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May 29, 2023 at 1:46 pm #1205444891
My personal ballot would be:
2. Better Call Saul
3. Interview with the Vampire
5. The Last of Us
6. House of the Dragon
7. The Boys
8. The Crown
Yet to seen:Reply
– The Mandalorian
– Bad Sisters
– The Handmaid’s Tale
– EvilMay 29, 2023 at 7:15 am #1205444470
Succession is winning everything but supporting actress. I think Strong takes because he is peaking at the right time, but if not him, it’s Culkin’s.May 29, 2023 at 6:51 am #1205444456
The more I think about, the more I loved the finale. First and foremost, it whats the ending that represents the show best, honoring what the characters having been since the pilot. Also, there is some humor in no one *actually* getting what they wanted, but what they kinda deserved.
I was thinking Shiv was gonna get screwed after f*c*ing Ken, but the team up against Mattson was actually better, with a moment in the middle of the episode that gave us the happiness that we want that characters to have because we are on a journey with them for so long. But again, it’s not their fates.
In the end, they kinda had their realizations about themselves: Roman saying they are ”nothing”, Shiv knowing that she was never going to be at the boy’s club and Kendall actually seeing that no matter what kinda of trap he does, he won’t ever sit on that CEO.
I was like ”where did this situation with Shiv against Kendall came from”? But she said ”I can’t stomach you” and everything made sense, also that video from Logan was telling. And also, the fact that she knew that Tom was going to be the CEO was also something to support not seeing Kendall doing that. He actually said ”If I don’t do this, I’m going to die” and somehow even tho I’m 100% teamKendall, I understand why he can’t be there.
The acting of everyone was brillant, but Jeremy Strong is really Kendall Roy, right? Forever in our hearts, and for sure will be tv history.
The show is a true gem of small screen and the ending was as perfect as possible. I will miss.May 27, 2023 at 9:55 am #1205442917
I would not be mad at Rachel being the winner of this season
Having seen the top 10 of GD right now, she is BY FAR (to me) the best as both a season long work or by episode submission.May 27, 2023 at 9:53 am #1205442914
I have zero doubts Snook is taking, unless the Succession finale is so bad that sinks the ship entirely.May 27, 2023 at 5:39 am #1205442819
Hoping Gomez doesn’t get the nom, don’t find her worthy in the show itself, when in comparison to people fighting for a spot, it’s not even fair.May 27, 2023 at 5:08 am #1205442809
I always thought that season 4 had such a negative feedback that made season 5 lost the spot even thought it improved on the noms (Krauser, writing and directing back + Clarkson winning), but it was the system?
I guess ”House” and ”Grey’s Anatomy” got the spot for ”Lost” and ”Six Feet Under”, right? More populist choices… I guess.May 27, 2023 at 4:53 am #1205442807
And if there was any fair in this world, no one would win over Rachel Brosnahan this year. Also, THE DIRECTION!ReplyMay 27, 2023 at 4:52 am #1205442805
I can’t put into words how much I loved this finale. I was laughing so hard, and yet quickly my tears came. Such beautiful, a stunning way to end such a magnificent journey.
Unlikely many others, I never disliked ”Maisel”, it was a show that always brouht me pleasure, but I was happy to see it ending ”soon” because didn’t want to see stretching that much.
I have to say I was not prepared to such perfection for this finale season, I loved – LOVED – basically every episode, with the Susie roast being the best episode this show has ever done, and the finale was no exception.
It was so funny, the taxi scene with Abe and Rosie was to die for, and the set at Gordon Ford was just immaculate, the jokes and the situation felt perfectly blend in together. It was about the people around Midge and all of them were there to see her having her BIG BREAK. This show was always about believing in yourself, and Miriam had that from the pilot, with Susie being the #1 supporter of hers, and that moment gave pure and simply joy.
The last 15 minutes may have some detractors, but summarize the life of that woman so perfectly that I can’t say anything else.
Just an extraordinary piece of art for me. I will miss dearly, but I’m so freakin’ glad it did happen.ReplyApril 25, 2023 at 6:41 pm #1205410604
I know an actor can submit in the same category for two different shows, but can he be nominated for the both or the one with most votes gets in ?April 11, 2023 at 6:46 am #1205385523
Since there are currently only seven candidates for Best Lead Actress in a Play this year, there will be at least four nomination slots. A fifth is possible, but only if there’s a tie in the nominating process.
As someone who saw the National Theatre Live’s capture of Prima Facie in movie theaters last summer, I think Jodie Comer absolutely deserves her frontrunner status.
I believe that with Brosnahan, we will have 9 contenders and therefore, 5 nominees.
Audra McDonald – Ohio States Murders
Jessica Chastain – A Doll’s House
Zoe Wanamaker – Pictures from Home
Laura Linney – Summer, 1976
Jessica Hetch – Summer, 1976
Jodie Comer – Prima Facie
D’arcy Carden – The Thanksgiving Play
Katie Finneran – The Thanksgiving Play
Rachel Brosnahan – The Sign in Sidney Brustein’s Window
I think the nominees will be Audra, Chastain, Comer, Linney and Brosnahan.ReplyApril 11, 2023 at 6:23 am #1205385507
I doubt Topdog/Underdog misses, it may even win.ReplyJanuary 11, 2023 at 11:28 pm #1205238259
I’m still very doubtful about Danielle. She is a newcomer being the sole nom for a movie. That would have to be a very special case.
Kirby was a Emmy nominee/BAFTA Winner, Andra Day got the Golden Globe, Ruth Negga was right after OscarsSoWhite.
To get nominated in a ballott that needs #1 when you are not in contention to win and being the sole nomination of your movie in a industry that doesn’t know you yet. If she gets this nom, wow!January 11, 2023 at 11:22 pm #1205238250
I’m like Butler’s biggest cheerleader this season, but after yesterday and today, I have to believe Colin is winning too.January 11, 2023 at 11:20 pm #1205238247
Redmayne is not happening being a solo nom for a movie no one cares, we have people like him – especially in supporting – for AGES.
Just the ones I remember: Affleck, Leto, Chalamet, Shannon, Bruhl.
It’s gonna be someone from a BP nominee, let’s see if Bafta helps like they did with Jesse Plemmons.Not now