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shogun emmy: Shogun is a strong favorite to grab an Emmy? Here’s what we know

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When the Emmy nominations will be revealed this July, Netflix’ The Crown will become the only previously nominated show in the list, according to Hollywood Reporter. There are many great TV drama shows out there by Succession and Westworld and Better Call Saul having finally ended, some rookie shows will now have a shot at grabbing an Emmy award.

Which shows are facing the axe at the Emmys?

In some cases some previously nominated shows did not come back in time on digital platforms due to writers and actors strikes over the past year in order to be available, claim reports. These included the likes of Netflix’s Stranger Things, Squid Game and Bodyguard; HBO/Max’s Euphoria, House of the Dragon, The Last of Us and more, according to Hollywood Reporter.
Disney+’s Andor and The Mandalorian was also one of the leading contenders, alongside Hulu’s The Handmaid’s Tale; Apple TV+’s Severance; Amazon’s The Boys, but sadly, not anymore.

Shōgun being expanded to a drama series for an Emmy award?

This may be the primary reason why FX announced on May 16 that it is expanding Shōgun, one of the year’s most outstanding shows, from a limited series to a drama series, says Hollywood Reporter. According to reports, at least two more seasons are in the works, with the notable Hiroyuki Sanada, confirmed to return for the respective seasons.

Shōgun, being one of the most watched show FX has ever produced, on the basis of streaming hours globally, it can be expected that it will bag at least an award at Emmy.

FAQs:

Q1. Which is one of the most popular shows of FX?
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FX has produced some very entertaining shows but the crown will obviously go to Shōgun, which is one of the most-watched show it has ever produced. Q2. Which shows may definitely not receive an Emmy this year?
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A few shows like ‘Succession’ and ‘Better Call Saul’, which are out of the running, are finally not a part of the Emmy contenders list, making way for new content across digital platforms to grab an Emmy.

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