‘An Emmy for Megan’ Is Back, and Megan Amram Says She Won’t Stop Until She Wins

‘An Emmy for Megan’ Is Back, and Megan Amram Says She Won’t Stop Until She Wins
An edited version of this story about “An Emmy for Megan” first appeared in the Down to the Wire issue of TheWrap’s Emmy magazine.

A lot has happened with Megan Amram in the past year. Her short-form comedy series “An Emmy for Megan,” a very funny deconstruction of Emmy rules that claims to exist solely to win its creator a golden statuette, landed two nominations and sent her to the Emmys — where she lost in the short-form series category to “James Corden’s James Corden,” and in the short-form acting category to 83-year-old Christina Pickles.

In the aftermath of that hard luck, the Emmys made a couple of rule changes in the shorts categories, including instituting a two-minute minimum on the length of short-form episodes after one of last year’s “Emmy for Megan” episodes pointed out that no minimum length existed.

(One of this year’s nominees, “Better
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