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Chasing Emmy

Summary: Join EW’s Editor in Chief Henry Goldblatt, Editor at Large Lynette Rice, and TV Critic Kristen Baldwin each week as they breakdown everything you need to know about the Emmy Awards. Hear debates on who should be nominated for TV’s biggest honor (Spoiler alert: They don’t always agree), pick up some fun facts (like how nominees are chosen), and hear exclusive interviews with your favorite stars. Along the way, you may even pick up some recommendations on what shows to binge!

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 Debra Messing returns home to 'Will & Grace' | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:44:47

The Best Comedy category is fierce competition this year. From breakout hits like The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel and Glow to fan favorites like Will & Grace and black-ish, Henry, Lynette, and Kristen debate which show should take home the top prize. Plus, Debra Messing joins the podcast to discuss the return of NBC's Will & Grace. She shares her inital hesitation about returning to the sitcom, and reveals which scene ended with her getting injured. Credits: Hosts: Henry Goldblatt (@henrygoldblatt), Lynette Rice (@lynetterice), and Kristen Baldwin (@kristengbaldwin) Producer/Editor: Patrick Antonetti (@pja477) at Cadence13 Supervising Producer: Cristina Everett (@cristinaeverett)

 Freddie Highmore delivers the perfect dose on 'The Good Doctor' | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:47:09

Henry, Lynette, and Kristen break down this week's category of Lead Actor in a Drama Series. Do Sterling K. Brown and Milo Ventimiglia both deserve nominations for their roles on This Is Us? Or will Benedict Cumberbatch's star power sway the votes? Plus, the hosts discuss what Roseanne's cancellation could mean for the Emmys this year. Freddie Highmore, the star of ABC's breakout hit The Good Doctor, also joins the podcast. Hear what it's like for him to shoot intense emotional scenes as Dr. Shaun Murphy, and what the prognosis is on season 2. Credits: Hosts: Henry Goldblatt (@henrygoldblatt), Lynette Rice (@lynetterice), and Kristen Baldwin (@kristengbaldwin) Producer/Editor: Patrick Antonetti (@pja477) at Cadence13 Supervising Producer: Cristina Everett (@cristinaeverett)

 Christine Baranski puts up a 'Good Fight' | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:38:16

This week's episode breaks down the category of Lead Actress in a Drama Series. Henry, Lynette, and Kristen reveal who they think is most deserving of a nomination, from Evan Rachel Wood's multi-layered role as Dolores in Westworld to Claire Foy's marvelous last season as Queen Elizabeth on The Crown. Will Elisabeth Moss score a repeat win? Or does Angela Bassett have what it takes to steal Viola Davis' spot? Plus: Christine Baranski calls in to dish about one of our favorite shows of the year, The Good Fight. Credits: Hosts: Henry Goldblatt (@henrygoldblatt), Lynette Rice (@lynetterice), and Kristen Baldwin (@kristengbaldwin) Producer/Editor: Patrick Antonetti (@pja477) at Cadence13 Supervising Producer: Cristina Everett (@cristinaeverett)

 Milo Ventimiglia on the impact of 'This is Us' | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:44:10

What show deserves to win Best Drama? Henry, Lynette, and Kristen break down this year's likely contenders, from Game of Thrones and Westworld to The Crown and The Americans. Will there be a dark horse nod or does Handmaid's Tale deserve a repeat win? Plus: Milo Ventimiglia joins the podcast and chats about his This is Us role. He shares some behind-the-scenes scoop on shooting one of the finale's most memorable scenes, and reveals how fans approach him differently now. Credits: Hosts: Henry Goldblatt (@henrygoldblatt), Lynette Rice (@lynetterice), and Kristen Baldwin (@kristengbaldwin) Producer/Editor: Patrick Antonetti (@pja477) at Cadence13 Supervising Producer: Cristina Everett (@cristinaeverett)

 Constance Zimmer is 'UnREAL' and in control | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:44:36

The category of Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama is this week’s topic, with a bevy of strong contenders to choose from. Does Millie Bobby Brown deserve to be the youngest recipient ever of an Emmy? Will Ann Dowd nab a second trophy for her role on Handmaid’s Tale? Henry, Lynette, and Kristen fight for their top picks, plus Constance Zimmer joins the show to talk about her favorite UnREAL scenes to shoot and what to expect from the upcoming “controversial” season 4. Credits: Hosts: Henry Goldblatt (@henrygoldblatt), Lynette Rice (@lynetterice), and Kristen Baldwin (@kristengbaldwin) Producer/Editor: Patrick Antonetti (@pja477) at Cadence13 Supervising Producer: Cristina Everett (@cristinaeverett)

 'Westworld' star Jeffrey Wright is unbreakable | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:48:41

This week’s episode dives into the Supporting Actor in a Drama Series category. Henry, Lynette, and Kristen debate who should take home this year’s trophy: Does David Harbour deserve another nom for Stranger Things? Which This Is Us star has the best chance? Plus: Westworld star Jeffrey Wright calls in to discuss his role as Bernard on the hit HBO show. He shares how he approaches playing such a complex character, what storyline (besides his own) keeps him the most interested, and how he learned his lesson in giving away spoilers. Credits: Hosts: Henry Goldblatt (@henrygoldblatt), Lynette Rice (@lynetterice), and Kristen Baldwin (@kristengbaldwin) Producer/Editor: Patrick Antonetti (@pja477) at Cadence13 Supervising Producer: Cristina Everett (@cristinaeverett)

 Bill Hader hits his mark on 'Barry' | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:40:21

We break down the Emmys race for Outstanding Lead Actor and Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series! Is it finally John Goodman's year? Does Donald Glover have a chance? Henry, Lynette, and Kristen offer their wild card picks on who they'd like to see get recognized this year, and what snubs still hurt. Plus, Bill Hader joins the podcast for a chat about his new HBO show "Barry." Credits: Hosts: Henry Goldblatt (@henrygoldblatt), Lynette Rice (@lynetterice), and Kristen Baldwin (@kristengbaldwin) Producer/Editor: Patrick Antonetti (@pja477) at Cadence13 Supervising Producer: Cristina Everett (@cristinaeverett)

 Introduction to Chasing Emmy | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:01:13

Join EW’s Editor in Chief Henry Goldblatt, Editor at Large Lynette Rice, and TV Critic Kristen Baldwin each week (starting April 30th) as they breakdown everything you need to know about the Emmy Awards. Hear debates on who should be nominated for TV’s biggest honor (Spoiler alert: They don’t always agree), pick up some fun facts (like how nominees are chosen), and hear exclusive interviews with your favorite stars. Along the way, you may even pick up some recommendations on what shows to binge!

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