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    HFPA was the one organization that was brave enough to refuse to slap the stud. Instead, they embraced them (Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Richard Madden).

    For that we are thankful, and will miss their invaluable input in the awards conversation.

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    LOL Are we really talking about the same globes who would award sweepers to stuff like Mozart in the Jungle and nominate shit like Emily in Paris?

    I can get the argument about missing them from the film side, but they are super irrelevant when it comes to TV.

    The only exciting thing is deciding which hot new thing they're gonna award in Best Actress Comedy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hoster1 View Post
    So there's nothing of note.
    This 💀

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    I mean someone like Jane Levy would probably not be considered at all for the Emmys right now if she hadnít gotten the globes nom.

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    The same could also be said for Alex Newellís nom at CCA (because Iím still flabbergasted to why heís floating around at 4-7 on most predictions, what is the reason!?)

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    Quote Originally Posted by ginnala View Post
    I mean someone like Jane Levy would probably not be considered at all for the Emmys right now if she hadnít gotten the globes nom.
    Exactly. I donít know why some people are so deadset on declaring the Globes irrelevant and useless. Thatís just not the case, whatsoever.

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    So true. Whether people want to admit it or not, the Globes do help a show/performer Emmys chances.

    I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again. If Ramy didn’t win the Globe for Season 1, I doubt he would’ve gotten any Emmy buzz for Season 2. That win put Ramy on the radar and he ended up with two Emmys noms plus a SAG nom.

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    Best Actress, Limited

    Viola Davis, The First Lady (Showtime) - (5: 1)
    as Michelle Obama

    Olivia Colman, Landscapers (HBO) - (3: 0)
    as Susan Edwards*

    Beanie Feldstein, ACS: Impeachment (FX)
    as Monica Lewinsky

    Emily Blunt, The English (Amazon)
    as Cornelia Locke*

    Julia Garner, Inventing Anna (Netflix) - (2: 2)
    as Anna Delvey

    Vera Farmiga, Five Days At Memorial (Apple TV+) - (2: 0)
    as Dr. Anna Pou

    Mackenzie Davis, Station Eleven (HBO Max)
    as Kirsten*

    Alison Oliver, Conversations with Friends (Hulu)
    as Frances

    Claire Foy, A Very British Scandal (Amazon) - (2: 1)
    as Margaret Campbell

    Lily James, Pam and Tommy (Hulu)
    as Pamela Anderson

    Julia Robert, Gaslit (Starz)
    as Martha Mitchell

    Sienna Miller, Anatomy of a Scandal (Netflix)
    as Sophie Whitehouse*

    Michelle Pfeiffer, The First Lady (Showtime) - (1: 0)
    as Betty Ford

    Gillian Anderson, The First Lady (Showtime) - (5: 1)
    as Eleanor Roosevelt

    Jessica Chastain, Scenes From a Marriage (HBO)
    *

    Riley Keough, Daisy Jones & The Six (Amazon)
    as Daisy Jones*

    Amanda Seyfried, The Dropout (Hulu)
    as Elizabeth Holmes

    Kate McKinnon, Joe Exotic (NBC) - (8: 2)
    as Carole Baskin

    Nicole Kidman, Nine Perfect Strangers (Hulu) - (3: 2)
    as Masha

    Zoe Kazan, Clickbait (Netflix) - (1: 0)
    as Pia Brewer*

    Connie Britton, The White Lotus (HBO) - (4: 0)
    as Nicole Mossbacher*

    Hailee Steinfeld, Hawkeye (Disney+)
    as Kate Bishop*

    Iman Vellami, Ms. Marvel (Disney+)
    as Kamala Khan/Ms. Marvel*

    Adrienne Warren, Women of the Movement (ABC)
    as Mamie Till-Mobley

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    I wonder if She Hulk will be ready in time. Seems that's going to be positioned as a comedy series

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    Happy first day of eligibility everyone

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    Solid bet for a nom:

    "Like Sally Field, even though that's two names it's still one." Sallegend.



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    I guess here's my early drama predictions in order of likelihood of nomination (currently assuming the Lakers show, House of the Dragon, The Handmaid's Tale, and The Mandalorian are missing eligibility). I haven't actually watched most of the shows here, so please let me know if I made some picks that make little sense.

    Series

    1. Succession
    2. Ozark
    3. The Gilded Age
    4. The Wheel of Time
    5. The Morning Show
    6. Severance
    7. Euphoria
    8. Better Call Saul

    9. Killing Eve
    10. Bridgerton

    Actress

    1. Laura Linney, Ozark
    2. Zendaya, Euphoria
    3. Jennifer Aniston, The Morning Show
    4. Christine Baranski, The Gilded Age
    5. Rosamund Pike, The Wheel of Time
    6. Jodie Comer, Killing Eve

    7. Sandra Oh, Killing Eve
    8. Simone Ashley, Bridgerton

    Actor

    1. Jeremy Strong, Succession
    2. Brian Cox, Succession
    3. Jason Bateman, Ozark
    4. Adam Scott, Severance
    5. Tom Hiddleston, Loki
    6. Bob Odenkirk, Better Call Saul

