Shots in Em­mys

Search for miss­ing crew­men re­sumes

The New Zealand Herald - - NEWS - — Wash­ing­ton Post Martin John­ston

If At­lanta doesn’t take the main prize, like it did at the Golden Globes, Glover will cer­tainly win — just like he did at the Golden Globes.

Don­ald Glover He’s great in this show, but let’s also think of it as re­venge for the Em­mys snub­bing Com­mu­nity.

Jef­frey Tam­bor He’s won for his ground­break­ing role in Trans­par­ent for two years run­ning, and could eas­ily con­quer a third time.

De­serves to win: Dark horse: Out­stand­ing lead ac­tress in a com­edy se­ries

Ju­lia Louis-Drey­fus, Veep (HBO) Tracee El­lis Ross, Black-ish (ABC) Lily Tom­lin, Grace and Frankie (Net­flix) Jane Fonda, (Net­flix) El­lie Kem­per, Un­break­able Kimmy Sch­midt (Net­flix) Al­li­son Jan­ney, Mom (CBS) Pamela Ad­lon, Bet­ter Things (FX)

Ju­lia Louis- Grace and

Will prob­a­bly win:

Frankie Drey­fus Selina Meyer will likely land her sixth (!) Emmy in a row on Sun­day.

El­lie Kem­per Se­ri­ously, has a part ever fit­ted an ac­tress bet­ter than Kem­per with Kimmy Sch­midt?

Pamela Ad­lon She was the sur­prise nom­i­nee here, so she just might eke out a sur­prise vic­tory, too.

De­serves to win: Dark horse: Out­stand­ing sup­port­ing ac­tor in a com­edy se­ries

Louie An­der­son, Bas­kets (FX) Ty Bur­rell, Mod­ern Fam­ily (ABC) Alec Bald­win, Saturday Night Live (NBC) Ti­tuss Burgess, Un­break­able Kimmy Sch­midt (Net­flix) Tony Hale, Veep (HBO) Matt Walsh, Veep (HBO)

Alec Bald­win Well, clearly. Don’t you want to see his speech?

Will prob­a­bly win: De­serves to win:

Alec Bald­win He dom­i­nated the zeit­geist last fall with his Trump im­pres­sion. Louie An­der­son Be­cause he won last year, and the

Dark horse:

Fol­low all the Emmy ac­tion at nzher­ald.co.nz Em­mys al­ways throw a few sur­prises in there.

Out­stand­ing sup­port­ing ac­tress in a com­edy se­ries

Saturday Night Live Vanessa Bayer, (NBC) Les­lie Jones, (NBC) Kate McKin­non, (NBC) Kathryn Hahn, Trans­par­ent (Ama­zon) Ju­dith Light, “Trans­par­ent (Ama­zon) Anna Ch­lum­sky, Veep (HBO)

Kate McKin­non She earned the tro­phy last year, and her Hil­lary Clin­ton im­per­son­ation only cat­a­pulted her to fur­ther fame this year. Saturday Night Live Saturday Night Live

Will prob­a­bly win: De­serves to win:

Kate McKin­non McKin­non was all over the place as Clin­ton, from the de­bate skits to that Hal­lelu­jah per­for­mance.

Anna Ch­lum­sky You can’t over­look Veep.

Dark horse: Out­stand­ing lim­ited se­ries

The Night Of (HBO) Big Lit­tle Lies Fargo (FX) Feud: Bette and Joan (FX) Ge­nius (Na­tional Ge­o­graphic)

Big Lit­tle Lies Some­thing tells us Emmy vot­ers can’t re­sist the Wither­spoon-Kid­man star power of Big Lit­tle Lies.

Big Lit­tle Lies The Night Of and Feud were also ir­re­sistible, yet all of the el­e­ments of BLL came to­gether un­usu­ally flaw­lessly.

Will prob­a­bly win: De­serves to win: Dark horse:

(HBO)

The Night Of The HBO se­ries had tons of crit­i­cal ac­claim — it just aired so long ago.

Out­stand­ing TV movie

Black Mir­ror (Net­flix) Dolly Par­ton’s Christ­mas Of Many Col­ors: Cir­cle Of Love (NBC) Im­mor­tal Life of Hen­ri­etta Lacks (HBO) Sher­lock: The Ly­ing De­tec­tive (PBS) The Wizard of Lies (HBO)

The Wizard of

Will prob­a­bly win:

Lies Robert de Niro as Bernie Mad­off has the right el­e­ments for an Emmy vic­tory: recog­nis­able name, fa­mous story and on HBO.

Black Mir­ror Yes, it’s tech­ni­cally an episode of a TV show — just trust us, San Ju­nipero is that good.

De­serves to win: Dark horse:

tec­tive Never drama. bet Sher­lock: The Ly­ing De- against a solid PBS

Out­stand­ing va­ri­ety sketch se­ries

Billy on the Street (truTV) Doc­u­men­tary Now! (IFC) Drunk His­tory (Com­edy Cen­tral) Port­landia (IFC) Saturday Night Live (NBC) Tracey Ull­man’s Show (HBO)

Saturday Night

Will prob­a­bly win:

Live With the po­lit­i­cal news cy­cle, there’s no way it can be any­thing else.

