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October 12, 2020 at 3:38 pm #1203773653
I got Joey but for the witch clue, as a joke I said Melissa (witch) and Joey. But those owls are extremely country. So whatever.
Lisa Hartman Black played the title role in Tabitha, who was a witch (the witch daughter of Sam and Darrin in Bewitched, to be precise), and you can’t get much more country than she and ClintSeptember 25, 2020 at 12:48 pm #1203734950
Animated Program: the announced black’ish animated episode. Yes, it can be entered in Animated Program along with the series being entered in Comedy Series, although the voice actors cannot enter in the voiceover category if they are also entered for the same character in any of the acting categories.September 24, 2020 at 11:54 am #1203732152
for vegas I’ll guess:
Two problems with Loudermilk. First, I think he does most of his stunts outdoors, and second, I don’t think they have ever had somebody not in the top 10 be in the Vegas show.September 24, 2020 at 6:19 am #1203731530
My predictions for the Vegas show acts:
and two “wild cards”:
Bello Sisters (and their father)
The Vegas show was pretty much made for the last three.
Also note that, according to the closing credits, Brandon and Broken Roots may accept a cash prize (amount unspecified) instead of the Kia K5.September 23, 2020 at 5:38 pm #1203730946
How are these decided?
There is the BAFTA nominated The Victim which I think is on Britbox in the States. Saw it on the BBC here in the UK. Honestly it’s a masterpiece so I won’t be surprised if Kelly MacDonald (from Boardwalk Empire, Trainspotting and Nanny McPhee) broke into this race.
This site is as close as I have seen to “official rules” for the International EmmysSeptember 21, 2020 at 6:55 am #1203725065
I had hoped that there was Big Mouth momentum, but somehow Rick and Morty wins animated program!
You would think that if any show had “momentum,” it would be Bojack Horseman for its final season.
It’s a little hard to believe that Moral Orel and Titan Maximum ended up with more Emmys in their runs than Bojack Horseman did.September 20, 2020 at 1:39 pm #1203720921
There’s an Eddie Murphy acceptance speech, but I didn’t see it on the show. I’m assuming he did it after the fact.
It wasn’t on the show, and, in fact, neither the Emmys.com website (that has the other acceptance speeches) nor the Television Academy’s YouTube page has it yet.
However, it was posted to the Academy’s Twitter feed.September 20, 2020 at 8:27 am #1203720148
Pop TV actually has three wins. One Day at a Time won a multi-cam award a few nights ago.
That list appeared to leave out the juried awards for some reason. (Adult Swim’s 3 wins for Primal appear to be missing as well.)
Here’s the list the Television Academy has: (it’s on the second page of the PDF)
HBO, Netflix – 19
Disney+, NBC – 8
ABC, National Geographic, VH1 – 5
Adult Swim, Amazon Prime – 4
CNN, FOX, Pop TV – 3
CBS, Quibi – 2
A&E, AMC, Apple TV, BBC America, Discovery, EPIX, ESPN, FX Networks, History, Hulu, MagicLabsMedia.com, Oculus, Showtime, USA Network, YouTube – 1September 19, 2020 at 6:40 pm #1203718899
Did they show the same “In Memoriam” names every night? These are definitely the same as from Thursday.September 19, 2020 at 6:36 pm #1203718860
In case anybody missed it, right after the commercial following the Drama Guest Actor announcement, the broadcast showed a screen: “Our apologies, an incorrect winner has been announced. We’re fixing it now. Please don’t go away.” This was followed by a screen showing Ron Cephas Jones as the winner, and then presumably a graphic to go with “The Academy accepts the award on his behalf,” which wasn’t announced.September 19, 2020 at 6:10 pm #1203718651
Two winners! Now that’s rare
Not really – especially for Children’s Program, which I think is the last of the “2/3 rule” area categories (most areas now require a 90% “yes” vote for any nominee other than the one with the most votes to get an Emmy; Children’s Program still only requires a 2/3 “yes” vote).