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September 20, 2019 at 5:19 pm #1203089855
I will punch someone if Tony Hale wins a 3rd Emmy for that performance.September 20, 2019 at 5:30 pm #1203089873
Why are so many people starting to predict Alan Arkin over Tony Shalhoub? Are these just last-minute jitters or does it have some validity? I have him in almost last place.September 20, 2019 at 5:32 pm #1203089878
Sarah Goldberg is just a coattail nomination to me and Anna Chlumsky never won even when Veep was stronger.
I’m surprised so many of you are saying this. She is AMAZING in that show. Every episode she is great in. And I’ve seen many of the GD editors saying that she would win under the tape system.Marcus Snowden (The Artist Formerly Known as msnowden1)ParticipantSeptember 20, 2019 at 5:43 pm #1203089890
I’m surprised so many of you are saying this. She is AMAZING in that show. Every episode she is great in. And I’ve seen many of the GD editors saying that she would win under the tape system.
Goldberg would’ve won easily with that monologue if this was 2013 instead of 2019. Under this system, she sadly doesn’t have much of a chance to take home the Emmy.September 20, 2019 at 7:36 pm #1203089998
Consumer awareness for big Emmy-nominated shows remains low, as a majority of those shows come from streaming and cable platforms, according to media advertising sales rep the Katz Media Group.
Seven of the 15 nominated shows for outstanding drama and comedy have “never heard of” scores between 57% and 84%.
The worst performers are Amazon’s Prime Video’s “Fleabag” (84%), FX’s “Pose” (80%); HBO’s “Succession” (80%) and Netflix shows “Russian Doll” (74%) and “Bodyguard” (66%). Even last year’s big Emmy winner – Amazon Prime’s “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” – had a 43% score in the “never heard of” category.
Only two of the 15 shows nominated come from a broadcast network — both on NBC: “This is Us” and comedy “The Good Place.” Broadcast remains the best place where viewers have either watched an Emmy-nominated show or have high awareness – with a 72% awareness number, and 33% who have viewed those shows.
Five Emmy-nominated shows come from streaming services (two from Amazon and three from Netflix). Streaming platforms earned a 37% score in awareness and 8% in viewership. Five ad-supported cable shows are Emmy-nominated, and three are from HBO. All cable-nominated shows have a 51% awareness score, and 11% viewership.
The best show in terms of awareness is HBO’s “Game of Thrones” – 71% have “heard of, never watched”.
The highest “watched” show is NBC’s “This is Us”, at 41%, followed by “Game of Thrones, at 28%; “The Good Place”, 24%; Netflix’s “Ozark” and AMC’s “Better Call Saul,” each with 17%; Pop’s “Schitt’s Creek”, 16%; and Amazon’s “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” at 13%, and HBO’s “Veep”, at 9%.
In terms of shows that were Emmy-nominated, when respondents were asked about their top-ten best shows of 2019, five were from broadcast networks — NBC’s “This is Us”; CBS&’ “Big Bang Theory”; CBS’ “NCIS” ABC’s “A Million Little Things”; and CBS’s Blue Bloods.”
Three were from ad-supported cable networks: AMC’s “Walking Dead,” TNT’s “Animal Kingdom,” and Paramount Network’s “Yellowstone.” One shows was from HBO — “Game of Thrones” — and one from Netflix — “Stranger Things.”
Katz Media Group data comes from a OurMedia.com panel of 550 adults ages 18 years and older, conducted in August 2019. Katz adds that 77% of respondents have watched a streaming service — Netflix, Amazon Prime Video or Hulu — in the past month.September 20, 2019 at 8:11 pm #1203090016
If anything, Emmys awarding and nominating these shows from cable and streaming gives a spotlight for shows that doesn’t have large appeal and could easily be overlooked. And in the era of internet is much easier to find watch these shows now after hearing about them in a ceremony (that what made me watch Mrs. Maisel and thank God I did while I had already heard and appreciated The Good Place coming from their big popularity)
Just like Oscars (and more specially Gotham and Indie Spirit) can broad some audience to pictures without large or more of a niche distribution.
So, pieces with big audiences already have that as a compensation and recognition, I believe I follow these award seasons mostly cause it offers me more work it would totally be overlooked anywhere else. Otherwise it feel redundant to see Avengers winning every award when they already have box office records and shit. Okay, GOT is an exception in this but still had a lot of work put on it than any broadcast show right now so it results in such massive fanbase and love from the industry.
FYC: Best Actor - Jonathan Pryce for The Two PopesSeptember 20, 2019 at 10:40 pm #1203090078
Why are so many people starting to predict Alan Arkin over Tony Shalhoub? Are these just last-minute jitters or does it have some validity? I have him in almost last place.
Arkin has no chance. He’s a simple name check. There’s no passion for Kominsky Method. People love Tony Shalhoub on Maisel. He’s winning.September 20, 2019 at 11:42 pm #1203090097
When people say Sarah Goldberg doesn’t deserve the Emmy and that her only good episode was episode 7…September 21, 2019 at 1:58 am #1203090190
I am most confused about supporting actress of any category, so I am kind of glad it will probably be the first one presented.
I think I have had Gilpin, Goldberg, Colman, and Borstein as my pick at different stages. Any one of those four can win.
I am sticking with Colman now because I have feeling the academy may be voting for both the seasons together, in which case Colman’s performance in season 1 (and even season 2) will definitely get votes. Plus she is the bigger name, and just won the Oscar so there will be afterglow.
I guess I am just not sure who benefits between Gilpin and Goldberg if vote splitting happens, so I’ll just stick to Colman.September 21, 2019 at 2:22 am #1203090198This post was found to be inappropriate by the moderators and has been removed.September 21, 2019 at 2:29 am #1203090208
Honestly, I feel if Barry had half as much of a following as Fleabag, Sarah Goldberg would be the frontrunner. I love Sian Clifford in Fleabag but Sarah Goldberg was the best out of the bunch.September 21, 2019 at 3:46 am #1203090247
Honestly, I feel if Barry had half as much of a following as Fleabag, Sarah Goldberg would be the frontrunner. I love Sian Clifford in Fleabag but Sarah Goldberg was the best out of the bunch.
I think she was a great dramatic supporting actress. Her comedic moments in season 2 were infrequent.September 21, 2019 at 3:54 am #1203090249This post was found to be inappropriate by the moderators and has been removed.
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