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    Feel free to add yours below! And if someone wants to do separate comedy or limited series threads feel free to do so.

    I’ll start by doing a yearly long-list (rather than following the Emmy calendar) and will announce my nominees and winners sometime soon.

    (Updated on 31/12/20)

    Series:

    2010: Mad Men season 4
    2011: Breaking Bad season 4
    2012: Breaking Bad season 5A
    2013: Breaking Bad season 5B
    2014: The Good Wife season 5
    2015: Mad Men season 7B
    2016: Line of Duty season 3
    2017: The Crown season 2
    2018: Killing Eve season 1
    2019: Succession season 2

    Actor:

    2010: Jon Hamm, Mad Men (“The Suitcase”)
    2011: Idris Elba, Luther (“Episode 1”)
    2012: Bryan Cranston, Breaking Bad (“Say My Name”)
    2013: David Tennant, Broadchurch (“Episode 1”)
    2014: Madds Mikkelsen, Hannibal (“Mizumono”)
    2015: Jon Hamm, Mad Men (“Person to Person”)
    2016: Anthony Hopkins, Westworld (“The Bicameral Mind”)
    2017: Justin Theroux, The Leftovers (“The Most Powerful Man in the World (and his identical twin brother)”)
    2018: Matthew Rhys, The Americans (“START”)
    2019: Jeremy Strong, Succession (“This Is Not For Tears”)

    Actress:

    2010: Elisabeth Moss, Mad Men (“The Suitcase”)
    2011: Julianna Margulies, The Good Wife (“Closing Arguments”)
    2012: Claire Danes, Homeland (“The Vest”)
    2013: Olivia Colman, Broadchurch (“Episode 8”)
    2014: Keeley Hawes, Line of Duty (“Carly”)
    2015: Tatiana Maslany, Orphan Black (“History Yet to Be Written”)
    2016: Gillian Anderson, The Fall (“Silence and Suffering”)
    2017: Claire Foy, The Crown (“Vergangenheit”) and Carrie Coon, The Leftovers (“The Book of Nora”)
    2018: Sandra Oh, Killing Eve (“I Have a Thing for Bathrooms”)
    2019: Nicole Kidman, Big Little Lies (“I Want to Know”)

    Supporting Actor:

    2010: Aaron Paul, Breaking Bad (“Half Measures”)
    2011: Peter Dinklage, Game of Thrones (“Baelor”)
    2012: Giancarlo Esposito, Breaking Bad (“Hermanos”)
    2013: Aaron Paul, Breaking Bad (“Confessions”)
    2014: Josh Charles, The Good Wife (“Hitting the Fan”)
    2015: Jonathan Banks, Better Call Saul (“Five-O”)
    2016: Jared Harris, The Crown (“Wolferton Splash”)
    2017: Christopher Eccleston, The Leftovers (“It’s a Matt, Matt, Matt World”)
    2018: Kieran Culkin, Succession (“Prague”)
    2019: Matthew MacFadyen, Succession (“This is Not For Tears”)

    Supporting Actress:

    2010: Ruth Wilson, Luther (“Episode 2”)
    2011: Archie Panjabi, The Good Wife (“Getting Off”)
    2012: Christina Hendricks, Mad Men (“The Other Woman”)
    2013: Anna Gunn, Breaking Bad (“Ozymandias”)
    2014: Jodie Whittaker, Broadchurch (“Episode 1”)
    2015: Maura Tierney, The Affair (“204”)
    2016: Christine Baranski, The Good Wife (“The End”)
    2017: Vanessa Kirby, The Crown (“Beryl”) and Amy Brenneman, The Leftovers (“Certified”)
    2018: Yvonne Strahovski, The Handmaid’s Tale (“The Word”)
    2019: Sarah Snook, Succession (“DC”)

    Writing:

    2010: Matthew Weiner for Mad Men (“The Suitcase”)
    2011: Corinne Brinkerhoff for The Good Wife (“Closing Arguments”)
    2012: Semi Chellas and Matthew Weiner for Mad Men (“The Other Woman”)
    2013: Moira Walley-Beckett for Breaking Bad (“Ozymandias”)
    2014: Robert King and Michelle King for The Good Wife (“Hitting the Fan”)
    2015: Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould for Better Call Saul (“Uno”)
    2016: Jed Mercurio for Line of Duty (“Breach”)
    2017: Tom Periotta and Damon Lindelof for The Leftovers (“The Book of Nora”) AND Peter Morgan and Amy Jenkins, The Crown (“Beryl”)
    2018: Joel Fields and Joe Weisberg for The Americans (“START”)
    2019: Georgia Pritchett for Succession (“Safe Room”)

