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Decider wrote:
Emmys 2018: Who Will Win? Who SHOULD Win?

Sept 12, 2018

OUTSTANDING LIMITED SERIES
The Alienist
Genius: Picasso
The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story
Godless
Patrick Melrose


Will Win: The Emmy voters have been known to get deeply weird, but this feels like it’s going to The Assassination of Gianni Versace almost by default, doesn’t it?

Should Win:
 Luckily, The Assassination of Gianni Versace is the best show in this category by a lot.


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OUSTANDING LEAD ACTOR IN A LIMITED SERIES/TV MOVIE
Antonio Banderas, Genius
Darren Criss,The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story
Benedict Cumberbatch, Patrick Melrose
Jeff Daniels, The Looming Tower
John Legend, Jesus Christ Superstar Live In Concert
Jesse Plemons, Black Mirror, “USS Callister”

Will Win: With Versace winning easily in Limited Series, you’d think Darren Criss would also be a shoo-in, but then you’d be underestimating the draw of the ‘Batch (who snagged an Emmy in 2014 for Sherlock) and of Jeff Daniels (who won an Emmy for The NewsroomTHE NEWSROOM!). Also? Don’t underestimate the chances of John Legend to snag the award for Best Only One of These Performances I Saw. If he does, that’ll be an EGOT! Still, I say Benedict Cumberbatch takes it.

Should Win: Darren Criss is so, so unsettling and great as Andrew Cunanan. He doesn’t need the award, with all his youth and handsomeness, but he deserves it.

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OUTSTANDING SUPPORTING ACTRESS IN A LIMITED SERIES/TV MOVIE
Sara Bareilles, Jesus Christ Superstar Live In Concert
Penelope Cruz, The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story
Judith Light, The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story
Adina Porter, American Horror Story: Cult
Merritt Wever, Godless
Letitia Wright, Black Mirror, “Black Museum”

Will Win: If you’d asked me a year ago, I’d have told you to start etching Cruz’s name on the nameplate. She’s an Oscar winner for Pete’s sake! Now, though, after having watched the series and the conversation that emerged as it was airing, I’d say she’s in a dead heat with Judith Light. But while Light may be a Tonys magnet, let’s assume Penelope Cruz‘s star power is enough to pull her across the finish line for Versace‘s lone acting win.

Should Win: In a mere two episodes, Judith Light simply gives the better performance. There’s no getting around it.

Source:  https://decider.com/2018/09/12/emmy-awards-2018-who-will-win-should-win/










Variety wrote:
Emmys 2018: Final Predictions on Who Will Win (and Who Should)

September 12, 2018

BEST LIMITED SERIES:

Will win: “The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story” (FX)


Should win: “The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story” (FX)

Dark horse: “Godless” (Netflix)

Scott Frank’s western didn’t get much attention during its initial run, but gained momentum during awards season (12 nominations!), positioning it as a contender. But it will take some serious firepower to dethrone yet another compelling opus from uberproducer Ryan Murphy, who’s mastered the limited series.


BEST ACTOR IN A LIMITED SERIES/TV MOVIE:

Will win: Darren Criss, “The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story” (FX)

Should win: Benedict Cumberbatch, “Patrick Melrose” (Showtime)

Dark horse: John Legend, “Jesus Christ Superstar Live in Concert” (NBC)

Back in 2014, Cumberbatch pulled off an upset, winning the trophy in the category over “Fargo” favorites Billy Bob Thornton and Martin Freeman (perhaps they split the vote?). But in the years since, his “Sherlock” has been passed over for the likes of Riz Ahmed and Courtney B. Vance. Although he’s in contention this time for a different role — a tour de force turn in “Patrick Melrose” — the momentum lies with Darren Criss, whose performance as the serial killer Andrew Cunanan hit notes that far eclipsed his “Glee” days.

Source:  https://variety.com/2018/tv/awards/emmy-awards-2018-predictions-who-will-win-1202937658/


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The Playlist wrote:
Final Emmy Predictions: ‘Game of Thrones,’ ‘Marvelous Mrs. Maisel’ & Upsets

September 13, 2018

Lead Actor in a Limited Series or TV Movie

Antonio Banderas, Genius: Picasso
Darren Criss, The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story
Benedict Cumberbatch, Patrick Melrose
Jeff Daniels, The Looming Tower
John Legend, Jesus Christ Superstar
Jesse Plemons, Black Mirror: USS Callister

Who will win:
Darren Criss

Who should win:
Darren Criss

Upset:
There won’t be one

Lowdown:
Criss taking this category is one of the biggest locks of the night.

Source:  https://theplaylist.net/final-emmy-predictions-2018-20180913/











The Business Insider wrote:
Our Emmys 2018 predictions: who should win, who will win, and who got snubbed

September 13, 2018

LIMITED SERIES

The nominees:
"The Alienist"
"The Assassination of Gianni Versace"
"Genius: Picasso"
"Godless"
"Patrick Melrose"

Who will win: "The Assassination of Gianni Versace." The Emmys love Ryan Murphy content, and if "the People vs OJ Simpson" is any indication, the second season of "American Crime Story" will sweep the awards this year. And it deserves the win for its unique take on the story of a serial killer that focuses on the victims, not just the monster.

Who should win:
"Godless." By embracing every cliche about westerns, "Godless" was somehow something truly unique, bolstered by an incredible cast including Michelle Dockery, Jeff Daniels, and Meritt Weaver (all nominees). We also wouldn't be upset if "Patrick Melrose" wins.

[ . . . ]

LEAD ACTOR IN A LIMITED SERIES OR MOVIE

The nominees:
Antonia Banderas, "Genius: Picasso"
Darren Criss, "The Assassination of Gianni Versace"
Benedict Cumberbatch, "Patrick Melrose"
Jeff Daniels, "The Looming Tower"
John Legend, "Jesus Christ Superstar Live"
Jesse Plemons, "Black Mirror: USS Callister"


Who will win: Darren Criss. Criss, whose previous credits included Broadway musicals and "Glee," stunned everyone with his gripping and at times nauseating (in a good, acting way) performance as serial killer Andrew Cunanan.

Who should win:
Darren Criss or Benedict Cumberbatch, who surprised people in a similar way with his wild, committed, and sometimes hilarious performance in the dark but vibrant Showtime miniseries.

[. . . ]

SUPPORTING ACTOR IN A LIMITED SERIES OR MOVIE

The nominees:
Jeff Daniels, "Godless"
Brandon Victor Dixon, "Jesus Christ Superstar"
Ricky Martin, "Assassination of Gianni Versaci"
Edgar Ramirez, "Assassination of Gianni Versace"
Finn Whitrock, "Assassination of Gianni Versace"
Michael Stuhlbarg, "The Looming Tower"
John Leguizamo, "Waco"

Who will win: Jeff Daniels, "Godless." Daniels is an awards-friendly actor and has won Emmys in the past, so he has an advantage.

Who should win:
Ricky Martin. Martin didn't have much to do, but he put so much into it and is a really, really great actor.

SUPPORTING ACTRESS IN A LIMITED SERIES OR MOVIE

The nominees:
Adina Porter, "American Horror Story: Cult"
Letitia Wright, "Black Mirror: Black Museum"
Merritt Weaver, "Godless"
Sara Bereilles, "Jesus Chris Superstar"
Penelope Cruz, "Assassination of Gianni Versace"
Judith Light, "Assassination of Gianni Versace"

Who will win: Penelope Cruz. Cruz did some of her best work since "Vicky Cristina Barcelona" as Donatella Versace on the FX series. She brought empathy to a woman who has, for a long time, been the butt of way too many jokes.

Who should win:
Judith Light. Light got a nomination is this category instead of guest actress despite being in only two episodes. And she deserves it. Her performance as a woman coming to terms with secrets her murdered husband kept from her for decades is a career best.
Source:  https://www.businessinsider.com/emmys-2018-predictions-who-should-win-who-will-win-snubs-odds-2018-9









Vanity Fair wrote:
Emmy Predictions 2018: Who Will Win?

