Emmys 2021 Ballot: Who Ought to Win for Supporting Actor in a Drama Collection?
This yr’s Emmy race for Excellent Supporting Actor in a Drama Collection is an eclectic mixture of performers… however The Handmaid’s Story dominates the sphere.
Hulu’s dystopian drama claimed three of the eight nominations this yr, similar to HBO’s Succession did final yr. However with Succession — together with final yr’s winner, The Morning Present‘s Billy Crudup — ineligible this time round, The Handmaid’s Story has stepped as much as fill the void, led by Bradley Whitford along with his second straight nod as Commander Lawrence. (He additionally gained an Emmy for the position in 2019 within the Visitor Actor class.) He’s joined by costars O-T Fagbenle (Luke) and Max Minghella (Nick), every snagging their first profession nomination.
Their fellow nominees have loads of Emmy expertise, although. Perry Mason‘s John Lithgow is angling to win his seventh (!) Emmy, together with a 2017 win on this class for The Crown. Michael Okay. Williams notched his fifth profession nomination as Lovecraft Nation‘s Montrose Freeman, and Giancarlo Esposito can also be searching for his first win on 5 profession nods as The Mandalorian‘s depraved Moff Gideon. Plus, Chris Sullivan is again on this class for a second time as This Is Us‘ Toby, and Tobias Menzies earned his first profession nomination as The Crown‘s Prince Philip.
Would you give the Emmy to considered one of The Handmaid’s Story‘s trio? Or would you go for one other of this yr’s worthy contenders? Vote to your favourite within the ballot under, then hit the feedback to defend your decide.
Each weekday via Aug. 27, we’ll be posting one other “Who ought to win?” ballot, so you’ll want to go to TVLine.com every day to weigh in on who deserves TV’s most prestigious honor. (For a listing of this yr’s main Emmy nominees, click on right here.)