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Emmy episode analysis: Bill Hader (‘Barry’) tries to channel darkness while keeping his own prospects bright

Emmy episode analysis: Bill Hader (‘Barry’) tries to channel darkness while keeping his own prospects bright
Bill Hader is back to defend his Emmy title for Best Comedy Lead Actor for HBO’s “Barry.” In his quest to win a second consecutive trophy, Hader has submitted the episode “The Truth Has a Ring to It.”

We first see Barry talking with Fuchs (Stephen Root) in the aftermath of the Ronny, Lily and Detective Loach fiasco. Barry tries to break things off with Fuchs after Fuchs betrayed him by wearing a wire. Fuchs tries to reason with Barry, but Barry won’t hear any of it. He tells Fuchs that he doesn’t need him and that Gene (Henry Winkler) understands him, even after revealing what happened at Korengal. Fuchs questions whether Gene would be as understanding if he knew that Barry killed his girlfriend, Janice, and Barry walks away. Barry finishes training the Chechens who are plotting to ambush the Burmese gang that’s attempting to partner with the Bolivians.
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Emmy episode analysis: Rachel Brosnahan (‘The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel’) plays it blue in the Catskills

Emmy episode analysis: Rachel Brosnahan (‘The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel’) plays it blue in the Catskills
Winning an Emmy is no laughing matter, although “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” star Rachel Brosnahan certainly tries her best to make it one. Brosnahan has returned to the Best Comedy Actress race after winning the prize last year for playing Midge Maisel, a 1950s Manhattan housewife who decides to try her hand at stand-up comedy. It was one of eight prizes the Amazon series won overall, including Best Comedy Series.

For her episode submission, Brosnahan has chosen “Midnight at the Concord.” In this installment, Midge is vacationing with her family in the Catskills when she gets an opportunity to work the makeup counter at B. Altman. Desperate for a chance to redeem herself, she gets her soon-to-be boyfriend (Zachary Levi) to drive her back to the city. She then returns to the Catskills for a blue comedy performance set up by Susie (Alex Borstein), and is shocked to find her
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Tony Shalhoub is the Emmy front-runner for playing the ‘Marvelous’ Mr. Weissman, but 12 Experts disagree

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Tony Shalhoub is the Emmy front-runner for playing the ‘Marvelous’ Mr. Weissman, but 12 Experts disagree
Have the stars aligned for Tony Shalhoub (“The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel”) to win the Emmy for Best Comedy Supporting Actor? He was also nominated in this category last year for playing the title character’s high-strung dad Abe Weissman, but he lost to Henry Winkler (“Barry”). This year, though, the shoe is on the other foot, and the odds are ever in Shalhoub’s favor.

As of this writing Shalhoub is the front-runner with leading odds of 71/20 based on the combined predictions of thousands of Gold Derby’s registered users. Among those, he’s backed by 18 out of the 30 Expert journalists we’ve surveyed from top media outlets: Thelma Adams (Gold Derby), Michael Ausiello (TVLine), Jen Chaney (Vulture), Debbie Day (Rotten Tomatoes), Joyce Eng (Gold Derby), Chris Harnick (E!), Matthew Jacobs (Huffington Post), Kelly Lawler (USA Today), Wilson Morales (BlackFilm), Nikki Novak (Fandango), Robert Rorke (New York Post), Christopher Rosen (TVGuide.
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Emmys 2019: Clear Favorites and Top Challengers for This Year’s Winners (Column)

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If this felt like the longest, most expensive Emmy campaign in history, you might be right. For one thing, the 2019 Primetime Emmys will be held Sept. 22, which is the latest the ceremony has taken place since 2013. That also happened to be the last year of TV’s quaint, pre-streaming era, before outlets like Netflix and Amazon turned the Emmys into a big-budget battleground.

This year, the entry process began on Feb. 14, which means the nonstop, inescapable Emmy battle will have stretched for more than eight months by the time the final award is handed out next Sunday. In comparison, the Oscar race, which is just getting underway, will wrap on Feb. 9, less than five months from now.