Sept 13, 2018

LEAD ACTOR, LIMITED SERIES OR MOVIE

Antonio Banderas, Genius: Picasso
Darren Criss, The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story
Benedict Cumberbatch, Patrick Melrose
Jeff Daniels, The Looming Tower
John Legend, Jesus Christ Superstar Live in Concert
Jesse Plemons, U.S.S. Callister (Black Mirror)

The Assassination of Gianni Versace
 didn’t make quite the cultural impact of its American Crime Story predecessor about O.J. Simpson, but Darren Criss’s performance was easy to single out; playing the serial killer Andrew Cunanan as some combination of rejected puppy and bona fide sociopath, Criss was magnetic and terrifying in a way he’d never been before onscreen, a compelling anchor in a series that rambled too far into darkness for some. Given the show’s muted reception, though, Criss might be usurped in the end by some of his competitors, most likely Benedict Cumberbatch (a previous winner for Sherlock) or maybe even __John Legend,__who recently earned EGOT status for producing Jesus Christ Superstar Live in Concert and might just add another Emmy for his titular performance. But if Emmy voters actually watched Versace, even in part, it seems difficult to look away from what Criss has accomplished.
Source:  https://www.vanityfair.com/hollywood/2018/09/emmy-predictions-2018-winners-nominations








Fansided wrote:
2018 Emmy predictions: Picks for the moral victory

Directing for a Limited Series



Who Should Win: Ryan Murphy, The Assassination Of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story (“The Man Who Would Be Vogue”)

While many folks were underwhelmed by the follow-up to The People v. O.J. Simpson, it was an undeniably beautiful show. Nothing displayed just how gorgeous this show’s mostly coastal scenery could be than the season’s opening sequence, directed by Murphy and brilliantly acted by Darren Criss and Edgar Ramirez.

Seriously, watch these videos. It’s a master class in building tension until the bubble bursts. Starting out the show with the titular assassination and working backwards was a bold move, and one could argue about whether it worked or not. One thing’s for sure though: The first 10 minutes of Versace‘s first episode contained some of the best directing ever featured on the small screen.

Supporting Actress, Limited Series or TV Movie



Who Should Win: Judith Light, The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story

Leave it to Judith Light to upstage Penelope freakin’ Cruz on her own show, one in which she was also nominated and wonderful in her own way. But she wasn’t Light, who brought such a sweet exterior masking clear inner turmoil to the long-suffering wife of a clearly gay man who was (spoiler alert but not really because it’s based on a true story) murdered by Andrew Cunanan.

The fact that Light has yet to win an Emmy for her incredible work on Transparent is criminal, so this is a chance for the Television Academy to right that injustice. Light may have had limited screen time on Versace, but she made as big of an impression as any of the series’ big-name stars.

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Best actor, limited series or TV movie



Who Should Win: Darren Criss, The Assassination of Gianni Versace

This is most definitely NOT the Darren Criss Glee and Broadway fans have become accustomed to seeing. Criss’ Andrew Cunanan is one of the most unassumingly terrifying characters you’ll ever see in any medium, a man who wants the finer things in life but unwilling to do any of the work required to earn his coveted lifestyle.

Versace
makes a point to peel back the layers behind Cunanan that led him to assassinate Versace, and Criss makes him just sympathetic enough that you have to wonder if he could’ve been saved. Criss should get the Emmy for showing a range audiences and critics alike had no idea he was capable of portraying.

Best limited series

What Should Win: The Assassination of Gianni Versace

The entire limited series section of this list feels like a Versace ad, but that’s just because Ryan Murphy proved once again how good he is at crafting first seasons of TV shows. It’s why O.J. worked so well, and it’s why Versace was able to tell such a fascinating tale about two very different figures on a fatal collision course with each other.

The performances are impressive from top to bottom (even Ricky Martin!), and visually it’s a gorgeous mix of sparkling vistas and the grimier parts of town where Cunanan hung out, longing for more. It’s a less well-known story than O.J., but that just made for more satisfying twists and turns. There is no question it deserves this award.

Source:  https://fansided.com/2018/09/12/emmy-predictions-2018-who-should-win/








Entertainment Tonight wrote:
2018 Emmy Predictions: Who Will Win and Who Should Win

September 13, 2018

Outstanding Limited Series
The Alienist
The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story
Genius: Picasso
Godless
Patrick Melrose


Should Win
: Godless or Patrick Melrose 

Will Win
: The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story

It will be difficult to top The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story; it has the star wattage (Darren Criss, Penelope Cruz, Edgar Ramirez, Ricky Martin), the high production value and centers on a story the whole world was enthralled by. There's no reason to think the frontrunner won't be handsomely rewarded on Emmy night.

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Outstanding Lead Actor in a Limited Series or TV Movie
Antonio Banderas, Genius: Picasso
Darren Criss, The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story
Benedict Cumberbatch, Patrick Melrose
Jeff Daniels, The Looming Tower
John Legend, Jesus Christ Superstar Live in Concert
Jesse Plemons, USS Callister (Black Mirror)

Should Win
: Benedict Cumberbatch, Patrick Melrose 

Will Win
: Darren Criss, The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story

This may be Darren Criss' to lose for his chilling performance as Gianni Versace's killer, Andrew Cunanan, in The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story. The category, however, touts some of the strongest competition, with stars like John Legend, Benedict Cumberbatch and Jesse Plemons, hoping to hear their name called on Monday evening, so it is conceivable that someone like Cumberbatch or even Legend -- who's already completed the rare EGOT -- could steal a win. 

Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Limited Series or TV Movie
Sara Bareilles, Jesus Christ Superstar Live in Concert
Penelope Cruz, The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story
Judith Light, The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story
Adina Porter, American Horror Story: Cult
Merritt Wever, Godless
Letitia Wright, Black Museum (Black Mirror)

Should Win
: Penelope Cruz or Judith Light, The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story 

Will Win
: Merritt Wever, Godless

Remember when Merritt Wever tearfully (and adorably) won her first Emmy in 2013 for Nurse Jackie? Wever is our choice to take home her second career Emmy statuette, this time for her part as Mary Agnes, a widow who is in a relationship with Callie, a former prostitute turned teacher. Penelope Cruz has the cache to win any award, especially one for Donatella Versace in The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story, and Judith Light turns in a devastatingly heartbreaking performance as the wife of a brutally murdered businessman by Cunanan's hand. While we think Wever has the goods to pull off a win, the ladies of Versace could prove victorious.

Source:  https://www.etonline.com/2018-emmy-predictions-who-will-win-and-who-should-win-109443








USA Today wrote:
Who will (and who should) win at the 2018 Emmy Awards

Sept 13, 2018


Limited series
"The Alienist" (TNT)
"Genius: Picasso" (National Geographic)
"The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story" (FX)
"Godless" (Netflix)
"Patrick Melrose" (Showtime)

Should win: "The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story"

Will win: "The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story"

While not as popular or socially relevant as "The People v. O.J. Simpson," the second installment of Ryan Murphy's true crime anthology was operatically epic, beautiful and grotesque at once. It has solid competitors in "Patrick Melrose" and "Godless," but Murphy is an Emmy favorite, and "Versace" will easily slide to victory.

Lead actor, limited series/TV movie
Antonio Banderas, "Genius: Picasso" (National Geographic)
Darren Criss, "The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story" (FX)
Benedict Cumberbatch, "Patrick Melrose" (Showtime)
Jeff Daniels, "The Looming Tower" (Hulu)
John Legend, "Jesus Christ Superstar Live In Concert" (NBC)
Jesse Plemons, "Black Mirror: USS Callister" (Netflix)

Should win: 
Benedict Cumberbatch, "Patrick Melrose"

Will win: Darren Criss, "The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story"

The race between Criss and Cumberbatch is a title match between two very talented guys in their career-best performances. In "Versace," Criss makes everyone forget about "Glee" as Andrew Cunanan, who killed designer Gianni Versace and four other men in 1997. In "Melrose," Cumberbatch takes us through the life of a deeply damaged man, who was abused in childhood and abused substances as an adult. Cumberbatch does something just a little bit harder than Criss, but Criss has the momentum, the flashier project and the Ryan Murphy machine behind him.
Source:  https://www.usatoday.com/story/life/tv/2018/09/13/emmys-2018-predictions-game-thrones-handmaids-tale-marvelous-mrs-maisel-atlanta/1210854002/








Mercury News wrote:
Emmy Award predictions: Will ‘Game of Thrones’ regain its crown?

September 13, 2018

Limited Series


“The Alienist” (TNT); “The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story” (FX); “Genius: Picasso” (National Geographic); “Godless” (Netflix); “Patrick Melrose” (Showtime).

Should win:
“Godless”

Will win: “The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story”
“Godless” is a gritty, occasionally grisly, feminist Western that was handsomely crafted and well-acted. But “Assassination” carries the “American Crime Story” brand (plus 18 nominations) and is likely more familiar to voters.

