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  • Chris Beachum
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    Continue the drama discussion in Part 3.

    Tyler
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    I don’t think GOT has writing on lock. To me, that is a four-way race between GOT,KE,BCS, and Succession. BCS and KE have always had great writer support, and Succession was the only new series to show up in WGA drama. Looking to last year, the Americans got last minute buzz, but it’s not like it had the popularity or stature of GOT, Stranger Things, THT, etc. yet it pulled out the win. Point is, I don’t think the writers branch is lazy, I can see this going a few ways.

    On the other hand, I think Clarke is winning. I may end up eating my words here but I don’t see how Oh or Comer could possibly win. Last year the performance vs. the name vote split was a pattern that was usually pretty merciless (see Versace in supporting races, Atlanta directing, TIU in lead actor, THT in s. actress). With those two out of the way, Clarke is obviously the most popular, and her performance was pretty damn showy. I would cry tears of joy if the more deserving and actually overdue Wright were the actual beneficiary of the KE vote split, but as of now my money’s on Clarke pretty easily.

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    • Game of Thrones
    • Emilia Clarke
    • Billy Porter
    • Maisie Williams
    • Peter Dinklage
    • Adam McKay
    • Jed Mercurio
    • Jessica Lange
    • Michael McKean

    Subject to change obviously.

    Lance
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    I think Bateman would win over Porter. Bateman has been a favorite of the TV ACADEMY (he is also been nominated for Outstanding Directing twice now), and now that Matthew Rhys is out of the race, he is the awards favorite.

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    No one asked for this but because I’m bored and procrastinating on studying, I’m going throw out who I hope wins (not that it hasn’t been established a hundred times on here already).




    Lead Actress Emilia Clarke, Game of Thrones, Jodie Comer, Killing Eve, Robin Wright, House of Cards

    Lead Actor Honestly couldn’t care


    Supporting Actress Lena Headey, Game of Thrones


    Supporting Actor Alfie Allen, Game of Thrones


    Guest Actress Carice van Houten, Game of Thrones

    Guest Actor Same as lead actor

    montana82
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    There was no vote split last year in Supporting Actor, Guest Drama Actor and Actress, and numerous other categories in this new system (IE. Dinkalage over Nikolai, Sterling over Milo, Dowd over Samira, Samira over Jones and Jenrette, Ron Cephas Jones over Gerald Mcraney and when McRaney beat his costars.

    You could easily say the anti Sandra Oh vote could vote split between Comer, Clarke, Wright, and Linney.

    People are just talking out of their ass at this point in regards to Lead Actress.

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    "Here's a wonderfully b*tchy post from Montana82...." - Tom O'Neill Emmy Prediction Slugfest August 1st, 2019

    Lance
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    I agree, Oh has this in the bag, but Clarke could be a dark horse.

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    Unpopular Prediction: Jodie Comer will win

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    Lange won the SAG award for Drama Actress, which combines both Leading and Supporting players, not the SAG for Actress in a Limited Series.

    So she literally won against any, ANY female performance that year. I, myself, hadn’t realized that until now actually. Wow that was quite something. Her performance was literally the definition of iconic. So yes, I think she’s winning Guest Actress in a landslide.

    Eh, Constance Langdon was Lange’s most iconic role in the show for sure. But that SAG win was more like a “Welcome to TV” win in line to Viola Davis’ two wins there. If winning one(or two) makes the character unbeatable in future races how did Annalise Keating lose last year in this category for Scandal? It’s not like AHS has much more support than HGAWM at this point.

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    Jus
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    Unpopular Prediction: Jodie Comer will win

    I wish, lol!
    Saddly, I don’t think it’ll happen, but no other win would make me more happy.

    Pulp
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    Unpopular Prediction: Jodie Comer will win

    Right now I’m predicting her. I’m pretty sure she’s ahead of Oh at least.

    Greg
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    I just finish Killing Eve and this show is amazing! I should have watch it before! That being said, I don’t see the appeal with Sandra Oh’s performance… she’s good but not outstanding. Jodie Comer is SO much better. I understand now why she won the BAFTA. I’m rooting for her or Emilia Clarke.

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    I would cry tears of joy if the more deserving and actually overdue Wright were the actual beneficiary of the KE vote split

    You and me both, Tyler. You and me both.

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    Kay
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    So this was my first time predicting Emmy nominations and I stopped updating in early June lol. Anyways… 69.8% accuracy, rank 553/3957. I don’t know what to make of this but I’ll take it lmao.

    Anyways, I hope This Is Us wins a big one in the main telecast. Go Milo!

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