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    I think either Succession or Bodyguard is winning writing….Game of Throne may or may not win writing but is not getting snubbed… I’m very sure that the opinion of Stephen King or Rian Johnson has more weight in the industry than what some loud anonymous internet horde think of GoT finale and by the way Thrones is not the first big show with a divisive finale that has been embraced by the Academy.

    Honey, there’s a difference between divisive and actually horrendous.

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    kellis
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    I’m predicting Sapochnik to win Directing and Succession to win Writing. We all know they picked the wrong episode to submit for writing (the second episode would’ve been better), but GoT is still getting in. You’re in denial if you think it’s not. I could see Ava winning for directing as a consolation prize for losing series.

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    The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel – All Alone

    You have TMMM winning writing and directing +  managing to get 2 episodes in for both categories, yet you don’t have it winning comedy series? Maybe you haven’t updated your predictions or your ranking is based on likeliness to get nominated and not to win but it seems odd.

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    sofan
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    If Chernobyl wins limited series, they will want to award WTSU in something. Ava seems like the perfect choice.

    They don’t have that mentality.

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    sofan
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    You have TMMM winning writing and directing + managing to get 2 episodes in for both categories, yet you don’t have it winning comedy series? Maybe you haven’t updated your predictions or your ranking is based on likeliness to get nominated and not to win but it seems odd.

    I don’t really make my nomination predictions based on who could win since some of the ones I’m predicting could miss out on being nominated. But if I had to I would predict Veep winning Series and Lead Actress and nothing else, so it would still look like these I guess.

     

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    Pulp
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    Chernobyl is a lock for directing no matter what else happens, Duvernay has a much better chance in writing.

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    I am rooting for Schitt’s Creek’s directing submission of the season finale of “Life Is A Cabaret”

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    People who are predicting a GoT snub in writing when nominations are announced

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    sofan
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    People who are predicting a GoT snub in writing when nominations are announced

    I wouldn’t be shocked if the show gets nominated but I wanna keep believing in writers until the noms are announced.

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    Okay, so GoT only submitting the finale for their Emmy Writing submission is a disgrace. They are definitely losing writing. Why they didn’t submit episode 2 or 3 is beyond me. Just that one submission. Poor Bryan Cogman.

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    Lost and The Good Wife were nominated in Writing for their divisive series finale. But they did not win.

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    Rachel
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    Also surprised Barry only submitted one writing submission when last year they were nominated for 2 episodes. They must really be putting all of their eggs in the ronny/lily episode basket.

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    Rachel
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    Lost and The Good Wife were nominated in Writing for their divisive series finale. But they did not win.

    The fact that D&D didn’t even submit THEIR best episode of the season just proves how out of touch they are with audience perception.

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    Okay, so GoT only submitting the finale for their Emmy Writing submission is a disgrace. They are definitely losing writing. Why they didn’t submit episode 2 or 3 is beyond me. Just that one submission. Poor Bryan Cogman.

    Some bored dude on Twitter measured the words-per-minute ratio of each episode in GoT and the Long Night had the lowest ratio, like by far. It’s hardly surprising, but I think theoretically it would have been harder for them to win for this one than on the finale.
    Also, Academy loves acknowledging series finales. And in my personal point of view, its a very good script and a great submission.

    I’m not saying they are winning (they are probably not actually) but I’d say it’s the best option they could have sent, considering the entire backlash of the season is targeted specifically on them and no other option would have fared better. At least this has the series-finale-facotr

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    Rachel
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    Some bored dude on Twitter measured the words-per-minute ratio of each episode in GoT and the Long Night had the lowest ratio, like by far. It’s hardly surprising, but I think theoretically it would have been harder for them to win for this one than on the finale. Also, Academy loves acknowledging series finales. And in my personal point of view, its a very good script and a great submission. I’m not saying they are winning (they are probably not actually) but I’d say it’s the best option they could have sent, considering the entire backlash of the season is targeted specifically on them and no other option would have fared better. At least this has the series-finale-facotr

    I get it. This point makes a lot of sense. The Emmys do tend to lean towards finales. It seems like a lot of articles are also complaining about this entry though. If they were to win, A Knight of the Seven Kingdoms was their best bet for the show as a whole. And a bit off topic, I also don’t understand why Fabian Wagner submitted The Long Night over The Bells for Cinematography. I guess he and Miguel Sapochnik are aiming for a one-two punch? IDK anymore…

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