    Directing:

    2010: Jennifer Getzinger for Mad Men (“The Suitcase”)
    2011: Stefan Schwartz for Luther (“Episode 6”)
    2012: Michael Cuesta for Homeland (“Pilot”)
    2013: Rian Johnson for Breaking Bad (“Ozymandias”)
    2014: Allan Cubbitt for The Fall (“What is in Me Dark Illumine”)
    2015: Phil Abraham for Mad Men (“Lost Horizon”)
    2016: John Strickland for Line of Duty (“Breach”)
    2017: Mimi Leder for The Leftovers (“The Book of Nora”)
    2018: Thomas Vincent for Bodyguard (“Episode 1”)
    2019: Mark Mylod for Succession (“Tern Haven”)

    FYC Emmys: "The Crown" in all categories, "I May Destroy You" in all categories, "It's a Sin" in all categories, "Small Axe" in all categories, Billie Piper ("I Hate Suzie"), Yvonne Strahovski ("Stateless") and Ruth Wilson ("His Dark Materials")

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    Drama Series 2019

    • Killing Eve
    • Game Of Thrones
    • Bodyguard
    • Homecoming
    • Ozark
    • This is Us
    • Better Call Saul

    Drama Actress 2019

    • Sandra Oh- Killing Eve
    • Jodie Comer- Killing Eve
    • Christine Baranski- The Good Fight
    • Julia Roberts- Homecoming
    • Laura Linney- Ozark
    • Keeley Hawes- Bodyguard

    Drama Actor 2019

    • Richard Madden- Bodyguard
    • Jason Bateman- Ozark
    • Bob Odenkirk- Better Call Saul
    • Billy Porter- Pose
    • Sterling K Brown- This is Us
    • John Krasinski- Jack Ryan

    Drama Supporting Actress 2019

    • Fiona Shaw- Killing Eve
    • Julia Garner- Ozark
    • Lena Headey- Game of Thrones
    • Rhea Seehorn- Better Call Saul
    • Maisie Williams- Game of Thrones
    • Chrissy Metz- This is Us

    Drama Supporting Actor 2019

    • Jonathan Banks- Better Call Saul
    • Peter Dinklage- Game of Thrones
    • Justin Hartley- This is Us
    • Michael Kelly- House of Cards
    • Nicolaj Coster Waldau- Game of Thrones
    • Kieran Culkin- Succession

    Drama Series 2018

    • The Crown
    • Game Of Thrones
    • The Americans
    • Westworld
    • Killing Eve
    • The Handmaid’s Tale
    • Stranger Things

    Drama Actress 2018

    • Claire Foy- The Crown
    • Sandra Oh- Killing Eve
    • Keri Russell- The Americans
    • Elisabeth Moss- The Handmaid’s Tale
    • Jodie Comer- Killing Eve
    • Evan Rachel Wood- Westworld

    Drama Actor 2018

    • Matthew Rhys- The Americans
    • Sterling K Brown- This is Us
    • Jason Bateman- Ozark
    • Milo Ventimiglia- This is Us
    • Jeffrey Wright- Westworld
    • Freddie Highmore- The Good Doctor

    Drama Supporting Actress 2018

    • Vanessa Kirby- The Crown
    • Thandie Newton- Westworld
    • Ann Dowd- The Handmaid’s Tale
    • Chrissy Metz- This is Us
    • Millie Bobby Brown- Stranger Things
    • Lena Headey- Game of Thrones

    Drama Supporting Actor 2018

    • David Harbour- Stranger Things
    • Peter Dinklage- Game of Thrones
    • Justin Hartley- This is Us
    • Tobias Menzies- Outlander
    • Noah Emmerich- The Americans
    • Mandy Patinkin- Homeland

    Drama Series 2017

    • The Crown 
    • The Handmaid’s Tale
    • Stranger Things
    • Broadchurch
    • The Americans
    • Westworld
    • This is Us

