Juno Temple (‘Ted Lasso’): Emmys 2022 episode submission revealed

Gold Derby can exclusively reveal that Juno Temple is entering the “Ted Lasso” episode “Midnight Train to Royston” as her 2022 Emmy Award submission for Best Comedy Supporting Actress. “Midnight Train to Royston” aired on October 1 and is the 11th episode of the Apple TV+ comedy’s second season.

In this installment, Keeley (Temple), while prepping for her Vanity Fair photoshoot, runs into Nate (Nick Mohammed), who impulsively kisses her. She later tells Roy (Brett Goldstein) about the kiss and that Jamie (Phil Dunster) had told her he still loved her at the funeral in the previous episode.

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Temple earned her first career nomination last year for “Ted Lasso.” For the 2022 contest, she faces two of her co-stars, reigning champ Hannah Waddingham and Sarah Niles, as well as Alex Borstein (“The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel”), Hannah Einbinder (“Hacks”), Janelle James (“Abbott Elementary”), Kate McKinnon (“Saturday Night Live”) and Sheryl Lee Ralph (“Abbott Elementary”).

“Ted Lasso” has received 40 nominations through two seasons — 20 each year. It won seven awards in 2021, including Best Comedy Series.

For a complete list of all episode submissions announced so far, join our special discussion in the Gold Derby forums. Television Academy voters are asked to watch each of the episodes submitted for that category before marking their ballots.

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