Lead Actor, Limited Series or Movie


Antonio Banderas, “Genius: Picasso”; Darren Criss, “The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story”; Benedict Cumberbatch, “Patrick Melrose”; Jeff Daniels, “The Looming Tower” (Hulu); John Legend, “Jesus Christ Superstar” (NBC); Jesse Plemons, “Black Mirror: USS Callister” (Netflix).

Should win:
Benedict Cumberbatch

Will win: Darren Criss


First of all, we’ll probably have to go to confession for picking against Jesus, but Cumberbatch reached a new acting peak in playing a troubled addict. On the other hand, voters likely admired how Criss, a former “Glee” star, played against type so convincingly as Versace’s killer.

Source:  https://www.mercurynews.com/2018/09/13/emmy-award-predictions-will-game-of-thrones-regain-its-crown/







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Megan Mullally, Darren Criss & Dascha Polanko at the SAG-AFTRA & THR Emmy Nomineees Night, 14 Sep 2018

“ Group shot time with #WillAndGrace’s @MeganMullally, #ACSVersace’s @DarrenCriss and #OITNB’s @SheIsDash on #NomineesNight. “
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hollywoodreporter The stars are out tonight! @DarrenCriss leaving some words of wisdom to fellow 2018 Emmy nominees on the @SAGAFTRA #NomineesNight signing wall. @gettyentertainment













Darren Criss & THR Editorial Director Matt Belloni at The Hollywood Reporter & SAG-AFTRA 2nd annual Emmy Nominees Night presented by Douglas Elliman and Heineken at Avra Beverly Hills Estiatorio on September 14, 2018 in Beverly Hills, California. 

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Bustle wrote:
2018 Emmy Awards Predictions Highlight Just How Close All The Competition Is This Year

September 14, 2018

Outstanding Limited Series


Will win: The Assassination Of Gianni Versace managed to suck viewers in even though they already knew the tragic outcome of the designer's life. Season 2 of Ryan Murphy's crime anthology series was more ambitious — and arguably, better — than its predecessor, The People V. O.J. Simpson. And considering how well the premiere season did at the 2016 Emmys, Versace just may be one of the biggest winners of the night.

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Outstanding Lead Actor In A Limited Series Or Movie

Will and should win: Darren Criss is by far the favorite for his career-changing role as Andrew Cunanan. While Benedict Cumberbatch was also incredible, Criss showed he had a talent that many viewers hadn't seen before. And don't worry, John Legend fans — he already earned his EGOT.
Source:  https://www.bustle.com/p/2018-emmy-awards-predictions-highlight-just-how-close-all-the-competition-is-this-year-11904489








Esquire wrote:
Who Will (and Should) Win at the 2018 Emmys

Sept 14, 2018

Limited Series


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Who should win: The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story

Who will win:
The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story

Ryan Murphy's American Horror Story world has devolved into cringe-worthy camp from time to time, but boy has he proven that he knows how to milk the drama out of real life. Though American Crime Story's second iteration isn't quite as powerful as the first installment focusing on the trial of O.J. Simpson, Darren Criss anchors a case that has recently gone overlooked. Murphy should have no trouble bringing that prize home.

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Lead Actor, Limited Series or TV Movie


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Who should win: Jesse Plemons, Black Mirror: USS Callister

Who will win:
Darren Criss, The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story

Damn it if the kid from Glee didn't show up hard to this year's Emmys.
American Crime Story would have been nothing without Criss, but Plemons' all-too-real turn as a man undervalued at work and overvalued in his own mind was such a compelling performance. In a time when the story of men feeling entitled to a woman's body is more prevalent than ever, Plemons's powerful performance deserves credit though it will almost certainly be overshadowed by Hollywood's love of a glamorous scandal.
Source:  https://www.esquire.com/entertainment/tv/a23120382/emmys-2018-predictions/











TV AV Club wrote:

What shows will win, and which should win, at the 2018 Emmys

September 14, 2018

Outstanding Limited Series

Prediction: There’s little in the way of The Assassination Of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story winning here. The last installment of American Crime Story was named Outstanding Limited Series, Ryan Murphy is pretty much the reason this type of show no longer competes against the TV movies, and FX shares custody of this award with HBO (and HBO isn’t here this year).

Preference: Versace is quieter and less splashy than The People V. O.J. Simpson, but it’s still riveting, with Tom Rob Smith’s scripts aiming not to retell the story of Andrew Cunanan’s killing spree (most details of which can never be fully known), but instead using it as a lens to refract an allegory about the societal ills of homophobia and entitlement—a movingly acted tragedy that’s shot in a way that’s as beautiful as any of Versace’s designs. It stands Medusa head and shoulders above the competition.

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Outstanding directing for a limited series, movie, or dramatic special


Prediction: Apples, meet orange, meet the cosmic fruit that grows from the evolution of the arm, then chalk up another victory for American Crime Story, thanks to Gianni Versace’s last morning stroll and the operatic flair of Ryan Murphy’s work on “The Man Who Would Be Vogue.”
Source:  https://tv.avclub.com/what-shows-will-win-and-which-should-win-at-the-2018-1829046738?utm_medium=sharefromsite&utm_source=TV_Club_twitter








The Wrap wrote:
Emmy Predictions: With ‘Veep’ Gone and ‘Game of Thrones’ Back, Expect a Real Dogfight

Sept 14, 2018

OUTSTANDING LIMITED SERIES


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Predicted winner: “The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story”



OUTSTANDING LEAD ACTOR IN A LIMITED SERIES OR MOVIE

“The Assassination of Gianni Versace” isn’t really about the guy whose name is in the title — it’s about the assassin, and Darren Criss is magnetic enough in that role that he’s the clear front runner here. Watch out, though, because Emmy voters do love a little Benedict Cumberbatch. Plus, the three acting nominations for “Jesus Christ Superstar Live in Concert” (the first ever for the recent spate of live musicals) show that they really responded to that show as well.

Predicted winner:
Darren Criss, “The Assassination of Gianni Versace”
Source:  https://www.thewrap.com/emmy-awards-predictions-with-veep-gone-and-game-of-thrones-back-expect-a-real-dogfight/








Meta Critic wrote:
2018 Emmy Award Predictions from Experts & Users

September 14, 2018

To help you make an informed decision filling out your office Emmy pool, we have collected predictions from over 40 professional entertainment and TV writers and critics. Keep in mind that this "expert" consensus typically gets anywhere from a quarter to a half of its picks incorrect, though last year they performed unusually well with an 84% success rate. (In other words, you can't even predict how predictable the Emmys will be.) For the ninth straight year, we also invited Metacritic users to submit their own picks, and the results of over 2,300 submissions are also displayed below.

OUTSTANDING LIMITED SERIES (MINISERIES)

Experts


The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story (FX)            90%

Godless (Netflix)                                                                                             7%

Patrick Melrose (Showtime)                                                                          2%

Users



The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story (FX)             54%

Patrick Melrose (Showtime)                                                                         19%

Godless (Netflix)                                                                                            16%



MOVIE/MINISERIES LEAD ACTOR

Experts

Darren Criss (The Assassination of Gianni Versace)                                 78%

Benedict Cumberbatch (Patrick Melrose)                                                       17%

2 tied with ...                                                                                                   3%


Users

Darren Criss (The Assassination of Gianni Versace)                                 40%

Benedict Cumberbatch (Patrick Melrose)                                                  30%

Jesse Plemons (Black Mirror, "USS Callister")                                         15%
Source:  https://www.metacritic.com/feature/picks-for-who-will-win-2018-emmy-awards








The Boston Globe wrote:
The Emmys: Who will win, who should win, and who got snubbed

September 14, 2018
Best limited series

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SHOULD WIN: Ryan Murphy is the king of the limited series, and his “Versace” showed us why. Please let it win. It gave us lesser-known aspects of Andrew Cunanan and his victims while reminding us that homophobia and gay self-loathing may have kept the cops from apprehending the killer sooner rather than later. The performances were stunning. I’m in the minority, but I thought it was better than the first season of “American Crime Story,” about O.J. Simpson.
 
WILL WIN: Is it possible that the Cumberbatch charm and a British imprimatur will push “Patrick Melrose” into a win? Nope. It was just too dark. “Versace” will win.
 