    Drama Actress 2017

    • Elisabeth Moss- The Handmaid’s Tale
    • Claire Foy- The Crown
    • Robin Wright- House Of Cards
    • Viola Davis- How to Get Away with Murder
    • Olivia Colman- Broadchurch
    • Keri Russell- The Americans

    Drama Actor 2017

    • Sterling K Brown- This is Us
    • Bob Odenkirk- Better Call Saul
    • Rami Malek- Mr Robot

    EMMY FYC

    The Crown in all categories (inc. Olivia Colman & Gillian Anderson)

    I May Destroy You, It’s a Sin, Stateless & The Queens Gambit

    Kate Winslet, Keeley Hawes, Shaun Parkes, Marielle Heller, Michaela Coel

    Ted Lasso & The Flight Attendant in all categories.

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    A few notes…
    — I’m only doing winners and I didn’t start doing personal awards until 2012.
    — I watched all of “Breaking Bad” after it ended, so it is not on my lists for 2012-2014. Rest assured, the last season would’ve been a near-clean sweep.
    — I don’t separate limited series from comedy/drama for my personal awards, I place some actors in supporting and/or lead even if that’s not how they are Emmy campaigned/nominated, and I don’t follow the 50% guest acting Emmy rule.

    BEST DRAMA SERIES
    2012: Homeland
    2013: Homeland
    2014: The Good Wife
    2015: Game of Thrones
    2016: Fargo & The Leftovers
    2017: The Leftovers
    2018: The Crown & This Is Us

    BEST ACTOR IN A DRAMA SERIES
    2012: Damian Lewis for Homeland
    2013: Damian Lewis for Homeland
    2014: Martin Freeman for Fargo
    2015: Kevin Spacey for House of Cards (yikes)
    2016: Rami Malek for Mr. Robot
    2017: Freddie Highmore for Bates Motel
    2018: Milo Ventimiglia for This Is Us

    BEST ACTRESS IN A DRAMA SERIES
    2012: Claire Danes for Homeland
    2013: Claire Danes for Homeland
    2014: Tatiana Maslany for Orphan Black
    2015: Viola Davis for How to Get Away with Murder & and Taraji P. Henson for Empire
    2016: Sarah Paulson for The People vs OJ Simpson: American Crime Story & Robin Wright for House of Cards
    2017: Elisabeth Moss for The Handmaid’s Tale
    2018: Claire Foy for The Crown

    BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR IN A DRAMA SERIES
    2012: Evan Peters for American Horror Story: Murder House
    2013: Mandy Patinkin for Homeland
    2014: Josh Charles for The Good Wife
    2015: Ben Mendelsohn for Bloodline
    2016: Sterling K. Brown for The People vs OJ Simpson: American Crime Story
    2017: Sterling K. Brown for This Is Us and John Lithgow for The Crown
    2018: Noah Schnapp for Stranger Things

    BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS IN A DRAMA SERIES
    2012: Jessica Lange for American Horror Story: Murder House
    2013: Sarah Paulson for American Horror Story: Asylum and Monica Potter for Parenthood
    2014: Bellamy Young for Scandal/
    2015: Sarah Paulson for
    American Horror Story: Freak Show
    2016: Constance Zimmer for UnReal
    2017: Millie Bobby Brown for Stranger Things
    2018: Yvonne Strahovski for The Handmaid’s Tale

    BEST DIRECTING FOR A DRAMA SERIES
    2013: American Horror Story: Asylum for “Madness Ends” (directed by Alfonso Gomez-Rejon)
    2014: True Detective for “Who Goes There” (directed by Cary Joji Fukunaga)
    2015: Homeland for “13 Hours in Islamabad” (directed by Dan Attias)
    2016: Game of Thrones for “Battle of the Bastards” (directed by Miguel Sapochnik)
    2017: The Crown for “Hyde Park Corner” (directed by Stephen Daldry)
    2018: Stranger Things for “Chapter Nine: The Gate” (directed by The Duffer Brothers)

    BEST WRITING FOR A DRAMA SERIES
    2013: Homeland for “Q&A” (written by Henry Bromell)
    2014: The Good Wife for “Hitting the Fan” (written by Robert King and Michelle King)
    2015: The Good Wife for “Oppo Research” (written by Robert King and Michelle King”
    2016: The People vs OJ Simpson: American Crime Story for “Marcia, Marcia, Marcia” (written by D.V. DeVincentis)
    2017: The Leftovers for “The Book of Nora” (written by Damon Lindelof, Tom Perrotta and Tom Spezialy)
    2018: This Is Us for “Super Bowl Sunday” (written by Dan Fogelman)

