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‘Stranger Things’ Only Submits Dacre Montgomery For Emmy Nominations This Year Due To New Rules

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The “Stranger Things” cast will be sitting this one out this year. Actor Dacre Montogomery is the lone representative for “Stranger Things” at this year’s Emmys awards submissions due to restrictive guidelines for the award show voting period.

Despite the electrifying success of Season 4 Vol. 2 of the ’80s sci-fi adventure series last summer, which saw the “Stranger Things” cast fighting the sinister powers of dark entity Vecna, most of the show’s stand-out stars aren’t eligible for the ballot at this year’s awards ceremony.

The new rule occurred in June 2022 when the TV Academy eliminated the “hangover episode rule”, which gave grace to a series that premieres current-season episodes after the May 31 eligibility deadline but before the commencement of nomination round-voting. READ MORE: ‘Stranger Things’ Final Season To Be Delayed By Writers’ Strike The fourth season of the Netflix behemoth was divided into two parts.

Vol 1, consisting of seven episodes, debuted on May 27, 2022, and was eligible for the 2022 Emmys, where it competed for 13 noms and took home five wins, most notably for stunt coordination, sound editing, and prosthetic makeup.

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