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Could ‘The Kominsky Method’ season 2 be Chuck Lorre’s ticket to his overdue first Emmy?

Could ‘The Kominsky Method’ season 2 be Chuck Lorre’s ticket to his overdue first Emmy?

When you look at writer-producer Chuck Lorre‘s resume, you might assume he already has Emmys spilling off his mantel, but he surprisingly hasn’t won one yet. Could that change this year thanks to the second season of “The Kominsky Method,” his comedy about an acting coach (Michael Douglas) and his friendship with his agent (Alan Arkin). It dropped on Netflix last fall.

Lorre is the creator of classic network sitcoms like “Grace Under Fire,” “Cybill” and “Dharma and Greg,” but he didn’t earn his first Emmy nomination until 2004, when he was up for Best Main Title Theme Music for co-writing the theme for “Two and a Half Men.” Then he earned three Best Comedy Series nominations for that show (2006-2008) and another four Best Comedy noms for “The Big Bang Theory” (2011-2014).

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Alas, he started rising

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