Television’s best shows over the past year will be recognized this Sunday at the 68th annual Primetime Emmy Awards hosted by Jimmy Kimmel. The industry’s biggest stars will flood Los Angeles hoping to bring home some hardware in recognition for the shows they have put countless hours and dedication into. Although the Academy is known to honor the same shows time after time, this year could see some sleepers and talented newcomers come away with awards. Below are my predictions and also who I would like to see win for some of the major categories.
If you would like to read a review of the Season 6 premiere of American Horror Story or American Horror Story: Roanoke, click here. This season has started off much different than past seasons in that we did not know the theme until the first episode and even that didn’t give too much away. While the jury is still out on that strategy, I’m kind of liking it so far. If you are looking for more information on this season, FX has released a new preview for Season 6. Because of the preview’s slightly spoilery nature, please continue to the next page.
Disillusioned with the intelligence community, top contractor Edward Snowden (Joseph Gordon-Levitt) leaves his job at the National Security Agency. He now knows that a virtual mountain of data is being assembled to track all forms of digital communication, not just from foreign governments and terrorist groups, but from ordinary Americans. When Snowden decides to leak this classified information, he becomes a traitor to some, a hero to others and a fugitive from the law.