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    Not sure if this is a record, but this is the third time Jean Smart and Holland Taylor have faced off at the Emmys, in three different categories for three different roles. -In 2000 for Comedy Guest Actress, Smart won for Frasier and Taylor was nominated for The Lot -In 2008 for Comedy Supporting Actress, Smart won for Samantha Who? and Taylor was nominated for Two and a Half Men -Now for Limited Series Supporting Actress for Watchmen and Hollywood

    And Smart will win again… mess!

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    Ozark owes its three writing nominations to Jesse Armstrong being savvy enough to win a second Emmy hence not submitting season standouts “Hunting” & “Tern Haven”.

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    And judging by these nominations, “Succession” could have easily had the three-peat in writing with “Hunting,” “Tern Haven,” & “This Is Not for Fears” with three different writers. But I get Armstrong playing the game, so I can’t fault him for doing that … too much.

    STAT: Maya Rudolph is the first actress ever to be nominated twice in the same guest acting category: for “SNL” and “The Good Place.”

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    Not sure if this is a record, but this is the third time Jean Smart and Holland Taylor have faced off at the Emmys, in three different categories for three different roles.

    -In 2000 for Comedy Guest Actress, Smart won for Frasier and Taylor was nominated for The Lot

    -In 2008 for Comedy Supporting Actress, Smart won for Samantha Who? and Taylor was nominated for Two and a Half Men

    -Now for Limited Series Supporting Actress for Watchmen and Hollywood

    Could Smart beat Taylor again?

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    Maya Rudolph is the first actress ever to be nominated twice in the same guest acting category: for “SNL” and “The Good Place.”

    Yes, had the article right after it happened:

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    Few curious information:

    – If Steve Carell wins, he’ll be the 10th consecutive recipient that follows previous winners pattern in lead actor in a drama;
    – Don Cheadle, Steve Carell and Sandra Oh have, respectively, 10, 11 and 12 nominations to date without ever winning (every Don Cheadle nomination was for acting; Carell had nominations for producing The Office; and Oh had nominations for producing Killing Eve and hosting the Golden Globes);
    – Andre Braugher is the first returning comedy nominee since John Mahoney (“Frasier”) to be shortlisted after being snubbed for three consecutive eligible years;
    – “Modern Family” ties “Frasier” as the comedy with most consecutive nominations for sound mixing (11). If “Modern Family” wins, it’ll tie “Frasier” with most wins in this category (4);
    – It’s the first time since 2001 that drama directing has at least two shows double nominated;
    – It’s the first time since 2013 that women dominate a directing category for a comedy, drama or limited series/movie: four of the six nominated directors in limited series or movie are women.

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    Not a record per say but this is the first year that a Limited Series (Watchmen – 26) has lead the nominations tally since 2013 (American Horror Story: Asylum – 17)

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    I was so ready to predict Lesli Linka Glatter, then Homeland got no other nominations and Jason Bateman was snubbed.

    Not seeing the connection. Did people expect Bateman to be nominated for directing The Outsider…?

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    Yes! Bateman could have submitted his “Ozark” work, but instead chose “The Outsider” as his entry. As the current winner, the thinking was that he would be name-checked regardless of submission. Instead, he’s snubbed for “The Outsider,” the two entries from “Ozark” both make directing, and he makes it into guest actor for “The Outsider.” He probably would have had three nominations had he submitted directing for “Ozark” (likely the season premiere).

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    Despite not continuing past the first two episodes of The Outsider, I thought Bateman’s directing was actually even better than what he won for last year. I need to watch TMS and Homeland to work out whether I’m disappointed in his snub

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    You’ll be disappointed.

    FYC OSCARS : VANESSA KIRBY FOR "PIECES OF A WOMAN", AMANDA SEYFRIED FOR "MANK", CHADWICK BOSEMAN FOR "MA RAINEY'S BLACK BOTTOM", PROMISING YOUNG WOMAN (BEST ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY).

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    Despite not continuing past the first two episodes of The Outsider, I thought Bateman’s directing was actually even better than what he won for last year. I need to watch TMS and Homeland to work out whether I’m disappointed in his snub

    Homeland deserved its nom, but I am disappointed Bateman missed. His direction was excellent.

    Oscar FYC -- Give Viola Davis her second Oscar!

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    Especially to The Morning Show (even though The Interview was probably the best ep in the show it didn’t deserve it’s nod).

    FYC OSCARS : VANESSA KIRBY FOR "PIECES OF A WOMAN", AMANDA SEYFRIED FOR "MANK", CHADWICK BOSEMAN FOR "MA RAINEY'S BLACK BOTTOM", PROMISING YOUNG WOMAN (BEST ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY).

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