Jalal Haddad takes one last look at the 2015-2016 Emmy season. What's the final verdict on vote splitting? What were the biggest surprises of the year?
Which Emmy races are the closest? Who are the dark horses? Jalal Haddad looks as we second guess our predictions leading up to Sunday night.
In a special mid-week Emmy Tracker, Jalal Haddad takes a final look at the Creative Arts Emmy ceremony and briefly analyzes what the winners mean for Sunday's big night.
Jalal Haddad takes a look at some of the key Emmy races to keep an eye on this weekend at the Creative Arts Emmy ceremonies.
Jalal looks at the 2016 Emmy drama race where, in this corner, we have the reigning champs ('Game of Thrones') versus the Underwoods.
Jalal looks at the big three comedy races and analyzes whether or not any of the new contenders are strong enough to upset last year's slam dunk winners.
With 'American Crime Story' poised to be the biggest program of the year, will Sarah Paulson and Courtney B. Vance win their first Emmys as well? Or will Emmy voters instead rely on typical Emmy bait from HBO?
Jalal looks at the Supporting Actor races and asks if nominated co-stars are now at a disadvantage thanks to Emmy's newer voting system.
Jalal Haddad looks at the Supporting Actress and Direction of a Drama Emmy races. Are Emmy voters ready to pass the torch to embrace new winners?
Jalal Haddad looks at the Supporting and Directing races in the Limited Series/TV Movie Emmy races. How will new Emmy rules impact the races?