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Best actor, limited series or TV movie
 
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SHOULD WIN: Criss should win for his complex, committed, and chilling performance as a sad, hateful, hate-filled man. Cumberbatch was phenomenal, and hard to look away from, but comparatively one-note.

WILL WIN
: I think Criss will win, if only for going so much farther than “Glee” would have led us to believe. Picture me shaking my head if Legend, so likable but so very miscast in “Jesus Christ Superstar,” walks away with the prize.
Source:  https://www.bostonglobe.com/arts/2018/09/13/the-emmys-who-will-win-who-should-win-and-who-got-snubbed/xygQcKAq41wfouc4gYRfrI/story.html







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Darren must be a bit tired, but I hope he is enjoying this moment--how wonderful to be included in this group of Emmy Award nominees.  :happy face



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At the Television Academy Honors Emmy Nominated Performers at Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts on September 15, 2018.




Emmy Nominees at the Performers Nominee Reception via Television Academy’s Instagram Story










Darren Criss, center, poses with Television Academy Governors Patrika Darbo, left, and Bob Bergen at the 2018 Performers Nominee Reception presented by the Television Academy at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts.

Photo: Dan Steinberg / Invision / AP / Shutterstock










Darren at the Television Academy Honors Emmy Nominated Performers at Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts on September 15, 2018 in Beverly Hills, California. 

(Photo by JC Olivera/WireImage)








Why do Sarah and Betty look so serious? 

Sarah Paulson, Darren Criss, and Betty Gilpin attend the 2018 Performers Nominee Reception presented by the Television Academy at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts, in Beverly Hills, Calif
15 Sep 2018

Photos: Dan Steinberg / Invision / AP / Shutterstock










Mia looks lovely.  Darren is looking good.



Darren & Mia at the #Emmys Television Academy Performer Peer Group members event, Arrivals, Los Angeles, USA - 15 Sept 2018


Photos: Stewart Cook / Shutterstock,  Phil McCarten / Invision / AP / Shutterstock







Darren and Mia on the way to the Emmy Performer Nominees Reception, via Mia’s Snapchat (mia.elan), Sept 15, 2018








At the The Variety and Women in Film Pre-Emmy Party, September 15, 2018





Gaten Matarazzo and Darren Criss at the Variety and Women in Film Pre-Emmy Party, Inside, Los Angeles, USA - 15 Sept 2018

Photos: Michael Buckner/Variety/REX/Shutterstock









Rumer Willis and Darren Criss at the Variety and Women in Film Pre-Emmy Party, Inside, Los Angeles, USA - 15 Sept 2018

Photo: Michael Buckner/Variety/REX/Shutterstock










Darren with Samira Wiley at the Variety Pre-Emmys party, 15 Sept 2018

Via Marc Malkin, Senior Events & Lifestyle Editor of Variety (IG story)

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At the Television Academy Honors Emmy Nominated Performers at Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts on September 15, 2018.


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Via lindsayleaf’s Instagram Story (September 15th, 2018)
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At the FX and Vanity Fair Emmy Celebration at CRAFT LA on September 16, 2018 (Los Angeles, CA).





Darren Criss attends the FX And Vanity Fair Emmy Celebration at CRAFT LA on September 16, 2018 in Los Angeles, California.

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Darren Criss, Cody Fern & Mikey Madison at the FX Networks celebration of their Emmy nominees in partnership with Vanity Fair at Craft on September 16, 2018.

(Photos by Stefanie Keenan/Getty Images for Vanity Fair)












Darren and Mia on the red carpet at the Vanity Fair and FX Networks Emmys Party 16 Sep 2018 (Photos: Matt Baron / Shutterstock)












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At Variety and Women In Film's 2018 Pre-Emmy celebration, September 15, 2015.





Darren Criss attends Variety and Women In Film’s 2018 Pre-Emmy celebration, Sept 15, 2018 (Getty Images)




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~ Via Ashley on Twitter










Darren and Ashley Weston via Ashley’s Instagram Story, Sept 17 2018












Darren on the Emmys red carpet via IMDB’s Instagram Story











Darren Criss attends the 70th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards at Microsoft Theater on September 17, 2018 in Los Angeles, California. 

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How great that Chuck is there.  :happy face

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Darren and Mia on the red carpet at the Emmys (Photos: Rob Latour / Variety / Shutterstock; Matt Baron / Shutterstock)









“Love this guy so much. @darrencriss”


~ Yong Chavez via IG








He looks just a tad excited.  :amused

Darren at the Emmys via Glamour’s Instagram Story












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HI

I'M CRYING (THAT'S NOT A FIGURE OF SPEECH)

I WANT TO SCREAM BUT IT'S THE MIDDLE OF THE NIGHT AND I HAVE TO SOMEHOW GO TO SLEEP NOW???

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Hi Lin! Hi there! 


@Lin wrote:I'M CRYING (THAT'S NOT A FIGURE OF SPEECH)

I WANT TO SCREAM BUT IT'S THE MIDDLE OF THE NIGHT AND I HAVE TO SOMEHOW GO TO SLEEP NOW???

JSKLDFJSKLDFJSÖLKDFJSDÖLKFJ
 


haha!  Lin, my sentiments exactly!!!



OMG!  I wanted to stay busy preparing dinner and my lovely friend texted me that Darren won (I thought his category would come much later in the show)!   So f*cking wonderful!!!    celebrate clapping hands Such unbelievably fantastic news!! :bravo :very happy excited


I was trying not to get my hopes up too high . . . trying to stay cool,  trying not to stay glued to the TV set . . . . until my friend texted me!! 

Sooooooooooo happy for Darren!  Congratulations Darren!  Well deserved!  Hurrah for you!   celebrate And for Ryan for wining Best Directing for a Limited Series Yea! !  And for the entire cast, crew, writer, producers, everyone in the ACS Versace family--for winning Best Limited Series!   Was it 3 awards tonight?!   oh yeah dance! :guitar jamming An amazing night for the ACS Versace family!!


Darren's speech was very lovely, very heartfelt.  Well-stated, Darren!  I loved his genuine gratitude that he expressed to Ryan for giving him this opportunity.   heart I loved his thank you to his parents and Chuck for their love, and for ingraining in him the importance of hard work, compassion for others, and not taking himself so seriously (code for being resilient and rolling with the punches that life sometimes directs at you).  His words about Mia's support and love were so sweet!  Lovely speech!

I also loved Ryan's speeches (two tonight!).  I loved the way he thanked the women in his life.  And for the award for Best Limited Series, I appreciated the important statement Ryan made about homophobia, about how our own country is allowing hatred against others, about bringing awareness to hate violence against LGBTQ persons, and advocating for stronger hate crime laws.  Ryan dedicated the award for Best Limited Series to those who are/were victims of hate crimes.  Very eloquent, very poignant moment. 

I also very much appreciate Rachel Brosnahan's urging those watching the Emmys to please vote.  heart heart heart 


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Again, such a lovely speech.  Well done!  You could see near the end he was fighting off tears.  :cry  heart

acsversace-news:

70th Emmy Awards: Outstanding Lead Actor In A Limited Series Or Movie





Darren Criss wins the Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Limited Series or Movie for The Assassination Of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story | 17 September 2018









Also a very beautiful and touching speech.  heart

70th Emmy Awards: The Assassination Of Gianni Versace Wins For Outstanding Limited Series

By Television Academy (Sept 17, 2018)

Link:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hoK41d2Fh0g









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Another pic of Darren accepting his #Emmy award!!

[Photo exclusive credit @WER, used with permission]










“For Lead Actor in a Limited Series or Movie, the Emmy Award 2018 goes to @darrencriss for @americancrimestoryfx! Ahhhhhhh!!!!! So proud of you Darren! Congratulations!! So thrilled for you! Love to you & Mia heart   @sunsetstrippa”

~ Jodi Benson via IG











“We’re beaming watching our two SURPRISE ( we’ll, we knew they were coming;) 2018 GUEST FACULTY @sarabareilles and @darrencriss kill it at the Emmys! CONGRATS !!!!!! I wonder who the surprise 2019 guests will be?!!!  happy kiss   You never know who you’ll learn from but you know it’ll be GOOD. We promise.”

~ Broadway Evolved via IG











The ACS Versace cast & creative team accepting the Emmy award for Best Limited Series!!!

[Photo exclusive credit @WebofEdgar - Used with permission]



















Jon Jon Briones, Edgar Ramirez, Penelope Cruz, Ricky Martin, Darren Criss, Judith Light, Ryan Murphy, and the cast & creative team of ACS Versace at the Emmys!

