Emmy Predictions can start for the winners since the nominations have finally been announced. “
” led the nominations for drama series while they omitted shows like “ Succession ” and “ Pose ” in their expanded lineup of eight nominees. In the end, it looks to be the HBO drama show to lose with the possibility of Netflix’s “ Euphoria ” or even possibly Disney+’s freshman series “ The Crown ” to bring it home. “ The Mandalorian ” could have a fighting chance as well. Ozark
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18 nominations later, "Succession" is the frontrunner, taking multiple spots in multiple categories. It also has writing, directing, and casting, which is everything you need to win the big one.
With quarantine life going, could a younger demographic get things going for something like "The Mandalorian" or a more "sophisticated" voting bloc such as the Brits for 'The Crown" or "Ozark?"
British royalty is always a good pick for some love and Netflix put lots of love behind it.
The lack of supporting actor nominations might have been telling of not enough broad support. "Succession" has EVERYTHING.
There's going to be a lot of money put behind this by Disney and they could have a really good shot considering their nomination tally of 15
This would be "lighter" than selections Emmys have made in the past. The show also has no acting nominations.
The third season dropped during the lockdown and it has as many fans as ever. Netflix feels very confident about its chances and its nominations proved it.
The focus may shift towards "The Crown" for the big wins.
The snub heard around the world was for Bob Odenkirk in arguably the show's strongest season yet. Could that snub bleed over into the top award?
In this field, that seems impossible
Was once the "cool kid" and won this category. Are they ready to go back?
It felt like such a long time ago that the Hulu show won in this category. They seemed to have moved on based on the Elisabeth Moss miss.
Still, one of the best series that any network can offer. This previous season was the best yet.
"The Mandalorian" will suck up the votes going to the "cool kids" and the lack of nods for David Harbour and Millie Bobby Brown was telling.
Despite lackluster praise this past season, the show returned, and with both of its stars nominated.
If BBC wants wins, their focus needs to go towards Jodie Comer and/or Sandra Oh.