Emmy season is a marathon of huge installations, panels, billboards, roundtables, print ads and special issues — this year leading to what has been pretty much a foregone conclusion: farewell victory laps by HBO
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Gold Derby TV Awards winners 2019: ‘Game of Thrones’ and ‘Fleabag’ rule, but voters spread the wealth

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Gold Derby TV Awards winners 2019: ‘Game of Thrones’ and ‘Fleabag’ rule, but voters spread the wealth
Game of Thrones” and “Fleabag” were the two biggest winners Wednesday morning at the 2019 Gold Derby TV Awards, taking Best Drama Series and Best Comedy Series, respectively, in addition to several other prizes. But neither show achieved a clean sweep. The more than 1,500 registered Gold Derby users who cast their votes spread the wealth in a variety of categories. Scroll down to see the complete list, and watch our complete announcement video above.

“Thrones” topped the list with five victories out of its 13 nominations. Its win for Best Drama Series is its fourth, setting a new record as the most awarded show in the 16-year history of these awards, breaking its tie with triple champs “Lost,” “Mad Men” and “Breaking Bad.”

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The HBO fantasy epic also won Ensemble of the Year for the third time. Peter Dinklage claimed Best Drama
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TV News Roundup: Netflix Announces Arsenio Hall’s Comedy Special Premiere Date

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In today’s TV news roundup, Netflix announced the premiere date for Arsenio Hall’s comedy special and a “Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” duo (among others) will guest star on “Elena of Avalor.”

Casting

“The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” stars Rachel Brosnahan and Tony Shalhoub, as well as Auli’i Cravalho (“Moana”), John Leguizamo (“When They See Us”), Taye Diggs (“All American”), Eugenio Derbez (“Overboard”) and Jamie-Lynn Sigler (“The Sopranos”) have lent their voices to Season 3 of the animated“Elena of Avalor,” which premieres Oct. 7 on Disney Junior. Diggs and Derbez guest star in a dia de los Muertos-themed episode in October, while Sigler portrays a princess visiting from a Latino Jewish kingdom in an episode airing in December. A royal coronation special will also air next year.

Programming

DirecTV announced the service will air 4K Hdr versions of select “Thursday Night Football” games on Fox starting with the Sept. 26 Philadelphia Eagles at Green Bay Packers game.
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Can Ben Whishaw, Michael Douglas and others win Emmys for non-nominated series?

Can Ben Whishaw, Michael Douglas and others win Emmys for non-nominated series?
It can be difficult to predict Emmy winners in the acting categories, but one correlation we’ve seen over the years is how often we see actors win for shows that are nominated for Best Series. Similar to the Oscars and how your chances increase if you’re competing for a Best Picture-nominated film, the Emmys liking a show enough to nominate it for Best Series tends to have a trickle-down effect. In fact, last year, only one person won a lead or supporting acting category at the Emmys for a program that did not have a corresponding series nomination — Regina King for “Seven Seconds” in Best Limited Series/Movie Actress. The question now becomes whether any actors from a non-nominated series could defy the odds at this year’s Emmys.

The biggest possibility of this going down would be in Best Comedy Actor. That’s because three of the
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So not ‘Marvelous’: Rachel Brosnahan is the least likely acting champ to defend their Emmy crown, fans say

So not ‘Marvelous’: Rachel Brosnahan is the least likely acting champ to defend their Emmy crown, fans say
Sorry, Rachel Brosnahan, but we’ve got some not-so ‘Marvelous’ news: 44 percent of our readers believe you are the least likely reigning Emmy champ to defend their crown.

