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Emmy Awards 2019 betting odds

Best Actor - Drama

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Unibet
1.25
3.75
6.00
13.00
34.00
51.00

Best Actress - Drama

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1.44
4.00
6.00
21.00
34.00
34.00
51.00

Best Actor - Comedy

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1.15
9.00
9.00
31.00
34.00
51.00

Best Actress - Comedy

Odd unit: EU | UK | US
Unibet
1.25
6.00
7.50
15.00
51.00
51.00

Predicting the Favourites at the 2019 Emmy Awards

With the 2019 Emmy Awards set for September 22nd, the favourites to win the major categories have already been set. Although the Emmy Awards use a different set of standards for predicting the winners compared to sporting events, there are certain factors that come into play when making such selections.

For those who are looking at a little insight into which nominees stand the best chance to win, here are a few indicators as to who will win and who might surprise at the 2019 Emmy Awards.

Game of Thrones

Despite a final season and in particular, a final episode that failed to impress many critics and fans, Game of Thrones still garnered the most nominations for any show this season. At a whopping 32 nominations which set a new record, the question is not will Game of Thrones win an Emmy, it’s how many and in what categories. Currently, the show has favourites in most of the major categories including the following;

Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series: Kit Harington
Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series: Emily Clarke
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series: Peter Dinklage
Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series: Maisie Williams

Admittedly, Peter Dinklage has fierce competition from two of his Game of Thrones co-stars, but the Emmys are famous for giving the previous year’s winner another award which leads to the second predictor.

Previous Winners

The Emmys are famous, some would say notorious, for giving the same actors the same awards year after year. This year, the most prominent previous winner who is still the most likely to win in her category is Julia Louis-Dreyfus for Veep.

Julia has won the Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series six years running for every year the series has been on the air. Now that Veep is ending, it’s almost a no-brainer that she is the odd-on favourite to win yet again. It helps that her competition is good, but not outstanding which is why you can safely predict a seventh win for her this September.

Who is Due?

This is when an actor or actress has been nominated several times, but never has won and suddenly the Emmy voters realize that it has happened. While sometimes it does never happen, such as when Angela Lansbury was nominated 12 times for Murder, She Wrote and never won. It seems that perennial bridesmaid Amy Adams may finally get an Emmy for her work in Sharp Objects.

However, Amy is no sure-fire winner as the Outstanding Lead Actress in a Limited Series or Movie is a tough one. Particularly with the powerful performance of Michelle Williams in Fosse/Verdon. But it does seem that Amy just might nab this one. Although for those who want a slightly riskier take, Williams is a good alternative choice.

There is no doubt that the 2019 Emmy Awards will pack some surprises, but there are also strong patterns based on previous trends that help make selecting the favourites easier to make.


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