October 21, 2016
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Katherine Heigl will campaign for acting Emmy

Hollywoodnews.com: Katherine Heigl is putting herself in the running for the Emmy supporting actress category, despite the fact that she appeared in only half of the “Grey’s Anatomy” episodes this season.

Apparently, per EW, there is no minimum in terms of the number of episodes a thesp must appear in to be considered for the Emmy supporting or lead actor categories.

Heigl plays Dr. Izzie Stevens on “Grey’s.” ABC and Heigl agreed to end the character’s run in March.

Emmy noms are announced on July 8 and ballots are due on June 21. With an eye on best drama, “Grey’s” submitted its two-hour finale, as well as the episodes “The Time Warp,” “Suicide is Painless,” “I Saw What I Saw,” and “Give Peace a Chance” for consideration.

The Emmys will air on NBC on Aug. 29.

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