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January 18, 2020 at 11:15 am #1203290784
Probably after New Pope ends in February.January 16, 2020 at 12:32 pm #1203288023
I am not concerned. This is not so different fro the Atlanta and Fargo hiatuses. It differs from the Fleabag and Master of None situations.
Well, Atlanta was never in renewal limbo. Season three was ordered right after season two ended and its cast hasn’t ever been released from contracts. They were still obligated to return when season 3 starts filming.
Fargo never depends on actors availability as its cast is completely changed every season. Everything always comes down to Noah Hawley. Just like True Detectice and Nic Pizzolato.
I would compare Mindhunter situation to the revival sesons of The X-Files. When the cast and the creator are willing to make another season the network allows them.January 14, 2020 at 8:56 pm #1203285114
Is there any posssibility that One Day at a Time finally shows up somewhere? It got tons of publicity last year with cancellaction by Netflix. It will air from March to the deadline. Pop TV just became visible with Schitt’s Creek and they should campain both shows equally hard if they want to stay in the game in the future since it’s the last chance for SC.January 14, 2020 at 11:46 am #1203284188
Yass. As one of the 13 people who watched S1, it’s a outstanding show and extremely well crafted (7042 is one of the best episodes of the year, fight me). Hoping at the very least Regina Hall can join Cheadle in a lead nom.
I kinda enjoyed Rannells’ over the top performance more than those two 🙂January 14, 2020 at 10:59 am #1203284095
Little America starts at 83 on Metacritic. First Apple’s hit?January 11, 2020 at 9:42 am #1203275521
Great news! Poehler and Fey will return to host next year awards.January 10, 2020 at 10:15 am #1203273949
By the way, are the Emmys breaking the Drama Actor theory this year? I believe only Malek fits the ‘first or last season’ theory. I’m predicting Watchmen to be the only big new drama player this season and Irons could be a possibility if he goes lead (and if he gets nominated).
Would Menzies theoretically qualify for the theory? 🙂January 9, 2020 at 1:18 pm #1203272609
Please, let this be Fargoesque situation and not just a remakeJanuary 9, 2020 at 11:46 am #1203272351
Season 3 and 4 look to be 8 episodes each.
You’re linking an article stating that season three is 10 episodes long now 😉January 9, 2020 at 9:49 am #1203272204
Neither example is applicable, Homeland went for too long, it also had a horrible third season that was snubbed for Drama along with the male lead in Drama Actor, even so, Danes managed 5 consecutive nominations. This is us have maintained the same quality (some believe that has gotten even better) and it will have only 6 seasons. Davis is pretty obvious, from day 1, no one cares for her show outside the actors, and just some of them care, since outside of her, the show can get only in the Guest categories.
For the record This Is Us was renewed for three seasons but it was never confirmed that sixth one would be final. And even if that would end up true you have two and a half seasons to go. Everything might happen. Yes, the reviews stayed more or less the same – there wasn’t very notable increase or decrease of quality despite SOME people having different opinions. But the vievership has considerably shrunk and this is never helpful.
All I’m saying is these performances felt undeniable when their shows were new and fresh but with the show fatigue often come snubs in other categories.
Personally I think Sterling will mainain his nomination this year but it could be his last one.January 7, 2020 at 9:13 pm #1203269813
The momentum is real. Schitt’s Creek starts at 95 on MC for its final season. It’s clearly a frontrunner for comedy series at this point.