Friday, June 23, 2017

2017 Emmy Nomination Predictions: Best Supporting Actor in a TV Movie/Limited Series

2017 Nomination Predictions
Hank Azaria "The Wizard of Lies"
Martin Freeman "Sherlock: The Lying Detective"
Alfred Molina "Feud: Bette and Joan"
Alexander Skarsgard "Big Little Lies"
David Thewlis "Fargo"
Stanley Tucci "Feud: Bette and Joan"

Other Contenders - Reg E. Cathey "The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks", Toby Jones "Sherlock: The Lying Detective", James Cromwell "The Young Pope", Michael Stuhlbarg "Fargo", Michael Kenneth Williams "The Night Of", Idris Elba "Guerrilla", Connor Jessup "American Crime", Benito Martinez "American Crime", Richard Cabral "American Crime", David Hyde Pierce "When We Rise", Cuba Gooding Jr. "American Horror Story: Roanoke", Denis O'Hare "American Horror Story: Roanoke"

Commentary - So this race is a toss up for me. I feel like Stanley Tucci will win another Emmy for his entertaining role in Feud, and I feel like his co-star Alfred Molina is a lock for a nomination. Beyond that, I honestly don't know. Martin Freeman is a perennial nominee, David Thewlis is the strongest from a weaker season of Fargo and she has a huge role in Wonder Woman. Hank Azaria is a favorite among these voters, even though The Wizard of Lies was kind of a dud. Finally, Alexander Skarsgard started off on the outside. But Big Little Lies is on the rise, and I think he joins his female cast members with an Emmy nod. Watch our for Reg E. Cathey who is a recent winner, James Cromwell is a classic, Michael Kenneth Williams is a recent nominee, and Idris Elba is, well, Idris Elba. Also never doubt the American Crime and American Horror Story boys, although it feels like those shows have peaked a bit.

No comments:

Post a Comment