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Thread: 2018-19 INOCA TV Awards: NOMINATION ROUND!!!

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    i can't help you with that benutty's Avatar
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    PROGRAM OF THE YEAR
    and
    REALITY/NON-FICTION PROGRAM

    THE REAL HOUSEWIVES OF NEW YORK CITY

    it deserves your vote for this scene alone
    from an Oscar worthy team of directors, editors and sound mixers
    one of the best episodes of reality television of all time
    S10E16
    airdate: 25 July 2018


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    Quick question, are we still allowing voice performances to be nominated for acting categories? I know we used to do this, but I wasn't sure if we'd changed rules.

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    Quote Originally Posted by arun View Post
    Quick question, are we still allowing voice performances to be nominated for acting categories? I know we used to do this, but I wasn't sure if we'd changed rules.
    Yup, still allowed!

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    Also FYC:

    I THINK YOU SHOULD LEAVE for Program of the Year


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    Quote Originally Posted by Howard Beale's Toothpaste View Post
    Also FYC:

    I THINK YOU SHOULD LEAVE for Program of the Year

    OMG, and Ruben Rabasa for Guest Actor in a Comedy Series!

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    Unfortunately, I can't vote, but I will try to campaign a little:

    Directing for a Drama Series- Jamie Childs, Demons of the Punjab (Doctor Who)

    Leading Actress in a Drama Series- Jodie Whittaker, Doctor Who

    Supporting Actor in a Drama Series- Bradley Walsh, Doctor Who

    I put these two in bold because Whittaker and Walsh absolutely deserve nominations. Their performances carried the entire show. One is a triumph of likability, energy, and warmth, and the other demonstrates deep pathos and wisdom.

    Seriously, Jodie Whittaker and Bradley Walsh gave two terrific performances. It's about time they get some kind of recognition for their work on Doctor Who.

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    I don't know if this is relevant here, but Does anyone know when the Empire Awards nominations will be announced?

    The ceremony is listed for July 7th (according to google), but there hasn't been any word on nominations.

    And what's going on with the Saturn Awards?

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    IN ALL CATEGORIES AND:

    Best Comedy Series
    Best Actress in a Comedy Series: Maya Erskine
    Best Writing for a Comedy Series: "Posh"
    Best Ensemble
    Emmy Nominee, Asante Blackk

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    Asante Blackk, Queen Samira Wiley's nephew:


    PROGRAM OF THE YEAR
    LIMITED SERIES/TV MOVIE
    LEAD ACTOR: Jharrel Jerome
    LEAD ACTRESS: Niecy Nash, Aunjanue Ellis
    SUPPORTING ACTRESS: Kylie Bunbury
    SUPPORTING ACTOR: Michael Kenneth Williams, John Leguizamo & Asante Blackk
    Emmy Nominee, Asante Blackk

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    Quote Originally Posted by OnTheAisle View Post
    FYC
    Program of the Year
    Hannah Gadsby: Nanette

    For I second I was confused why this trailer has so many dislikes and started reading the comments. Big mistake.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vektor View Post
    For I second I was confused why this trailer has so many dislikes and started reading the comments. Big mistake.
    Have you seen the show? I was surprised at the lack of response to it on AW. I think it is one of the best one person programs I have seen.
    Aisle be seeing you in all the old familiar places

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9l44_n60QQ8

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    Quote Originally Posted by OnTheAisle View Post
    Have you seen the show? I was surprised at the lack of response to it on AW. I think it is one of the best one person programs I have seen.
    Not yet. Hopefully I will be able to watch it before the deadline.

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    How do we count a TV season that straddles the date threshold, airing episodes both before and after June 1, 2018? The individual episode nominations are pretty clear cut (just the episodes airing after that, right?), but I'm wondering about the program nomination.

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    FYC Line of Duty



    Drama Series
    Drama Actor (Adrian Dunbar)
    Supporting Drama Actor (Stephen Graham)
    Guest Drama Actress (Anna Maxwell Martin)

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    FYC



    Programme of the Year
    Drama Series
    Lead Actress (Sarah Paulson)
    Lead Actor (Cody Fern)
    Supporting Actress (Frances Conroy)
    Guest Actress (Jessica Lange)
    Drama Directing (Return to Murder House)



    Drama Actress (Jodie Whittaker)
    Drama Writing (Rosa)



    Comedy Series
    Comedy Actress (Saoirse Monica Jackson)
    Comedy Supporting Actress (Siobhan McSweeney)
    Comedy Supporting Actress (Jamie-Lee O'Donnell)
    Comedy Ensemble
    New Programme



    Drama Series
    Lead Actor (James Franco)
    Lead Actress (Maggie Gyllenhaal)
    Supporting Actor (Gary Carr)



    Drama Series
    Drama Actress (Christine Baranski)
    Drama Supporting Actress (Audra McDonald)
    Drama Supporting Actor (Michael Sheen)



