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2019 Emmy Awards Calendar 

June 10th  - Nomination-round voting begins

June 24th (10:00 PM) - Nomination-round voting ends

July 16th - Nominations announced

August 15th - Final-round voting begins

August 29th (10:00 PM) Final-round voting ends

September 14th (Saturday) & September 15th (Sunday) - Creative Arts Awards and Governors Ball Events

September 22 (Sunday) - Prime Time Emmy Awards, FOX Telecast and Governors Ball

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2019 Emmy Awards Calendar 

June 10th  - Nomination-round voting begins

June 24th (10:00 PM) - Nomination-round voting ends

July 16th - Nominations announced

August 15th - Final-round voting begins

August 29th (10:00 PM) Final-round voting ends

September 14th (Saturday) & September 15th (Sunday) - Creative Arts Awards and Governors Ball Events

September 22 (Sunday) - Prime Time Emmy Awards, FOX Telecast and Governors Ball

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Emmy nomination ballot was released today.  Here are TBBT submissions...

Johnny and Jim in Lead Actor in a Comedy Series

Simon and Kunal in Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series

Kaley, Melissa and Mayim in Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series

In Writing they submitted The Stockholm Syndrome

All of TBBT nomination submissions can be found HERE

 

 

 

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From The Hollywood Reporter

Emmys: Why Voters Should Give 'Veep,' 'Big Bang Theory' and Other Ending Series One Final Look

As the Emmy drama field wilted under pressure from the dragon-led behemoth that was the final season of Game of Thrones, the TV Academy could fill the comedy categories with excellence three or four times over.

Another exceptional class of freshman half-hours — think Russian Doll, Ramy, The Kominsky Methodor Kidding — is sure to attract attention from those lovers of the shiny and new, but here's hoping voters remember the myriad departing comedies eligible for the last time.

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And what of CBS' The Big Bang Theory? This departing sensation has always portrayed itself as an audience favorite and awards afterthought even though it has been a frequent series nominee and Jim Parsons was, for a while, nearly as much an Emmy inevitability as Louis-Dreyfus. Might an emotional and generally well-received finale yield directing and writing nominations? Or will Emmy voters look to smaller favorites and decide that when it comes to awards accolades for The Big Bang Theory, as Don Draper put it, that's what the money's for?

<full article in the link>

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1 hour ago, vonmar said:

From The Hollywood Reporter

Emmys: Why Voters Should Give 'Veep,' 'Big Bang Theory' and Other Ending Series One Final Look

As the Emmy drama field wilted under pressure from the dragon-led behemoth that was the final season of Game of Thrones, the TV Academy could fill the comedy categories with excellence three or four times over.

Another exceptional class of freshman half-hours — think Russian Doll, Ramy, The Kominsky Methodor Kidding — is sure to attract attention from those lovers of the shiny and new, but here's hoping voters remember the myriad departing comedies eligible for the last time.

<snip>

And what of CBS' The Big Bang Theory? This departing sensation has always portrayed itself as an audience favorite and awards afterthought even though it has been a frequent series nominee and Jim Parsons was, for a while, nearly as much an Emmy inevitability as Louis-Dreyfus. Might an emotional and generally well-received finale yield directing and writing nominations? Or will Emmy voters look to smaller favorites and decide that when it comes to awards accolades for The Big Bang Theory, as Don Draper put it, that's what the money's for?

<full article in the link>

Interesting indeed!

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From Gold Derby

Emmy spotlight: Will Bob Newhart make a ‘Big Bang’ with a guest role 2-peat?

At 89, comic actor Bob Newhart doesn’t need the validation of shiny showbiz trinkets to prove he is a legend far beyond his own button-down mind. With a career that spans nearly six decades, he has won enough honors — ranging from the Mark Twain Prize for American Humor in 2002 to Gold Derby’s own Career Achievement Award that he received earlier this month.

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It took a show about awkward nerds, CBS’ “The Big Bang Theory,” for Newhart to finally be rewarded with an individual Emmy, thanks to his 2013 guest role as Dr. Arthur Jeffries aka Professor Proton,  The host of a children’s science show that Jim Parson‘s Sheldon and Johnny Galecki‘s Leonard loved as kids. now makes appearances at children’s parties. The pair hire him and he is a little unnerved to entertain adult physicists.

When Professor Proton falls ill, he recruits Sheldon to fill in for him at a Korean child’s birthday party. Newhart’s character would show up on 5 more episodes, despite the fact he has gone onto that great science lab in the sky. That doesn’t stop Sheldon from consulting his hero in his dreams, including during an episode on the show’s 12th and final season.

Gold Derby’s combined user odds find Newhart in third place among guest actors in a comedy show, right below Peter MacNicol from “Veep” and John Mulaney from “Saturday Night Live.” The actor also appeared on two episodes of “The Big Bang Theory” spin-off “Young Sheldon” in 2017. It would be great just to hear monologist Newhart launch into what surely would be a memorable acceptance speech.

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