The ‘Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” star is one of five 2018 regular series acting winners who could go back to back, but while her road to the Best Comedy Actress Emmy last year was bump-free, she has a lot more roadblocks this year. For one, six-time champ Julia Louis-Dreyfus (“Veep”) is back, looking to go 7 for 7 for the HBO satire. Brosnahan and Louis-Dreyfus have never competed against each other at any major awards show, so there’s no data at all. Jld is the favorite to repeat in our combined odds, with Phoebe Waller-Bridge (“Fleabag”) in second and Brosnahan in third. Catherine O’Hara (“Schitt’s Creek”), Natasha Lyonne (“Russian Doll”) and Christina Applegate (“Dead to Me”) round out the six. Of note: Brosnahan
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Emmys 2019: TVLine Readers Pick Their Favorites in 15 Key Categories, From Game of Thrones to Schitt's Creek

Emmys 2019: TVLine Readers Pick Their Favorites in 15 Key Categories, From Game of Thrones to Schitt's Creek
Game of Thrones will win very big at this year’s Emmy Awards… at least, if TVLine readers have any say in the matter.

Last month, we ran a series of polls ahead of the 71st annual Primetime Emmy Awards, asking who you think should emerge victorious in 15 major categories. But how did the results shake out? (Last year, our readership went only 3-for-15 with their top picks.)

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Emmy episode analysis: Henry Winkler seeks a bookend Emmy as lovable Gene on ‘Barry’

Emmy episode analysis: Henry Winkler seeks a bookend Emmy as lovable Gene on ‘Barry’
TV legend Henry Winkler finally won his first ever primetime Emmy last year for Best Comedy Supporting Actor for HBO’s “Barry.” After six nominations spanning his lengthy career, it was a moment to remember as he graciously accepted his Emmy to a rapturous standing ovation. He is back this year looking to defend his title.

On “Barry,” Winkler plays Gene Cousineau, an acting coach to a neurotic hit man (played by leading man and co-creator Bill Hader) who longs to be an actor. The veteran is enjoying a career renaissance decades after he became a TV superstar in the 1970s as Arthur “The Fonz” Fonzarelli on “Happy Days.” His Emmy win finally came after three consecutive Best Comedy Actor nominations for his role on the classic ABC sitcom (1976-1978), a nomination in 1979 for Best Informational Program for “Who Are the DeBolts?” and a nom for his guest turn on
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Emmy episode analysis: Marin Hinkle (‘The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel’) flees to Paris to find herself in stylish fashion

Emmy episode analysis: Marin Hinkle (‘The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel’) flees to Paris to find herself in stylish fashion
One of the many additions to “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel’s” Emmy nomination tally was Marin Hinkle, who earned her career-first bid in the Best Comedy Supporting Actress category. The veteran performer, who rose to prominence with a recurring role on “Two and a Half Men,” won her first Screen Actors Guild Award prize earlier this year as part of the show’s ensemble. She plays Rose Weissman, a 1950s Manhattan housewife whose daughter (Rachel Brosnahan) is trying her hand at stand-up comedy, much to her chagrin.

For her Emmy submission, Hinkle has chosen the Season 2 opener “Simone.” In this installment, an unhappy Rose abandons her home and moves to Paris, causing her daughter, Midge, and husband, Abe (Tony Shalhoub), to go find her. But she’s excited by her new bohemian lifestyle, and Abe decides to stay behind with her for an extended stay.

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Emmy episode analysis: ‘Barry’ scene-stealer Anthony Carrigan could take out the competition

Emmy episode analysis: ‘Barry’ scene-stealer Anthony Carrigan could take out the competition
Anthony Carrigan received his first Emmy nomination this year for playing scene-stealing NoHo Hank, a weirdly exuberant, theatrical but ultimately naive Chechen mobster on HBO’s “Barry.” He co-stars alongside co-creator and leading man Bill Hader, who plays a depressed hit man with aspirations to be an actor and gets caught up in the messy lives of mobster Hank and his ruthless but often incompetent gang of thugs.

Carrigan is contending in the Best Comedy Supporting Actor category against 2018 champ Henry Winkler and his other “Barry” co-star Stephen Root, plus previous winners Tony Hale (“Veep”) and Tony Shalhoub (“The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel”) and past nominee Alan Arkin (“The Kominsky Method”).

