Emmy Predictions: Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series – Brett Goldstein Could Be the First Back-to-Back Winner Since Jeremy Piven in 2007

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UPDATED: June 25, 2022

2022 EMMYS PREDICTIONS:
OUTSTANDING SUPPORTING ACTOR IN A COMEDY SERIES

AWARDS PREDICTION COMMENTARY

Supporting actor (comedy) has a gargantuan 298 submissions, which will yield only eight nominees.

Brett Goldstein’s Roy Kent has quickly become the heart of the series, especially in his shared scenes with Juno Temple. After winning the Emmy last year for the inaugural season of the Apple TV+ show, he could join the likes of Brad Garrett (“Everybody Loves Raymond”) and David Hyde Pierce (“Frasier”) as consecutive winners in this category. He would also be the first consecutive winner of the category since Jeremy Piven (“Entourage”) in 2007. He also has multiple co-stars vying for attention – notably Nick Mohammad, who is the most likely to come alongside Goldstein. However, last year Brendan Hunt and Jeremy Swift both made the cut, and Phil Dunster is also in the mix.

It’s unknown if voters will be doubling, tripling or quadrupling down on actors from the same series such as “Saturday Night Live,” “Ted Lasso” or even “Hacks,” which has two shots with last year’s nominee Carl Clemons-Hopkins who became the first non-binary actor to be nominated in the category for their performance. There’s also a strong shot for Emmy winner Paul W. Downs, who took home a statue last year for writing the pilot episode “There Is No Line.” As Jimmy, he had more standout moments this season that could bring him to the lineup.

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As the buzz and love continue to build for ABC’s “Abbott Elementary,” so do the chances for the supporting men including Chris Perfetti and Tyler James Williams.

One of the best Emmy moments in its history was seeing veteran actor Henry Winkler walk up to the stage and accept his long-overdue prize for his performance as Gene Cousineau in the first season of HBO’s “Barry.” In its third season, the show gives Winkler more to explore with his character, who is fully capable of murder and is as entertaining as ever

Who can make you smile easier than Noho Hank, played by Anthony Carrigan on HBO’s dark comedy? The acting sensation, who nabbed his first Emmy nom for the second season, has returned with more developments and bigger chuckles to engage the viewer.

One of the great character actors working today, Stephen Root surprised many pundits on Emmy nomination morning in 2019 when he snagged his first nom for his work as Monroe Fuches on the HBO hitman series. With the show getting glowing reviews again, he could receive another mention, alongside his co-stars, as long as the buzz sustains.

Four Emmy statues sit on Tony Shalhoub’s mantel, one of which is for his role as Abe Weissman in Amazon Prime Video’s beloved period comedy. While his co-star Luke Kirby took a more active part this year and will be competing as supporting actor for the first time, Shalhoub is an establishment selection that the Television Academy can quickly check off.

Coming off his voice work in “Sonic the Hedgehog 2,” Ben Schwartz’s Yasper offered some of the biggest laughs of Phil Lord and Chris Miller’s whodunit series “The Afterparty.” Specifically, his singing and dancing musical episode, arguably the highlight of the entire season, features an original song and showcases all his best acting moments. It’d be criminal to ignore.

The (current) other half of Kim Kardashian, Pete Davidson, bid farewell to “Saturday Night Live” in its 47th season, giving a heartfelt goodbye during the final Weekend Update segment of the season. But, coming up short last year, while two of his co-stars made the Emmy lineup, could he get a send-off Emmy nomination after his tenure on the Lorne Michaels stapled series? He’ll have plenty of internal competition, including another departed cast member Kyle Mooney.

The longest-tenured member in “SNL” history, Kenan Thompson, continues to be a driving force behind the NBC sketch series. Coming off a double nom last year, along with his sitcom “Kenan,” he’s back for another attempt at the Emmy statuette. Already an Emmy winner in 2018 for penning the original song “Come Back, Barack,” his acting work has yet to be recognized.

Bowen Yang, the first Chinese American on “SNL” made history last year, becoming the first featured player ever to receive an Emmy nomination. His loss may have been caused by vote-splitting with his co-star, but now, he could finally break the glass ceiling for AAPI performers in this category with another standout season.

A two-time Emmy nominee – guest actor in a drama series for “This Is Us” and for his beloved ‘Paper Boi’ Miles in the FX series “Atlanta” – Brian Tyree Henry is back again for the fourth and penultimate season. It’s still unclear how the long hiatus for the comedy show will affect Emmy’s chances, but he remains heavy in the discussion for another chance with the TV Academy.

This is not the complete list of submitted contenders. Additions are added (and updated) every Thursday.

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The nomination round of voting runs from June 16 to June 27. The official nominations for the 74th Emmy Awards will be announced Tuesday, July 12.

