Emmys 2020: High Fidelity and 8 shows we hope don’t get snubbed

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Photo: Ben Mendelsohn and Cynthia Erivo in The Outsider.. Image Courtesy Bob Mahoney/HBO

We hope these eight shows don’t get snubbed at the Emmys 2020.

It won’t be much longer now until the Emmys 2020 nominations are announced and we’re starting to wonder which shows are going to make the final cut and which ones might wind up being snubbed.

It’s easy to predict some of the Emmys frontrunners after years of watching these award shows. Television series that swept the ceremony in the past is a shoo-in to get nominated again, while some newcomers are less sure. Here are eight shows we really hope can secure a nomination in some capacity or other!

8. Emmys 2020: High Fidelity

High Fidelity is a romantic-comedy series starring Zoë Kravitz and a remake of the original film of the same name. It was one of those television shows that did not seem necessary and yet proved itself during its first season run on Hulu.

A lot of the series worked primarily because of Kravitz’s charm, so I’d love to see her secure a nomination.

But it would also be a shame for the voters to ignore the sharp and hilarious comedic work done by Da’Vine Joy Randolph, who played Cherise, one of Rob’s best friends and coworkers at the record store.

7. Emmys 2020: The Outsider

The Outsider was an exciting, well-written, and extremely tense psychological thriller based on the Stephen King novel of the same name and composed of an all-star cast of actors including the likes of Cynthia Erivo, Ben Mendelsohn, Jason Bateman, and more. Many are hoping that Erivo earns a nomination for her performance as paranormal investigator Holly Gibney.

It’s hard to say if it’ll happen though, mainly because it seems like The Outsider failed to make a lasting impression on audiences. Despite being well-reviewed by critics, it has sort of fallen out of the main bubble of pop culture buzz, which is a shame.

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