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The answer is undoubtedly
and I say that reluctantly as someone who is paid to keep up. And with so many shows out there, the likelihood of a show you don’t watch being rewarded increases. While that means the divide between quality and popularity is likely to grow, it also means the award wealth is more likely to be spread around. Look at this year: Rami Malek for a show on USA; Tatiana Maslany for a show on BBC America; Louis Anderson for a comedy on FX. All well-deserved wins that never would have happened in the old days — and for shows that, eventually, you may be able to find a way to see.