Anna Chlumsky (‘Veep’) will become one of the 10 biggest Supporting Actress Emmy nominees, but can she finally win?

Based on the combined Emmy predictions of thousands of Gold Derby users, we’re pretty confident Anna Chlumsky will be nominated again for Best Comedy Supporting Actress for her role as political adviser Amy Brookheimer in HBO’s “Veep.” It would be her sixth nomination, which would place her among the top 10 nominees in the history of the category, but can she finally win the darn thing?

As of this writing, we rank Chlumsky third in the race with odds of 5/1. She trails the front-runner Alex Borstein (“The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel”), who won last year, and previous two-time champ Kate McKinnon (“Saturday Night Live”), who is also aiming for her sixth nomination in the category. But since this was the last season of “Veep” and Chlumsky hasn’t won yet, voters may decide it’s finally time to reward her, especially since almost everyone who has been nominated in this category six times or more has won at least once — emphasis on “almost.”

The all-time record holders with 10 bids apiece are Rhea Perlman (“Cheers”) and Loretta Swit (“M*A*S*H”). Next in line with eight is Megan Mullally (“Will and Grace”). Four women have picked up seven nominations: Julia Duffy (“Newhart”), Estelle Getty (“The Golden Girls”), Julia Louis-Dreyfus (“Seinfeld”) and Doris Roberts (“Everybody Loves Raymond”). And currently with six nominations apiece are Julie Bowen (“Modern Family”) and Lisa Kudrow (“Friends”).

Of those nine women, all won this category except for Duffy, which makes her the biggest Comedy Supporting Actress nominee without a win. She wasn’t alone, though. Over the course of its eight seasons from 1982-1990, “Newhart” was nominated for a total of 25 Emmys, but notoriously never won a single one of them. “Veep” has been a lot more popular than that, winning Best Comedy Series three times (2015-2017), Best Comedy Actress for Louis-Dreyfus six times (2012-2017) and Best Comedy Supporting Actor for Tony Hale twice (2013, 2015). Perhaps that bodes well for Chlumsky.

While the overdue actress trails Borstein and McKinnon in our overall odds, she does have some support from our most elite users. One of our Top 24 Users who got the highest scores predicting last year’s nominations says she’ll win. So do two of our All-Star Top 24 who got the highest scores when you combine the last two years’ nominations predictions. Are they right that she’ll finally be honored, or will she become the second most nominated actress without a win?

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