What shows will win Emmys this year? See an expert's predictions
'The Crown,' 'The Queen's Gambit' and 'Ted Lasso' are expected to be big winners.
, which will be broadcast in front of a very limited, pandemic-sensitive audience on Sunday, are bound to be both predictable and full of surprises.It's a year when Netflix may win its first outstanding series award (for"The Crown"); it's a year when the late Michael K. Williams might finally win his first Emmy posthumously (for HBO's"Lovecraft Country") after five nominations; it's a year that might see streaming services take the throne from premium cable
andbroadcast TV to scoop up the big awards of the night.Who'll get a royal welcome from this year's Emmys?TODAY Illustration / Netflix/ AlamyOf course, no one can be sure. But awards expert and Turner Classic Movies host Dave Karger has been watching all of the shows, and all of the drama behind the scenes, and thinks he has a pretty good grip on who'll be taking home the statues Sunday.
For one thing, he expects a sweep."The last couple of years, certain shows seem to sweep the major categories, shows like 'Fleabag' or 'Schitt's Creek' or 'Succession,'" he tells TODAY."I'm expecting a handful of shows to do very well, and most other shows to get shut out. Voters fall in love with certain shows, and vote for them up and down the ballot." headtopics.com
In addition, he notes that last year's big winners ("Schitt's,""Succession,""Euphoria,""Watchmen") didn't field any new material in the latest eligible season."That opens the door for a lot of new shows and performers being recognized," he says.
So for those of you planning your Emmy pools, here's the scoop you'll need to predict at least the big awards of the night: Read more: »
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