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August 12, 2020 at 10:10 am #1203641787
I guess Crudup’s choice was ok? I mean he could have chosen the first or second episodes to be fair.August 12, 2020 at 10:08 am #1203641783
Just to say lurking Emmy voters that this should be Maya’s year and she’s crazily overdue. You can always reward Wanda next year for Maisel 😉August 12, 2020 at 10:00 am #1203641757
“so I wanted to clear an internet rumour about your birthday”
Lol Seth Myers and Sarah Snook must have read how we thought her birthday was July 28th.
Better, he did beat not 1, not 2 but 3 costars and rightfully won the Emmy.
Westworld getting more than 2 actors nominated in the same category would be HBO’s wet dream.August 12, 2020 at 9:36 am #1203641679August 12, 2020 at 9:35 am #1203641677
Bold statement! As much as I love Billie (for over twenty years!), I think Best Actress will be very competitive this year but you never know….
Well the thing is she has had a tonne of goodwill built up towards her over the years. She has proven with Collateral that she can get into a strong field with a weak performance in a show that didn’t perform that well overall at the BAFTAs and has proven that she is a very talented actress with her work on stage in Yerma. I think if she gives a performance and I Hate Suzie is watched and acclaimed she’s winning (or at the very least is close to winning because I agree she faces stiff competition from Michaela Coel and potentially Keeley Hawes).August 12, 2020 at 9:12 am #1203641623
I think Reese might have suffered from overexposure and the fact most people think her characters were similar (I disagree with that but it is a popular opinion).
I never understood how people thought these three characters were similar in any way or form :August 12, 2020 at 8:53 am #1203641575
I just posted this on the Emmys thread but Soulmates, an episodic anthology series created by Emmy winner Will Bridges (Black Mirror) starring Sarah Snook, Bill Skarsgard, Charlie Heaton and Malin Akerman will premiere on AMC on October 5th.
I wouldn’t be surprised if the Globes name checked Snook with a nomination for this if she wins the Emmy this year considering Succession won’t be back in time for the Globes.
Actually speaking of which apart from last year the Globes have name checked at least one of the Emmy drama supporting actress winners/nominees in this category since 2014. Out of Bonham Carter, Garner, Newton, Shaw and I guess arguably now Snook which Drama Supporting Actress nominee are you predicting to get nominated here? I think Garner is probably the most likely.August 12, 2020 at 8:50 am #1203641573
Soulmates, an episodic anthology series created by Emmy winner Will Bridges (Black Mirror) starring Sarah Snook, Bill Skarsgard, Charlie Heaton and Malin Akerman will premiere on AMC on October 5th.
If this ends up being a hit or of good quality don’t be surprised if AMC pushes this hard considering they won’t have either Better Call Saul or Killing Eve next year.August 12, 2020 at 8:47 am #1203641565
I haven’t updated my predictions but thanks for checking them I guess?
Well I just found it hypocritical that you’d say that Annie Murphy will stop Borstein from 3 peating when you weren’t even predicting her.August 12, 2020 at 6:56 am #1203641475
I recently saw The Perks of Being a Wallflower and Julia Garner was in it! No dialogue and like 30 seconds of screen time. Look how far she’s come… incredible.
I know! I fell off my seat when I saw it and saw she was in it!August 12, 2020 at 6:52 am #1203641469
Wrong choice! Marin should’ve gone with “It’s the Sixties, Man!” When will nominees from the same show learn that submitting the same episode (Brosnahan and Hinkle for “A Jewish Girl Walks Into the Apollo”; Borstein and Shalhoub for “Marvelous Radio”) hinders their chances at winning?
I highly doubt Brosnahan and Hinkle choosing the same episodes and Borstein and Shalhoub doing the same hurts their chances of winning when the tape system doesn’t even matter anymore.August 12, 2020 at 6:50 am #1203641463
I swear if I switch from predicting Sykes to Rudolph and then Sykes wins!!!!
I actually think this race is between Rudolph and Sykes with Bassett as a dark horse. Maisel is still immensely popular with the actors branch and the fact they nominated Sykes shows there is passion for her performance and that they got to the end of the season. Plus she’s playing an iconic comedy figure which can only help her as it did with Luke Kirby last year.August 11, 2020 at 6:51 pm #1203640933
This is the most ridiculous reboot idea I have ever heard.August 11, 2020 at 6:29 pm #1203640903
I’m so torn with my Comedy Lead predictions. I mean O’Hara and Levy have quite a bit of an overdue narrative (which makes me think that they will be the only two Schitt’s actors to win) but Issa Rae and Ramy Youssef remind me so much of Tatiana Maslany and Rami Malek winning and they have their own big narrative as well. I just keep wondering with O’Hara are the people who awarded Phoebe Waller-Bridge over Julia Louis-Dreyfus going to award Issa Rae over Catherine O’Hara?
I feel pretty confident that Shalhoub and Borstein are taking this though. Annie Murphy may be the mvp of Schitt’s in the eyes of myself and many others but her buzz seems to be just on this forum because I’ve seen barely any media outlets talking about her when talking about predictions for this category and I highly doubt actors have seen the last season of Schitt’s Creek which kind of featured quite a lot of material for her where she outshone the whole cast. I don’t think this particular problem affects either Levy’s or O’Hara though. I am also predicting Shalhoub because I kind of think he’s an unstoppable Emmy darling like people see Regina King and Laura Linney and his two consecutive wins at SAG for a Supporting performance reminds me of John Lithgow winning twice in a row for 3rd Rock from the Sun at SAG and then winning the Emmy twice in a row.
Don’t get me started about the Guest acting categories lmao.
I was predicting Angela Bassett but already updated my prediction to Maya Rudolph – SNL. There is no way she loses after this announcement, she is already a trending topic on Twitter with Biden and Kamala.
May I ask why you are predicting Schitt’s Creek to lose all its above the line nominations?August 11, 2020 at 4:29 pm #1203640649
If Anderson delivers in terms of performance I can see her easily sweeping. Not only is she playing the baity role of Margaret Thatcher but she has probably the biggest level of unrewarded goodwill any performer can dream with her roles in American Gods, The Fall, War and Peace or Great Expectations to play a few. Plus she hasn’t won any major award since the 90s for The X-Files and she hasn’t been nominated for an Emmy since 2006 so one can say she is quite overdue.