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May 18, 2022 at 1:04 pm #1204955797
I’m thinking about Kim and Howard’s fates. What if Kim kills Howard and she ends incarcerated and the motive after Saul sadness in the flashforwards are thtat he can’t visit her on prison?
Kim definitely has a dark side to her, but she’s not a murderer.
FYC: All things Succession, particularly Kieran CulkinApril 21, 2022 at 10:59 am #1204926069
https://variety.com/2022/awards/news/christina-ricci-yellowjackets-emmys-supporting-actress-1235237519/ Christina Ricci has been moved back into supporting, helping her nomination chances.
FYC: All things Succession, particularly Kieran CulkinMarch 15, 2022 at 2:27 pm #1204852313
Just popping in to say that in a just world Brian Cox would win an Emmy for this. https://twitter.com/filmupdates/status/1503590412493025280?s=21
FYC: All things Succession, particularly Kieran CulkinAugust 26, 2021 at 11:35 am #1204417624
I see we’re at the “girl-bossing corporate conglomerates” part of the race now.
FYC: All things Succession, particularly Kieran CulkinAugust 16, 2021 at 4:34 pm #1204399693
When Phalycia Rashad wins…
FYC: All things Succession, particularly Kieran CulkinAugust 8, 2021 at 12:11 pm #1204387101
The way I don’t care at all about this field anymore Even comedy is more interesting
Disagree . To me this is by far the most interesting set of races. In both series and lead actor/actress, all three races have four contenders fighting for the win. Supporting actor has a clear frontrunner but a couple people could upset. Supporting actress has a three way race (I think Smart can win) and writing and directing each have two different pairs of shows fighting for the win. Easily the most exciting set of races imo.
FYC: All things Succession, particularly Kieran CulkinAugust 6, 2021 at 12:23 pm #1204384464
The Stranger Things kids when season four finally premieres.
FYC: All things Succession, particularly Kieran CulkinAugust 6, 2021 at 12:19 pm #1204384458
Before the incident, production should theoretically end in October. I’m not a doctor, but I suppose it’s recommended that a person should wait a considerable amount of time to recover from a heart attack.
Yeah obviously his health is the number one priority, and if it does miss next year’s eligibility, I’m probably in the minority on this, but I would rather them air it in spring of 2023 to hopefully get momentum for emmy nominations, but they probably won’t do that.
FYC: All things Succession, particularly Kieran CulkinAugust 6, 2021 at 11:56 am #1204384423
Is Better Call Saul assumed to be missing simply because of Odenkirk’s heart attack? Or are there other factors at play? Because if they have to delay it to summer/fall of 2022 I don’t see it boding well for the 2023 emmys, which is a shame because I desperately want Odenkirk to win his overdue emmy, as well as eith Esposito or Banks win theirs, and Seehorn get a nomination (sadly, I think a win is out of the question for her).
FYC: All things Succession, particularly Kieran CulkinAugust 4, 2021 at 4:12 pm #1204381303
Honestly, Falco Paulson, Dern, and King were all probably name checked in the category that year. Godless was clearly watched, and Biel I have no idea. Acclaimed performance, however, the show got little to nothing else.
FYC: All things Succession, particularly Kieran CulkinAugust 2, 2021 at 12:16 pm #1204377368
Obviously there’s no point in debating who’s winning supporting actress, but I’m curious what percent of the vote Anderson will get. I reckon at least 80%.
FYC: All things Succession, particularly Kieran CulkinAugust 1, 2021 at 1:10 pm #1204375603
So who’s winning lead actor? I see multiple negatives for all and very few positives.
Bettany: only one in a series nominee, however the women got far more acclaim than him.
Grant: movie star, showing his dramatic chops in recent years, however his series crashed and burned in nominations.
McGregor: well respected veteran actor, however seems like a name check with very few people watching his series.
Miranda: created a cultural phenomenon, however nominated against a more acclaimed costar.
Odom Jr.: Won Tony for the role, fresh off an Oscar nomination, however, nominated alongside someone with much bigger star power in general than he is, if voters are lazy, they might want to vote for Miranda over him.
FYC: All things Succession, particularly Kieran CulkinAugust 1, 2021 at 1:03 pm #1204375595
2014: Robin Wright
2015: Keri Russell
2016: Keri Russell
2017: Carrie Coon
2018: Claire Foy
2019: Julia Roberts
2020: Laura Linney
2021: Olivia Colman
FYC: All things Succession, particularly Kieran CulkinAugust 1, 2021 at 9:47 am #1204375153
2017: Thandie Newton
2018: Vanessa Kirby
2019: Rhea Seehorn
2020: Rhea Seehorn
2021: Helena Bonham-Carter
FYC: All things Succession, particularly Kieran CulkinJuly 29, 2021 at 2:52 pm #1204370331
I’ve subscribed to The Crown sweep as well for now. I think it has build up enough good will to pull a Schitt’s Creek.
Does that include Menzies? Because he’s the one person I feel won’t get swept up in love. He missed last year when he had better material, for Steve Carell in a divisive performance, and he only really had two episodes of substance this season, even that being only a few minutes in each episode.
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