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    Bake Off Christmas special with the It’s a Sin cast GBBO-Sin

    omg can’t wait but I’ll miss Keeley 😢

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    I think we have our Must See Moment winner now – Rose Ayling-Ellis and Giovanni Pernice on Strictly Come Dancing, performing their Couple’s Choice routine: https://youtu.be/QejOzrlovTQ

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    The ‘I Talk Telly’ nominations for 2021 have been unveiled.

    https://www.italktelly.com/awards2021

    It’s a Sin leads with six nods while Jodie Comer (Help), Niamh Algar (Deceit), Sean Bean (Time), and Kate Winslet (Mare of Easttown) are amongst the contenders for Best Dramatic Performance.

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    Drama Nominees

    Lupin
    Maid
    Mare Of Easttown
    The Morning Show
    Pose
    Squid Game
    Succession
    Your Honor

    What are The Morning Show and Your Honor doing here? Couldn’t they have given those slot to The White Lotus or The Underground Railroad?

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    The ‘I Talk Telly’ nominations for 2021 have been unveiled.

    https://www.italktelly.com/awards2021

    It’s a Sin leads with six nods while Jodie Comer (Help), Niamh Algar (Deceit), Sean Bean (Time), and Kate Winslet (Mare of Easttown) are amongst the contenders for Best Dramatic Performance.

    Worth flagging that while winners are decided by many, the nominees are decided by one person. Difficult to fully get a grasp of the industry or public from these awards.

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    Drama Nominees

    Lupin
    Maid
    Mare Of Easttown
    The Morning Show
    Pose
    Squid Game
    Succession
    Your Honor

    What are The Morning Show and Your Honor doing here? Couldn’t they have given those slot to The White Lotus or The Underground Railroad?

    ‘They’ is one person. Don’t read anything into this.

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    I think we have our Must See Moment winner now – Rose Ayling-Ellis and Giovanni Pernice on Strictly Come Dancing, performing their Couple’s Choice routine: https://youtu.be/QejOzrlovTQ

    Possible although I think the problem Strictly faces in this category every year is that it’s a very seasonal show? The audience hype behind performances tends to die down once the season wraps its run which really hinders its chances of winning Must See Moment.

    Speaking of the category does anyone have any idea of what could get nominated? Other than Line of Duty there doesn’t really seem to be a scripted programme with a talked about moment this year.

    FYC:

    "The Good Fight" and "The Other Two" in all categories.

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    Possible although I think the problem Strictly faces in this category every year is that it’s a very seasonal show? The audience hype behind performances tends to die down once the season wraps its run which really hinders its chances of winning Must See Moment.

    Speaking of the category does anyone have any idea of what could get nominated? Other than Line of Duty there doesn’t really seem to be a scripted programme with a talked about moment this year.

    It does but that moment last night felt different and could well be enough to propel it beyond the seasonality.

    Scripted programme wise, It’s A Sin (beach moment maybe) and Mare of Easttown (house shoot out) seem most likely to join LoD (H is unmasked).

    Unclear of any Soap moment that might break through which there normally is.

    Strictly has the entertainment/talent show slot wrapped up.

    There needs to be a documentary/factual entertainment moment which I’m unsure of.

    Maybe An Audience with Adele gives us that?

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    Scripted programme wise, It’s A Sin (beach moment maybe) and Mare of Easttown (house shoot out) seem most likely to join LoD (H is unmasked).

    Mare of Easttown makes a lot of sense.

    The It’s a Sin beach moment is very tempting to predict because it was so widely talked about but aside from the Coronation Street mention for Gail’s monologue a few years back have we really ever had a more “low-key” dramatic moment nominated? Then again we haven’t had as many drama series like It’s a Sin so who knows.

    FYC:

    "The Good Fight" and "The Other Two" in all categories.

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    Not sure if there’s any overlap at all, but the National Comedy Awards just announced their 2021 nominees (x)

    Best Scripted Comedy

    • Sex Education (Netflix)
    • Ghosts (BBC One)
    • This Way Up (Channel 4)
    • Motherland (BBC Two)

    Outstanding Comedy Actress

    • Aisling Bea (This Way Up)
    • Charlotte Ritchie (Ghosts)
    • Anjana Vasan (We Are Lady Parts)
    • Emma Mackey (Sex Education)

    Outstanding Comedy Actor

    • Greg Davies (The Cleaner)
    • Asa Butterfield (Sex Education)
    • Lee Mack (Not Going Out)
    • Matthew Baynton (Ghosts)

    Outstanding Comedy Supporting Role

    • Ncuti Gatwa (Sex Education)
    • Diane Morgan (Motherland)
    • Aimee Lou Wood (Sex Education)
    • Lolly Adefope (Ghosts)