    BEST GUEST ACTOR IN A DRAMA SERIES
    2013: Ray Romano for Parenthood
    2014: Joe Morton for Scandal
    2015: Mike Colter for The Good Wife
    2016: Colin Donnell for The Affair
    2017: Gerald McRaney for This Is Us
    2018: Matthew Goode for The Crown

    BEST GUEST ACTRESS IN A DRAMA SERIES
    2013: Carrie Preston for The Good Wife
    2014: Allison Janney for Masters of Sex
    2015: Julianne Nicholson for Masters of Sex
    2016: Ellen Burstyn for House of Cards
    2017: Alexis Bledel for The Handmaid’s Tale
    2018: Samira Wiley for The Handmaid’s Tale

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    I’ll do only the drama series category now, might do some of the other later

    2010: Breaking Bad
    2011: Game of Thrones
    2012: Boardwalk Empire
    2013: Game of Thrones
    2014: Breaking Bad
    2015: Game of Thrones
    2016: Game of Thrones
    2017: Westworld
    2018: Game of Thrones

    Very diverse as you can see..
    I only chose from those that were actually nominated for the Emmys though, otherwise it would have required much more consideration

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    I didn’t start doing personal awards until last year and have been working backwards but haven’t gotten far yet so basically anything before 2017 is subject to change. A lot of the acting winners are just what I’m coming up with off the top of my head and that’s basically all Breaking Bad and Mad Men.

    2010
    Series: Mad Men
    Actor: Bryan Cranston
    Actress: January Jones
    Supporting Actor: Aaron Paul
    Supporting Actress: Elisabeth Moss

    2011
    Series: Mad Men
    Actor: Jon Hamm
    Actress: Elisabeth Moss
    Supporting Actor: John Slattery
    Supporting Actress: Margo Martindale

    2012
    Series: Breaking Bad
    Actor: Bryan Cranston
    Actress: Claire Danes
    Supporting Actor: Giancarlo Esposito or Aaron Paul
    Supporting Actress: Christina Hendricks

    2013
    Series: Breaking Bad
    Actor: Bryan Cranston
    Actress: Claire Danes for now
    Supporting Actor: Aaron Paul
    Supporting Actress: Anna Gunn

    2014
    Series: Breaking Bad
    Actor: Bryan Cranston
    Actress: Julianna Margulies
    Supporting Actor: Peter Dinklage
    Supporting Actress: Anna Gunn

    2015
    Series: Mad Men for now
    Actor: Jon Hamm
    Actress: Eva Green
    Supporting Actor: Vincent D’Onofrio
    Supporting Actress: Ann Dowd
    Guest Actor: Scott Glenn
    Guest Actress: Lois Smith

    2016
    Series: The Leftovers
    Actor: Matthew Rhys
    Actress: Carrie Coon
    Supporting Actor: Christopher Eccleston
    Supporting Actress: Regina King
    Guest Actor: Vincent D’Onofrio
    Guest Actress: Laurie Metcalf

    2017
    Series: The Leftovers
    Actor: Justin Theroux
    Actress: Carrie Coon
    Supporting Actor: John Lithgow
    Supporting Actress: Amy Brenneman
    Guest Actor: Frank Langella
    Guest Actress: Gillian Anderson

    2018
    Series: The Americans
    Actor: Matthew Rhys
    Actress: Keri Russell
    Supporting Actor: Noah Emmerich
    Supporting Actress: Vanessa Kirby
    Guest Actor: Cameron Britton
    Guest Actress: Diana Rigg

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    That’s a good topic!
    This is very subject to change, of course, as I get to remember more and more shows. Also, I often don’t remember whether an actor is given better material on a season or on another, if many years have passed since I watched it. So I try to give the right number of Emmys to each contender.

