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Hollywood LOVES shows about them. Also, apparently, HBO has the big contingent of voters in the Academy. Not sure how or why, but it’s something I always hear. Those voters are definitely more excited about Barry (+1100) than old favorites Curb and Silicon Valley. Mrs. Maisel is absolutely delightful and should win. With those odds though, you’ll have to put down more money than the show’s entire season budget to see any return. Up against Brosnahan, Insecure’s lead (+2000) is a long shot, but her show trends on Twitter every new episode. Her cult following just keeps growing. A win would surprise everyone, but no one would argue it. Everything I wrote for Atlanta applies here, ON TOP OF THE FACT some of the older voters just learned he’s also Childish Gambino.
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Bonnetta, who gleefully described her three panelists as gambling "degenerates" during the debut episode, hosts the show in Los Angeles. While "Lock It In" intersperses its betting analysis with interviews, it's also a trash-talking game show of sorts, built around a segment in which the three panelists use virtual money to make daily "bets," leading to the crowning of a weekly champion. "It's incredible that we're able to have a show that's the first of its kind covering gambling, but I think that even if you were not a gambler, you'd enjoy this show," said Bonnetta, a neophyte sports bettor who sees herself as a surrogate for viewers who aren't yet degenerate gamblers. "Ever since the show was announced, so many people have come up to me and said, 'I've been waiting for something like this to happen.'" Shows like "Lock It In" are just one phase in betting's impact on the sports television industry, Dixon said. He expects talk about betting to become even more prominent throughout every form of sports programming, although he doesn't expect it to become an annoyance for fans who aren't interested in gambling.
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