The complete television awards season calendar is linked here.

2021 category winner: Brett Goldstein, “Ted Lasso” (Apple TV+)

ALL AWARDS CONTENDERS AND RANKINGS:

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AND THE PREDICTED NOMINEES ARE:

RANK

NOMINEE

SERIES

NETWORK

1

Brett Goldstein

“Ted Lasso”

Apple TV+

2

Henry Winkler

“Barry”

HBO

3

Tony Shalhoub

“The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel”

Amazon Prime Video

4

Kenan Thompson

“Saturday Night Live”

NBC

5

Anthony Carrigan

“Barry”

HBO

6

Nick Mohammed

“Ted Lasso”

Apple TV+

7

Paul W. Downs

“Hacks”

HBO

8

Stephen Root

“Barry”

HBO

NEXT IN LINE

9

Bowen Yang

“Saturday Night Live”

NBC

10

Brian Tyree Henry

“Atlanta”

FX

OTHER TOP-TIER CONTENDERS

11

Luke Kirby

“The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel”

Amazon Prime Video

12

Ben Schwartz

“The Afterparty”

Apple TV+

13

Pete Davidson

“Saturday Night Live”

NBC

14

David Hyde Pierce

“Julia”

HBO

15

Brendan Hunt

“Ted Lasso”

Apple TV+

16

Jeremy Swift

“Ted Lasso”

Apple TV+

17

Carl Clemons-Hopkins

“Hacks”

HBO

18

Chris Perfetti

“Abbott Elementary”

ABC

19

Taika Waititi

“Our Flag Means Death”

HBO

20

Phil Dunster

“Ted Lasso”

Apple TV+

ALSO IN CONTENTION

21

Michael Zegen

“The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel”

Amazon Prime Video

22

Tyler James Williams

“Abbott Elementary”

ABC

23

Laurence Fishburne

“Black-ish”

ABC

24

Kyle Mooney

“Saturday Night Live”

NBC

25

Harvey Guillen

“What We Do in the Shadows”

FX

26

Dave Franco

“The Afterparty”

Apple TV+

27

Lakeith Stanfield

“Atlanta”

FX

28

John Goodman

“The Righteous Gemstones”

HBO

29

Brandon Scott Jones

“Ghosts”

CBS

30

Vincent D’Onofrio

“Hawkeye”

Disney+

UNRANKED CONTENDERS

Aaron Jennings

“Grand Crew”

NBC

Aaron Tveit

“Schmigadoon!”

Apple TV+

Adam Devine

“The Righteous Gemstones”

HBO

Adam Godley

“The Great”

HBO

Adeel Akhtar

“Back to Life”

Showtime

Adrian Blake Enscoe

“Dickinson”

Apple TV+

Adrian Groulx

“Young Rock”

NBC

Alan Cumming

“Schmigadoon!”

Apple TV+

Alex Moffat

“Saturday Night Live”

NBC

Ali Hassan

“Sort Of”

HBO

Ames McNamara

“The Conners”

ABC

Andre Braugher

“Brooklyn Nine-Nine”

NBC

Andrew Dismukes

“Saturday Night Live”

NBC

Andrew Rannells

“Black Monday”

Showtime

Andrew Rannells

“Girls5eva”

Peacock

Andrew Santino

“Dave”

FX

Andrew Santino

“Dave”

FX

Anthony Taufa

“Wolf Like Me”

Peacock

Anthony Turpel

“Love, Victor”

Hulu

Anthony Turpel

“Love, Victor”

Hulu

Aristotle Athari

“Saturday Night Live”

NBC

Armand Fields

“Work in Progress”

Showtime

Arturo Castro

“Mr. Corman”

Apple TV+

Asher Grodman

“Ghosts”

CBS

Barry Shabaka Henley

“Bob Hearts Abishola”

CBS

Bayo Gbadamosi

“The Great”

Hulu

BD Wong

“Nora from Queens”

Comedy Central

BD Wong

“Awkwafina is Nora from Queens”

Comedy Central

Becca Blackwell

“Sort Of”

HBO

Belmont Cameli

“Saved by the Bell”

Peacock

Ben Schwartz

“Space Force”

Netflix

Ben Vereen

“B Positive”

NBC

Benito Martinez

“With Love”

Amazon Prime Video

Benjamin Earl Turner

“Blindspotting”

Starz

Benjamin Earl Turner

“Blindspotting”

Starz

Billy Magnussen

“Made for Love”

HBO

Blake Anderson

“Woke”

Hulu

Bob Balaban

“The Chair”

Netflix

Bobby Moynihan

“Mr. Mayor”

NBC

Bradley Constant

“Young Rock”

NBC

Brandon Bell

“Dear White People”

Netflix

Brett Azar

“Young Rock”

NBC

Bruno Gouery

“Emily in Paris”

Netflix

Carl Tart

“Grand Crew”

NBC

Case Walker

“The Other Two”

HBO

Cecil Blutcher

“The Game”

Paramount+

Cedric Yarbrough

“Reno 911!”

