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    Quote Originally Posted by sweetlovers1224 View Post
    LN was nominated for five Emmy awards in the US. So it might be sparking back up since Billboard did an article about its nominations (even though when in the last ten years has Billboard been a reputable source of any news? They've essentially turned into a Buzzfeed/TMZ hybrid.)
    HBO are like the second biggest sponsors of those awards. The nominations mean nothing as they were bought.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SmoothGangsta View Post
    HBO are like the second biggest sponsors of those awards. The nominations mean nothing as they were bought.
    Never knew that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sweetlovers1224 View Post
    Never knew that.
    People from The Emmys also said to fans that contacted them that a documentary is evaluated on it's production and stuff only and not whether it is factually accurate or not which is brain numbingly stupid. Nobody will remember that it even got nominated. This is just one last desperate attempt by HBO to make LN relevant in the public eye.
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    ^ It puts me slightly in mind of the BBC submitting their coverage of the police raid of Sir Cliff Richard's home for an award... it just looks all kinds of wrong, regardless of your views on a person's innocence or guilt of extremely serious allegations.

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