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August 14, 2019 at 12:51 pm #1203023850
When They See Us: 1. Outstanding Limited Series 2. Outstanding Writing for a Limited Series or Movie 3. Outstanding Directing for a Limited Series or Movie 4. Outstanding Lead Actor in a Limited Series or Movie 5. Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Limited Series or Movie 6. Outstanding Casting for a Limited Series or Movie Fosse/Verdon: 1. Outstanding Lead Actress in a Limited Series or Movie 2. Outstanding Choreography for Scripted Programming 3. Outstanding Hairstyling for a Limited Series or Movie 4. Outstanding Makeup for a Limited Series or Movie Chernobyl: 1. Outstanding Cinematography for a Limited Series or Movie 2. Outstanding Picture Editing for a Limited Series or Movie 3. Outstanding Sound Editing for a Limited Series or Movie 4. Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Limited Series or Movie Black Mirror: 1. Outstanding Movie 2. Outstanding Creative Achievement in Interactive Media 3. Outstanding Innovation in Interactive Programming Sharp Objects: 1. Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Limited Series or Movie Good Omens: 1. Outstanding Music Composition for a Limited Series or Movie Catch-22: 1. Outstanding Special Visual Effects in a Supporting Role
I agree with some of this but i also disagree with some. I find hard to believe that Chernobyl will be shut out of the main categories. It will win, at least, Writing or Directing. I also think it will win Makeup. Fosse/Verdon was very good in this department but Chernobyl was HUGELY SUPERIOR. Michael K. Williams is someone i don’t see winning. He has competition from three fellow actors and Asante Blackk is also receiving a considerable amount of support. For me is either Whishaw or Dano. Arquette should win supporting (i hope she does), and since she’s basically losing lead it would be very sad to see her not getting anything considering the great year she had. Movie, i think, will go to Deadwood.August 13, 2019 at 9:31 pm #1203023027
I agree. I have had it in second or third place in my predictions since it got nominated. Adam McKay is beloved by the Academy. I do think you have a point on the GOT directing vote-split. Miguel worked 55 nights but D&D are loved by Academy members.
Exactly. That’s why I think a vote-split is hugely possible in directing.August 13, 2019 at 9:05 pm #1203022989
Guys i know we are only in August but i’m really shocked that Succession is dead last in the predictions for directing. If i were you i would start putting it, at least, in 2nd place. I know that all of us here think that Direction is The Long Night to lose, including myself, but i don’t know why i have this feeling we will witness a vote-split between the three GOT episodes and Adam McKay will win for Succession. He won DGA and we know that Emmys love when movie directors and stars move to the TV side. Summing up i still have The Long Night in first but i have Succession in 2nd just in case we have another surprise, and i think you guys should do the same.August 3, 2019 at 1:56 pm #1203008814
ginnala I’m sure his performance wasn’t as acclaimed as Jodie’s. If the critics are loving a performance this year than Comer and Williams are the ones on that boat. Porter didn’t received that much of acclaim when Pose first aired. His started to become this hot thing since the Oscars and since the Hollywood Roundtable. I’m not saying he’s not winning. To be fair I won’t be shocked if he does. But if he really wins I think it will be more because of his personality and publicity/beliefs rather than performance. In my opinion, the other four girls (I haven’t seen Baranski) were all much better than him, specially Williams and Comer.August 3, 2019 at 1:34 pm #1203008774
Why?! Her performance was a million times better than his. Not to mention that she was nominated Last year.August 3, 2019 at 1:07 pm #1203008746
Praying for either Williams or Comer to win individual drama. I sense Fleabag will win pretty much everything that it’s nominated for.August 3, 2019 at 11:29 am #1203008568
Once Upon a Time: Lana Parrilla
OMG!!! I f*cking LOVE YOU!!! Lana was SO Good in OUAT. Such and underrated performance and show. I also never understood why Tichina Arnold never received a nod for Everybody Hates Chris. She was the reason why I loved that show so much. She stole every scene she was in. I would also like to add to the list Niecy Nash and Lea Michele for Scream Queens, Naya Rivera for Glee, Eva Green for Penny Dreadful and (more recent) Linda Cardellini for Dead to Me and Richard Madden for Bodyguard.August 3, 2019 at 10:37 am #1203008474
Who would win in a matchup between Amy Adams, Patricia Arquette and Michelle Williams? If Williams wins, I’ll feel comfortable predicting her for the Emmy.
Considering the buzz and critical acclaim, then Michelle would win. I have her in first place to win the Emmy and I don’t think it will change until the ceremony. If she wins then my confidence in her win will increase even more. If Arquette wins then I’ll consider moving her to #1. But I don’t think that will happen.August 3, 2019 at 10:21 am #1203008458
Program of the Year: Chernobyl (RU: Fleabag)
Comedy: Fleabag (RU: Russian Doll)
Drama: Pose (RU: Killing Eve)
Limited:When They See Us
New Program: Russian Doll (RU: Pose)
Individual Comedy: Phoebe Waller-Bridge (RU: Natasha Lyonne)
Individual Drama: Jodie Comer/Michelle Williams (I find these category the most difficult to predict, but I think it will come down to either Comer or Michelle. With Billy Potter with a slight chance)
News and Information: Leaving NeverlandAugust 2, 2019 at 2:07 pm #1203007571
For those who have read Hillbilly Elegy, who has the biggest chance of winning an Oscar? Amy or Glenn? Assuming that both will deliver.August 2, 2019 at 12:04 pm #1203007374
I think Reese Witherspoon is gonna get snubbed for BLL.
It’s possible. But I think she’s so well liked by everyone and she actually had a pretty good season. She was incredible in the first three episodes, specially in the third. Personally I think she’s way more safe than Moss, Oh and Comer. Right now I’m predicting Wood to be the big snub.August 2, 2019 at 11:58 am #1203007366
You forgot Newton and Wood.
Crap. Sorry. I knew I missed someone. But I don’t think Wood will get in to be honest. Her competition will be too big. Newton is pretty safe though.