Emmy voting ends on June 25, so we’re coming to a (temporary) end of these “For Your Consideration” events. But The Good Place deserves all the pleas in the world, so go for it, guys.
And while we’re here, I’d be remiss in not mentioning the work of one of its writers, Megan Amram. To see if she could win an Emmy, she decided to enter for Outstanding Actress in a Short Form Comedy or Drama Series, playing a fictionalized version of herself in six 5-minute episodes that are… all about her quest to win the Emmy for Outstanding Actress in a Short Form Comedy or Drama Series. It’s called, yes, An Emmy For Megan, and it’s gleefully silly. (“Acting is just… writing with your mouth!”) (“I can guarantee you will likely get nominated for this award.” “That is so good to hear because that is truly why I’m doing this.”) Check them out on Vulture. Personally, I feel like it should win just for synergy.