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In the era of ‘peak TV,’ how do you decide what to watch?




James Marsden and Evan Rachel Wood in
James Marsden and Evan Rachel Wood in "Westworld" (2016). The show received 22 Emmy nominations Thursday, tying with "Saturday Night Live" for the most nods.
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Emmy nominations are out Thursday, brightening the spotlight on some of TV’s heavyweights and newcomers.

A nod of recognition from the Television Academy is a boon for networks, granting additional buzz and viewership. But for many TV watchers, it also means adding to a seemingly never-ending list of binge-worthy shows, with too little time to get through them all.

There is simply too much television. So how do you wade through the endless options? How do you decide what to watch and what to skip? And what are your recommendations from this year’s pool of Emmy nominees?

Call in at 866-893-5722 and share your tips with us.

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Guest:

Dominic Patten, chief TV critic and a senior editor at the entertainment news site, Deadline Hollywood, who's been following the Emmy nominations and the notable snubs