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Emmys: ‘American Horror Story’, ‘The Sinner,’ ‘American Vandal’ can no longer compete in Limited Series

American Horror Story: Apocalypse (photo: Kurt Iswarienko/FX); The Sinner (photo: Peter Kramer/USA Network), American Vandal (photo: Scott Patrick Green/Netflix) The Television Academy announced yesterday that the anthologies American Horror Story, The Sinner and American Vandal won’t be allowed to compete in Limited Series and will be eligible in Drama Series and down the line in the Drama categories, or possibly …

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2018 Emmys: FINAL Emmy Nomination Predictions in Drama, Comedy, Limited Series/TV Movie, Reality and Variety

The nominations for the 70th Primetime Emmy Awards are in just a few days and I have my FINAL predictions in Drama Series, Comedy Series, Limited Series, TV Movie, all acting, writing and directing and Variety and Reality categories. After you’ve perused these surefire predictions, take a trip over the newest Emmy podcasts with Awardsdaily TV’s Joey Moser and GoldDerby’s …

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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 Actress in a Limited Series or TV Movie Race

Unlike the series categories, there are no ‘returning champs’ in the Limited Series/TV categories…well, not exactly. Anthologies such as American Horror Story feature returning actors (like Sarah Paulson, below) but not necessarily in recurring roles. Then there is the case of Elisabeth Moss in Top of the Lake. While not an anthology, but a continuation of a short-form miniseries, she …

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From Tamar-kali to Ronit Kirchman: 5 Female Composers You Should Know

More and more, female composers are giving some of film, television and multi-media’s most memorable and impactful scores. Here are five that we think you should know about. Ariel Marx is an award-winning composer and multi-instrumentalist whose scores have premiered alongside films at Sundance, Tribeca, SXSW – winning awards at several for her musical contributions.  She recently scored Jennifer Fox’s, The Tale (Laura …

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