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Will Bryan Cranston ('Breaking Bad') win Drama Actor Emmy #4?

By Gold Derby News Desk
By Gold Derby News Desk
Mar 04 2013 17:58 pm

Beginning in 2008, Bryan Cranston won Best Drama Actor three years in a row for his work on the gritty series "Breaking Bad." 

Last year, he returned to the race after a year hiatus. While he was forecast to win, Damian Lewis rode the "Homeland" juggernaut to victory.

This year, Cranston is poised to wreak his revenge. With the backing of three editors and two-thirds of users, he has leading odds of 23 to 10.

Compare that overwhelming support to two editors and 20% of users predicting Lewis to prevail again for the sophomore season of this Showtime hit. That translates to odds of 3 to 1. 

Two-time Oscar champ Kevin Spacey ("The Usual Suspects," "American Beauty") makes his regular series debut with "House of Cards." This remake of the Brit hit is available on demand on Netflix. Two editors and 5% of users foresee victory for him. 

Perennial also-ran Jon Hamm is expected to lose his sixth bid for "Mad Men." Indeed, he has only 2% of users backing his bid and odds of 8 to 1. 

Also foreseen as having to be satisfied with just the nomination is Jeff Daniels for the first season of "The Newsroom" with odds of 10 to 1.

And Steve Buscemi is forecast to be third time unlucky for "#Broadwalk Empire#" with odds of only 16 to 1. 

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