Picture courtesy of @WebofEdgar, used with permission.














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70th Emmys Thank You Cam: Darren Criss From The Assassination Of Gianni Versace: ACS




Darren Criss talks with the Emmys Thank You Cam after winning for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Limited Series or Movie. | 17 September 2018










“ Congratulations to all involved with @americancrimestoryfx #versace on your Emmy win tonight! Could not be happier for my mentor @mrrpmurphy and my brother @darrencriss for their @televisionacad #emmy wins. Thank you for letting me be a part of this incredible experience. @danawal @crashbpm @ninajacobson @danminahan@alexisvmw ”

~ Matt Bomer via IG











“Sooooo grateful to have been part of this amazing show  heart Congratulations to everyone! #acsversace #americancrimestory #emmy

`Edouard Holdener via IG










Via GottaLiveAloha (thank you Lilikoiluv!):


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Outstanding Limited Series winner Darren Criss poses in the press room during the 70th Emmy Awards at Microsoft Theater on September 17, 2018












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Outstanding Limited Series winner Darren Criss poses in the press room during the 70th Emmy Awards at Microsoft Theater on September 17, 2018 in Los Angeles, California. Photo by Frazer Harrison












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Darren Criss trending in the US during the 70th Primetime Emmy Awards | 17 September 2018









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Cerina Criss & Jo Adler at the Emmys, with the Emmy! 


Via Joanna on Twitter










Darren borrowing the Emmy back from his mom.  "I'm letting my mom hold it, she always wanted a girl."  laugh until you cry


Via Glamour’s IG story


via Darren Criss Army












Darren with Janet & Ruben Nepales.


“Congrats @darrencriss on your Emmy win!”
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Darren on E! Emmy’s After Party a few minutes ago.




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@Poppy wrote:OMG!  I wanted to stay busy preparing dinner and my lovely friend texted me that Darren won (I thought his category would come much later in the show)!   So f*cking wonderful!!!    celebrate clapping hands Such unbelievably fantastic news!! :bravo :very happy excited


I was trying not to get my hopes up too high . . . trying to stay cool,  trying not to stay glued to the TV set . . . . until my friend texted me!! 

Haha, the nomination announcement was at a more convenient time for me, but I couldn't handle watching and waiting, so I set notifications for one of the Darren news accounts and kept busy with something and then when my phone started buzzing for a minute straight, I knew it was safe to go look.  :laughing
But now for this, I was just lying in bed and couldn't fall asleep, so I decided I might as well watch. I think almost chewed a hole into my blanket and maybe probably ate some of my hair, but hearing his name called was worth it. :cry


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Lin, you are so smart!  study    What a great idea to arrange to receive notifications from the fan sites!  (Unlike me, who was trying to not get too anxious by busying myself at home,  too scary    planning to record the show and just fast forward until I saw Darren, Ryan, and/or ACS Versace folks appear in the show.)


@Lin wrote:But now for this, I was just lying in bed and couldn't fall asleep, so I decided I might as well watch. I think almost chewed a hole into my blanket and maybe probably ate some of my hair, but hearing his name called was worth it.

Awww, I'm glad you didn't chew a hole in your blanket or eat your hair, Lin.  : it's gonna be ok  I had the best case where my friend was sweet enough to text me when he WON!  Voila!  No suspense/no stress!   Sincere thanks to my lovely friend!!  (But the lovely woman was feeling so much stress waiting to hear who the winner was.  :cry )



It's so wonderful to re-watch the scene where Darren's name was announced.  I hope Mia didn't get bruises on her hand (he was clutching it so tight).  I thought he was gonna sit there in his seat in the audience for a minute because he looked so surprised.  Good thing Mia pulled him up!   It's so sweet to see both Judith and Ricky jump up with their arms raised!  I also loved seeing Penelope's smiling face when the camera turned to her in the audience.  This cast is so supportive of each other!



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Darren Criss Wins Outstanding Lead Actor in a Limited Series or Movie at the 70th Emmy Awards

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Full video:  http://www.emmys.com/video/70th-emmy-awards-outstanding-lead-actor-limited-series-or-movie












Darren’s updated Television Academy bio page

Link:  http://www.emmys.com/bios/darren-criss














Wonderful pic.  Am so impressed with Ryan's ability to create these amazing projects which express such relevant social messages in such touching ways.  And I admire Darren's ability to breathe life into Ryan's vision.  :happy face

mrrpmurphy Two very happy fellas. So proud of Emmy winner Darren and the ACS family. An amazing night.









haha.  Darren's so funny.  Penelope looks amused at his antics.  :amused

penelopecruzoficial @darrencriss trying to copy my #redcarpetmoves








Aw, Jon Jon.  Well said!  I hope Ryan decides to have you in AHS or another project.  :fingers crossed

jonjonbriones Some of the gentlemen of @americancrimestoryfx - Versace toasting our amazing brother @darrencriss on his #Emmywinning night.

With @codyfern @finnwittrock
Thank you @mrrpmurphy for making me a part of your family. #ForeverGrateful








Nice pic of Darren, Mia and Darren's team.  I don't recognize the two men on either side of Michael, or the woman to the left of Ricky.

“WE LOVE YOU @darrencriss  heart   Team photo last night after his #EMMYS WINNNNNNNN  star #DarrenCriss
~ Ashley Weston via IG











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Huge CONGRATS to FilAm Actor @DarrenCriss who won LEAD ACTOR IN A LIMITED SERIES OR MOVIE for THE ASSASSINATION OF GIANNI VERSACE: AMERICAN CRIME STORY at the 70th Primetime Emmy Awards!! Darren is the first FilAm to win in a Leading Actor category. So happy and Proud of you brothah! Photos by @Sthanlee B. Mirador | @SIPAUSA [9.17.18]

~ Photographer Sthanlee Mirador via IG




















Darren Criss attends FOX Broadcasting Company, FX, National Geographic and 20th Century Fox Television 2018 Emmy Nominee Party at Vibiana on September 17, 2018 in Los Angeles, California. 

(Photos by Tibrina Hobson/Getty Images)













Darren Criss arrives at the FOX Broadcasting Company, FX, National Geographic and 20th Century Fox Television 2018 Emmy Nominee Party at Vibiana on September 17, 2018 in Los Angeles, California. 

(Photos by Joe Scarnici/WireImage)















Edgar Ramirez, Ryan Murphy, Penelope Cruz, Darren Criss & Gary Newman attend FOX Broadcasting Company, FX, National Geographic and 20th Century Fox Television 2018 Emmy Nominee Party at Vibiana on September 17, 2018 in Los Angeles, California. 

(Photos by Araya Diaz/Getty Images)
















Aw, beautiful pic.  Look how overjoyed Mama and Papa Criss and Chuck look for Darren. :cry

Darren with Chuck & their parents at the Governors Ball for the 70th Primetime Emmy Awards on Monday, Sept. 17, 2018, at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles. heart

(Photo by Alex Berliner/Invision for the Television Academy/AP Images)



















Darren Criss, Justin Timberlake, Jessica Biel, Rachel Brosnahan, Tiffany Haddish and Samira Wiley attend the 70th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards held at the Microsoft Theater on September 17, 2018. 

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Emmys 2018: Darren Criss on His Sweet Shout-Out To His Fiancee (Exclusive)

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Aw, this is sweet of him to send this message to his fans.  heart  Is the next thing a new album (CG or your own)?  He is the true Energizer bunny.   :happy face

DarrenCriss  THANKS EVERYONE!  music note oh what a night  music note

via Darren Criss Army










EMMYS AWARDS 2018 | DARREN CRISS E SEUS PERSONAGENS ÉPICOS | #EmmyTNT

(Source: youtube.com)










Tramp Stamp Granny’s Instagram Story, September 18, 2018

(Source: instagram.com)









Via Ricky Rollins’ Instagram Story, Sept 18, 2018

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StarKid love and pride.  :happy face

Met this kid in high school in an after-school acting class. If you’d told those 16-year-old punk-asses what today would hold, they wouldn’t have believed it. They’d also be freaking the fuck out. Not a ton has changed. Congrats @DarrenCriss.

