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Emmy Winner Predictions 2013: Best Stunt Coordination

The Emmys are less than one month away…so it’s best to start predicting. I’m going to take a look at each category and predict who I think will be taking home the lovely Emmy statue on Sept. 15 (Creative Arts) or Sept. 22 (Primetime telecast).

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Best Stunt Coordination – Drama Series or TV Movie/Miniseries:
Blue Bloods – “Secrets & Lies”
NCIS – “Revenge”
Revolution – “Nobody’s Fault But Mine”
Southland – “Bleed Out”

*Once again, the Emmys have thrown a curve ball and decide to change up the categories. Now Stunt Coordination is split into two categories: one for Drama and TV Movie/Miniseries and another one for Comedy and Variety. It doesn’t really make a whole lot of sense. Comedy and variety programs are not known for their intense stunt work. But maybe they did it to please the stunt guild. As for this category, even though Southland has been undeservedly ignored in every other category, it has swept the Stunt category for the past two years and they should easily win one more for its final season. The biggest threat seems to be Revolution. Watch out for that one.*

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Best Stunt Coordination – Comedy Series or Variety Program:
It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia
Modern Family
Supah Ninjas

*This lineup is really hard to determine a winner. I’m not sure what the voters are going to be looking for. But if they go for big action sequences/fight sequences, then the Nickelodeon show Supah Ninjas should easily win. It has typical fight scenes that voters usually go for. But Emmy voters always love Modern Family, so I can see a case where it wins for that reason alone. I have another prediction: both categories will be consolidated next year and only one Stunt Coordination category will remain.*