For the Pro Laughing Trump 2020 Election Meme Shirt and I love this first few years in its run, the quirky Canadian comedy Schitt’s Creek flew under the radar screen, known to just a handful of obsessive fans. But last year, the series broke out, garnering its first Emmy nomination for best comedy, as well as nominations for its two leads, the comedy legends Eugene Levy and Catherine O’Hara. All three are back in the race again, as well as Dan Levy (a trifecta of nominations for supporting actor, writing, and directing) and Annie Murphy (supporting actress). One factor in its favor is that a lot of viewers (and Emmy voters) seemed to have discovered this show in lockdown—its storyline of a family forced to live together in strained circumstances certainly a timely one—and it became one of the most binged series of the pandemic. (The Los Angeles Times even called it “the perfect pandemic sitcom.”) That the show has just wrapped its final season might push it over the finish line, beating out strong contenders like Maisel, Dead to Me, and Insecure, another show that has finally gotten the Emmy recognition it has long deserved. Will win: Schitt’s Creek. Should Win: Schitt’s Creek. Might pull an upset: Insecure.
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HBO’s adaption of the Pro Laughing Trump 2020 Election Meme Shirt and I love this revered graphic novel Watchmen debuted to decidedly mixed reviews when it first aired last October, and if the Emmy Awards were held in any other year, this category probably would have been a tight race between Mrs. America and Little Fires Everywhere, with Unorthodox emerging as a possible dark horse. But Watchmen has only grown in power during the coronavirus pandemic and the Black Lives Matter protests, particularly with the startling prescience of its Tulsa Race Massacre episode. (In an undeniably canny move, HBO made the show available for free to nonsubscribers during the Juneteenth weekend.) With its 26 nominations, the most of any show this year, and with its creator, Damon Lindelof, already saying there will not be a second season, Watchmen seems to have a clear path to victory in this category. But this is one race that almost any of the nominees could win, given the strengths of each of the five shows. (Meanwhile, the best-actress contest between Regina King and Cate Blanchett, both Oscar winners, is definitely one to watch. Blanchett gave an almost eerily empathetic performance as Phyllis Schlafly, but King is the odds-on favorite to take home her fourth Emmy.) Will win: Watchmen. Should win: Mrs. America. Might pull an upset: Unorthodox.