    Series
    2010: Mad Men
    2011: Mad Men
    2012: Mad Men
    2013: Breaking Bad
    2014: Hannibal
    2015: Justified
    2016: The Knick/The Americans (still undecided)
    2017: The Leftovers
    2018: The Americans

    Lead Actor
    2010: Michael C. Hall, Dexter
    2011: Jon Hamm, Mad Men
    2012: Jon Hamm, Mad Men
    2013: Bryan Cranston, Breaking Bad
    2014: Mad Mikkelsen, Hannibal
    2015: Matthew Rhys, The Americans
    2016: Mad Mikkelsen, Hannibal
    2017: Dominic West, The Affair
    2018: Matthew Rhys, The Americans

    Lead Actress
    2010: Julianna Margulies, The Good Wife
    2011: Elisabeth Moss, Mad Men
    2012: Julianna Margulies, The Good Wife
    2013: Robin Wright, House of Cards
    2014: Lizzy Caplan, Masters of Sex
    2015: Keri Russell, The Americans
    2016: Eva Green, Penny Dreadful
    2017: Carrie Coon, The Leftovers
    2018: Keri Russell, The Americans

    Supporting Actor
    2010: Terry O’Quinn, Lost
    2011: John Slattery, Mad Men
    2012: Giancarlo Esposito, Breaking Bad
    2013: Aaron Paul, Breaking Bad
    2014: Vincent Kartheiser, Mad Men
    2015: Walton Goggins, Justified
    2016: Richard Armitage, Hannibal (come on, this can be considered a supporting performance)
    2017: Christopher Eccleston, The Leftovers
    2018: Noah Emmerich, The Americans

    Supporting Actress
    2010: Christina Hendricks, Mad Men
    2011: Margo Martindale, Justified
    2012: Maggie Smith, Downton Abbey
    2013: Anna Gunn, Breaking Bad
    2014: Anna Gunn, Breaking Bad
    2015: Christina Hendricks, Mad Men
    2016: Gillian Anderson, Hannibal
    2017: Amy Brenneman, The Leftovers
    2018: Yvonne Strahovski, The Handmaid’s Tale

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    Series

    2010: Mad Men – Season 3
    2011: Mad Men – Season 4
    2012: Breaking Bad – Season 4
    2013: Breaking Bad – Season 5
    2014: Breaking Bad – Season 5
    2015: Orange is the New Black – Season 2
    2016: Game of Thrones – Season 6
    2017: The Leftovers – Season 3
    2018: Game of Thrones – Season 7

    Lead Actor

    2010: Jon Hamm
    2011: Jon Hamm
    2012: Bryan Cranston
    2013: Bryan Cranston
    2014: Bryan Cranston
    2015: Jon Hamm
    2016: Justin Theroux
    2017: Justin Theroux
    2018: Jeffrey Wright

    Lead Actress

    2010: January Jones
    2011: Elisabeth Moss
    2012: Elisabeth Moss
    2013: Vera Farmiga
    2014: Vera Farmiga
    2015: Viola Davis
    2016: Carrie Coon
    2017: Carrie Coon
    2018: Elisabeth Moss

    Supporting Actor

    2010: Aaron Paul
    2011: Peter Dinklage
    2012: Aaron Paul
    2013: Peter Dinklage
    2014: Aaron Paul
    2015: Jonathan Banks
    2016: Kit Harington
    2017: Jeffrey Wright
    2018: Nikolaj Coster-Waldau

    Supporting Actress

    2010: Christina Hendricks
    2011: Margo Martindale
    2012: Christina Hendricks
    2013: Anna Gunn
    2014: Anna Gunn
    2015: Lena Headey
    2016: Lena Headey
    2017: Thandie Newton
    2018: Thandie Newton

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    That’s a good topic!
    This is very subject to change, of course, as I get to remember more and more shows. Also, I often don’t remember whether an actor is given better material on a season or on another, if many years have passed since I watched it. So I try to give the right number of Emmys to each contender.