~ Dylan Saunders via IG








Very sweet message.

jonyricker Watching @darrencriss win an #Emmy last night was such a remarkable experience. Through our years of friendship, Darren has, through immensely hard work, incredible talent, sheer determination, and an infectious spirit, achieved this feat. Pictured here, he invited me to the SAG awards with him and we got to see our heroes be recognized for their work. And that was just a little over 5 years ago. Big things can happen in such a small amount of time. Watching my friend reach that goal last night made me proud, nostalgic, overjoyed, and hopeful for the future all at once. Congrats D!! You fuckin earned this one hard!









calebfoote @darrencriss you’re an inspiration! Still in awe of last night, you stacked up against some huge names and came out with the W! #thanos #americancrimestory #emmys2018 #goblue







Benj looks exactly the same as now (and Darren has such a baby face here).  :amused

Benj Pasek’s IG story






Aw, Grant.  :happy face


Grant Gustin’s Instagram Story, Sept 18, 2018

via Darren Criss Army









“Congrats, my Emmy-winning friend. #emmys

~ Erich Bergen via IG















From d-criss-news, Via Ipwarn--thank you, Ipwarn!  (Link to her tumblr:  http://ipwarn.tumblr.com/.)








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ourladyj: Lucky to be surrounded by this much talent. Congrats on your much deserved #Emmys @mrrpmurphy @darrencriss @crashbpm @ninajacobson @alexisvmw @bradfalchuk @loueyrich

*Bottom two photos from her IG Story










This wins the Emmy for the cutest pic!    Look how happy he is!  :happy face

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mikemekash: Congrats to Darren Criss ! This couldn’t have happened to a more kind, talented human being!









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nepalesruben: My front page story on #DarrenCriss’ historic win as the first #Filipino-American to win an #Emmy lead actor award for #TheAssassinationOfGianniVersace: #AmericanCrimeStory. bit.ly/2QDIPUp








Some great pics!
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Darren Criss with the award for outstanding lead actor in a limited series, movie or dramatic special for “The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story” attends the 70th Primetime Emmy Awards on Monday, Sept. 17, 2018, at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles.










Congrats from many friends:




















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Via Britney Coleman, Erich Bergen, Jwan Yosef, Matt Beckley, Jodi Benson, Cole Ramstad, Molly Texeira-Torres & Brett Maline’s Instagram Story (September 17-18th, 2018)












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Love how supportive Penelope is.  :happy face


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Penelope Cruz Raves About Ryan Murphy & Congratulates Darren Criss On His Emmy Win | Access










d-criss-news:
maureen_orth: Can’t say enough about Emmy Winner crazy talented Darren Criss who so brilliantly played the complex Andrew Cunanan in FX #acsverdace. Felt like he leapt from pages of my book. Darren, also half Filipino, has more social media accounts than Imelda had shoes, also a San Francisco boy so we share that too. #darrencrissarmy #kurrtkoblaine #vulgarfavors








A friendship from Darren's run in Hedwig and the Angry Inch on Broadway.  :happy face

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paul_mcgill_: When talent is rightly awarded, we further our art form. Congrats on the victory, DC! Thanks for continuing to be vulnerable, hard working, and kind.  heart










Max!  :happy face

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mt_max_adler Watching @darrencriss win his future Emmy like… . . . #emmy #win #darrencriss #dreams #proudfriend #fuckyeah









This is nice--great sportsmanship.  :happy face

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This is a nice pic, except Penelope, Judith, and Edgar were cut off.   Darren and Ryan look so happy.  I'm so happy for them! heart

finnwittrock Fun night with these fools. @americancrimestoryfx @televisionacad@remba_ @ashleypweston








Aw, you can tell Darren was struggling to keep tears at bay. :cry

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Darren Criss wins the #Emmys for Lead Actor in a Limited Series or Movie for @americancrimestory-fx!








The family looks so proud of Darren and so happy.  Mama Criss has triangular eye brows too.  :happy face

“I love this picture..it says it all” ~ StarKid talent agent Pat Brady on Facebook

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“Just my fave moment to date” ~ Mia on Facebook, Sept 18, 2018

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This is pretty funny.   Everyone is funny.  :big grin

Guillermo Back-to-Back at the 2018 Emmys

The Emmy Awards hosted the biggest names in TV and our very own Guillermo was there to get exclusive back-to-back interviews with Emmy winners Henry Winkler, Bill Hader, Darren Criss, Tiffany Haddish, John Mulaney, Rachel Brosnahan, Samira Wiley and Penelope Cruz.

(Source: youtube.com)

Link:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=1&v=Jj4pHmx0Yd8

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Emmy winner Darren Criss (“The Assassination of Gianni Versace”) 2018 Primetime Emmys Red Carpet

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Link:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=10&v=eFhHbiZBQRY










“The Assassination of Gianni Versace” star Darren Criss on his Emmy-winning role

(Source: youtube.com)

Link:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=7&v=It5bYlVNHpk







I'm glad that Ryan is beginning to feel accepted.   heart  And such nice words about feeling like his child has won.   :cry  
Vulture wrote:
Ryan Murphy Finally Feels Like He’s ‘In the Club’ After His Versace Emmy Win

Sept 18, 2018

At the Emmys Monday night, Ryan Murphy won his second award for directing, and like Sally Field winning her second Oscar, he’s thrilled that the Television Academy likes him right now. “It’s always such an honor to be nominated but I’ve never felt embraced by that peer group — which is obviously all about me and not about them,” Murphy told Vulture at the Fox/FX Emmy party after his win for directing Versace: American Crime Story. “I’ve lost that category five times in a row. I won for Glee but I never felt like I belonged in the club.” He continued, “I always felt I was an outsider but if you look at tonight and you look at Versace and RuPaul and Drag Race and Queer Eye, I feel like the business is much more embracing of all types of people than they were when I was coming up. So I was very moved.” But is this a club he wants to belong to? “Yes, because I feel like everyone I was nominated against is a true artist — David Lynch — and I looked at the directors in all the other categories and I watched all the shows and they’re all great talents. I’m so honored. I was so so shocked — I just can’t even believe that I won.”

In addition to a win for directing a limited series, American Crime Story also won Outstanding Limited Series, and an acting Emmy for its lead Darren Criss. “I would never have done that project without Darren and I offered him that project before we even had a script,” Murphy said. “I’ve been with him a lot since 2009 and I’ve seen his evolution as an artist and a man and I thought he put himself through a lot to play that part … It’s hard for a young male actor to win that category because they usually reward veterans and people who have been around the block, so the fact that the Academy saw him and what he was capable of — it was like my child had won.”
Source:  http://www.vulture.com/2018/09/ryan-murphy-feels-like-hes-in-the-club-after-emmy-win.html









ABS-CBN News wrote:
'One of my favorite things about myself is being half-Filipino': Darren Criss and his roots

Sept 19, 2018

Now, Criss holds the distinction of becoming the first actor with Pinoy roots to win an Emmy -- perhaps the highest honor in TV.

He won for his role in "The Assassination of Gianni Versace" as Andrew Cunanan, the half-Filipino serial killer notorious for murdering five men, including famous fashion designer Gianni Versace, in 1997.

[ . . . ]

. . . On Twitter: "One of my favorite things about myself is that I'm half Filipino. PERIOD."

"I happen to not look like it, but that face is not what I like. I like the fact that most people don't know it's an ace up my sleeve, an ace I'm very proud of, regardless of what I look like." 

That love for his Pinoy side shone through when he helped raise funds for survivors of super typhoon Yolanda in 2013. 
Recently, he also took the time out to send his love for those affected by typhoon Ompong.

Source:  https://news.abs-cbn.com/entertainment/09/19/18/one-of-my-favorite-things-about-myself-is-being-half-filipino-darren-criss-and-his-roots










GMA News wrote:
Darren Criss on being half-Filipino, playing Andrew Cunanan, and opening a piano bar

September 19, 2018

By Janet Susan R. Nepales

Los Angeles — Darren Criss, 31, became the first Filipino-American to win an Emmy in the Primetime Lead Actor category in the recently concluded 70th Primetime Emmy Awards held at the Microsoft Theater in downtown Los Angeles.

The talented and charming actor/singer/songwriter recently bagged the much-coveted Outstanding Lead Actor in a Limited Series or Movie Award for his portrayal of the serial killer Andrew Cunanan in the award-winning Ryan Murphy-helmed “The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story.”

It was a tough category to be in as Darren was in very good company. Other nominees included John Legend (Jesus Christ Superstar Live In Concert), Antonio Banderas (Genius: Picasso), Benedict Cumberbatch (Patrick Melrose), Jeff Daniels (The Looming Tower), and Jesse Plemons (Black Mirror, USS Callister).

