The hit political thriller returns to defend its title this year. And with four editors and two-thirds of users predicting it to prevail again, it has leading odds of 9 to 4.
In second place is perennial also-ran “Breaking Bad.” It had been expected to win this race last year. This time around, two editors and 10% of users are forecasting victory, giving it odds of 10 to 3.
“Downton Abbey,” which won Best Movie/Miniseries in 2010 for its first season, contended in this category last year. This time around, one editor and 5% of users expect it to win, for odds of 11 to 2.
Four-time champ “Mad Men” was completely shut out at last year’s Emmys. This year, it has so little support that its odds are 15 to 2.
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Third time is unlikely to be the charm for “Game of Thrones,” which has odds of 16 to 1.
The remake of the Brit hit “House of Cards” is likely to round out this race. However, it is the longshot with odds of just 20 to 1.