In recent years, the Emmy Awards category of Best TV Movie/Miniseries Supporting Actor has gone to well-known men like Ken Howard ("Grey Gardens"), David Strathairn ("Temple Grandin"), and Guy Pearce ("Mildred Pierce"). Will that trend continue for the next ceremony?
Among the previous Emmy winners on the ballot are Powers Boothe ("Hatfields and McCoys"), Tony Shalhoub and Strathairn ("Hemingway and Gellhorn"), and Ed Harris ("Game Change").
A few past Emmy nominees looking for their first trophy include Tom Berenger ("Hatfields and McCoys"), William Devane ("Jesse Stone: Benefit of the Doubt"), Michael Gambon ("Page Eight"), and Jeffrey Tambor ("Five").
Potential newcomers could be Matt Barr ("Hatfields and McCoys"), Robert Carradine ("Jesse Stone: Benefit of the Doubt"), Ralph Fiennes ("Page Eight"), Martin Freeman ("Sherlock"), Roger Moore ("A Princess for Christmas"), Denis O'Hare, Evan Peters, and Zachary Quinto ("American Horror Story"), Mykelti Williamson ("Have a Little Faith"), and Ray Winstone ("Great Expectations").