This category has proven to be such a shrug for the past two years that the TV Academy should really consider merging it back with Best Limited Series, especially since the acting categories are still combined. In this lineup, Netflix is holding on to four nominees and just trying to keep “Bad Education” of HBO out of the top spot. The most nominated TV movie of the lot is “El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie” but did the Aaron Paul miss mean anything? Let’s see if it matters at all in the end.
AND THE PREDICTED NOMINEES ARE:
4 mentions for the return of our Jesse Pinkman and there were many fans.
The television movie definitely underperformed missing out on key nods including Aaron Paul
In the wake of his dramatic escape from captivity, Jesse Pinkman must come to terms with his past in order to forge some kind of future.
Viewers liked the film, feeling as though it could have even had a run in theaters and move towards some Oscar attention.
2 nods for just the film and Hugh Jackman. HBO will need push it hard in Phase 2.
A superintendent of a school district works for the betterment of the student’s education when an embezzlement scheme is discovered, threatening to destroy everything.
One nod and one nod only for Netflix's "American Son," which was expected to pull a donut. Does the show some underlying support?
It's hard to be the "Grand Hotel" of the Oscar world. It's even harder to be the "Grand Hotel" of the Emmy world.
Time passes and tension mounts in a Florida police station as an estranged interracial couple awaits news of their missing teenage son.
Interactive media is becoming a staple of Netflix's repertoire and the expansion on the great "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt" series was well received.
Two nods only. This category is very devoid of any passion that anyone can win just on rolling the dice.
Kimmy's a famous author and she's about to marry a prince! But first she has to foil the Reverend's evil plot. It's your move: What should Kimmy do next?