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4 Emmy-nominated composers on ‘skip credits’ options and the easiest piece they’ve ever written [Exclusive Video Interview]

4 Emmy-nominated composers on ‘skip credits’ options and the easiest piece they’ve ever written [Exclusive Video Interview]

Streaming has obviously changed the game in many ways, one of which is the prevalence of the “skip credits” option. Nearly every streaming services gives viewers the choice to skip opening credits, and then at the end of the episode, it automatically loads the next one instead of letting the end credits roll or promotes a new program if it’s the end of a series or film. For composers, whose work is typically showcased over the credits, it’s not exactly ideal.

“It’s not my favorite development in recent years,” Steven Price (“David Attenborough: A Life on Our Planet”) says during Gold Derby’s Meet the Btl Experts: Composers panel with fellow Emmy nominees Michael Abels (“Allen v. Farrow”), Christopher Lennertz (“The Boys”) and Kris Bowers (“Bridgerton”) (watch above). “There’s something to be said for the film being an entire experience and the idea that you would

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