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    Victor
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    Does Sandra Oh have a chance at a win here for Invincible? Amazon is really campaigning this show.

    FYC Emmys: Get MJ Rodriguez that deserved WIN! And some votes for Elizabeth Olsen, Tobias Menzies and Matthew Rhys will be highly tasteful as well

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    Not sure if these goes here

    Stunt Coordination in a Drama, Limited Series or Movie:

    1- The Mandalorian (Ryan Watson)
    2- The Falcon and the Winter Soldier (Hank Amos)
    3- The Blacklist (Cort L. Hessler III)
    4- The Boys (Tig Fong)
    5- Snowpiercer (Brett Chan)

    Stunt Coordination in a Comedy Series or Variety:

    1- Cobra Kai (Hiro Koda and Jahnel Curfman)
    2- Shameless (Eddie Perez)
    3- Saturday Night Live
    4- The Flight Attendant (Mark Fichera)
    5- Resident Alien

    You should change your predictions because the Academy changed the stunt categories. Now it will be divided into:

    OUTSTANDING STUNT COORDINATION
    OUTSTANDING STUNT PERFORMANCE

    The latter category it will only be possible to predict after the ballots are released June 17th for obvious reasons.

    It's about the chaotic editing in Moulin Rouge!

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    Does Sandra Oh have a chance at a win here for Invincible? Amazon is really campaigning this show.

    Not sure, these past few years unless they have in invidual buzz (Borstein, Rudolph) the category has just defaulted to Seth McFarlene. That partially why I’m hopedicting predicting Cuoco to win for Harley Quinn.

    Oh (plus Yeun & Simmons) were all outstanding and should be win competitive.

    If S2 comes out in time for the 2022 ceremony, I think Oh would have the win in the bag, especially since she’ll also have The Chair & the finale season of Killing Eve as well (unless they go sentimental for Boseman or Walters).

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    Rosa Salazar should’ve easily won for Undone. Shameful.

    The Academy needs to put a jury in Voice Over and Guest Acting as well. It’s ridiculous.

     

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    Agreed.

    The already jury for Individual Achievements in Animation, it’s really not that hard to do the same process for the actual awards, especially since it’s rampant with namechecks and block voting, far more than any other category.

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    Any predictions for Outstanding Documentary or Nonfiction Special now that the submissions are out?

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    Outstanding Cinematography for a Single Camera (Half Hour)

    1- The Mandalorian (“Chapter 15 – The Believer”)
    2- Hacks (“Primm”)
    3- Master of None (“Chapter Two”)
    4- Ted Lasso (“Make Rebecca Great Again”)
    5- Servant (“2:00”)

    Outstanding Cinematography for a Single Camera (One Hour)

    1- The Crown (“Fairytale”)
    2- The Mandalorian (“Chapter 13 – The Jedi”)
    3- The Falcon and the Winter Soldier (“Truth”)
    4- Euphoria (“Trouble Don’t Last Always”)
    5- The Flight Attendant (“In Case of Emergency”)
    6- Raised by Wolves (“Raised by Wolves”)

    Those fuckers from HBO Max submitted two episodes from Raised by Wolves. One from Erik Messerschmidt, who won the Oscar for Mank, and another one from Dariusz Wolski, who is equally respected and was the DP for the pilot. It would be locked if they had submitted only the pilot, but now I’m expecting it to vote split

    Cinematography in a Limited Series:
    1- The Queen’s Gambit (“Endgame”)
    2- The Underground Railroad (“Chapter 9: Indiana Winter”)
    3- I May Destroy You (“Ego Death”)
    4- Mare of Easttown (“Illusions”)
    5- WandaVision (“Don’t Tuch That Dial”)

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    I’ve been thinking about how well Bo Burnham: Inside will do in nominations.

    Even without the near-perfect metascore, it’s kind of insane that Burnham won WGA and DGA awards for a film that received 0 Oscar nominations and almost no attention at televised award shows. And he was on the BAFTA longlist for supporting actor this year for PYW. I get the feeling he’s built up a surprising amount of respect in the industry.

    I need to double check its submissions but it could show up in pretty much every Variety category it’s eligible for, plus Music and Lyrics.

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    Character Voice Over:
    1- Kaley Cuoco – Harley Quinn (“Something Borrowed, Something Green”)
    2- Jessica Walter – Archer (“The Double Date”)
    3- Seth MacFarlane – Family Guy (“Stewie’s New World”)
    4- Kathryn Hahn – Central Park (“A Fish Called Snakehead)
    5- Hank Azaria – The Simpsons (“The Dad Feelings Limited”)
    6- Maya Rudolph – Big Mouth (“Very Special 9/11 Episode”)

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    1- Kaley Cuoco – Harley Quinn (“Something Borrowed, Something Green”)

    Kaley Cuoco still becoming an Emmy winner whilst Jean Smart wins at the same time for Hacks?

    FYC: All things The Crown, Hacks and I May Destroy You (and Hannah Waddingham and Julianne Nicholson whilst you're at it)!!

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    Character Voice Over: 1- Kaley Cuoco – Harley Quinn (“Something Borrowed, Something Green”) 2- Jessica Walter – Archer (“The Double Date”) 3- Seth MacFarlane – Family Guy (“Stewie’s New World”) 4- Kathryn Hahn – Central Park (“A Fish Called Snakehead) 5- Hank Azaria – The Simpsons (“The Dad Feelings Limited”) 6- Maya Rudolph – Big Mouth (“Very Special 9/11 Episode”)

    What was the last posthumous acting winner?

    Emmys FYC: Jean Smart.

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    What was the last posthumous acting winner?

    In general I think it was Raul Julia, in 1995.

    At this category I don’t know if there’s ever been one.

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    In general I think it was Raul Julia, in 1995. At this category I don’t know if there’s ever been one.

    I would hazard a guess Phil Hartman would have been eligible for the Simpsons if this category had existed back in the day.

    Honestly, I can see Walter taking this, particularly where Cuoco (who is terrific) is clearly getting nom’d elsewhere and the show is on the same network as her comedy. Given at the time of her death a great deal of people revered her as much as for Archer as other things that’s pretty impressive.

     

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    Stunt Coordination in a Drama, Limited Series or Movie: 1- The Mandalorian (Ryan Watson) 2- The Falcon and the Winter Soldier (Hank Amos) 3- The Blacklist (Cort L. Hessler III) 4- The Boys (Tig Fong) 5- Snowpiercer (Brett Chan)[/quote]. They don’t seem competitive above but their stuntwork is generally great and their production design is excellent.

    I agree with this list for the most part but the show I actually think is extremely competitive is Yellowstone who I think will always struggle above the line.

    They seem to be genuinely campaigning too and I can see them sneaking in here. The horse work is REALLY impressive and there is a much more palpable sense of risk coming across in that show than something like The Mandalorian/FAWS.

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    Pose is submitting the Series Finale to Contemporary Costumes, Makeup and Hairstyling, as opposed to other episodes which would be Period eligible.

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