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Carrigan’s Emmy episode submission is “Past = Present x Future Over Yesterday,” which aired April 14 and was the third episode of the show’s second season.

In this episode,
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Emmy Handicaps 2019: Actor In A Comedy Series

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Emmy Handicaps 2019: Actor In A Comedy Series
This category is filled with veterans, including four past Emmy winners, albeit not necessarily winners in this particular category. Bill Hader is the reigning champ here, having won last year for the first season of Barry, but he has formidable competition from a past two-time Lead Actor Comedy winner, a past four-time nominee here, a current five-time nominee, a two-time Oscar winner who’s now back in a TV series for the first time in nearly 50 years, and a beloved Sctv vet with his first nomination since 1983.

Anthony Anderson

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Of all the nominees in this year’s Lead Actor Comedy category, Anthony Anderson is the most consistent in terms of nominations. He has gone to bat and been nominated five times for black-ish. He has also consistently lost, so can this finally be his year? He can take solace from a fellow nominee: Ted Danson, who was nominated
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Emmy episode analysis: Tony Shalhoub (‘The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel’) rocks a romper in ‘We’re Going to the Catskills!’

Emmy episode analysis: Tony Shalhoub (‘The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel’) rocks a romper in ‘We’re Going to the Catskills!’
Tony Shalhoub has earned his second consecutive Emmy nomination for Best Comedy Supporting Actor for his role as Abe Weissman in “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel.” This marks Shalhoub’s 10th career nomination. He earned eight consecutive nominations in the Best Comedy Lead Actor category for “Monk,” winning the award in 2003, 2005 and 2006. Shalhoub has entered the episode “We’re Going to the Catskills!” to Emmy voters.

In the episode, Abe takes his family on their yearly summer trip to the Catskills. Abe is worried about Midge (Best Comedy Actress nominee Rachel Brosnahan) and Rose (Best Comedy Supporting Actress nominee Marin Hinkle) packing too many outfits as he has precisely calculated the exact space he has in the family’s U-Haul. Once they arrive, Abe is horrified by the presence of a new gofer at the resort. As a man who hates change, Abe soon reduces the man to a puddle.

Midge
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Ted Danson is aiming to achieve an incredibly rare feat in the Best Comedy Actor Emmy category

Ted Danson is aiming to achieve an incredibly rare feat in the Best Comedy Actor Emmy category
Ted Danson is in a league of his own in the Best Comedy Actor Emmy category, having extended his own record to 13 nominations this year with a second straight bid for “The Good Place.” If he manages to take home the prize, he’d join even more rarified air as one of three men to have won the award for multiple shows.

The only two men to have to have been honored here for different shows are Richard Mulligan, who triumphed for “Soap” in 1980 and “Empty Nest” in 1989, and Michael J. Fox, who three-peated for “Family Ties” from 1986-88 and scored a record-tying fourth win for “Spin City” in 2000. All of the other 13 multiple Best Comedy Actor champs prevailed for one respective show, including Danson. He has two Emmys for “Cheers,” winning in 1990 and ’93, and was nominated for the entirety of the sitcom’s 11-season run. He returned to the
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Tony Hale may join the club of 3-time comedy supporting actor Emmy champs in this very unusual way

Tony Hale may join the club of 3-time comedy supporting actor Emmy champs in this very unusual way
Tony Hale is one of eight men to have won the Best Comedy Supporting Actor Emmy twice and he’ll have his final shot — for “Veep” at least — to upgrade to an even more exclusive club next month of three-time champs. If Hale does pull through with the win, he will stand alone in one way in the group: He’d be the only three-time champ who never had consecutive victories of any kind.

Just five men have scored a trio of statuettes in this category, all of whom won at least two Emmys back to back: Art Carney, Ed Asner (“The Mary Tyler Moore Show,” 1971-72, ’75), Michael Richards (“Seinfeld,” 1993-94, ’97), Brad Garrett (“Everybody Loves Raymond,” 2002-03, ’05) and Jeremy Piven (“Entourage,” 2006-08).

