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    Yeah missing directing was bad, and I thought the writing around the satanic panic stuff was actually excellent. But guys it still got series?

    Also I was one of the people who had Sadie Sink at 100/1 and even I didn’t think she was the best acting performance (she had huge buzz though). I’m sure she’s got an amazing future ahead. And I would like to think the ensemble will bag SAG next year.

    Bill Hader and Barry in everything (2 babka)
    The Great - Elle Fanning, Nicholas Hoult and comedy writing and directing

    Severance in drama series, writing, Adam Scott for best actor, Ben Stiller for drama directing, and the whole cast in supporting.

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    I also think there’s a possibility that some voters are like me and think the ensemble this season was the standout rather than any individual.

    Here’s hoping they’re nominated for SAG ensemble

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    They definitely have SAG ensemble in the bag. I don’t think they’ve ever missed.

    I don’t think the split affected anything. I think yesterday proved that voters in the bigger branches have just stopped seeing it as an award worthy show even if they still enjoy it. It does happen with this kind of mass appeal content.

    At this point I think this is the answer. That, and the three-year-gap between seasons likely killed a lot of the hype for Emmy voters. Netflix will probably love it though; they can use it to ratch up technical awards and focus on The Crown for the ATL stuff – at least until they both end, but since when has Netflix ever been able to focus on the long term?

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    As I understand, next year Part II will not be eligible for Drama Series but it will be for Directing, Writing, Acting?

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    As I understand, next year Part II will not be eligible for Drama Series but it will be for Directing, Writing, Acting?

    it won’t be eligible for any above the line categories. Only below the line (technical) categories

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    it won’t be eligible for any above the line categories. Only below the line (technical) categories

    It will be eligible for anything that requires episodic submissions before nominations. That means Directing, Writing, Guest Actor/Actress and almost all the BTL categories. It won’t be eligible for stuff like Series, Lead & Supporting acting categories or Casting where nominations are based on the entire season.

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    Why everyone complain about « death of main characters »?! It’s not even that important. No main character dies in Harry Potter, Lord of the Rings, Pirates of the Caribbeans, etc. and it didn’t change anything…

    Because what’s the point of being on the edge of our seats and watch characters go through storylines of them potentially dying / being in situations that could most likely kill them if we always know that by the end of the season, they will turn out fine?

    2X EMMY WINNER ZENDAYA

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    Zzz and it’s getting predictable how the show kills off the new flashy side character to the point where there’s no emotional payoff when the death occurs. We all predicted who would die in volume 2 and it had no impact.

    Michelle (Yeoh, Williams) Oscar campaign manager.

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    Because what’s the point of being on the edge of our seats and watch characters go through storylines of them potentially dying / being in situations that could most likely kill them if we always know that by the end of the season, they will turn out fine?

    But you don’t know that they will turn out fine until you finish the story. That’s what makes it thrilling. I don’t have any problem of a lack of death count, because Lord Of The Rings is still a masterpiece despite only one of the fellowship getting killed off.

    The Duffers have hinted it will follow LOTR as they described in an interview that the ending is ‘Return Of The King-ish with eight endings’ meaning I’m not expecting a huge body count in the final season, nor do I really want one.

    Also, why does every show need to be a Game Of Thrones in terms of death? You don’t see any other shows doing this. Let Game Of Thrones be brutal and dark, whilst other shows do their own thing.

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