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‘Game of Thrones,’ ‘Marvelous Mrs. Maisel’ top 70th Primetime Emmy Awards

Game of Thrones managed another Drama Series win after losing both writing and directing for a total of 10 wins including its haul from last week’s Creative Arts Emmys. The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel made a near sweep of the comedy awards, taking home Lead Actress for Rachel Brosnahan, Supporting Actress for Alex Borstein, writing and directing for show creator Amy Sherman-Palladino …

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2018 Emmy Winner Predictions: Drama, Comedy, Limited Series and TV Movie

The fight for the top series categories is going to be a tough one this year as The Handmaid’s Tale will have to defend its title against two-time champ Game of Thrones, which it didn’t have to battle last year. While each show’s last season took some critical hits, and both aired only shortened seasons within the eligibility period, I’m …

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2018 Emmy Nomination Predictions

With the Emmy nominating ballots out we know now where certain performers are submitted and which writing and directing episodes will be in contention. Riley Chow of GoldDerby and I combed through the lists for our podcast last week and right here you can find my updated predictions based on the ballots and that podcast. There are a lot of …

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2018 Emmys: The Lead Actor in a Comedy Series Race

While the race for Lead Actor in a Comedy Series seems like a slam dunk for Donald Glover (Atlanta), there are some contenders looking for their first nomination here as well as one previous winner who won’t be in the running at all. The Returning Champ Donald Glover (Atlanta) is having quite a year. In just a space of a …

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2018 Emmy Predictions: Updated and Ranked

It’s time for some new and updated Emmy predictions, ranked for your pleasure! Covering Drama Series, Comedy Series, Limited Series, TV Movie plus lead and supporting acting categories. Guest categories to come at a later date. Who do you think is on top in Drama – The Handmaid’s Tale or Game of Thrones? Will it be Atlanta or The Marvelous …

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2019 Emmy Predictions: Returns, Reboots and Reigning Champs

Last year at the Emmys a huge presence was missing, the reigning Drama Series champion (two years running) Game of Thrones. Missing out on last season’s Emmy race opened the door for Hulu to capture its first series win in The Handmaid’s Tale, which earned a massive eight wins for its freshman season, second only to the first season of …

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Screen Actors Guild (SAG) Television Nominations have a GLOW about them

Netflix’s freshman comedy GLOW, about the early days of the Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling in the 80s dominated the ring today with four nominations: Ensemble, Female Actor (Alison Brie), Male Actor (Marc Maron) and Stunts. A handful of other new shows (mostly Netflix) landed multiple nominations as well, including Ozark, Godless and Emmy-winners The Handmaid’s Tale and This Is Us. …

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Get Out, Girls Trip, Three Billboards win African-American Film Critics Association awards

The African-American Film Critics Association (AAFCA) has chosen Get Out as the Best Picture of 2017, also awarding the film Best Director (Jordan Peele), Best Actor (Daniel Kaluuya) and another for Peele’s screenplay. Despite some post-release controversy and backlash both Detroit and Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri won prizes today. Detroit for its Ensemble and Song and Three Billboards for …

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