    Series
    2010: Mad Men
    2011: Mad Men
    2012: Mad Men
    2013: Breaking Bad
    2014: Hannibal
    2015: Justified
    2016: The Knick/The Americans (still undecided)
    2017: The Leftovers
    2018: The Americans

    Lead Actor
    2010: Michael C. Hall, Dexter
    2011: Jon Hamm, Mad Men
    2012: Jon Hamm, Mad Men
    2013: Bryan Cranston, Breaking Bad
    2014: Mad Mikkelsen, Hannibal
    2015: Matthew Rhys, The Americans
    2016: Mad Mikkelsen, Hannibal
    2017: Dominic West, The Affair
    2018: Matthew Rhys, The Americans

    Lead Actress
    2010: Julianna Margulies, The Good Wife
    2011: Elisabeth Moss, Mad Men
    2012: Julianna Margulies, The Good Wife
    2013: Robin Wright, House of Cards
    2014: Lizzy Caplan, Masters of Sex
    2015: Keri Russell, The Americans
    2016: Eva Green, Penny Dreadful
    2017: Carrie Coon, The Leftovers
    2018: Keri Russell, The Americans

    Supporting Actor
    2010: Terry O’Quinn, Lost
    2011: John Slattery, Mad Men
    2012: Giancarlo Esposito, Breaking Bad
    2013: Aaron Paul, Breaking Bad
    2014: Vincent Kartheiser, Mad Men
    2015: Walton Goggins, Justified
    2016: Richard Armitage, Hannibal (come on, this can be considered a supporting performance)
    2017: Christopher Eccleston, The Leftovers
    2018: Noah Emmerich, The Americans

    Supporting Actress
    2010: Christina Hendricks, Mad Men
    2011: Margo Martindale, Justified
    2012: Maggie Smith, Downton Abbey
    2013: Anna Gunn, Breaking Bad
    2014: Anna Gunn, Breaking Bad
    2015: Christina Hendricks, Mad Men
    2016: Gillian Anderson, Hannibal
    2017: Amy Brenneman, The Leftovers
    2018: Yvonne Strahovski, The Handmaid’s Tale

    These are basically all of my winners! Your 2016 is a dream (Green and Anderson winning the actress categories with brilliant horror performances)! I haven’t seen Masters of Sex though so can’t comment on Caplan, and I think I’d have Theroux over West and Newton over Strahovski.

    For Your Consideration:

    Best International Feature: Instinct (The Netherlands)
    Best Actress: Carice van Houten (Instinct)

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    These are basically all of my winners!

    @mafro987, I know I can always count on you when it comes to tv shows!

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    I have not historically kept track of my personal favorites each season, so I will just choose my favorites from among the Emmy nominees:

    SERIES
    2010: Mad Men
    2011: Mad Men
    2012: Mad Men
    2013: Mad Men
    2014: Mad Men
    2015: Mad Men
    2016: Homeland
    2017: Better Call Saul
    2018: The Americans

    ACTOR
    2010: Jon Hamm, Mad Men
    2011: Timothy Olyphant, Justified
    2012: Damian Lewis, Homeland
    2013: Damian Lewis, Homeland
    2014: Matthew McConaughey, True Detective
    2015: Jon Hamm, Mad Men
    2016: Matthew Rhys, The Americans
    2017: Bob Odenkirk, Better Call Saul
    2018: Matthew Rhys, The Americans

    ACTRESS
    2010: Julianna Margulies, The Good Wife
    2011: Elisabeth Moss, Mad Men
    2012: Claire Danes, Homeland
    2013: Claire Danes, Homeland
    2014: Julianna Margulies, The Good Wife
    2015: Elisabeth Moss, Mad Men
    2016: Keri Russell, The Americans
    2017: Keri Russell, The Americans
    2018: Keri Russell, The Americans

    SUPPORTING ACTOR
    2010: Aaron Paul, Breaking Bad
    2011: Walton Goggins, Justified
    2012: Giancarlo Esposito, Breaking Bad
    2013: Bobby Cannavale, Boardwalk Empire
    2014: Josh Charles, The Good Wife
    2015: Jonathan Banks, Better Call Saul
    2016: Jonathan Banks, Better Call Saul
    2017: Mandy Patinkin, Homeland
    2018: Mandy Patinkin, Homeland

    SUPPORTING ACTRESS
    2010: Christina Hendricks, Mad Men
    2011: Margo Martindale, Justified
    2012: Christina Hendricks, Mad Men
    2013: Morena Baccarin, Homeland
    2014: Christine Baranski, The Good Wife
    2015: Christina Hendricks, Mad Men
    2016: Maura Tierney, The Affair
    2017: Thandie Newton, Westworld
    2018: Vanessa Kirby, The Crown

