Sunday, June 18, 2023

Emmy Predictions 2023 - Who Will Likely Be Nominated for Supporting Actress in a Drama Series?

From June 15 to 26, 2023, voting is taking place for The 75th Primetime Emmy Awards. As such, it's fun to look at which actors and shows have the best chances of actually being nominated this year. So, these are my predictions for which performers will be nominated for Supporting Actress in a Drama Series.

Performers most likely to be nominated:
  1. Jennifer Coolidge for HBO's The White Lotus
  2. Elizabeth Debicki for Netflix's The Crown
  3. J. Smith-Cameron for HBO's Succession
  4. Aubrey Plaza for HBO's The White Lotus
  5. Meghann Fahy for HBO's The White Lotus
  6. Christina Ricci for Showtime's Yellowjackets
  7. Rhea Seehorn for AMC's Better Call Saul
  8. Carol Burnett for AMC's Better Call Saul
Serious threats that could break through:
  1. Lesley Manville and Olivia Williams for Netflix's The Crown
  2. Sabrina Impacciatore, Haley Lu Richardson, Beatrice Grannò and Simona Tabasco for HBO's The White Lotus
  3. Olivia Cooke, Milly Alcock, Eve Best and Emily Carey for HBO's House of the Dragon
  4. Ann Dowd, Yvonne Strahovski, Samira Wiley, Madeline Brewer, Amanda Brugel, Genevieve Angelson and Ever Carradine for Hulu's The Handmaid's Tale
  5. Lauren Ambrose, Sophie Thatcher, Simone Kessell, Courtney Eaton, Samantha Hanratty, Jasmin Savoy Brown and Sarah Desjardins for Showtime's Yellowjackets
  6. Justine Lupe for HBO's Succession
  7. Genevieve O'Reilly, Denise Gough, Adria Arjona and Faye Marsay for Disney+'s Andor
  8. Anne-Marie Duff, Sarah Greene, Eve Hewson and Eva Birthistle for AppleTV+'s Bad Sisters
  9. Amanda Plummer, Gates McFadden, Jeri Ryan, Michelle Hurd and Marina Sirtis for Paramount+'s Star Trek: Picard
  10. Golda Rosheuvel, Arsema Thomas, Michelle Fairley, Adjoa Andoh and Ruth Gemmell for Netflix's Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story
  11. Jennifer Ehle, Aminah Nieves, Michelle Randolph, Julia Schlaepfer and Marley Shelton for Paramount+'s 1923
  12. Amy Brenneman and Alia Shawkat for FX's The Old Man
  13. Juliet Rylance, Hope Davis, Katherine Waterston, Jen Tullock and Diarra Kilpatrick for HBO's Perry Mason
  14. Piper Perabo and Kelsey Asbille for Paramount Network's Yellowstone
  15. Emily Swallow for Disney+'s The Mandalorian
Some considerable long-shots:
  1. Morfydd Clark, Nazanin Boniadi and Sophia Nomvete for Amazon's The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power
  2. Thandiwe Newton and Tessa Thompson for HBO's Westworld
  3. Hong Chau, Fola Evans-Akingbola and Sarah Desjardins for Netflix's The Night Agent
  4. Dianne Wiest for Paramount+'s Mayor of Kingstown
  5. Audra McDonald, Sarah Steele and Charmaine Bingwa for Paramount+'s The Good Fight
  6. Lesley Manville for Amazon's Citadel
  7. Ali Ahn and Nana Mensah for Netflix's The Diplomat
  8. Claudia Doumit, Dominique McElligott and Colby Minifie for Amazon's The Boys
  9. Bailey Bass for AMC's Interview With the Vampire
  10. Jessica Matten for AMC's Dark Winds
  11. Hope Davis, Rosie Perez, Amy Landecker and Lilli Kay for Showtime's Your Honor
  12. Beth Grant, Annabeth Gish and Jen Richards for AMC's Mayfair Witches
  13. Jodi Balfour, Coral Peña and Cynthy Wu for AppleTV+'s For All Mankind
  14. Sasheer Zamata, Abbey Lee and Kali Rocha for Showtime's Waco: The Aftermath
  15. Marianne Jean-Baptiste, Ari Graynor and Millie Brady for AppleTV+'s Surface
Colorful oddities that still have an outside chance:
  1. Andie MacDowell and Chyler Leigh for Hallmark's The Way Home
  2. Shannon Thornton and Loretta Devine for Starz's P-Valley
  3. Ruth Wilson for HBO's His Dark Materials
  4. Christine Lahti and Andrea Martin for Paramount+'s Evil
  5. Vivienne Acheampong for Netflix's The Sandman
  6. Amanda Peet and Alyssa Jirrels for Paramount+'s Fatal Attraction
  7. Betty Gabriel and Nina Hoss for Amazon's Jack Ryan
  8. Riley Keough and Jeanne Tripplehorn for Amazon's The Terminal List
  9. Tilly Keeper and Amy-Leigh Hickman for Netflix's You
  10. Cobie Smulders for Freevee's High School

The nominations for The 75th Primetime Emmy Awards will be announced on Wednesday, July 12.