I think the shows themselves get to pick what categories they contend in, so I'm sure they dump it there so it has a better shot at getting nominated. I don't watch it, but aren't the seasons basically unrelated stories that just share the AHS franchise name?
Sorry, I went offline for quite some time. Yep, I believe there are some overlapping characters, but not all, and this season went all alien-y. That makes sense, I didn't know they got to choose.
Are you trying to say that The Middle is groundbreaking? I sure hope you aren't. And actually a sitcom that has a married gay couple with an adopted child IS groundbreaking. What other show in the history of TV has had a MARRIED gay couple so prominent to how the show works?
No, I just think its funnier than modern family. Modern Family has been coasting on its early buzz since that first season. And the reason I wouldn't exactly call it progressive is that you could swap in a straight couple and still tell a lot of the same stories. Not all, but a lot. Maybe that is progressive, who's to say? I just don't think it should equal automatic award wins.
Schmidt is the best. Also, if you remember the Coach character from the premiere (played by Damon Wayans Jr) he's coming back to the show now that Happy Endings was cancelled. I think they said he'd be in about 5 episodes.
The real story of this whole thread is this GD tragedy! Funniest show on TV gets axed because it doesn't water down like allllllll of mouth breathing BS on TV. Just terrible.
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