Did Emmy Voters Just Troll Megan Amram and ‘An Emmy for Megan?’

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Did Emmy Voters Just Troll Megan Amram and ‘An Emmy for Megan?’
Megan Amram, who created the tongue-in-cheek short-form series “An Emmy for Megan” for the express purpose of winning an Emmy, has failed to win an Emmy for the show for the second year in a row.

But the way in which she lost in the Outstanding Short Form Comedy or Drama Series category this year may have a particular sting to it — because Television Academy voters gave the prize to Nick Hornby’s series “State of the Union,” a show that wouldn’t even have been nominated if it weren’t for “An Emmy for Megan.”

One of the episodes in the first season of “An Emmy for Megan” in 2018 specifically pointed out that the Academy didn’t have any rules about minimum length for a short-form episode. That episode lasted less than 30 seconds — and after last year’s Emmys, the Academy changed its rules to require that short-form series
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