The Roku Channel

Charlie Barnett

“Russian Doll”

Netflix

Charlie Day

“It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia”

FX

Chinaza Uche

“Dickinson”

Apple TV+

Chord Overstreet

“Acapulco”

Apple TV+

Chris Redd

“Kenan”

NBC

Chris Redd

“Saturday Night Live”

NBC

Christopher Lowell

“How I Met Your Father”

Hulu

Chukwudi Iwuji

“Peacemaker”

HBO

Colin Jost

“Saturday Night Live”

NBC

Corey Reynolds

“Resident Alien”

Syfy

Cristo Fernández

“Ted Lasso”

Apple TV+

D.B. Sweeney

“B Positive”

NBC

D.L. Hughley

“Johnson”

BounceTV

D’Pharaoh Woon-A-Tai

“Reservation Dogs”

FX

Dallas Dupree Young

“Cobra Kai”

Netflix

Damián Alcázar

“Acapulco”

Apple TV+

Daniel Breaker

“Girls5eva”

Peacock

Danny DeVito

“It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia”

FX

Darren Barnet

“Never Have I Ever”

Netflix

Darren Boyd

“The Outlaws”

Amazon Prime Video

David Eigenberg

“And Just Like That…”

HBO

Davionte Ganter

“Dave”

FX

Dean Norris

“United States of Al”

CBS

Deji LaRay

“Johnson”

BounceTV

Deniz Akdeniz

“The Flight Attendant”

HBO

Deon Cole

“black-ish”

ABC

Derrex Brady

“Johnson”

BounceTV

Desmond Chiam

“With Love”

Amazon Prime Video

Devan Chandler Long

“Ghosts”

CBS

Dexter Darden

“Saved by the Bell”

Peacock

Diallo Riddle

“South Side”

HBO

Dirk Blocker

“Brooklyn Nine-Nine”

NBC

Domonique Brown

“Atypical”

Netflix

Don Johnson

“Kenan”

NBC

Douglas Hodge

“The Great”

Hulu

Dule Hill

“The Wonder Years”

ABC

Dwayne Johnson

“Young Rock”

NBC

Dylan Gage

“Shining Vale”

Starz

Echo Kellum

“Grand Crew”

NBC

Enrique Arrizon

“Acapulco”

Apple TV+

Eric Roberts

“The Righteous Gemstones”

HBO

Eugene Cordero

“Tacoma FD”

truTV

Eugenio Derbez

“Acapulco”

Apple TV+

Evan Handler

“And Just Like That…”

HBO

Fernando Carsa

“Acapulco”

Apple TV+

Fra Free

“Hawkeye”

Disney+

Fran Kranz

“Julia”

HBO

Fred Armisen

“Our Flag Means Death”

HBO

Fred Armisen

“Schmigadoon!”

Apple TV+

Fred Melamed

“Barry”

HBO

Freddie Gibbs

“Bust Down”

Peacock

Freddie Stroma

“Peacemaker”

HBO

Freddie Stroma

“Peacemaker”

HBO

Funnybone

“Reservation Dogs”

FX

Gabriel Hogan

“Tacoma FD”

truTV

Gamba Cole

“The Outlaws”

Amazon Prime Video

George Sear

“Love, Victor”

Hulu

Gianni Decenzo

“Cobra Kai”

Netflix

Glenn Howerton

“It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia”

FX

Gray Powell

“Sort Of”

HBO

Grey Henson

“Girls5eva”

Peacock

Griffin Matthews

“The Flight Attendant”

HBO

Griffin Santopietro

“Cobra Kai”

Netflix

Gwilym Lee

“The Great”

Hulu

Hassan Johnson

“Flatbush Misdemeanors”

Showtime

Horatio Sanz

“Black Monday”

Showtime

Humphrey Ker

“American Auto”

NBC

Ike Barinholtz

“The Afterparty”

Apple TV+

J.B. Smoove

“Curb Your Enthusiasm”

HBO

Jacob Bertrand

“Cobra Kai”

Netflix

Jaime Camil

“Schmigadoon!”

