Gold Derby Viewing Panel Week #2: Drama Supporting Acting races

Attention all Derbyites: Please watch all episodes submitted to Emmy judges by the nominees for Best Drama Supporting Actor and Best Drama Supporting Actress and join our discussion so we can — together — ponder who’s going to win. Time: 4 p.m. PT Friday, August 9. Where: Gold Derby’s home page.

That’s right, we’re doubling up this week! These two categories will be the second in our new weekly series Gold Derby Viewing Panels, which aim to copy (somewhat) the method used to judge the Emmy races. (Click here to watch the Editors’ Slugfest from Week #1 analyzing the Comedy Actress category.)

Every week until the Emmys on Sept. 22, we’ll come together as a community and collectively watch each of the Emmy nominees’ episode submissions, category by category.

Our editors will conduct a live webcam chat that includes YOUR participation in the chatroom on Gold Derby’s home page. Crucial to fully appreciate the discussion is knowledge of the episodes submitted by nominees to the judges as examples of the best work from the past TV season.

Below, the episode titles submitted by the Drama Supporting nominees. (To see what’s been entered in the other categories, click here.)

Jonathan Banks (“Breaking Bad“) – “Say My Name”
Bobby Cannavale (“Boardwalk Empire“) – “Sunday Best”
Jim Carter (“Downton Abbey“) – “Episode 3.06”
Peter Dinklage (“Game of Thrones“) – “Second Sons”
Mandy Patinkin (“Homeland“) – “The Choice”
Aaron Paul (“Breaking Bad“) – “Buyout”

Morena Baccarin (“Homeland“) – “State of Independence”
Christine Baranski (“The Good Wife“) – “The Seven Day Rule”
Emilia Clarke (“Game of Thrones“) – “And Now His Watch Is Ended”
Anna Gunn (“Breaking Bad“) – “Fifty-One”
Christina Hendricks (“Mad Men“) – “A Tale of Two Cities”
Maggie Smith (“Downton Abbey“) – “Episode 3.01”

We are not able to stream the submissions here for copyright reasons, but you can track down most of the episodes at iTunes, Amazon or Hulu. Additionally, the episodes for Banks, Paul and Gunn just got added to Netflix, the episodes for Cannavale, Dinklage and Clarke can be viewed on HBO GO, and the episodes for Patinkin and Baccarin are at Showtime.

Have fun viewing!

Then reconvene at the end of next week for our live community slugfests. And as always, join the Emmy discussion in our forum.

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