streaks vying for between five and eight slots in each category, and a voting mas of 25,000 boneheads with historically patterned likings and reliably strange conceits. At this moment, a deserved applicant composing a sign is more of a supernatural than a justified achievement.
And you know what? Miracles happened this disgustingly sweaty Tuesday morning! When They See Us scored 16 nominations. Christina Applegate came in for her career-best work in Dead to Me . em> Emmy nominee Billy Porter!
But make no mistake, we’re still groaning, as always. The Television Academy going so laughably overboard on the handful of evidences it seemed to really affection required a knot of horrific misses.( Julia Roberts, for one, must not be happy .) And what does The Good Fight em> required to do to get on the Emmys radar?
So as we continue to digest the year’s nominees–see the full list here–here’s what we’re most agreeably surprised and fiercely exasperated about.( Though, it’s nice, for formerly, for it to lean more towards the onetime !)
SURPRISE: The’ When They Picture Us &# x27; Domination
The restriction successions categories were stacked this year with high-profile introductions with casts teeming with most famous person, making