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We’re also bringing back Ted Danson and Anthony Anderson to the mix, adding in another huge star in Jim Carrey, and taking a risk by removing perennial nominee William H.Macy in favor of another Showtime star, Don Cheadle.“Black-ish” remains a show that voters continue to nominate.With only seven slots, that leaves buzzy “Fleabag” and “Russian Doll” as potential nominees as well, perhaps pushing the two broadcast shows out.Also throwing in TV superstars Connie Britton and Julianna Margulies here, as a nod to two names Academy members will likely gravitate to.And then throw in three more A-list names: Michelle Williams, Amy Adams, and Emma Stone.Jason Bateman, “Ozark” Bob Odenkirk, “Better Call Saul” Sterling K.
And when it comes time to predict this year’s nomination slate, we’re going mostly with the predictable. But “Game of Thrones,” even with fan outrage over the finale, is still the one to beat. Maisel” (Amazon Prime) “Barry” (HBO) “GLOW” (Netflix) “Black-ish” (ABC) “The Kominsky Method” (Netflix) “The Good Place” (NBC) Could also be nominated: “Fleabag” (Amazon Prime); “Russian Doll” (Netflix)Nice surprise: “Schitt’s Creek” (Pop); “Better Things” (FX) As we’ve been saying all along, this category really comes down to previous winner “Veep” vs. Maisel.” I’m going a bit on a limb in putting “The Good Place” on the list, but that show continues to gain momentum thanks to streaming viewers.But times — and the makeup of the Academy — are changing, and perhaps we’ll see the arrival of fresh blood on Tuesday when this year’s Emmy nominations are announced.Programs like “Fleabag,” “Schitt’s Creek,” “Russian Doll,” “Pose,” Succession,” “Homecoming,” “The Good Fight,” “Patriot Act with Hasan Minhaj,” and “Desus & Mero” are currently in the zeitgeist and deserve to be in the conversation alongside some of the tried-and-true contenders.Throw in Hugh Grant, doing his first TV in years, and then Benicio Del Toro, Jared Harris and Sam Rockwell doing what they do best.And finally, bring back an old favorite: Ian Mc Shane, reprising his iconic “Deadwood” role as Al Swearingen.