I think Ryan Murphy always had me in mind, which I'm very fortunate to say. I think he said he's always wanted to do this story in some way or another and he brought this up to me before the first series even came out — “The People vs. OJ Simpson.”

[ . . . ]

So he brought it up and he was the one that said he wanted to do it and he wouldn't do it without me, which I appreciated. I had to wait three something years until he did it. The man keeps pretty busy.

[ . . . ]

And there we were. But I was always very, very tantalized by this opportunity and by the story. I can't believe however many years later here we are talking about it.  I'm very proud of what we did.

[ . . . ]

Also, I was in a comfortable environment. I was with people that I'd worked with for years on “Glee” or otherwise and it made for a very comfortable, loose atmosphere, which was almost necessary because otherwise you'd just be living in this dreary space for a while.

[ . . . ]

It is not beyond me that this is directly linked to something horrible that really happened and if it wasn't for a lot of this destruction, would I be having this conversation? And the answer is no.

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The only thing I can do 20 years later, being very helpless, is to try and not exploit this story, not to sensationalize or make a spectacle out of these tragedies, but to tell a story, to sort of raise questions and to get us to think about perspectives we may have missed. That's the only power I really have. 

I often think about the people who are still around that. I mean often, it was every day. That was the heaviest weight on my shoulders. I was thinking about not knowing the Versace family, but the lives of the sons and daughters and family members and loved ones of the people that we talk about in our show that I think before the show didn't really have a whole lot of spotlight and in pop culture or society at large in general.

I think about the way something like this would affect them. A hot-topic water-cooler television show and what that must be like for them, wherever they are, to have to deal with this after having trying to cope with it for twenty years.

Like I said, the only thing that I can hope I'm doing is trying to create some kind of light from so much darkness. So yeah, the irony is not beyond me that here I am, almost custom built, just by sheer providence for this role. How do we bring justice to something that is so devoid of justice?  And the only answer to that is trying to bring a conversation that can help us understand how these things can happen and how we can avoid it and how we can process a tragedy in terms of how did we get there and how we can avoid it in the future. It is a strange, cruel irony, isn't it?

But again, it's the first time I've ever played anybody that was close to my… it's the first time ever anyone's ever really asked about my ethnicity.

[ . . . ]

And so, if that sheds any positivity towards people who maybe feel more represented, especially when you talk about people like Jon Jon Briones who's from the Philippines that has a wonderful role and does an excellent job.

This is a show that is showing, probably first time in my memory, a really complex Filipino character who was a real person and peers into a real Filipino family’s life. To be able to shed light on that is very exciting. I'm very proud to be part of that.

[ . . . ]

I think I have a need to connect people. I have an insatiable desire to bring people together and to have people share a common ground. That has manifested itself in so many different ways in my life, whether it's just being a general Pied Piper of the party.

I like bringing people that I like together.  More recently, we’ll talk about it later, opening a bar with my fiancé.

[ . . .]

I wish I could take more credit, but again, I'm just the pianist. It was her vision and it really does look and feel really beautiful and like the dream that she always had. So we're so proud to share it with people.

The name of the place is “Tramp Stamp Grannies” It's in Hollywood Cahuenga and Hollywood. I think they call it the Cahuenga corner. I think that's the proper name. But yeah, I've feel like I've exhausted my crediting Mia but I really can't praise her enough. Our business partner is this Guy Danny Mazzari, who's sort of the business end and Mia as the creative and I just hit the keys.

On how he sees himself 10 years from now:

[ . . . ]

But the goal I guess would be to, as I was saying before, is to break out into other things and to keep myself and other people off balance. I am a devout fan of the human race. Despite all our flaws, warts and all. I love all the different colors we have in our palette and all the wonderful and terrible things that were capable of and to be able to represent and bring to life all those things to me is the goal. I’m in it for the long game, I'm all about not these quick hits and quick fixes. Everything is connected to each other. So it all has to be a departure from the last thing. And where does that stand in the canvas of all the other colors we painted thus far?

That's the way I look at everything. But my joke I've been saying is because it's so hard to meet something like this because thus far I wouldn't say this is the role of a lifetime because hopefully, you know, there's many more things to come in my lifetime, but as of yet, this certainly has been the project of a lifetime. So much so that I joke that in ten years, I’ll be the forgettable villain in Batman 12 and then everyone's going to go, “Oh God, you know, it's really too bad would happen to that guy” and I’ll be like, “but guys, remember Versace? That was good, right? You like that?” And they're going to be like Darren, that was ten years ago. Get over it, quit living in the past.

So, I don't know, hopefully keep breaking out in new ways in different areas. I fancy myself or my goal is a character person. I enjoy character acting and if I can keep diversifying that portfolio that would be a total goal. Yeah. — LA, GMA News


Source;  http://www.gmanetwork.com/news/showbiz/showbizabroad/668302/darren-criss-on-being-half-filipino-playing-andrew-cunanan-and-opening-a-piano-bar/story/










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From Darren Criss Army:



Inquirer wrote:
Darren Criss says win was ‘pretty wild’ at Emmy party

September 21, 2018

“It’s pretty wild!” Darren Criss exclaimed, clutching the gold trophy he received earlier in the evening, when he arrived at the Fox Emmy party at Vibiana in downtown Los Angeles.

Looking sharp in a modern tux by Armani—no, not by Versace—Darren was beaming with pure joy.

Congratulated on making history as the first Filipino-American to win an Emmy lead actor award for his acclaimed portrayal of Andrew Cunanan in “The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story,” Darren said, “I feel like the title is much bigger than myself. It’s truly an honor. I’m so happy to be representing so many people who share my background and, there are some Filipino or half-Filipino kids out there who can be encouraged by this and, hopefully, we’ll see them very soon at the Emmys.”

On winning his first major acting award for a role that for the first time hewed to his Fil-Am heritage, Darren said, “I’ve always been so thrilled to be Filipino. It’s truly one of my favorite things about myself. And this is the first time in my professional life that people have been curious or asked about my background. I think that is mainly due to the fact that there haven’t been roles that utilized my background or that lined up with the background that I have.”

Above all else, I’m just happy that it was a complex role with far more than one side of him (Cunanan). It was a challenge to bring to life somebody who was complex, tragic and very sad. And to be half-Filipino and bring that to life with the ethnic background I have is a real privilege.”

At 31, the second youngest to win the Emmy best actor in a limited series or movie prize (the youngest winner was Anthony Murphy, in 1973), Darren shared what he felt when his name was called at Microsoft Theater: “I’m just so glad that I had so many cast members and colleagues from the show around me. Because this is only worth celebrating if I’m with them.

“If I had been by myself, this would have been a very empty victory. So, it’s nice to be in such a large ensemble. I was thrilled for them because this is a big win for them, as well.”

The former “Glee” star introduced us to his family when they walked in at Vibiana—mom Cerina, dad Charles and brother Chuck. He said he was blessed to grow up with this family. “As I said in my speech, unlike Andrew, I was very fortunate to be raised in an extraordinarily loving home, which is very different from the  broken home he came up in. It’s no wonder that it makes quite a difference.

“I really wanted them to be here tonight so that I could thank them, and that they know the way they brought me up is directly connected to being here.”

As for what’s next, the singer-actor-composer said, “I have a lot of loose ends I have to tie up, at least for the remainder of the year.”

[. . . ]

I have some other things, some writing I’m working on that I have to get done next.”
Source:  https://entertainment.inquirer.net/294531/darren-criss-says-win-pretty-wild-emmy-party








Wonderful pic of two very proud artists!  heart  Nice words from Cody Fern (who btw stated on social media that the reason why he didn't attend the Emmy ceremony was because he was working on AHS). 




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vrodrigueziii One of these people won an #emmy tonight and it wasn’t me or @msleasalonga happy Congrats to @darrencriss my fellow #Filipino Bro from San Francisco. #thatrhymed #darrencriss #ftw #literally @televisionacad #acsversace #FX #ProudPinoy #FilipinosOnTV #Diversity #Progress








Via gottalivealoha (thank you Lilikoiluv!):






na-page:
Darren Criss arrives at the FOX Broadcasting Company, FX, National Geographic and 20th Century Fox Television 2018 Emmy Nominee Party at Vibiana on September 17, 2018 in Los Angeles, California. Photo by Joe Scarnici









From d-criss-news (via Lilikoiluv-thanks Lilikoiluv!):







d-criss-news:
edgarramirez25: This family, what an honor. Thank you all so very much! #emmys
edgarramirez25: This guy in the middle: our pride! @darrencriss we love you #emmys - and the guy on the right, we line him to pieces too!








