Wednesday, July 13th, 2022 3:54 PM
Which of the nominees of The 74th Primetime Emmy Awards (2022) for Outstanding Host for a Reality or Competition Program do you think should win?
1 year ago
Please correct the discussion link for your list ( https://www.imdb.com/list/ls567597353/ ).
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For Your Consideration,
I am not sure a person or name type of poll is the best way to represent the nominees in this category. In this category, half of the nominees are individual hosts (3) and the other half are shared nominations among a group of hosts (3). In total, there are really only six nominees for this award, even though they total sixteen named individuals on those six reality/competition program host nominations.
Which of the six nominees of The 74th Primetime Emmy Awards (2022) for Outstanding Host for a Reality or Reality-Competition Program do you think should win?
@urbanemovies thank you for the advice, I made a new list
Dan, has updated your poll suggestion on the Emmys 2022 master list to the title list to ensure the right list goes live.
But, you just need to update the poll header of this suggestion with the title list's link by editing this poll header.
(new list: https://www.imdb.com/list/ls567963496/)
I would also suggest deleting the second discussion thread you have created @
It is unecessary and actually makes it harder to carry on a conversation about your poll suggestion and to understand what is going on with it.
@urbanemovies ok, thank you, done.
@mariojacobs It is still not right.
@urbanemovies thanks , now it is right.
@mariojacobs This looks good, well done, it seems ready to go live.
It is officially called Outstanding Host for a Reality or Competition Program
No need to make it longer.
Emmys 2022 — Outstanding Host for a Reality or Competition Program
Live Poll: https://www.imdb.com/poll/jsCB4-Hyz4k/
Please change "Poll Suggestion" to "Live Poll" in the discussion thread title and change the settings so that it appears under "Praise" now, rather than "Idea."
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I haven't seen any of them, but if Nick Offerman's in it, he's probably going to do a good job of it.