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    jjjmoss
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    won GG, CC, Satellite

    so nothing relevant.

    however, she can definitely benefit from white supremacy so.

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    so nothing relevant. however, she can definitely benefit from white supremacy so.

    Or Jung Ho-yeon is no where near Sarah Snook in terms of performance?

    "The Lost Daughter" in every eligible category - Film
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    so nothing relevant.

    however, she can definitely benefit from white supremacy so.

    CC has picked more winners than SAG the past two years. That said, I can’t remember much about Snook’s performance other than the scene with Tom where she told him she didn’t love him and the final episode. Which she kind of gets overshadowed by the rest of the cast until the final scene. Which was brilliant but I’m not sure Snook has a merit argument over the two other frontrunners in the category.

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    Pilot TV Podcast had an interesting (listener?) question last week that I thought I’d pose here which was “Which drama that has debuted (or will debut) in the 2020s can you actually see running for 5 seasons, given turnaround times on production and what is proving popular?”

    I believe their general answer was Reacher (which I think is a pragmatic answer) and their “peak TV” choice was Severance.

    Thoughts? I suspect a bunch of shows have a cost: viewership ratio that isn’t feasible to run that long.

    (I do think Bridgerton will probably run at least five, if not the entire book run).

    I doubt most of The Disney shows go more than 3, and I won’t be shocked if Squid Game ends up 2 and done.

    Dan Erickson said in his reddit AMA that Severance is worked out where it could go either 2 or 6 seasons (paraphrasing of course)

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    If Netflix were smart, they’d move Winona Ryder back to supporting. She’s obviously not making it in Lead; and even though her Supporting snub for season 1 is one of the biggest head-scratchers of the past decade, her character belongs there, and the fairly open nature of the category would give her a huge leg up. I’m not saying she would definitely happen, but Mandy Moore / Madeline Brewer type “years too late” nominations do happen, yet Netflix is setting her up for failure.

    FYC: Pamela Adlon (Better Things) Rose Byrne (Physical) Danielle Deadwyler (Station Eleven) Elle Fanning (The Great) Luke Kirby (The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel) Hamish Linklater (Midnight Mass) Margaret Qualley (Maid) Renee Rapp (The Sex Lives of College Girls) Sophie Thatcher (Yellowjackets) Heléne Yorke (The Other Two)

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    Not some of you still trying it with Snook. It’s going to be a Hoyeon or Garner unless Severance is really embraced and Arquette takes it because they love her.

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    CC has picked more winners than SAG the past two years. That said, I can’t remember much about Snook’s performance other than the scene with Tom where she told him she didn’t love him and the final episode. Which she kind of gets overshadowed by the rest of the cast until the final scene. Which was brilliant but I’m not sure Snook has a merit argument over the two other frontrunners in the category.

    If we are talking about merit then Garner should repeat easily. She’s a big presence in Ozark S4 while Sarah, who was great in S3, was stronger during S2, about Jung, IMO she’s one of the most overrated performances of this Emmy period and while she’s good, she’s not better than Garner nor Snook, she’s not even the best supporting actress in her own show.

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    Not some of you still trying it with Snook. It’s going to be a Hoyeon or Garner unless Severance is really embraced and Arquette takes it because they love her.

    Arquette would be a really meh winner, the other 3 are superior

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    I actually think Rhea Seehorn has a very good chance of getting in this year. There’s only 3 Supporting actresses I think are locks at this point (Julia Garner, Ho-yeon Jung, and Sarah Snook), and the category seems very open.

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    FYI with Stranger Things their FYC is still saying Episode 7 for Writing and Directing (post cutoff) which means they’re splitting 7:2 and likely forgoing 2023 eligibility entirely in drama (they can run those two as TV Movie/for BTLs I believe, but the actors can’t compete in the drama category and the series can’t be eligible for Drama Series.

    Interesting choice if that’s the case.

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    well longform has been empty this season. maybe that dubious strategy can finally get the show a major win since it is so high profile.

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    Waiting for Glenn Close’s entry 😜

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    Continuing my monthly tradition of checking and posting here which are the ten most voted candidates in each category by users in the predictions center:

    Drama Series

    1. Succession – 2360
    2. Squid Game – 2297
    3. Ozark – 2274
    4. Better Call Saul – 2100
    5. Yellowjackets – 1812
    6. Yellowstone – 1771
    7. Euphoria – 1660
    8. Severance – 1209
    9. Stranger Things – 607
    10. Killing Eve – 600

    Drama Actress

    1. Zendaya (Euphoria) – 2326
    2. Laura Linney (Ozark) – 2261
    3. Jennifer Aniston (The Morning Show) – 2030
    4. Melanie Lynskey (Yellowjackets) – 2029
    5. Jodie Comer (Killing Eve) – 1886
    6. Sandra Oh (Killing Eve) – 1457
    7. Mandy Moore (This is Us) – 408
    8. Carrie Coon (The Gilded Age) –236
    9. Reese Witherspoon (The Morning Show) – 183
    10. Christine Baranski (The Good Fight) – 155

    Drama Actor

    1. Brian Cox (Succession) – 2256
    2. Jeremy Strong (Succession) – 2241
    3. Lee Jung-jae (Squid Game) – 2199
    4. Jason Bateman (Ozark) – 2171
    5. Bob Odenkirk (Better Call Saul) – 1939
    6. Kevin Costner (Yellowstone) – 1031
    7. Sterling K. Brown (This is Us) – 825
    8. Adam Scott (Severance) – 556
    9. John C. Reilly (Winning Time: Rise of the Lakers Dynasty) – 127
    10. Lee Min-Ho (Pachinko) – 104

    Drama Supporting Actress

    1. Sarah Snook (Succession) – 2270
    2. Julia Garner (Ozark) – 2234
    3. Jung Ho-yeon (Squid Game) – 2185
    4. J. Smith-Cameron (Succession) – 1953
    5. Rhea Seehorn (Better Call Saul) – 1593
    6. Christina Ricci (Yellowjackets) – 1512
    7. Sydney Sweeney (Euphoria) – 1361
    8. Julianna Margulies (The Morning Show) – 1147
    9. Fiona Shaw (Killing Eve) – 1083
    10. Yuh-Jung Youn (Pachinko) – 793

    Drama Supporting Actor

    1. Kieran Culkin (Succession) – 2210
    2. Matthew Macfadyen (Succession) – 2178
    3. Billy Crudup (The Morning Show) – 2070
    4. Oh Young-soo (Squid Game) – 2044
    5. Nicholas Braun (Succession) – 1934
    6. Giancarlo Esposito (Better Call Saul) – 1924
    7. Jonathan Banks (Better Call Saul) – 1561
    8. Alan Ruck (Succession) – 831
    9. John Turturro (Severance) – 693
    10. Eric Dane (Euphoria) – 612

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    If we are talking about merit then Garner should repeat easily. She’s a big presence in Ozark S4 while Sarah, who was great in S3, was stronger during S2, about Jung, IMO she’s one of the most overrated performances of this Emmy period and while she’s good, she’s not better than Garner nor Snook, she’s not even the best supporting actress in her own show.

    Garner is my pick. Hoyeon is my #2. Honestly, I’d possibly put Arquette ahead of Snook. They’re all great, though.

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    I actually think Rhea Seehorn has a very good chance of getting in this year. There’s only 3 Supporting actresses I think are locks at this point (Julia Garner, Ho-yeon Jung, and Sarah Snook), and the category seems very open.

    Agreed. She’s been extremely overdue too.

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