Golden Globes predictions by program: ‘Gianni Versace’ and ‘Handmaid’s Tale’ will lead TV nominations with 4 apiece

Over 1,000 Gold Derby users have been predicting the Golden Globe nominations for TV, which will be announced on Thursday morning, December 6, and based on their combined forecasts the two top nominees will be the FX limited series “The Assassination of Gianni Versace” and the returning Hulu drama “The Handmaid’s Tale.” Our racetrack odds say they will contend for four awards apiece. Do you agree? Scroll down for our complete predictions by TV program with the projected winners highlighted in gold.

“Versace” is the front-runner to win Best TV Movie/Limited Series and Best TV Movie/Limited Actor for Darren Criss, who won an Emmy for his role as killer Andrew Cunanan back in September. We’re also expecting supporting noms for Edgar Ramirez and Penelope Cruz as Gianni and his sister Donatella. This would follow the similar success of “Versace’s” predecessor in the “American Crime Story” anthology, “The People v. O.J. Simpson,” which won two Globes out of five nominations just two years ago. So it appears that “Crime” will pay again for the Ryan Murphy true crime drama.

For “Handmaid’s Tale,” this would actually be an improvement on its nominations performance at last year’s Globes. For its first season it won Best TV Drama Series and Best TV Drama Actress (Elisabeth Moss), and earned an additional supporting nom for Ann Dowd. This year for its second season we think it will return to the races for Drama Series and Drama Actress, but this time earn two supporting bids — for Yvonne Strahovski and Joseph Fiennes. However, we’re not currently predicting “Handmaid’s” to win any of those prizes this time around.

Who else will earn multiple nominations? See our predictions below, and be sure to make or update your own picks before the announcement on December 6.

“THE ASSASSINATION OF GIANNI VERSACE”
Best TV Movie/Limited Series
Best TV Movie/Limited Actor — Darren Criss
Best TV Supporting Actress — Penelope Cruz
Best TV Supporting Actor — Edgar Ramirez

“THE HANDMAID’S TALE”
Best TV Drama Series
Best TV Drama Actress — Elisabeth Moss
Best TV Supporting Actress — Yvonne Strahovski
Best TV Supporting Actor — Joseph Fiennes

“THE AMERICANS”
Best TV Drama Series
Best TV Drama Actress — Keri Russell
Best TV Drama Actor — Matthew Rhys

“ATLANTA”
Best TV Comedy/Musical Series
Best TV Comedy/Musical Actor — Donald Glover
Best TV Supporting Actor — Brian Tyree Henry

“BARRY”
Best TV Comedy/Musical Series
Best TV Comedy/Musical Actor — Bill Hader
Best TV Supporting Actor — Henry Winkler

“ESCAPE AT DANNEMORA”
Best TV Movie/Limited Series
Best TV Movie/Limited Actress — Patricia Arquette
Best TV Movie/Limited Actor — Benicio Del Toro

“KILLING EVE”
Best TV Drama Series
Best TV Drama Actress — Jodie Comer
Best TV Drama Actress — Sandra Oh

“MANIAC”
Best TV Movie/Limited Series
Best TV Movie/Limited Actress — Emma Stone
Best TV Movie/Limited Actor — Jonah Hill

“THE MARVELOUS MRS. MAISEL”
Best TV Comedy/Musical Series
Best TV Comedy/Musical Actress — Rachel Brosnahan
Best TV Supporting Actress — Alex Borstein

“SHARP OBJECTS”
Best TV Movie/Limited Series
Best TV Movie/Limited Actress — Amy Adams
Best TV Supporting Actress — Patricia Clarkson

“A VERY ENGLISH SCANDAL”
Best TV Movie/Limited Series
Best TV Movie/Limited Actor — Hugh Grant
Best TV Supporting Actor — Ben Whishaw

“GLOW”
Best TV Comedy/Musical Series
Best TV Comedy/Musical Actress — Alison Brie

“THE GOOD PLACE”
Best TV Comedy/Musical Series
Best TV Comedy/Musical Actor — Ted Danson

“HOMECOMING”
Best TV Drama Series
Best TV Drama Actress — Julia Roberts

“THIS IS US”
Best TV Drama Actor — Sterling K. Brown
Best TV Drama Actor — Milo Ventimiglia

“CAMPING”
Best TV Comedy/Musical Actress — Jennifer Garner

“FOREVER”
Best TV Comedy/Musical Actress — Maya Rudolph

“INSECURE”
Best TV Comedy/Musical Actress — Issa Rae

“JACK RYAN”
Best TV Drama Actor — John Krasinski

“KIDDING”
Best TV Comedy/Musical Actor — Jim Carrey

“THE KOMINSKY METHOD”
Best TV Comedy/Musical Actor — Michael Douglas

“PATRICK MELROSE”
Best TV Movie/Limited Actor — Benedict Cumberbatch

“POSE”
Best TV Drama Series

“SEVEN SECONDS”
Best TV Movie/Limited Actress — Regina King

“THE TALE”
Best TV Movie/Limited Actress — Laura Dern

“WESTWORLD”
Best TV Supporting Actress — Thandie Newton

“YELLOWSTONE”
Best TV Drama Actor — Kevin Costner

Be sure to make your Golden Globe predictions so that Hollywood insiders can see how their TV shows and performers are faring in our odds. You can keep changing your predictions until just before nominees are announced on December 6. And join in the fierce debate over the 2019 Golden Globes taking place right now with Hollywood insiders in our TV forums. Read more Gold Derby entertainment news.

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