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UPDATED: May 12, 2022
2022 EMMYS predictions:
Best Supporting Actress in a Limited Series or TV Movie
Award prediction commentary:
With his daughter Margaret Quali, devalued Andy McDowell Netflix’s “Maid” shocks the world again. As the show has seemed a bit unfocused in recent episodes, she may be the only one in the race to top the race. Jennifer Coolidge For HBO’s “The White Lotus”.
Hail to the Queen of Resorts! Coolidge became an event in social media and industry circles after her scene-stealing turn in the HBO Limited series. In any category, she can be sure to take the lead in the nomination voting.
Always the bride, never the bride, Connie Britain HBO’s satirical approach to the rich is divine. While many of her co-stars are also in the mix – especially with Coolidge, Alexandra Dadario and Sidney Sweeney – she is another potential candidate on the line for the name.
Receiving numerous nominations for “Veep” but never winning, Anna Chlumsky There is a bright and reliable light in any of his projects. Angling for attention with her co-star Julia Garner; They could be a packaged deal, which pushes them to the forefront for Netflix’s “Invention Anna”.
Sensational and deep running, Caitlin Dever Danny Strong delivers his outstanding performance in the limited series “Dopesic”. Standing tall next to star Michael Keaton, he’s getting enough push by putting Amy Mix in the thick of it.
An Emmy-winner for “The Handmade Tale”, she is an experienced genius Ann Dowd, Featuring Mrs. Garrett’s classic TV character in ABC’s remake – “Live in Front of a Studio Audience: ‘The Facts of Life’ and ‘Diff’rent Strokes.'” Another powerhouse mode from Dow? Hope so
Demonstrating amazing acting techniques in her film careerDominic Fishback Unlike Samuel L. Jackson in Apple’s “The Last Days of Ptolemy Gray,” it brings warmth. When big names are in the conversation, Amy can often fall for the raw talent and take the time to recognize the achievement.
With her real life husband Tim McGraw, country music star Faith Hill Taylor makes good use of the pain and emotion of a powerful woman in Sheridan’s “1883”. Paramount + continues to roll out the word, and in the role of her first television series, she was impressed throughout making the issue for nomination.
Lots of Emmy names and wins with another acting contender as a guest actress in the comedy series category for “Hacks”. Laurie Metcalfe Hones grace and wisdom in your work. Hulu is behind Metcalf with “The Dropout” and rightly so. She can be an easy pickup.
There always seems to be a lone candidate from a series that doesn’t usually score much in the other Emmy categories. When her co-star Ale Fanning struggles to get to a place, Chloe Sevigny There may be a clear path from Hulu to nominating her for “The Girl from Plainville”.
This is not a complete list of submitted claimants, it will be added every Thursday.
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Emmy qualification period which runs from May 1, 2021 to May 31, 2022. The deadline to enter programs for primetime programming and to upload all entry materials is May 12, 2022, at 6:00 PM PT.
Nomination phase of voting runs from June 16 to June 27. Official nominations for the 74th Emmy Awards will be announced on Tuesday, July 12.
The programs listed below and the list of potential candidates are incomplete and subject to change. The full television awards season calendar is linked here.
2021 category winner: Julian Nicholson, “Mere of Easttown” (HBO)
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Award Class History (Supporting Actress Limited Series)
The Primetime Emmy Awards, also known as the Ames, are one of television’s most prestigious art awards. There are many records for both wins and nominations in almost eight decades.
For wins: The rules for this category have changed many times over the years, but it stands, five women have won this category twice – Jane Alexander, Judy Davis, Colin Dehurst, Regina King and Mare Winningham. King is the only person to have won two awards in a row.
Nominations: Kathy Bates has received the most seven nominations in this category, winning once for “American Horror Story”. Coincidentally, his series is also the most nominated program in this category with 12 nominations.
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About the Primetime Emmy Awards (Emmy)
The Primetime Emmy AwardKnown as Emmys, given by the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (ATAS). Since 1949, the awards have recognized excellence in American primetime television programming. They are divided into three categories – Primetime Emmy Awards, Primetime Creative Arts Emmy Awards (honoring artists’ achievements), and Primetime Engineering Emmy Awards (recognizing important engineering and technical contributions). The specific qualification period is between June 1 and May 31 of any year. The Television Academy consists of more than 25,000 members, representing 30 professional peer groups, including artists, directors, producers, art directors and various artisans and executives.
- The 74th Emmy Awards will take place on Monday, September 12 and will air on NBC.
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