    GUEST ACTOR
    2010: Robert Morse, Mad Men
    2011: Michael J. Fox, The Good Wife
    2012: Jeremy Davies, Justified
    2013: Rupert Friend, Homeland
    2014: Reg E. Cathey, House of Cards
    2015: F. Murray Abraham, Homeland
    2016: Michael J. Fox, The Good Wife
    2017: Ben Mendelsohn, Bloodline
    2018: Matthew Goode, The Crown

    GUEST ACTRESS
    2010: Lily Tomlin, Damages
    2011: Joan Cusack, Shameless
    2012: Julia Ormond, Mad Men
    2013: Carrie Preston, The Good Wife
    2014: Margo Martindale, The Americans
    2015: Margo Martindale, The Americans
    2016: Laurie Metcalf, Horace and Pete
    2017: Alison Wright, The Americans
    2018: Diana Rigg, Game of Thrones

    DIRECTING
    2010: Lesli Linka Glatter, “Guy Walks into an Advertising Agency,” Mad Men
    2011: Patty Jenkins, “Pilot,” The Killing
    2012: Michael Cuesta, “Pilot,” Homeland
    2013: Lesli Linka Glatter, “Q&A,” Homeland
    2014: Cary Joji Fukunaga, “Who Goes There,” True Detective
    2015: Steven Soderbergh, “Method and Madness,” The Knick
    2016: Steven Soderbergh, “This Is All We Are,” The Knick
    2017: Lesli Linka Glatter, “America First,” Homeland
    2018: Stephen Daldry, “Paterfamilias,” The Crown

    WRITING
    2010: Matthew Weiner and Erin Levy, “Shut the Door. Have a Seat.” Mad Men
    2011: Matthew Weiner, “The Suitcase,” Mad Men
    2012: Semi Chellas and Matthew Weiner, “The Other Woman,” Mad Men
    2013: Henry Bromell, “Q&A,” Homeland
    2014: Moira Walley-Beckett, “Ozymandias,” Breaking Bad
    2015: Matthew Weiner, “Person to Person,” Mad Men
    2016: Joel Fields and Joe Weisberg, “Persona Non Grata,” The Americans
    2017: Joel Fields and Joe Weisberg, “The Soviet Division,” The Americans
    2018: Joel Fields and Joe Weisberg, “START,” The Americans

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    @mafro987, I know I can always count on you when it comes to tv shows!

    Another minor deviation – Danes definitely deserved an Emmy for Homeland (probably over Wright, who was borderline supporting in 2013 regardless of how great she was).

    For Your Consideration:

    Best International Feature: Instinct (The Netherlands)
    Best Actress: Carice van Houten (Instinct)

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    I’m leaving out the years in categories I either didn’t really care for the lineup or outside of it, or didn’t watch enough (which evidently, allows HBO and GoT to hold reign in my lists lol), so I’ll fill those out later when I’m finally done with all of my binges.

    Edit: seen the series I planned to and the nominees are out so I guess I’ll put in 2019.

    Outstanding Series
    2014: Game of Thrones
    2015: Game of Thrones
    2016: House of Cards / Game of Thrones (tie)
    2017: Stranger Things / Westworld / The Leftovers (tie)
    2018: The Americans
    2019: Sorry for Your Loss / Game of Thrones

    Outstanding Lead Actress
    2011: Lena Headey, Game of Thrones (Episode: You Win or You Die)
    2013: Robin Wright, House of Cards (Episode: Chapter 10)
    2014: Kerry Washington, Scandal (Episode: The Fluffer)
    2015: Viola Davis, How to Get Away with Murder (Episode: Freakin’ Whack-a-Mole)
    2016: Robin Wright, House of Cards (Episode: Chapter 49)
    2017: Keri Russell, The Americans (Episode: Dyatkovo), and Robin Wright, House of Cards (Episode: Chapter 65)
    2018: Keri Russell, The Americans (Episode: The Summit)
    2019: Emilia Clarke, Game of Thrones (Episode: The Iron Throne), Elizabeth Olsen, Sorry for Your Loss, Robin Wright, House of Cards (Episode: Chapter 66) (tie)