Saturday Night Live They de­serve it for the sheer vol­ume of events to par­ody this year.

Billy on the Street Fi­nally, Billy Eich­ner is get­ting his due for more than vi­ral videos that re­sult from his show.

De­serves to win: Dark horse: Out­stand­ing va­ri­ety talk se­ries

Late Show With Stephen Colbert (CBS) Last Week Tonight With John Oliver (HBO) Jimmy Kim­mel Live (ABC) Full Frontal With Sa­man­tha Bee (TBS) Late Late Show With James Cor­den (CBS) Real Time With Bill Ma­her (HBO)

Late Show With

Will prob­a­bly win:

Stephen Colbert This is an un­usu­ally tough cat­e­gory (don’t dis­re­gard John Oliver). But no one had a bet­ter sec­ond year — af­ter a solidly medi­ocre first year — than Colbert.

De­serves to win:

Jimmy Kim­mel Live Kim­mel has proved him­self as a host who can in­ter­view po­lit­i­cal fig­ures with tough­ness and pull off an emo­tional mono­logue, which is no easy task — and he doesn’t al­ways get the credit he de­serves.

Full Frontal

Dark horse:

With Sa­man­tha Bee Though she’s a newer host, Bee has lots of fans in the in­dus­try.

Out­stand­ing re­al­ity-com­pe­ti­tion pro­gramme

The Voice (NBC) The Amaz­ing Race Top Chef (Bravo) Project Run­way (Life­time) RuPaul’s Drag Race (Logo) Amer­i­can Ninja War­rior (NBC)

The Voice Once Emmy vot­ers get hooked on some­thing, it’s hard to stop the cy­cle. (See: all of the Amaz­ing Race vic­to­ries.) (CBS)

Will prob­a­bly win: De­serves to win:

RuPaul’s Drag Race There’s a rea­son RuPaul has won the re­al­ity com­pe­ti­tion host award two years in a row.

Amer­i­can Ninja War­rior If you don’t watch it, you wouldn’t un­der­stand.

Dark horse:

The search re­sumed yes­ter­day af­ter­noon for two men miss­ing af­ter a com­mer­cial West Coast fish­ing boat sank on Thurs­day af­ter it be­came en­tan­gled in a rope.

“An im­prove­ment in weather con­di­tions has al­lowed a he­li­copter to start an aerial search and ground search teams are car­ry­ing out a shore­line search,” po­lice said.

The Grey­mouth-based Wendy J sank af­ter strik­ing the rocky south West­land coast near Jack­son Bay on Thurs­day night.

The alarm was raised on Saturday morn­ing af­ter a light air­craft spot­ted wreck­age and a lif­er­aft on the shore.

A sur­vivor, Mark Thomas, was found near Teer Creek, about 10km south­west around the coast from Smooth­wa­ter Bay, where the boat sank. The bay is a small cove whose en­trance is marked by rocky out­crops.

He’s pretty up­set. He said they might have picked up a rope around the screw and it stalled the engine — a float­ing rope off a cray-pot or some­thing like that. John Brown, West­fleet Seafoods

Thomas was fish­ing on con­tract for Grey­mouth com­pany West­fleet Seafoods.

Gen­eral man­ager John Brown told the Her­ald yes­ter­day he had spo­ken to Thomas, who is aged in his early 20s.

“He’s pretty up­set. He said they might have picked up a rope around the screw and it stalled the engine — a float­ing rope off a cray-pot or some­thing like that.”

Brown said the Wendy J had gone to Smooth­wa­ter Bay to seek shel­ter.

Asked how Thomas man­aged to sur­vive, he said he was tough and had a very strong will.

Thomas was taken to Grey Base Hos­pi­tal in Grey­mouth and has now been dis­charged.

The po­lice said wreck­age from the boat was spread over a large area.

The search for the miss­ing men was sus­pended on Saturday night to wait for day­light but high seas and bad weather de­layed its re­sump­tion un­til 3pm yes­ter­day.

Ear­lier yes­ter­day, the po­lice said: “Search­ing has most re­cently been in the Smooth­wa­ter Bay area. Po­lice are in con­tact with the men’s fam­i­lies to keep them up­dated.”

The emer­gency op­er­a­tion was launched about 11.30am on Saturday af­ter a light plane fly­ing near Jack­son Bay, south­west of Haast, spot­ted some de­bris and a lif­er­aft on the shore­line.

A he­li­copter was sent and about three hours later spot­ted Thomas on a rock near Teer Creek.

One of the miss­ing men, Jay Cair­ney, was de­scribed by fam­ily as an ex­pe­ri­enced fish­er­man, and his rel­a­tives were pray­ing for his safe re­turn.

Pic­ture / Grey­mouth Star

The Wendy J sank in Smooth­wa­ter Bay in south West­land on Thurs­day night.

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