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July 3, 2020 at 2:56 pm #1203565414
Honey; speaking of Kesha (“Praying” and Rainbow did NOT deserve to win Best Pop Solo Performance and Best Pop Vocal Album respectively), no one mentioned her latest album, High Road, as a Best Pop Vocal Album contender.
Who you think should win pop categories that year?July 3, 2020 at 12:48 pm #1203565231
Don’t ask me why but I feel like Harry will get an Ed Sheeran treatment and only get Pop Solo and Pop Album nods.
Yep, until be proven wrong I’m going with the boyband bias towards Harry, maybe a crossrover era for a better grammy’s treatment in the future? I dont know, if he gets soty or aoty, good to him but I don’t see it happening now.July 3, 2020 at 7:08 am #1203564664
Yes awarding Gaga with Joanne in 2019 was pretty random, I probably had her last in the predictions list lol. I think Kesha was the most deserving in the 2018 lineup though.
Kesha had the best song and album imo, she should’ve won both but the nominations were her reward.July 2, 2020 at 8:27 am #1203562897
I’d love to see Blake Mills in Producer of the year, he’been a part of amazing albums (Punisher, Set My Heart on Fire Imediately, Rough and Rowdy Days) and released a great album too. Feth The Bolt Cutters is the most solid for a nomination in engineering imo, Bob Ludwig is a grammy darling and 2x winner in this category.July 1, 2020 at 4:11 pm #1203561736
Honey, stop being delusional. Fiona Apple did NOT release the best album of 2020. I don’t give a shit about its Metacritic score. Kacey Musgraves wasn’t the best either. Billie Eilish is debatable.
It’s not just the metacritic score, by the end of the year all the big magazines will put Fetch the Bolt Cutters in their best albums of 2020 lists. Your opinion about it, just like mine, is irrelevant.July 1, 2020 at 9:18 am #1203560735
But then again, with grammy standards I’m rooting for After Hours to win.July 1, 2020 at 9:16 am #1203560732
Day by day, I see more and more love for Fetch the Bolt Cutters across social media. I’m tempted to say she is not only a lock for an AOTY nod but for also a possible win.
This. I’ve been a fan of her work for years and already had in mind that her new album would be acclaimed, because she always is. But the FTBC nearly perfect metascore and the way is peaking almost every mid year “best of” list, caught me off my guard. Come nominations day, if she get some engineering, soty, rock song or performance she is indeed competitive for the win.June 30, 2020 at 8:29 am #1203558622
Ozark has been renewed for a fourth and final season.
I’m not ready for the end, but glad it’s gonna be in the peak of the series.June 30, 2020 at 6:18 am #1203558496
I’ve watched Six Feet Under years ago and I might be wrong, so feel free to correct me. Michael C. Hall and Rachel Griffiths in lead doesn’t make any sense IMO.
I agree with Rachel Griffiths, the only lead lady in the show is Frances Conroy. I hope that it’s not why Frances lost back then cause it would be a shame. Michael C. Hall, otherwise, shares co lead with Peter Krause the entire series, imo.June 29, 2020 at 6:17 pm #1203558157
Do we have a chance of seeing a split four? For example –
AOTY: The Weeknd
ROTY: Dua Lipa
SOTY: Fiona Apple
BNA: Phoebe Bridgers
I know I’m delusional about BNA, but regardless, is there a huge chance of it being four different winners after last year’s sweep?
If they don’t wanna give Abel the aoty, then it’s Fiona. I think Abel will win soty and roty, unless he’s not nominated in soty then it’s Post, Dua, or god knows who. Not sure about bna but I feel they’ll pull a Esperanza Spalding type of win, like some jazz/blues/folk act coming out of nowhere winning.June 28, 2020 at 8:27 am #1203555584
The characters aren’t what you’d call “gooody two shoes” in the second season. However I think it is a generalisation to say they are “evil” or “characters you love to hate” as they are more far more complex and nuanced. At times you’re rooting for them and at times you wish they were dead.
I can understand why due to the SAG shut out that people are cautious about predicting Succession for acting nominations but I think it is a generalisation to say it is because of the types of characters they play. Especially considering Ann Dowd won an Emmy for playing a downright villain in s1 of THT over someone playing a Handmaid and James Gandolfini, Bryan Cranston, Jodie Comer and Jon Hamm have won over characters seen as more human or heroic for playing complex, sympathetic and nuanced anti-heroes/villains.
With all I’m reading here in GD I’m predicting 4 acting nominations (Cox, Culkin, Snook and Strong), with Cox winning.June 28, 2020 at 8:13 am #1203555570
You hate Greg?
I guess you could say the characters are arguably unlikeable in the first season but I should tell you that the second season of the show is very different from the first and that is the one in contention this year.
Glad that second season is different! And yes, I don’t like cousin Greg at all, he’s so nervous all the time and kinda weak/coward to my taste. Maybe I change my mind throughout the season…June 28, 2020 at 7:12 am #1203555498
Girl I just started watching succession (currently in se01ep04) cause I gotta keep up updated before the ceremony, and question: Is it ok to dislike any the characters? They are perfectly written and acted but I just can’t feel sympathetic for anyone.