"Playing Thrones" will probably lead nominations.
HBO's "Game of Thrones" has earned more Emmys – 47 – from all other television series. Three times the best winner in the drama, the epic show based on the George R. Martin is the favorite to win the prize once more.
Or is it? the "Game of Thrones," which had a final on May 19, proved too much for some fans and critics. Some of them were dissatisfied with how it closed. Some of them felt uncomfortable with what they perceived as turning out and suddenly typical flip-flops. Through all this, however, the popularity of the series is stunning. When digital viewing is on, an average of 45.8 million people watched last season's episodes, HBO says.
BBC America "Eve Murder", HBO Heritage, and Ryan Murphy's "Pose" drama "They could make their first best drama nominations.
The Last Vee by Julia Louie-Dreyfus.
Emi is usually a victory for Julia Louis-Dreyfus. Like Selina Meyer at HBO's "Veep", she has won an exclusive lead actress in the comedy series six times, defeating Candice Bergen and Don Knotts for most of Emmys, won by a performer in one role.
Ms. Louis-Dreyfus has taken home eight Emmy statues in total, linking Cloris Leachman with the most earned of actors. She will have many Emmy voters who will cling to her after returning after she revealed she had breast cancer. The host has become a comedian at Amazon on "The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel ". Ms. Brosnahan is a shoo-in who will be nominated again. three-time winner, "The Wonder Ms. Majlis" who won the award last year, and Hari's "Barry", the bloodstained series that won the acting Emmy for Bill Hader and Henry Winkler last fall.
Several recent nominees, including the Atlanta, Restriction of Enthusiasm and the Silicon Valley, are not eligible this year. The Academy of Television, the managing authority behind the awards, believes that the programs were issued from June 1, 2018 to May 31, 2019.
The female actors will be competitive. the entertainment industry, continues to distribute awards by gender. Critics' Television Association Awards went on a different path, awarding prizes, regardless of gender, in categories divided by genre (drama and comedy). And when the group of critics announced their candidates last month, she offered the power of female television performers by releasing 10 women out of 12 candidates.
The field's resilience will be proven on the day of the nomination, "Killing Eve" star Sandra O – who has been nominated six times without Emmy's victory – is the only actress nominated last year to meet the requirements of bribe. Other contenders are Ms O'Cal, the other candidate, Jodie Comer; Julia Roberts, from "Amazon" to "Homecoming"; and Laura Lennie, Netflix star of Ozark.
The Academy can also honor a rookie as the best actor in the drama. Matthew Ris, who won last year for his role in FX's final season of the Americans, came out of the race.