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Can American Horror Story grab even more nominations than last year, or will other minis like Top of the Lake, Political Animals, and The Bible cut into its hold? And are they all just lining up to get bulldozed by Behind the Candelabra?
We can better understand the Emmy nominations and eventual winners by looking at the nominations ballots, which the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences releases publicly. At the very least, they can be good for a laugh.
The anti-Emmys have rolled out their ballot and there are plenty of dark horses but also some expected snubs.
Our final installment features zombies, newscasters who just don't give a darn, and a rambunctious dog!
Trying to logically consider possible winners and losers for the Globes is even more difficult than it is for the Emmys... so let's try it, shall we?
Plus: Another USA show is given a pink slip, Mythbusters meets Breaking Bad, and a first look at The Huntress on Arrow.
If there is any lesson to take from Political Animals, I suppose it would be a reinforcement of that old adage about the best laid plans of mice and men going awry.
We've already screened the pilot of Political Animals, the ambitious, much-anticipated miniseries that begins this weekend on USA. But is it worth your time? Here are some first impressions that might help you decide.
Plus: Get ready for a Hatfields & McCoys series, another singing show is en route, and The Office is keeping one of its new employees.