    Outstanding Lead Actor
    2011: Sean Bean, Game of Thrones (Episode: Baelor)
    2013: Matthew Rhys, The Americans (don’t really remember a certain episode, I just loved his entire arc throughout the season)
    2014: Jon Hamm, Mad Men (Episode: The Strategy)
    2015: Justin Theroux, The Leftovers (same as Rhys)
    2017: Anthony Hopkins, Westworld (Episode: Trompe L’Oeil)
    2018: Matthew Rhys, The Americans (Episode: START)
    2019: Ew

    Outstanding Supporting Actress
    2011: Emilia Clarke, Game of Thrones (Episode: Fire and Blood)
    2012: Maggie Smith, Downton Abbey (Episode: Episode One
    2013: Kate Mara, House of Cards (Episode: Chapter 10) and Emilia Clarke, Game of Thrones (Episode: And Now His Watch Is Ended) (tie)
    2014: Sophie Turner, Game of Thrones
    2015: Natalie Dormer and Lena Headey, Game of Thrones (Episodes: The High Sparrow and The Gift, Mother’s Mercy) (tie)
    2016: Lena Headey, Game of Thrones (Episode: The Winds of Winter)
    2017: Thandie Newton, Westworld (Episode: Trace Decay)
    2018: Thandie Newton, Westworld (Episodes: Akane no Mai and The Passenger)
    2019: Lena Headey, Game of Thrones (Episode: The Bells)

    Outstanding Supporting Actor
    2012: Peter Dinklage, Game of Thrones (Episode: Blackwater)
    2013: Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, Game of Thrones (Episode: Kissed by Fire)
    2014: Peter Dinklage, Game of Thrones (Episode: The Laws of Gods and Men)
    2015: Jonathan Pryce, Game of Thrones (Episode: The Gift)
    2016: Kit Harington, Game of Thrones (Episode: Oathbreaker)
    2017: Jeffrey Wright, Westworld (Episode: Trompe L’Oeil)
    2018: David Harbour, Stranger Things (Episode: Chapter Four: Will the Wise; unpopular opinion but he was way better than Dinklage imo)
    2019: Alfie Allen, Game of Thrones (Episode: The Long Night)

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    Only Drama Series for now:

     

    2010 – Dexter (Season 4)

    2011 – Game of Thrones (Season 1)

    2012 – Breaking Bad (Season 4)

    2013 – Game of Thrones (Season 3)

    2014 – Breaking Bad (Season 5)

    2015 – Game of Thrones (Season 5)

    2016 – Game of Thrones (Season 6)

    2017 – Better Call Saul (Season 3)

    2018 – The Americans (Season 6)

    FYC Emmys: Zoey's Extraordinary Playlist: Comedy Series, Comedy Actress (Jane Levy); Cobra Kai: Comedy Series; Dickinson: Comedy Actress (Hailee Steinfeld); The Good Doctor: Drama Actor (Freddie Highmore), Drama Supporting Actress (Paige Spara); His Dark Materials: Drama Supporting Actress (Ruth Wilson); Lovecraft Country: Drama Supporting Actress (Jamie Chung); WandaVision: Limited Series, Actress (Elizabeth Olsen), Actor (Paul Bettany), Supporting Actress (Kathryn Hahn).

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    Just wondering about the Game of Thrones choices, why Natalie Dormer for Season 5? I think that she was much stronger in Season 3 (where she was among the best performers in the season alongside Coster-Waldau, Rigg, and Turner) and even in Seasons 4 and 6. Also, are you only going with Headey in Lead for Season 1 because she was submitted that way? She definitely did not feel like a lead. And why do you have those gaps in 2015 and 2017 in Supporting Actor, 2014 in Supporting Actress, 2012 and 2016 in Lead Actor, and 2012 in Lead Actress?

    I honestly don’t know. Her best chance was season three; she was great in it, the season’s standout, and I would have voted for her at the Emmys in a heartbeat for that season. The scene that you provided the other day when talking with Kord highlighted this, but there’s just something about her in season five that I liked more (even if she was shown less). Maybe it’s because I like season five more than three, I don’t know (I try to avoid the latter in terms of rewatches due to RW trauma). I’m still debating on which of the 2013s to switch out for her, so she’ll still end up being a winner for that season. In regards to Lena, both yes and no; I’m kinda mixed on whether or not I thought she was Lead that season, so I just went with the placement, and she gave the performance, so I thought “why not.” The gaps are just because I either didn’t really care enough for anyone that year to give a winner or didn’t watch enough.

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