I don’t know where it started, but I’ll be the one to talk some sense and end it. Nobody involved with The Bloodline deserves an Emmy. Stop it. Get a hold of yourselves. None of these people are winning the most prestigious award in television for making silly faces at each other while delivering the usual awful WWE style dialogue with hilariously over the top acting and exaggerated mannerisms that wouldn’t get them work in a decent community theater troupe, all while shot in the trademark cornball WWE style that more closely resembles a shitty Disney Channel tween show than any kind of prestige television drama.