Emmys exclusive: Which episodes are submitted by Limited Series Supporting Actor nominees?

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For the first time in Emmys history, the academy has decided this year that the supporting nominees from limited series must choose specific episodes to submit to judges. (Nominated performers from TV movies will continue to submit the entire project.) This is true only for the supporting nominees and not for the lead contenders.

Gold Derby has exclusively learned the episodes that will be submitted to the Emmys by all of the 2015 nominees for Best Movie/Mini Supporting Actor. See below for details.

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Richard Cabral (“American Crime“) will submit “Episode Ten” of ABC’s anthology series to Emmy judges.

Damian Lewis (“Wolf Hall“) is entering the fifth episode of his PBS period piece, titled “Crows.”

Bill Murray (“Olive Kitteridge“) only appeared in the final episode (“Security”) of the HBO mini, so he’ll submit that entry.

Denis O’Hare (“American Horror Story: Freak Show“) is hoping that the fifth episode, “Pink Cupcakes,” will win him the Emmy.

Michael Kenneth Williams must submit the entire two-hour “Bessie” movie, as telefilms are not divided into specific episodes.

Finn Wittrock (“AHS: Freak Show”) has decided on the sixth episode of the FX franchise, titled “Bullseye.”

We will continue to reveal all other Emmy submissions this year for the series and acting races as they are provided to us by networks, studios or personal reps.

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