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February 8, 2023 at 10:12 am #1205297288
Yeah, that feels about right. I don’t think it’s far off, and I don’t think they’ll hold it longer than they need to. Neither it or Severance are in their 2023 preview, but I would imagine if possible they will have them out by Christmas.
TMS just finished filming… not sure what that means, but fall seems probable.February 1, 2023 at 9:24 am #1205279508
White Lotus in Limited Series again… so confusing.ReplyFebruary 1, 2023 at 6:38 am #1205279240
there’s a lot of potential for this to be a really absurd series that I don’t think there has ever really been on network television (at least in a long time).
What will be the equivalent of the dancing baby this time?
ReplyJanuary 30, 2023 at 10:39 am #1205274781
Apple have updated their screener site to create a page for Hello Tomorrow. Its review embargo lifts on Wednesday, February 15 at 12am PT. The show premieres two days later.
It’s still listed as “Drama, Comedy” in many places, I wonder where it will land if it ends up a contender (https://www.apple.com/tv-pr/originals/hello-tomorrow/).January 26, 2023 at 6:45 am #1205268334
Remember 2022, when Inventing Anna’s February premiere was right before a glut of highly anticipated 4th quarter limited series releases (and this subset of posts was already on part 6)? I’m feeling like there is much less buzz for such projects at this time this year, but then Painkiller and Love & Death could still get last minute releases, so we might end up with the same jolts this time around.
I think there may be the jolts you mention still to come. It feels like part of what is happening is there isn’t as much information about March/April/May release dates – though that’s based on impression, not going back to look at last year’s announcement dates. I get that sense that either streamers are still figuring out dates & whether certain series/shows can be ready, or there is some kind of strategy for late announcements. For example, Apple in theory has already announced their spring schedule, yet has it has holes and unknowns in it.January 17, 2023 at 7:12 am #1205249178
Pedro Pascal going from father figure to a special child to another father figure to a special child
lol I’m dead.
I have to say, I enjoyed the pilot but in a “Walking Dead” or even the Mandalorian kind of way, not in a “wow these performances are blowing my mind” kind of way (which actually HOTD was sometimes for me). Maybe that will change?January 11, 2023 at 10:14 am #1205236700
Andor! Bad Sisters! Loving that.
Only odd thing to me is that Yellowjackets was nominated last year for both drama and new series, so I guess they submitted half the season last year and half this year?ReplyJanuary 11, 2023 at 10:07 am #1205236640
It’s honestly so random that Bateman has won twice for Ozark lol. It’s just so not a winning performance.
True, but also seems like it’s in recognition of his directing and general stewardship of a show that SAG admires, even though it’s supposed to be for just the acting.January 11, 2023 at 10:05 am #1205236633
Ted Lasso is kind of in a league of its own though when it comes to Apple shows. They’re probably pushing for it to be released as soon as possible because there were so many delays while shooting, and they want it back in the Emmys race this year. A 3 month turnaround for a show in its first season feels like it might be pushing it, but you never know. I personally don’t think it’ll happen unless that IMDB date has some real credibility.
I think Apple is going to announce a splashy drama for a March release along with Ted Lasso (which was also not in their first 2023 preview trailer), whether it’s Lessons in Chemistry or the Morning Show or even something else – City on Fire? Manhunt?. They can always release a few eps at once with a late March release. They need *something* to push for drama Emmys, beyond Britton in Dear Edward or maybe Bad Sisters.January 11, 2023 at 9:52 am #1205236553
The stunt nominations are interesting – it’s been a while since absolutely none of the stunt ensemble nominations have any other nominations. Goes back to the question of where genre shows are fitting in this year.
Also looking back having a good LOL at Mare of Eastown getting a stunt nom.January 10, 2023 at 10:29 am #1205230644
I’ve only now finished this show and it’s… perfection. What a beautiful crafted show with an outstanding cast! Such a shame the Emmys basically gave them zero love.
Holding out hope that will change with Season 2…ReplyJanuary 10, 2023 at 10:21 am #1205230632
There’s nothing wrong with any show individually, but the balance feels off, like it’s too male leaning performance wise (and Audience wise) and traditionally lead female performances tend to mostly come from non-genre shows. Is The Morning Show making eligibility? That would balance it out.
I’m guessing we’ll learn one way or another about the Morning Show at the Apple event at TCA next week.
I’m super curious how Dear Edward will land with critics & audience alike, that could also balance things out. And it comes out soon (2/3)!
Unrelated, but it’s hard to see how there’s room for both Andor and the Mandelorian when it comes to above the line stuff. or even series.December 20, 2022 at 1:10 pm #1205203084
All but Bridgerton are probably missing unless something drastically changed, like The Morning Show getting dated out of nowhere.
I think the Morning Show is still a possibility. It films through February – but so does Yellowjackets, and they have a March release. (They both started around August, too.) Apple hasn’t announced its March releases yet….December 20, 2022 at 9:24 am #1205202527
The winners voting system were different though in 15/16 so 2016 is the real comparison we have for what to expect.
hmm… in 2016 Game of Thrones still had 5 of 12 supporting acting nominations. But I take everyone’s points that there were other passion picks.ReplyDecember 6, 2022 at 9:22 am #1205180132
At least the continued love for the Good Fight is nice to see – MAYBE Baranski could even get a win?ReplyNot now