"This new voting initiative hits the issue of a narrow nominations process head-on and significantly increases the potential for the widest and most diverse selection of nominees possible," then-TV Academy Chairman Dick Askin said at the time. They were also all from older, popular shows who in theory should've gotten nominations under the previous solely popular vote system.(Meloni and James were never nominated again, but Sheen received three more nods, and ?
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C'est en 1992 que Marcia intègre l'équipe de Melrose Place, un feuilleton dramatique à succès des années 1990.
Engagée à l'origine pour un seul épisode, son personnage, le docteur Kimberly Shaw, ne laisse personne indifférent et prend rapidement beaucoup d'importance dans les intrigues de l'hacienda, aux côtés de Heather Locklear, Courtney Thorne-Smith et Laura Leighton entre autres.
In February 2006, the Academy added an extra wrinkle to its nominating procedure.
This was supposed to invite David to the fight to have a shot against Goliath. Neither was 's Charlie Sheen — all fine, enjoyable actors, sure, but the best of the best?
It was conceived to produce a desired effect and tried to force the issue with an extremely narrow focus — culling from a list of 10 or 15 is a lot different than checking off a couple of names out of hundreds and tallying those votes.