Hale’s previous triumphs came in 2013 and 2015, and he is one of three men, the others being “Modern Family’s” Eric Stonestreet and Ty Burrell, to have won this category twice this decade.
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Which defending acting Emmy champ is the least likely to repeat?

Which defending acting Emmy champ is the least likely to repeat?
Of the eight regular acting categories at the Emmys, three will definitely see new winners this year as drama lead champs Matthew Rhys (“The Americans”) and Claire Foy (“The Foy”) and drama supporting actress winner Thandie Newton (“Westworld”) are all gone for one reason or another, the former two for good. That leaves five categories in which we could have successful title defenses. But who’s the most susceptible to a loss?

Rachel Brosnahan

The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” was the toast of the Emmys last year, and with Julia Louis-Dreyfus (“Veep”) out of the way, Brosnahan collected her first Emmy on her first shot. In fact, Brosnahan has never lost a major award for “Maisel,” claiming an Emmy, two Golden Globes, two Critics’ Choice Awards and one Screen Actors Guild Award for Best Comedy Actress. But her Emmy title defense will be much tougher with Jld back and looking to
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As The World Turns' Trent Dawson Joins The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel

Soap fans know Trent Dawson can be hilariously funny and dramatic all at the same time from his popular run as Henry Coleman on As The World Turns and his brief stint as Huxley Lynch on General Hospital. But now everyone else will know, too, as the actor is making a guest appearance on the Amazon series The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel! "My office for today," Dawson teased with a shot of a director's chair stamped with the show's logo on set in Brooklyn, NY. View this post on Instagram My office for today A post shared by Trent Dawson (@trentdawsonofficial) on Aug 13, 2019 at 12:58pm Pdt The period comedy/drama, created by Amy Sherman-Palladino, centers around Miriam "Midge" Maisel (Rachel Brosnahan), a NYC housewife in 1958 who discovers that she has a talent for stand-up comedy. The supporting cast includes Alex Borstein, Tony Shalhoub, and Kevin Pollack. It premiered in 2017, and
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Emmys 2019 Poll: Who Should Win for Supporting Actor in a Comedy?

HBO’s Hollywood satire Barry clearly has some Emmy voters in its audience: Half of this year’s six nominees for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series hail from the sophomore series.

That includes TV icon Henry Winkler, who took home his first career Emmy last year in this category for his work as pompous acting coach Gene Cousineau. He’s joined this time around by two of his Barry co-stars: veteran actor Stephen Root, who finally nabbed his first-ever Emmy nod as Barry’s hitman handler Fuches; and relative newcomer Anthony Carrigan, who’s nominated for his scene-stealing
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Which 14 TV husbands and wives won Emmys in the same year? Who could join them in 2019?

Which 14 TV husbands and wives won Emmys in the same year? Who could join them in 2019?
It’s only happened 14 times that fictional TV husbands and wives have won Emmy Awards in the same year. Tour our photo gallery above to see who they were over the past 70 years. Our research is for drama and comedy series only (not TV movies or limited series).

And there are four possibilities that could join them at the 2019 ceremony: Jason Bateman and Laura Linney (“Ozark”), Milo Ventimiglia and Mandy Moore (“This Is Us”), Eugene Levy and Catherine O’Hara (“Schitt’s Creek”), and Tony Shalhoub and Marin Hinkle (“The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel”).

Here is a full list of the 14 couples who have achieved this before:

2014

Bryan Cranston and Anna Gunn (“Breaking Bad”)

2011

Ty Burrell and Julie Bowen (“Modern Family”)

2003

James Gandolfini and Edie Falco (“The Sopranos”)

2001

James Gandolfini and Edie Falco (“The Sopranos”)

1993

Tom Skerritt and Kathy Baker (“Picket Fences”)

1991

Timothy Busfield and Patricia Wettig (“thirtysomething”)

1986

Williams Daniels and
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