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Dropout’s ‘Game Changer’ Remains Emmy Eligible Despite Finale Delay, Season 7 Writers’ Room Set to Open (EXCLUSIVE)

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Clayton Davis Senior Awards Editor The two-part season finale of Dropout‘s hit game series “Game Changer,” originally scheduled to premiere on May 20, has been delayed “to allow for more time in the edit.” On Monday, Sam Reich, host and Dropout CEO, announced on social media: “Scheduling Update: we’re pushing the 2-part Game Changer season finale to allow for more time in the edit.

It’s one of the most complicated episodes we’ve ever done (you’ll see why). Part 1 will now launch on Dropout on June 3rd, and Part 2 on June 17th.” Despite the delay, the sixth season, which featured seven episodes, surpasses the six-episode minimum requirement for submission for the outstanding game show category.

According to current Emmy rules, the two-part finale will compete as part of the upcoming seventh season when it airs during the next eligibility window.

This is consistent with other competition and game shows with multiple seasons competing as one, such as Netflix’s “Is It Cake,” vying for outstanding reality competition program, with a combined second season, aired in June 2023, and its third season in March 2024.

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