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  • wolfali
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    Succession is 100% winning series, but I’ve moved The Crown to 2nd and Ozark to 3rd

    Yeah me too. There is no way that anything but Succession is winning series (I mean it won three key awards at the creative arts!) but the creative arts are making me think The Crown is second.

    FYC: Better Call Saul, The English and The Good Fight in all categories including Emily Blunt, Bob Odenkirk, Christine Baranski and Rhea Seehorn.


    OneAndOnly
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    I’ve changed mine from

    1. Succession
    2. Ozark
    3. The Crown
    4. The Mandalorian
    5. Killing Eve

    to…

    1. Succession
    2. The Mandalorian
    3. The Crown
    4. Ozark
    5. Killing Eve

     

    Have a great day if you see this!

    FYC: EEAAO, Severance, Bad Sisters, Avatar: The Way of Water


    Luca Giliberti
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    And Ozark competed at the guilds…? But whatever. Succession is winning anyway.


    Rachel
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    And Ozark competed at the guilds…? But whatever. Succession is winning anyway.

    I’m actually disappointed in the lack of Ozark love so far. I do love Succession, but Ozark season 3 was quite the achievement. I really hope they get something tonight. These wins have been underwhelming.


    methaddiction
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    The way the academy just doesn’t like Netflix.


    Luca Giliberti
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    Well, I am prepared for disappointment. Come at me.


    Rachel
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    I have wine ready. I won’t be able to make it through this show without alcohol lol


    Luca Giliberti
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    Oh, I think you’ll have quite the good night, Rachel. Me, on the other hand….


    wolfali
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    but Ozark season 3 was quite the achievement. I really hope they get something tonight. These wins have been underwhelming.

    Yeah I mean Linney should be winning in a landslide and the show (as it always is imo) is a directorial feat.

    The way the academy just doesn’t like Netflix.

    When Ozark and Succession miss next year and the academy decides to snub The Crown and award This is Us the Drama Series prize lol.

    FYC: Better Call Saul, The English and The Good Fight in all categories including Emily Blunt, Bob Odenkirk, Christine Baranski and Rhea Seehorn.


    AmnistY21
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    I have beer because I can’t be sober when Parsons wins.


    TV_Sideliner
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    I’m actually disappointed in the lack of Ozark love so far. I do love Succession, but Ozark season 3 was quite the achievement. I really hope they get something tonight. These wins have been underwhelming.

    Yeah, it’s been surprising and disappointing. Maybe their final season will get them some more love.


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    On the supporting actor race, I know it’s easy to forget, since The Mourning Show wasn’t up for much in the creative arts, but they do have strong support among actors, getting five nominations here and three at SAG, and most of them are going to Crudrup. The fact that Culkin is coming out as the Succession actor that might upset just reinforces that, cause both have similar functions, not much development as the other caracters, but they there delivering some comic relief (I saw some youtube videos lately just as a recap and Culkin does have a lot of great funny moments, especially if voters are considering both seasons, and the only reason I went past the mess that were those first TMS episodes was Crudrup).

    I just don’t see Whitford overcoming any of them, since The Handsmaid Tale is dead in the water. BLM could push someone over them, especially since it would be the first black winner of the category, but them there isn’t a clear choice between Esposito and Wright, both are estabilished veteran actors that deserve an Emmy only for past seasons, in Esposito’s case, not even for Better Caul Saul.

    It doesn’t matter how much thought I put into it, I aways default to Crudrup.

    On supporting actress, I think it’s a matter of how much love actors still have for the Crown, left from that SAG win and for Boham Carter vs. how much they aquired for Succession latelly and the latter seems way stronger. I don’t see Garner or Shaw being able to overcome none of those.


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    I feel like people are seriously underestimating Ozark’s chances of winning a couple of awards tonight. Just because it didn’t do so well at the Creative Arts doesn’t mean it’s going home empty-handed tonight! (it wasn’t predicted to win many of those anyways). Directing, S. Actress, L. Actress, and even L. Actor are all possibilities (I don’t know about taking all of those but it’s in a good spot to win some of those)

    Basically, I feel like people have this seriously defeatist attitude about Ozark all of a sudden but it can easily surprise. Have hope!


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    Thiago
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    It’s not just what happened this week. When Pelphrey and Mcteer were snubbed, people clung to the creative arts nominations to support Ozark’s strenght, so now there is nothing. I am still on Linney’s train, but now wouldn’t be surprised if she loses, Bateman doesn’t seem positioned to be the beneficiary of a Succession votesplit, nor Garner seem to have strenght to overcome Snook.

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