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    Chris Beachum
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    Discuss in part 2.

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    Let’s fucking go

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    All things Succession, Severance, Ted Lasso, The Great and The White Lotus! Also, Colin Firth and Janelle James while you're at it.

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    Go, Kerry!!!

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    Drama Series

    RU: Lovecraft Country

    Drama Actress

    RU: Sarah Paulson

    Drama Actor

    RU: Jonathan Majors

    S. Actress

    RU: Gillian Anderson

    S. Actor

    RU: Nicholas Hoult

    Comedy Series

    RU: Ted LassoThe Great

    Comedy Actress

    RU: Catherine O’Hara, Billie Piper

    Comedy Actor

    RU: Ramy Youssef

    Limited Series

    RU: Mrs. America

    Limited/Movie Actress

    RU: Cate Blanchett

    Limited/Movie Actor

    RU: Hugh Grant

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    Just following on from what hopelesstar posted about The Undoing I think it reinforces the fact (and I’m sorry for sounding like a broken record) that it’s locked for nominations in Series, Actress and Actor and has a chance at slipping into S. Actor. It’s not like a BLL phenomenon but it’s not that far off of it seems either in terms of being a pop-culture hit.

    Hugh Grant could very easily upset (although for now I’m betting on Hawke). I don’t know why people think him and Kidman are vulnerable for nominations.

    I’m curious about the people who are serious contenders in both film and TV.

    Lily Collins (Mank, Emily in Paris)
    Olivia Colman (The Father, The Crown)
    Nicole Kidman (The Prom, The Undoing)
    Tom Pelphrey (Mank, Ozark)
    Anya Taylor-Joy (Emma, The Queen’s Gambit)
    Kerry Washington (The Prom, Little Fires Everywhere)

    Historically, it’s hard to get double nods at the Globes that span both film and TV. The only people in the last decade to do it are:
    Amy Adams in 2018
    Regina King in 2018
    Bill Murray in 2014
    Mark Ruffalo in 2014
    Julia Louis-Dreyfus in 2013

    We can already congratulate Olivia Colman on her double nods, as she’s essentially a lock for both.

    Anya Taylor-Joy and Nicole Kidman seem like safe bets in TV, but what are their chances to add a second nod?

    Of the other three, which will see them nominated for? Both? Neither?

    I have Nicole Kidman doing both because the HFPA are obsessed with and Meryl Streep also doing both for the same reason. Have Colman in for both obviously too because she’s adored by the HFPA and she’s in big buzzy projects that will probably be Picture/Series nominees/winners.

    I think Anya Taylor-Joy will be this year’s Kaitlyn Dever. She’s making more headlines for her prestige Netflix series than she is for her film and despite her being more known as a film actress the HFPA will snub her in Comedy/Musical Actress because she’s a frontrunner on the TV side. I have Collins in for Emily in Paris and I did have her in for Mank (not sure if I do now). Emily in Paris was such a big hit and Collins got in for a film with worse reviews that no one watched over Kate Beckinsale so I think she’s a lock (for the nom) here.

    I see Kerry Washington and Tom Pelphrey getting snubbed for both projects.

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    Just following on from what hopelesstar posted about The Undoing I think it reinforces the fact (and I’m sorry for sounding like a broken record) that it’s locked for nominations in Series, Actress and Actor and has a chance at slipping into S. Actor. It’s not like a BLL phenomenon but it’s not that far off of it seems either in terms of being a pop-culture hit. Hugh Grant could very easily upset (although for now I’m betting on Hawke). I don’t know why people think him and Kidman are vulnerable for nominations. I have Nicole Kidman doing both because the HFPA are obsessed with and Meryl Streep also doing both for the same reason. Have Colman in for both obviously too because she’s adored by the HFPA and she’s in big buzzy projects that will probably be Picture/Series nominees/winners. I think Anya Taylor-Joy will be this year’s Kaitlyn Dever. She’s making more headlines for her prestige Netflix series than she is for her film and despite her being more known as a film actress the HFPA will snub her in Comedy/Musical Actress because she’s a frontrunner on the TV side. I have Collins in for Emily in Paris and I did have her in for Mank (not sure if I do now). Emily in Paris was such a big hit and Collins got in for a film with worse reviews that no one watched over Kate Beckinsale so I think she’s a lock (for the nom) here. I see Kerry Washington and Tom Pelphrey getting snubbed for both projects.

