Emmy Experts slugfest: Analyzing the always chaotic ballots [Watch]

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Emmy Experts slugfest: Analyzing the always chaotic ballots [Watch]
Emmy nomination ballots day is like Christmas morning in TV land (not to be confused with TV Land). Nomination ballots for the 73rd Primetime Emmy Awards dropped on Thursday, as voting commenced and runs through June 28, and Gold Derby editors and Experts Christopher Rosen and Joyce Eng are here to go through the biggest surprises. Well, some of them — we’re still wading through all 490,590 pages.

First things first, since the Emmys adopted a new rule last year stipulating that the number of slots per category outside of drama and comedy series, which are fixed at eight, will be proportional to the number of submissions, we go through the finalized slots in the major categories. Most notably, the comedy lead categories are down one slot to five each — you know, like how it used to be back in the day. Similarly, the comedy supporting categories are going from eight to seven.
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