    7. Sterling K. Brown, This Is Us
    8. Jonathan Bailey, Bridgerton

    Supporting Actress

    1. Julia Garner, Ozark
    2. Sarah Snook, Succession
    3. Carrie Coon, The Gilded Age
    4. Cynthia Nixon, The Gilded Age
    5. Hiam Abbass, Succession
    6. Julianna Margulies, The Morning Show
    7. Patricia Arquette, Severance
    8. Fiona Shaw, Killing Eve

    9. Hunter Schaefer, Euphoria
    10. J. Smith-Cameron, Succession

    Supporting Actor

    1. Nicholas Braun, Succession
    2. Kieran Culkin, Succession
    3. Matthew MacFayden, Succession
    4. Billy Crudup, The Morning Show
    5. Morgan Spector, The Gilded Age
    6. Steve Carell, The Morning Show
    7. Giancarlo Esposito, Better Call Saul
    8. Mark Duplass, The Morning Show

    9. Jonathan Banks, Better Call Saul
    10. Colman Domingo, Euphoria

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    I donít get the logic of Sterling K Brown missing for his final season for Odenkirk that couldnít happen last year when Brown made it inÖ

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    Quote Originally Posted by ginnala View Post
    I don’t get the logic of Sterling K Brown missing for his final season for Odenkirk that couldn’t happen last year when Brown made it in…
    Lol, this. And I bet he'll get plenty of juicy material, too.



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    Quote Originally Posted by ginnala View Post
    I don’t get the logic of Sterling K Brown missing for his final season for Odenkirk that couldn’t happen last year when Brown made it in…
    I don't think the Emmys are going to be putting the same focus on nominating people of color that they did in 2020. I think it's pretty clear that the Emmys made an active effort to nominate Black actors in 2020 to a much greater extent than they ever have before (which is how we got the completely unexpected nominations for people like Jeffrey Wright, Octavia Spencer, Tracee Ellis Ross, Andre Braugher, Tituss Burgess, Samira Wiley, Giancarlo Esposito, etc.), and I unfortunately think that that was more driven by what was happening at the time of the voting than it was by the Emmys permanently deciding to prioritize focusing on Black performers. Predicting Odenkirk missing for his final season if his show is making series and This Is Us probably isn't close to making series or any other non-guest acting category doesn't feel right to me. I guess it could happen, but I think a Better Call Saul shutout (or a nom for Esposito and no one else) is more likely, and I'm not at the point where I'm predicting that.

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    Ok but between Odenkirk and Brown, the one that has an Emmy and a SAG for the role, 4 nominations and soon 5 isnít Odenkirk. Brown has always been preferred all those years over Odenkirk, BLM effect or not. The fact that Ron Cephas Jones managed to win Guest again last year also shows he isnít just a name check. Actors prefer and have always preferred TIU over BCS. Both Brown and Odenkirk happening or neither is likelier, imo, then just Odenkirk.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ginnala View Post
    Ok but between Odenkirk and Brown, the one that has an Emmy and a SAG for the role, 4 nominations and soon 5 isn’t Odenkirk. Brown has always been preferred all those years over Odenkirk, BLM effect or not.
    Yes, but if Better Call Saul is getting into series and Sterling K. Brown is potentially the only representation for This Is Us outside of guest acting, I still think Odenkirk has the advantage there. I think Better Call Saul will likely perform better with the Emmys than it did in 2020, but I'm not convinced that This Is Us will.

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    Some of the "unexpected nominations" were expected for a lot of people At least smart people predicted some of these noms, me included. Saying they happened just because of BLM is just ignorant.



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    Quote Originally Posted by MrFilmkritik View Post
    Some of the "unexpected nominations" were expected for a lot of people At least smart people predicted some of these noms, me included. Saying they happened just because of BLM is just ignorant.
    No, not really. 2.99% of people on this forum predicted that Tracee Ellis Ross would return for example. Almost no one thought that Giancarlo Esposito would make it over Jonathan Banks for Better Call Saul. The idea that Tim Blake Nelson would be the one to miss from the Watchmen male supporting cast in favor of all 3 of Abdul-Mahteen, Adepo, and Gossett Jr. was dismissed by just about everyone. Basically no one predicted Octavia Spencer getting in for Self-Made. A single person voted for Samira Wiley in the poll for her category here, and the idea that she would be the one woman from The Handmaid's Tale to make it wasn't even entertained. Almost no one predicted Zendaya (which of course was a historic and inspired pick). Almost no one predicted that Andre Braugher would come back after so long. William Jackson Harper being nominated came out of nowhere (again, an inspired pick). Practically every surprise nomination last year except for the nominations for The Mandalorian and What We Do in the Shadows (and some of the overperformance for Succession like Nicholas Braun being nominated) involved a Black person being nominated. And I'm not criticizing that at all, it was great to see the Emmys addressing their history of racism, but it was a clear response to an active push for more Black representation, and I'm not convinced that will happen again to the same extent without an active push for it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lacourseauxetoiles View Post
    Yes, but if Better Call Saul is getting into series and Sterling K. Brown is potentially the only representation for This Is Us outside of guest acting, I still think Odenkirk has the advantage there.
    But itís literally what happened last year and Brown still happened over himÖ I just donít understand grouping him with the likes of Wiley or Ross when he is a perennial nominee that managed to maintain his Emmy and Sag nominations for years

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