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    Especially given Mandy Moore’s excellent performance this year

    more critics support, coming for that tca nom!

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    Creatives can self submit. Last year Jessica Hobbes who went on to win the directing Emmy submitted herself for The Crown after not being submitted by Netflix (she also did the same the year before). Likewise if I’m not mistaken two years ago Jessica Frances Dukes and two of Ozark‘s eventual writing nominees also submitted themselves.

    I’m very curious to see if Robin Wright and Lisa Emery submit themselves for Ozark as I can see overall visibility and the buzz both of them attracted for “Sanctified” was released advantage them in two fields that feel like they’re lacking in consensus when it comes to those last two to three slots.

    FYC:

    "The Good Fight", "The Other Two" and "Station Eleven" in all categories, Sarah Lancashire ("Julia"), William Jackson Harper ("Love Life") and Luke Kirby ("The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel")

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    Since 2010, highest rated scripted seasons, based on the overall network TV average that season:

    GoT 549% of the average network TV show

    Walking Dead 448% of the average network TV show

    Walking Dead 439

    Walking Dead 437

    GoT 394

    Walking Dead 359

    Roseanne 320

    Walking Dead 310

    Empire 303

    Empire 303

    Yellowstone 284

    Big Bang 269

    GoT 264

    Walking Dead 263

    Empire ended up getting only actress noms, but it had less guild support and was not centered around an old white man aka the typical voter.

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    @CuriousHedhehog, if I remember correctly from season 3, Winona Ryder’s lead submission is by her/her team, not Netflix. They’d rather have everyone Supporting.

    And yeah, I just finished Episode 4 and wow. Sadie Sink didn’t come to play and it’ll be disappointing if/when she doesn’t get nominated. Overall a great showcase episode and I’m sure it’s their big push outside of Ep 7. Great story, couple of nice monologues…even a nice little 1-minute single-take action sequence; definitely Shawn Levy’s submission, though their FYC page doesn’t say, yet.

    I’m even more convinced this would have been the time to experiment with a weekly release for this show (2 EPs/week).

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    Both All Too Well and Fear Street have made Sadie more famous than last season, but they could feel that one young woman per show is sufficient.

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    I have a Question:

    Will Better Call Saul be eligible for the 75th Emmy Awards due to the Season 6 split?

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    I have a Question: Will Better Call Saul be eligible for the 75th Emmy Awards due to the Season 6 split?

    Yes.

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    Now and Then (Apple +) and The Time Travel Wife (HBO) will be eligible?

    Need to check on Now and Then. Time Travelers Wife is ineligible due to release pattern

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    Netflix do commit to weekly releases for American shows they’ve acquired for international territories (i.e. Better Call Saul, The Good Place) which I don’t believe they do in turn for international series they’ve acquired for US release (Call My Agent, Derry Girls, Kim’s Convenience and Peaky Blinders all have or will drop their most recent seasons as box sets several months after they’ve concluded airing in their countries of origin).

    They probably aren’t going to try to experiment with a weekly release for some of their tentpoles any time soon considering the binge release is their USP and they’d be putting their brand at risk in an overstuffed streaming landscape with weekly releases quickly becoming the norm. However, not that awards are everything of course, it would be quite a clever strategic move for them to experiment with a weekly release with some of their more awards skewing shows as a means of campaigning.

    FYC:

    "The Good Fight", "The Other Two" and "Station Eleven" in all categories, Sarah Lancashire ("Julia"), William Jackson Harper ("Love Life") and Luke Kirby ("The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel")

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    @CuriousHedhehog, if I remember correctly from season 3, Winona Ryder’s lead submission is by her/her team, not Netflix. They’d rather have everyone Supporting. And yeah, I just finished Episode 4 and wow. Sadie Sink didn’t come to play and it’ll be disappointing if/when she doesn’t get nominated. Overall a great showcase episode and I’m sure it’s their big push outside of Ep 7. Great story, couple of nice monologues…even a nice little 1-minute single-take action sequence; definitely Shawn Levy’s submission, though their FYC page doesn’t say, yet. I’m even more convinced this would have been the time to experiment with a weekly release for this show (2 EPs/week).

    Interesting. Bar S1, there’s arguably no leads for Stranger Things, as there’s such a large ensemble. Considering Winona Ryder has fairly little screen time (nor does she do anything terribly memorable, sorry Winona), it’s an interesting decision.

    And yea, Sink’s episode by far is 4. Great monologue and character work and character development for Max.

    Also I agree, considering most of the episodes ended on a cliff hanger, they should’ve done a weekly release for this season and they made a mistake not.

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    Sadie Sink is a much better actress than Millie Bobby Brown, who resorts to her familiar, boring, and repetitive acting style that doesn’t seem to have evolved even as her character grows older.

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    I recently finished college and started working two months ago and I have to say I finally understand why Emma voters keep on voting for the same shows and have a difficult time catching up with new shows . I am already having a difficult time catching up with established shows that I actually like I.e Hacks , TFA, Stranger things – although I will definitely find time to watch them, as for limited series I have not managed to watch past episode 1 of any show. Ironically I have spent the little time I have rewatching The Sopranos, Mad Men and Breaking Bad. Emmy voters really do get overwhelmed with so many shows and very little time

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    Sadie Sink.

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    Sadie Sink is a much better actress than Millie Bobby Brown, who resorts to her familiar, boring, and repetitive acting style that doesn’t seem to have evolved even as her character grows older.

    I don’t have an opinion on who’s the better actor, but Enola Holmes convinced me of MBB’s ability. However, I just finished ST4 and I think the Eleven character is being made to do the exact same thing as before and I don’t know if there’s much else she can do different.

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    While The Massacre at Hawkins Lab was amazing and reveals everything in a really entertaining way, I feel like Dear Billy is the standout episode of this season. Kinda reminds me of Ozymandias and Felina a few years ago. The last few minutes in Dear Billy was one of the most exhilarating moments of television this year, up there with The We We Are. I’m gonna need the academy to nominate the directing and Sadie Sink. Maybe they will just stick to the old face, i.e. Millie, but maybe the high visibility and the close-to-voting date will help her get that nomination. Hopefully the music supervision can win too, although TMMM and Russian Doll might give it a tough fight.

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