TV Guide Senior Critic Matt Roush on the Emmys, “A lot of terrific freshman programming”

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FILE- In this May 12, 2017, file photo actress Melissa McCarthy portrays White House spokesman Sean Spicer, while taping a segment for Saturday Night Live on Friday in New York. Almost from Day One, it was clear that Sean Spicer would ride a uniquely rocky and humiliating road as President Donald Trump’s White House press secretary. (AP Photo/Bebeto Matthews, File)

TV Guide Senior Critic Matt Roush tells John how the Emmys Sunday has changed since its inception, and the talents this year’s Emmys will emphasize. He and John share what they find to be the most deserving wins, including Melissa McCarthy’s role of Sean Spicer and Dave Chappelle’s performance on “Saturday Night Live.”

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