    Variety, Comedy or Music Programme
    Programme of the Year



    Drama Series
    Lead Actress (Mj Rodriguez)
    Lead Actor (Billy Porter)
    Supporting Actress (Indya Moore)
    Supporting Actor (Evan Peters)
    Drama Directing (Love is the Message)
    Drama Directing (Mothers Day)
    Drama Directing (Pilot)
    Drama Writing (Love Is the Message)
    Drama Writing (Mother’s Day)
    Drama Ensemble
    New Programme
    Programme of the Year



    Comedy Series
    Comedy Lead Actress
    Comedy Supporting Actor
    Comedy Supporting Actress
    Comedy Guest Actress (Chrissy Metz)
    Comedy Ensemble
    Programme of the Year



    Reality/Non-Fiction
    Programme of the Year



    Comedy Series
    Comedy Lead Actor (Kayvan Novak)
    Comedy Guest Actress (Tilda Swinton)
    Comedy Guest Actress (Bennie Feldstein)
    Comedy Guest Actor (Doug Jones)
    Comedy Directing (The Trial)
    Comedy Writing (Ancestry)
    Comedy Ensemble
    New Series
    Programme of the Year

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    FYC: Writing for a Comedy Series

    "Pool", Shrill

    While Shrill’s six-episode first season is a fun and thoughtful ride all the way through, it’s “Pool” that is destined for the year-end best-of lists that will arrive nine months after its premiere.
    How Shrill Made Its Dream ‘Fat Babe Pool Party’ a Reality: “I almost cried because it was so beautiful.”
    How Shrill's Mindblowing Fat Babe Pool Party Episode Came To Be
    Shrill’s Pool Party Episode Showcases a Special Kind of Joy

    "Andre and Sarah", Forever

    “Andre and Sarah” follows a pair of “low-level realtors,” Sarah (Big Little Lies’ Hong Chau) and Andre (The Chi’s Jason Mitchell), as they fall in love over a series of open houses and conversations about “big-ass questions,” like the viability of marriage and mankind’s inherent morality. It’s an achingly beautiful, stunningly-performed 33 minutes. While Forever brings Oscar and June’s meandering story to a relatively satisfying conclusion, it’s Sarah and Andre’s heartbreaking tale that will stay with me. Treat yourself — it’ll be the best one-episode binge you’ve had all year.
    The Beauty and Brilliance of Forever’s Stand-alone Episode
    One episode of Forever is the best thing you'll see on TV this year
    'Forever': Inside the Amazon Dramedy's Bottle Episode

    "Chase Gets the Gays", The Other Two

    Just because the LGBTQ community is more “accepted”—whatever that may mean—or at the very least has more representation on television, doesn’t mean that Very Special Episodes aren’t still produced, important, or, in the case of The Other Two’s triumphant outing that aired Thursday night, a crowning achievement in the genre.
    ‘The Other Two’: Inside TV’s Best ‘Very Special Gay Episode’…Ever?
    “The Other Two” Is One Of The Best Shows About Gay Men On TV Right Now
    How The Other Two Perfectly Captured the Life Cycle of an Internet Sensation

    "Janet(s)", The Good Place

    “Janet(s)” is the best episode yet of this third season of The Good Place and one of the best TV episodes of the year. It could have collapsed into a gimmick. Having Carden play five of the show’s six main characters could have been little more than an excuse to overload on Carden’s pitch-perfect impressions of the show’s other actors. Instead, the episode becomes something moving, a surprisingly romantic and sweet story about two people finding each other while in the process finding themselves.
    The Good Place offers one of its best episodes ever with “Janet(s)”
    How The Good Place Made Its Very Special Janet Episode

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    THE OTHER TWO



    Program of the Year
    Comedy Series
    Leading Actor in a Comedy Series (Drew Tarver)
    Leading Actress in a Comedy Series (Helene York)
    Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series (Ken Marino)
    Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series (Molly Shannon)
    Guest Actor in a Comedy Series (Richard Kind)
    Guest Actress in a Comedy Series (Wanda Sykes)
    Guest Actress in a Comedy Series (Kate Berlant)
    Directing for a Comedy Series (Chase Drops His First Album)
    Writing for a Comedy Series (Chase Gets the Gays)
    Ensemble in a Comedy Series
    New Series




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    Quote Originally Posted by alias571 View Post
    [CENTER][SIZE=5]THE OTHER TWO
    sis vote for RHONY in all categories

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jonathan View Post
    Yup, still allowed!
    Perf! Then a huge FYC for BIG MOUTH



    Program of the Year, Comedy Series and Writing for a Comedy Series for My Furry Valentine

    but also to save a few barren categories:

    Best Actor in a Comedy Series, Nick Kroll
    Best Actor in a Comedy Series, John Mulaney
    Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series, David Thewlis
    Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series, Maya Rudolph

    Also, co-signing Maya Erskine who is so so great on PEN15 - hands down the comedic performance of the season.
    Last edited by arun; 06-24-2019 at 09:39 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by benutty View Post
    sis vote for RHONY in all categories

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