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  • forwardswill
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    I agree with all of this. I have also considered Arquette, but predicting her as the sole Severance acting win feels so wrong, as Her character isn’t really a fan fave on the level of Tyrion Lannister and Ruth Langmore, if you know what I mean. But I guess due to the makeup of the category, her winning is entirely plausible.

    I agree that it feels wrong which is also why I’ve resisted. It is the showiest performance on the show though and she is the biggest name. There is a history of those kinds of performers being rewarded first when a new show emerges.


    Victor
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    but predicting her as the sole Severance acting win feels so wrong

    No worries then because Scott is coming

    Please! These gays, they're trying to murder me!


    gabspss
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    I don’t believe in Patricia Arquette. Her performance seemed to have received almost no passion at all.

    It's about the chaotic editing in Moulin Rouge!


    Sir Shaw
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    Thanks. I suppose in order to know how rare it really is, we’d need also to know how many times people have been nominated 5+ times for the same show and not won. Hamm certainly gives Odenkirk fans some hope, but Hamm’s show was a repeated winner and a cultural unicorn, and he had a real narrative to win after Breaking Bad finished.

    And as already mentioned, Hamm’s final season was his first/only one NOT under the tape system. He likely would’ve won (multiple times?) under the current system.

    And the final season/he’s never won narrative was something everybody in the industry was aware of, JLD even mentioned him in her nomination reaction.

    “As President, my staff and I are too busy doing the people’s business to watch television. Nonetheless, we are thrilled to be a part of this celebration of creativity. (Go Jon Hamm!)”


    Emmyfan
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    Thanks. I suppose in order to know how rare it really is, we’d need also to know how many times people have been nominated 5+ times for the same show and not won. Hamm certainly gives Odenkirk fans some hope, but Hamm’s show was a repeated winner and a cultural unicorn, and he had a real narrative to win after Breaking Bad finished.

    This is who I can think of:

    Angela Lansbury – Murder She Wrote – Lead Actress Drama nominated 1985 to 1996

    Marla Gibbs – The Jeffersons – Supporting Actress Comedy nominated 1981 to 1985

    Julia Duffy – Newhart – Supporting Actress Comedy nominated 1984 to 1990

    Jill Eikenberry – L.A.Law – Lead Actress Drama nominated 1987 to 1990 and Supporting Actress Drama 1994

    John Goodman – Roseanne – Lead Actor Comedy nominated 1989 to 1995

    Kim Cattrall – Sex & the City Supporting Actress nominated 2000 to 2004

    Jane Kaczmarek – Malcolm in the Middle – Lead Actress Comedy nominated 2000 to 2006

    Anthony Anderson – Black-ish – Lead Actor Comedy nominated 2015 to 2021
    Tracee Ellis Ross – Black-ish – Lead Actress Comedy nominated 2016 – 2018 and 2020 -2021

    Victoria Hamel -Hill Street Blues – Lead Actress Drama – – 1981 to 1985

    Jason Alexander – Seinfeld – Supporting Actor Comedy – 1992 to 1998

    George Wendt -Cheers – Supporting Actor Comedy- 1984 to 1989

    Peter Boyle – Everybody Loves Raymond – Supporting Actor comedy – 1999 to 2005

    Jesse Tyler Ferguson – Modern Family – Comedy Supporting Actor – 2010 to 2014

    Faith Ford – Murphy Brown Supporting Actress Comedy – 1989 to 1992 and 1994

    Anna Chlumsky – Veep – Supporting Actress Comedy – 2013 to 2017 and 2019


    String Cheese Theory
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    Thanks for doing the work Emmyfan! Interesting that the vast majority of these are comedy actors.

    Here for the comedies


    wolfali
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    Anna Chlumsky – Veep – Supporting Actress Comedy – 2013 to 2017 and 2019

    ROBBED

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


    Couverture
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    Thanks for doing the work Emmyfan! Interesting that the vast majority of these are comedy actors.

    Drama has its fair share as well:

    Jimmy Smits for NYPD Blue (5)
    Martin Sheen for The West Wing (6)
    Sandra Oh for Grey’s Anatomy (5)
    Hugh Laurie for House (6)
    Michael C Hall for Dexter (5)
    Elisabeth Moss for Mad Men (6)
    Christina Hendricks for Mad Men (6)
    Christine Baranski for The Good Wife (6)
    Kevin Spacey for House of Cards (5)
    Robin Wright for House of Cards (6)
    Lena Headey for Game of Thrones (5)

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    Emmyfan
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    Thanks for doing the work Emmyfan! Interesting that the vast majority of these are comedy actors.