     

    why the confidence in Grant? I’m not feeling much buzz for his performance so far. It’s just Nicole.

    I remember someone on AW mentioned that Ramirez was the mvp according to some HFPA voters, so he could sneak in (hopefully not!).

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    Just following on from what hopelesstar posted about The Undoing I think it reinforces the fact (and I’m sorry for sounding like a broken record) that it’s locked for nominations in Series, Actress and Actor and has a chance at slipping into S. Actor. It’s not like a BLL phenomenon but it’s not that far off of it seems either in terms of being a pop-culture hit.

    The Outsider had double if triple the ratings of The Undoing and not only was it skunked at the Emmys it also just got cancelled. The Undoing is not locked

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    The Outsider had double if triple the ratings of The Undoing and not only was it skunked at the Emmys it also just got cancelled. The Undoing is not locked

    I hardly think a thriller starring HPFA darlings Nicole Kidman and Hugh Grant that is one of HBO’s top two pushes in the Limited Series, is directed by an Academy Award winning filmmaker, is receiving audience acclaim and is an international hit is incomparable with a Stephen King horror genre show that was competing in an ultra competitive Emmy field and was not even one of HBO’s top 4 pushes in the Drama categories.

    Whether you like the show or not (I’m in between) The Undoing is locked for that series nomination at the Globes.

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    why the confidence in Grant? I’m not feeling much buzz for his performance so far. It’s just Nicole.

    He has a more acclaimed performance from critics than Nicole, was cited as a standout by HFPA members, is a HFPA nominations darling, may have some leftover A Very English Scandal love left and therefore also has an “under awarded” narrative which Kidman doesn’t have.

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    Audiences are loving The Undoing so much that its live ratings have gone like this:

    WEEK 1 – 0.08 / 676,000 viewers
    WEEK 2 – 0.07 / 799,000 viewers
    WEEK 3 – 0.03 / 274,000 viewers

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    Curious to see what happens who takes Limited Actress Thai year. 60% of this past decades it’s gone to the Emmy incumbent (Danes, Winslet, Moore, Paulson, Kidman, Williams) or people who were Emmy eligible next cycle but didn’t win (Gyllenhaal, Gaga, Arquette).

    With the current Emmy incumbent ineligible, this would be the first that an incumbent Emmy loser (Blanchett) could win since Moss in 2013.

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    Audiences are loving The Undoing so much that its live ratings have gone like this: WEEK 1 – 0.08 / 676,000 viewers WEEK 2 – 0.07 / 799,000 viewers WEEK 3 – 0.03 / 274,000 viewers

    The way this is what the first review quote on rotten tomatoes says lol:

    No matter how much you crave kitchen islands, beige cashmere and Central Park in the snow, I’d be willing to bet you won’t want to keep watching The Undoing beyond episode two.

    The audience rating is also just one point above the critics so it’s not exactly killing it in that department.

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    I know ratings barely matter anymore and the show is continuing to be on people’s mouth, but my god that drop from 800k to 200k is something

    Still think it’s going to do well at the Globes and potentially at the Emmys.

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    Audiences are loving The Undoing so much that its live ratings have gone like this: WEEK 1 – 0.08 / 676,000 viewers WEEK 2 – 0.07 / 799,000 viewers WEEK 3 – 0.03 / 274,000 viewers

    Live ratings are irrelevant, I thought people knew that in 2020. Its ratings are growing each week on digital and doing better than Lovecraft Country.  

    I guess I have to repost what I posted in the other thread before it closed

    [Episode 3] viewership totaled 1.7 million across the linear premiere, including two replays and digital. That’s up 18% from episode 2 and 21% from the series premiere on Oct. 25.

    Viewing for the first episode has passed 6 million, according to HBO, and is expected to build in the coming weeks. To date, the series is showing slightly faster growth than recently wrapped Lovecraft Country at the same point in its season

    The six-part limited series is also breaking viewership records outside the U.S. The Undoing had the best first season premiere of 2020 for HBO’s networks in Nordic and Central Europe, according to HBO. In addition, it was the best first season launch of all time for HBO in Denmark.

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