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May 24, 2020 at 12:52 pm #1203498833
I do wonder if some voters will be hesitant to give Paulson the W because of how the episode (and series) was very much structured as a vehicle for her. One might argue it’s even more of a “designed vehicle” for her in Supporting than it is for Blanchett in Lead.
this makes no senseMay 22, 2020 at 2:29 pm #1203495972
Paulson deserves to win, but I see her and Byrne as equivalent to Penelope Cruz and Judith Light in 2018. What’s worse, Ullman will probably steal some votes as well (assuming she gets in).May 21, 2020 at 3:16 pm #1203494139
Thank you!! I’m shocked people are so into it. I barely made it through the pilotMay 20, 2020 at 10:55 pm #1203493053
Episode 5, “Hype Man”……. wtf? this show has no business being this good.May 20, 2020 at 10:17 pm #1203493015
Because Maisel is an absolute juggernaut that took two SAG awards away from the unstoppable buzziest show of 2019. The only reason O’Hara is predicted to win is because she’s the strongest part of Schitt’s, which is also a larger force than Dead to Me. That said, Brosnahan could still totally win. I’m sure Applegate is phenomenal, but the talk of her being win-competitive needs to come to a close.May 20, 2020 at 2:01 pm #1203492273
Finished the first two seasons of Better Call Saul. Really great writing without the high-intensity of BB but maintaining some of the fascinating visual language. The character study of Jimmy is really fascinating, even with the show being slower I’m still watching one episode after the next, specifically the end of Season 2.
Odenkirk is better than I could have imagined him being, really didn’t think he was capable of this. Mckean is also great, as is Banks (in Five-O specifically- where’s that win????). Seehorn’s presence and material has grown steadily and she’s eaten it all up so I’m excited to see the evolution of Kim in later seasons.May 19, 2020 at 11:35 pm #1203490993
In retrospect, I wonder if the people at Neflix were really playing the long game or just got lucky, because as of now all three are most likely getting nominated, but Dever would’ve been super vulnerable in supporting.May 19, 2020 at 2:20 pm #1203490430
Your loss, pal. A show that was nominated for nearly 70 awards up north from various Canadian creative arts organizations and 20 wins? It only reflects on you.
Crazy! I know of another show that also does really well with Canadian awards, you should check it out!May 18, 2020 at 9:58 pm #1203489217
Is anything happening this season? Like actually, I haven’t been watching the episodes as attentively as usual but like is anything happening? Last season got a far fetched but at least there was progression in the Eve-Villanelle dynamic and the mystery of “the 12”. I really can’t think of anything important that happened in these 8 episodes except that Kenny died, Villanelle is losing it, and we got introduced to her mentor.May 18, 2020 at 8:18 pm #1203489101
As in make eligibility or make the nominations? Because if it makes eligibility then it is definitely getting nominated. If it doesn’t make eligibility that strengthens the chances of The Crown by a quite a margin. However I think we should watch out for Perry Mason and The Nevers, the latter of which has already completed filming and is from Buffy the Vampire Slayer creator Joss Whedon (who is yet to have an Emmy) before giving it to The Crown already. I can see The Crown getting four Supporting Actress nominations à la GoT.
eligibility, I don’t know when they’ll filmMay 18, 2020 at 4:21 pm #1203488697
It pains me to type this but there’s absolutely no telling that Succession will make itMay 18, 2020 at 4:18 pm #1203488692
beat me to it. Probably my favorite scene from that Emmy cycleMay 18, 2020 at 11:37 am #1203488136
Residual love for season 1. I mean, I know the five acting noms is strong, but the glaring SAG omissions over the likes of Better Call Saul, The Americans, Julia Garner (before she was what she is now) and John Krasinski is so telling