Emmy nominations were announced Thursday morning, and though there are plenty of reasons to be happy, just about everybody is going to have a gripe or three (no "Orphan Black," very little "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" and "The Good Wife"?) -- because there's just a ridiculous amount of great TV worth honoring.
Los Angeles Times television critic Mary McNamara and The Times' Gold Standard awards columnist Glenn Whipp will discuss the nominees and the not-so-fortunate, the omissions and the outrage in a live video chat today at noon Pacific. And, yes, they have their own thoughts and opinions, but they'd be happy to answer your pressing questions, too. Just send them their way via Twitter using the hashtag #asklatimes.
Among the topics at hand: Can "Breaking Bad" repeat as the drama series winner in its last go-around? Or might HBO's "True Detective" wrest that Emmy away? Can any comedy beat "Modern Family," which has won the series Emmy for each of its four seasons? And if so, which program is a worthy successor? (We're partial to "Orange Is the New Black," but feel free to make your own case.)
And there's plenty more to examine and review, which we'll do. And, again, feel free to participate via Twitter, using the hashtag #asklatimes. See you soon.
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