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d-criss-news:
Darren Criss at the the 70th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards held at the Microsoft Theater on September 17, 2018.





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Some congrats via social media to Darren for being awarded an Emmy.  I believe I found most of these via @acsversace-news or @DCriss_News.  (Note:  This is in addition to the other posts I made somewhere upstream.  For example Grant Gustin's instagram video congratulating Darren is somewhere above.)  The posts with pics/screen shots are via Darren Criss Army, D-Criss-News, gottalivealoha, ipwarn--thank you!



Ok, is the S.E. Hinton a fan of Darren? confused








Media

Many more congrats from media are posted somewhere above.  The Broadway sites (Broadway.com, BroadwayWorld, Playbill etc) also congratulated Darren via social media.




 



 


















via Darren Criss Army















There were a lot of media that congratulated Darren but I wanted to post this one from Broadway.com because I thought it was sweet.








ACS Versace cast/crew


Again, I tried to post whatever congrats from the ACS Versace family that the DC fan sites noted, so there are many of those posts somewhere above.















d-criss-news:
andrewisamerican  Despite my sour expression, I’m happy to be directing the talented and kind @darrencriss (who just won an Emmy, congrats doood!)
(via theatrevicki)

via ipwarn













He was the director of photography--thanks Lilikoiluv.

acsversace-news:
nelsoncragg: Yes!!!!
via gottalivealoha









d-criss-news:
Via Dascha Polanco’s Instagram Story (September 17, 2018)
via gottalivealoha









acsversace-news:
set_hair: So Excited for Darren Criss and Ryan Murphy!!!ACS The Assassination of Gianni Versace Swept up tonight! So proud to be part of this production and to work with such talented people and be inspired! So proud!
via gottalivealoha















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Jane Lynch retweeted Jenna's congrats to Darren and I believe I saw that Amber congratulated Darren on her IG Story.















 dailyharryshumjr:

via gottalivealoha

Source:  https://mobile.twitter.com/HarryShumJr/status/1042068497591697408


 






 




 

 
 








 













StarKids

Note:  I noticed there are a lot of StarKid friends of Darren who used social media to congratulate him.  I think it's safe to assume every single member of the StarKid theater group is so happy for Darren and congratulated him.  At the end, I posted whatever congratulations via social media from StarKid friends'  that I saw that Darren Criss Army posted (see somewhere above), but there are so many more StarKids' posts than that, and it would take so much time for me to post all their social media congratulations.  Sorry!   :apology   (To be honest, I'm having trouble keeping straight whether I already posted someone's congratulations to Darren, or not--there are so many!)   






d-criss-news:
Pat Brady: I love this picture..it says it all
(via miarren-chill-klaine-coliver)

via ipwarn









Ok, thanks to Lilikoiluv, I found this handy post of many of the StarKids congratulating Darren.  :happy face








eswel:
Starkid family reacting to Darren Criss winning his first Emmy
via gottalivealoha







And a one more from gottalivealoha (thank you Lilikoiluv):



d-criss-news:
Via Tessa Netting’s Instagram Story (September 17, 2018)








Another post that I found (via ipwarn-thank you!) that captures many of the StarKids' congrats to Darren.  There's some overlap between this collage and the one via gottalivealoha/Lilikoiluv.



















(Source: d-criss-news, via imakeitrealinmymind)

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Friends



 















d-criss-news:
ryanlerman: So so happy for this guy! Congrats @darrencriss you bad mutherfucker. Never forget it’s mainly our snaps that got you here! hands in the air
(via belleybuttons)

via ipwarn





Constance is from Transformers Robots in Disguise.



 








Love this message from Word Theatre.  So true about Darren--this is one of his special traits, taking time to support good causes even when he is so busy (and must be very tired).  Love so much that he does this time and time again.  heart heart heart This is also one of my favorite performances of his.  He sounds fantastic, and I love the visual and musical drama of this performance.

d-criss-news:
wordtheatre: While shooting 15 hour days on @acsversace @americancrimestoryfx @darrencriss took the time to support @wordtheatre in the schools by performing in our original production of In The Cosmos @fordtheatres in @discoverla - a hearty congrats to a superstar! @iemmys @televisionacad #emmys #emmys2018 #emmywinner #americancrimestory #versace #authors #actors #la #award #tv
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This video of Ashley Weston being so excited for Darren is very cute.






Some instagram messages (sorry-I didn't do screenshots).  The message from Tobi Lynn is especially sweet and heartfelt.

tony_marion    Holy shit dude you won an Emmy! I never expected any success from you! PS I have an Emmy too....




tobitalks   ring ring ring. um, my dear, #sweet, #genuine, #kind and #OMG so so so #talented friend @darrencriss won an #emmy tonight. AN EMMY! such a deserving award for such a refreshingly real and wonderfully true-blue human. oh dc, i’m so #happy for you! *side note: darren’s one of the busiest guys in the biz, but he’s also the guy who always texts back, always has a #smile on his face and always shares all of his #positivevibes to those around him. case in point, he sent me a text two days ago apologizing for being so busy and traveling and hence missing my birthday party. he’s a #midwest boy with a #heart of gold, and i feel so #lucky to call him my #friend#xo #congratulations #DarrenCriss #emmys2018 #babes #bananaphone #flashback #gratitude #tobitalks #adayinthelifeofaDJ








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pott28   Congrats on your #Emmy win @darrencriss. You’re the #transformer for sure. Some of my makeup and hair on this talented man. @hedwigonbway #drag #darrencriss #mikepotter #mikepottermakeup #wigpotter #macartistrelations
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d-criss-news:
Via Mason Alexander Park’s Instagram Story (September 17, 2018)
via gottalivealoha







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 officialmadalinaghenea  So happy and proud of you @darrencriss . Darren Criss became the second youngest actor to win the #Emmy for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Limited Series or Movie. Thank you #BarryMorrow for giving me the opportunity to work with such a talented actor! #emmys #darrencriss #emmyawards








 










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From Darren Criss Army:


This video has a little more footage than previous version.


acsversace-news:
Emmys 2018 Thank You Cam: Darren Criss From The Assassination Of Gianni Versace: ACS (FULL) | 17 September 2018
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The Assassination of Gianni Versace is available for pre-order on Amazon. Some DVD details on Blu-Ray.com here. | 22 September 2018


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From acsversace-ness (via ipwarn-thank you ipwarn!):



I really enjoyed watching this short video.  As usual, ipwarn's tags do a great job of capturing the essence of the video.  Chaotic, but so joyous and so real in terms of the great positivity, and joyous emotions running through the ACS Versace family.  Love how happy everyone is and how everyone seems to just want to reach out to each other.  heart heart heart


acsversace-news:
The cast and crew of The Assassination of Gianni Versace go onstage to receive the Emmy for Outstanding Limited Series + Backstage Thank You cam (FULL) | 17 September 2018
(via jaded-idealism)

via ipwarn








From Darren Criss Army:

Lots of pics.  I'm just posting a few.  Go to Darren Criss Army for more.  :happy face

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Darren Criss for Emmy Magazine (Robert Ascroft/Contrasto)
















Darren Criss for Emmy Magazine (Robert Ascroft/Contrasto)











Darren Criss for Emmy Magazine (Robert Ascroft/Contrasto)









EDIT:  Added this nice pic. via Darren Criss Army.

Chuck Criss & Emmy Winner Darren Criss at the Emmys :happy face



“spoiler alert: he won!! here is @darrencriss showcasing his trademark Emmy and freakishly long right pinky finger   laugh until you cry not surprised in the slightest but still so proud of you brotherah!!!”

~ Chuck via IG







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People's Choice Awards 2018.

I'm glad Darren made it into the final round for the People Choice Awards for "the Drama TV Star of 2018."  :happy face

Keep voting, guys.  The voting period end Oct. 19--pace yourself.

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Darren is a finalist in the 2018 People’s Choice Awards! Vote here through Oct 19!



Link to vote:  https://pca.eonline.com/?source=social-eentertainment&cmpid=twitter-organic-biolink#vote/cat19











VOTE: http://darrencriss.me/PC
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