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Emmys 2020 predictions and analysis: It's time Trevor Noah takes home a trophy

The same slate of six late-night talk shows have earned Emmy nominations the last two years. And though the COVID-19 pandemic has upended their formats and presentation, it's a pretty safe bet that voters will return all six series to the Emmys this year. Why change ... until it's time to award the trophy. Then voters would do well to consider an old favorite they haven't rewarded since it changed hosts five years ago.

Here's how

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