You decide: Can anyone beat Jessica Lange for Best Movie/Mini Supporting Actress at Emmys?

All of our Experts and nine Editors predict Jessica Lange will win the Best Movie/Mini Supporting Actress Emmy for co-starring in the miniseries “American Horror Story.”


The two-time Oscar champ (“Tootsie,” “Blue Sky”) took on her first regular TV gig with this FX show about a haunted house. The TV academy allowed it to be reclassifed as a miniseries because each season will tell a distinct story.

One of our Editors expects three-time Emmy winner Judy Davis to win for her work in the PBS’s telefilm “Page Eight” in which she plays an MI-5 agent drawn into a cover-up 

Sarah Paulson should be contending at the Emmys for the first time for her portrayal of politico Nicole Wallace in HBO’s “Game Change.”

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Mare Winningham has won this race twice before — “Amber Waves” (1980); “George Wallace” (1998) — and is expected to be back in contention for playing the matriarch of the McCoy clan in History’s highly-rated “Hatfields and McCoys.” 

1997 Best Drama Actress Gillian Anderson (“The X Files”) is likely to be on the ballot for her role as Miss Havisham in the PBS adaptation of Charles Dicken‘s “Great Expectations.”  

The final nominee is forecast to be Frances Conroy for her work as the hanuted house housekeeper in “American Horror Story.”


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