    Also forgot to add the below:

    Sandra Oh – Grey’s Anatomy – Supporting Actress Drama 2005 to 2009

    Lena Headley – Game of Thrones – Supporting Actress Drama – 2014 – 2016 and 2018 – 2019

    Christina Hendricks – Mad Men Supporting Actress Drama – 2010 to 2015

    Elizabeth Montgomery – Bewitched – Lead Actress Comedy 1966 – 1970

    Robin Wright – House of Cards – Lead Actress Drama – 2013 – 2017 and 2019

    Blair Brown – The Days & Nights of Molly Dodd – Lead Actress 1987 – 1991

    Amy Poehler – Parks & Rec – Lead Actress Comedy- 2010 – 2015

    Hugh Laurie – House – Lead Actor Drama – 2007 – 2011

    Kevin Spacey – House of Cards – Lead Actor Drama – 2013 – 2017

    Michael C. Hall – Dexter – Lead Actor Drama – 2008 – 2012

    Martin Sheen – West Wing – Lead Actor Drama – 2000 – 2004 and 2006

    William H. Macy – Shameless – Lead Comedy Actor – 2014 – 2018 and 2021

    Larry David – Curb Your Enthusiasm – Lead Actor Comedy – 2003, 2004, 2006, 2010, 2012, and 2018

    Hal Linden – Barney Miller – Lead Actor Comedy – 1976 – 1982

    Christina Pickles – St. Elsewhere – Drama Supporting Actress 1983,1985 to 1988

    Barbara Bosson – Hill Street Blues – Drama Supporting Actress 1981 to 1985

    Linda Kelsey – Lou Grant – Drama Supporting Actress 1978 to 1982


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    Bob’s now 3rd in the odds 🙏

    Cox and Strong being so far away from each other (in votes) doesn’t make any sense to me tho


    wolfali
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    Bob’s now 3rd in the odds

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


    wolfali
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    Same thing as on the comedy thread. How would you rank these drama series nominees by personal preference? Trying to conduct an experiment as it were to see how different things might look if voting was ranked.

    My personal ranking:

    1. Severance
    2. Better Call Saul
    3. Succession
    4. Ozark
    5. Yellowjackets
    6. Squid Game
    7. Stranger Things

    Not seen: Euphoria season 2

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


    Brayfers
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    Same thing as on the comedy thread. How would you rank these drama series nominees by personal preference? Trying to conduct an experiment as it were to see how different things might look if voting was ranked.

    1. Squid Game
    2. Severance
    3. Yellowjackets
    4. Succession
    5. Euphoria
    6. Stranger Things
    7. Ozark

    haven’t watched: Better Call Saul

    Letterboxd: Brayfers

    FYC (Film):
    - Michelle Yeoh, Ke Huy Quan, and Stephanie Hsu - Everything Everywhere All At Once
    - Colin Farrell, Kerry Condon, and Barry Keoghan - The Banshees of Inisherin
    - Angela Bassett - Black Panther: Wakanda Forever
    - Danielle Deadwyler - Till

    FYC (TV):
    - Severance
    - Euphoria
    - Abbott Elementary
    - House of the Dragon
    - The White Lotus


    alittle03
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    Same thing as on the comedy thread. How would you rank these drama series nominees by personal preference? Trying to conduct an experiment as it were to see how different things might look if voting was ranked. My personal ranking: 1. Severance 2. Better Call Saul 3. Succession 4. Ozark 5. Yellowjackets 6. Squid Game 7. Stranger Things Not seen: Euphoria season 2

    1. Severance
    2. Squid Game
    3. Succession 
    4. Ozark
    5. Stranger Things
    6. Yellowjackets
    7. Euphoria 

    Will finish BCS by the Emmys and will rank accordingly.

    • FYC: Everything Everywhere All at Once in any and every single category, especially Best Picture, Michelle Yeoh in Actress, Stephanie Hsu in Supporting Actress, The Daniels in Director/Screenplay, Paul Rogers in Editing, and Son Lux in Score.


    AMG
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    1. Severance
    2. Yellowjackets
    3. Succession
    4. Stranger Things
    5. Squid Game
    6. Better Call Saul
    7. Ozark
    8. Euphoria

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