As you can observe from looking at our chart, "Breaking Bad" was initially tied with last year's champ "Homeland" soon after nominations were announced in July, but its strength has grown consistently and dramatically ever since.
Currently, it leads the experts' predictions with 1 to 3 odds over "Homeland" with 6 to 1, "Game of Thrones" at 14 to 1 and "House of Cards" at 50 to 1. See full odds rundown here.
Experts backing "Breaking Bad": Robert Bianco (USA Today), Debra Birnbaum and Matt Roush (TV Guide Magazine), Mike Cidoni and Lynn Elber (Associated Press), Scott Feinberg (Hollywood Reporter), A.J. Hammer (CNN HLN Showbiz Tonight), Melanie McFarland (IMDB), Tom O'Neil and Paul Sheehan (Gold Derby), Steve Pond (TheWrap), Piya Sinha-Roy (Reuters), Ken Tucker (freelance) and Glenn Whipp (L.A. Times).
Six out of eight Gold Derby's editors also bet on "Breaking Bad": Rob Licuria, Daniel Montgomery, Matt Noble, David Schnelwar plus O'Neil and Sheehan. Two opt for "Homeland": Chris Beachum and Marcus Dixon. See their rankings.
Our Top 24 Users who scored best last year when predicting Emmys are now split over which program is ahead: 11 pick "Breaking Bad," 11 choose "Homeland" and one opts for "Game of Thrones." See their breakdown. Compare that to what all of our site users think: 59% pick "Breaking Bad," 22% say "Homeland" and 9% say "Game of Thrones." See more.
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