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2016 Emmy Predictions: Comedy Lead and Supporting Acting (June)

We’re expecting Lead Actor in a Comedy Series to look a lot like last year. We think five of six of last year’s nominees to return, the exception being Matt LeBlanc as Episodes didn’t air a new season during eligibility. That’s good news for Aziz Ansari (Master of None). The Parks and Recreation alumni’s Netflix show is expected to land ...

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2016 Emmy Predictions: Drama Lead and Supporting Acting (June)

In the Drama acting categories you’ll find broad support in Lead Actor for Bobby Cannavale (Vinyl), Bob Odenkirk (Better Call Saul) and Kevin Spacey (House of Cards), all of whom receive nomination predictions from all from The Emmy Experts. From there it gets tricky as Paul Giamatti (Billions), Louis C.K. (Horace and Pete) and Matthew Rhys (The Americans) fight for the ...

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Emmy Podcast #13: Emmy Submission Ballots, Guest/Writing/Directing Categories

The submission ballots for the 2016 Emmys are in and voting has begun. This podcast I have brought back Vox.com culture editor Todd VanDerWerff and AwardsWatch Emmy Experts Jonathan Boehle to break down some of the submission list, concentrating on the Guest, Writing and Directing categories since those give us actual episodes before the nominations are announced. We also talk ...

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2016 Emmy Predictions (May)

The May predictions for the 2016 Emmys from The Emmy Experts are here and you’ll see a lot of unity amongst the group but with a few eye-opening fringe predictions and even a few headscratchers. Jonathan and I are going out on a limb and predicting a shocking (or not so shocking?) snub in Comedy Series for 5-time winner Modern ...

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2016 Emmys: First Emmy Nomination Predictions (March)

  As we find ourselves in the second half of the 2015/2015 television season, AwardsWatch’s Emmy Experts are here with some picks for who we think is making it to Emmy nomination morning in July. There are still tons of major contenders that remain to be seen like the Roots reboot from The History Channel and Confirmation and All the Way from ...

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Directors Guild of America (DGA) Predictions for Television

  Proving once again that television is a medium of exploding diversity and opportunity (as opposed to feature film), the nominees for outstanding directing in television are packed with women and non-white minorities in a way the Oscars can only dream to be. In the category of Movies for Television and Miniseries alone women make up three of the five ...

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Screen Actors Guild (SAG) Preview and Predictions (TV)

  The television side of the Screen Actors Guild awards, much like the Golden Globes, often tends to step outside more than their film counterparts. With the film side there are months of critics awards, build up and momentum leading to the Emerald City of awards, The Oscars. That’s less so for the TV awards, which vary from being based ...

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