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August 21, 2019 at 4:40 am #1203033016
I mean…August 19, 2019 at 11:30 am #1203030267
This looks so good. Is it not a musical anymore though?August 14, 2019 at 7:05 am #1203023357
I am so close to predicting a Fleabag sweepAugust 13, 2019 at 8:41 am #1203021893
At the age of 63, Staunton is only 6 years younger than Walters though. Also, Colman is in her 40s and she is most likely playing the Queen till she is in her early 60s.
Being 63 to play The Queen in her 60s to 80s is very different to being 69 and playing those. By the time they shot Walters would be perfectly in the middle of the age range.August 13, 2019 at 2:19 am #1203021546
I wish more people would start basing their opinions until after seeing all of the nominated Comedy Series nominees. As much as I enjoyed it, Fleabag is overrated. I LOVED the priest storyline but Barry season 2 was still better. I’m still trying to grasp the TCA’s explanation of exactly what was better with Fleabag over Barry besides popularity.
Fleabag was better than Barry by a country mile.August 13, 2019 at 2:10 am #1203021544
Both Foy and Colman are British Actresses who are most known for their work on TV, who also in recent years have became big in the US due to major motion pictures (First Man, The Favourite). Julie Walters fits this perfectly, she’s the right age, done lots of British TV, well known in the US (Educating Rita, Billy Elliot, Harry Potter and Mamma Mia)
It has to be. Staunton is too young to play the queen in her 80sAugust 7, 2019 at 1:28 pm #1203014562
But lol at people bringing up campaigning. It can absolutely help, but I don’t remember Maggie Smith or Thandie Newton campaigning, or even Ann Dowd for that matter.
I am confused as to why you chose to compare Headey to two people who won because of vote splitting and one who won as a beloved American industry veteran in a new show. They aren’t at all the same just because none of them campaigned.August 7, 2019 at 9:59 am #1203014206
Not getting nominated but I am fascinated by the placement of Mindy Kaling in Supporting for Late Night.August 7, 2019 at 8:31 am #1203014043
Same. Lots of people argue that she did “nothing” in Season 7. Highly disagree. Season 7 was one of her best. Had it not been for the Season 5 and Season 6 finale nobody would praise her for those seasons. They simply don’t appreciate her work as a whole that’s the problem.
For me her best seasons: Season 3>7>6>2>4>1>5>8
I don’t watch GOT so cannot comment on whether she did nothing in season 7 or not but does it matter? By all accounts I’ve seen she also got barely anything in the final season either so why are voters suddenly going to think she deserves it when they didn’t last year?
I know many people want to cite nuanced subtle work in The Bells as the reason she’s winning but is an average Thrones watcher really going to remember that over (from what I am told) Maisie Williams having four great episodes and Gwendoline Christie apparently dominating her submission. I’m sceptical but as I say I don’t watch the show (even though I’ve seen The Bells) so maybe that means I’m missing something or maybe it means I’m able to be objective on it. Idk.August 7, 2019 at 8:05 am #1203014028
Last year was her best chance of winning, she needed only 15% of the vote and also had 3 ladies from the same show that would split the vote.
This is the big thing with me with regards to Headey. Why would she win this year against three co-stars when she couldn’t win last year against none?August 6, 2019 at 2:20 pm #1203013060
They’re someone who’s been on this site probably longer than you’ve been born