(AP) — Some Emmy Award nominations seemed like a lock: “Game of Thrones” was going to earn a haul . “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” would still charm voters. The final goodbye to “Veep” would surely end in nominations.
But who would have bet against Jim Parsons? And who thought “Schitt’s Creek” would finally get noticed by Emmy voters long after its cameras were turned off? And who thought the powerful “When They See Us,” which shined a light on a 30-year-old miscarriage of justice, would be hailed with over a dozen nominations?