    Best Comedy Entertainment Show

    • Taskmaster (Channel 4)
    • Rob And Romesh Vs (Sky Max)
    • 8 Out Of 10 Cats Does Countdown (Channel 4)
    • Would I Lie To You? (BBC One)

    Outstanding Female Comedy Entertainment Performance

    • Daisy May Cooper (Taskmaster)
    • Rosie Jones (Trip Hazard)
    • Katherine Ryan (8 Out Of 10 Cats Does Countdown)
    • Sandi Toksvig (QI)

    Outstanding Male Comedy Entertainment Performance

    • Mo Gilligan (The Lateish Show)
    • Sean Lock (8 Out Of 10 Cats Does Countdown)
    • Mike Wozniak (Taskmaster)
    • James Acaster (Hypothetical)

    Best Comedy Podcast

    • Off Menu with James Acaster and Ed Gamble
    • My Therapist Ghosted Me
    • Shagged Married Annoyed
    • Rob Beckett & Josh Widdecombe’s Parenting Hell

    Best Stand-Up Show

    • Sarah Millican
    • Ricky Gervais
    • Katherine Ryan
    • Mo Gilligan
    • Jason Manford

    Comedy Breakthrough Performer

    • Judi Love
    • Joanne McNally
    • Munya Chawawa
    • Rosie Jones
    • Rose Matafeo

    Oscars FYC:

    "Lamb" – International Feature and all categories

    "Summer of Soul" – Picture, Film Editing and Documentary Feature

    “The Green Knight” – in all categories

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    The ‘I Talk Telly’ nominations for 2021 have been unveiled.

    https://www.italktelly.com/awards2021

    It’s a Sin leads with six nods while Jodie Comer (Help), Niamh Algar (Deceit), Sean Bean (Time), and Kate Winslet (Mare of Easttown) are amongst the contenders for Best Dramatic Performance.

    I was voting for these and lmao there are a gazillion categories. Like many voters,I also namechecked a few categories I had no clue about (Wolfali’s ranking posts here helped to an extent).

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    Not sure if there’s any overlap at all, but the National Comedy Awards just announced their 2021 nominees (x)

    The nominations and winners are voted on by the public so not so much of an overlap but of course they do tell us which shows have some heat which could help give us a guide of which ones can make it past the membership and through to the jury round of voting.

    Some of these choices are predictable from an audience vote (Sex EducationGhostsMotherlandThe Cleaner and Not Going Out all are quite popular) but I’m kind of shocked by some of the inclusions. Diane Morgan but no Anna Maxwell-Martin (who kept going viral during the pandemic because of her Motherland performance)? Or Lucy Punch? Likewise do This Way Up and We Are Lady Parts have a strong viewer base? I always assumed they were both under the radar shows that only the industry was aware of so perhaps it goes to show they have quite a bit of passion behind them.

    Surprised Starstruck didn’t do well here considering how it’s more widely seen than some of the shows nominated and has a simpler premise.

    FYC:

    "The Good Fight" and "The Other Two" in all categories.

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    It does but that moment last night felt different and could well be enough to propel it beyond the seasonality.

    Scripted programme wise, It’s A Sin (beach moment maybe) and Mare of Easttown (house shoot out) seem most likely to join LoD (H is unmasked).

    Since Mandalorian was nominated last year, I imagine WandaVision will probably be eligible for Moment as well (It Was Agatha All Along).

    Unclear of any Soap moment that might break through which there normally is.

    The following were nominated for “Best Show-Stopper” award at the Inside Soap Awards last month, I imagine the soap pick will be one of the following:

    • “Nina & Seb’s hate-crime horror” (Coronation Street)
    • “The 60th anniversary: Save our street!” (Coronation Street)
    • “Gray kills Kush” (EastEnders)
    • “Mick faces his abuser” (EastEnders)
    • “Jimmy’s barn crash/Paul dies” (Emmerdale)
    • “Meena murders Leanna” (Emmerdale)
    • “Flash-forward conclusion/Ella stabs Jordan” (Hollyoaks)
    • “Sid’s ‘death’ and return” (Hollyoaks)

    I can also see Martine’s closing monologue from Hollyoaks’ unconscious bias episode being nominated as well.

    Oscars FYC:

    "Lamb" – International Feature and all categories

    "Summer of Soul" – Picture, Film Editing and Documentary Feature

    “The Green Knight” – in all categories

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    Help is the 15th highest rated film of 2021 on Letterboxd.

    FYC:

    "The Good Fight" and "The Other Two" in all categories.

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    Probably won’t have any bearing on next year but James McAvoy won Best Actor (TV) at tonight’s BAFTA (Scotland) awards.

    https://twitter.com/BAFTAScotland/status/1462125830532968454

    Surprise loss in Best Actress (TV) for Kelly Macdonald (Line of Duty) who was beaten by Abigail Lawrie (Tin Star: Liverpool).

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