Apple TV+

James Austin Johnson

“Saturday Night Live”

NBC

James Hiroyuki Liao

“Barry”

HBO

James Martinez

“Love, Victor”

Hulu

Jamie Demetriou

“The Afterparty”

Apple TV+

Jamie Michie

“Back to Life”

Showtime

Jaren Lewison

“Never Have I Ever”

Netflix

Jay Duplass

“The Chair”

Netflix

Jay Ellis

“Insecure”

HBO

Jay Walker

“Run the World”

Starz

JB Smoove

“Curb Your Enthusiasm”

HBO

Jeff Garlin

“Curb Your Enthusiasm”

HBO

Jeff Goldblum

“Search Party”

HBO

Jeff Hiller

“Somebody Somewhere”

HBO

Jerry Trainor

“iCarly”

Paramount+

Jimmy O. Yang

“Space Force”

Netflix

Jimmy Tatro

“Home Economics”

ABC

Joe Lo Truglio

“Brooklyn Nine-Nine”

NBC

Joel McKinnon Miller

“Brooklyn Nine-Nine”

NBC

John Early

“Search Party”

HBO

John Malkovich

“Space Force”

Netflix

John Michael Higgins

“Saved by the Bell”

Peacock

John Patrick Amedori

“Dear White People”

Netflix

John Reynolds

“Search Party”

HBO

John Ross Bowie

“Feel Good”

Netflix

Johnno Wilson

“I Love That for You”

Showtime

Jon Barinholtz

“American Auto”

NBC

Jon Barinholtz

“American Auto”

NBC

Jon Proudstar

“Reservation Dogs”

FX

Jordane Christie

“Why Women Kill”

Paramount+

Judah Prehn

“Resident Alien”

Syfy

Julian Lerner

“The Wonder Years”

ABC

Julio Macias

“On My Block”

Netflix

Justin Cunningham

“Grand Crew”

NBC

Keegan-Michael Key

“The Pentaverate”

Netflix

Ken Jeong

“The Pentaverate”

Netflix

Ken Marino

“Black Monday”

Showtime

Ken Marino

“The Other Two”

HBO

Kendrick Sampson

“Insecure”

HBO

Kevin Bigley

“Upload”

Amazon Prime Video

Kevin Daniels

“The Big Leap”

Fox

Kevin Kane

“Life & Beth”

Hulu

Kevin Pollak

“Better Things”

FX

Kola Bokinni

“Ted Lasso”

Apple TV+

Lane Factor

“Reservation Dogs”

FX

Laurence Fishburne

“MacGruber”

Peacock

Leslie Jordan

“Call Me Kat”

Fox

LeVar Burton

“Blindspotting”

Starz

Lil’ Mike

“Reservation Dogs”

FX

Lou Taylor Pucci

“Physical”

Apple TV+

Lucas Bravo

“Emily in Paris”

Netflix

Lucien Laviscount

“Emily in Paris”

Netflix

Marcus Henderson

“Tacoma FD”

truTV

Marcus Scribner

“Black-ish”

ABC

Mario Cantone

“And Just Like That…”

HBO

Mario Lopez

“Saved by the Bell”

Peacock

Mark Proksch

“What We Do in the Shadows”

FX

Marque Richardson

“Dear White People”

Netflix

Martin Kove

“Cobra Kai”

Netflix

Martin Sheen

“Grace and Frankie”

Netflix

Martin Short

“Schmigadoon!”

Apple TV+

Mason Gooding

“Love, Victor”

Hulu

Matt Rogers

“I Love That for You”

Showtime

Matthew Daddario

“Why Women Kill”

Paramount+

Matthew Willig

“Young Rock”

NBC

Mekhi Phifer

“Love, Victor”

Hulu

Michael Angarano

“Minx”

HBO

Michael Benjamin Washington

“American Auto”

NBC

Michael Cera

“Life and Beth”

Hulu

Michael Che

“Saturday Night Live”

NBC

Michael Fishman

“The Conners”

ABC

Michael Irby

“Barry”

HBO

Michael Rapaport

“Life & Beth”

Hulu

Mike Cabellon

“Mr. Mayor”

NBC

Mike Hagerty

“Somebody Somewhere”

HBO

Mikey Day

“Saturday Night Live”

NBC

Mitchell Hoog

“Saved by the Bell”

Peacock

Mo McRae

“The Flight Attendant”

HBO

Murray Hill

“Somebody Somewhere”

HBO

Nathan Kress

“iCarly”

Paramount+

Ncuti Gatwa

“Sex Education”

Netflix

Nick Frost

“Why Women Kill”

Paramount+

Nick Sagar

“Run the World”

Starz

Oliver Alexander

“The Garcias”

Netflix

Oscar Montoya

“Minx”

HBO

Owen Daniels

“Space Force”

Netflix

Owen Daniels

“Upload”

Amazon Prime Video

Paul James

“I Love That for You”

Showtime

Paul Scheer

“Black Monday”

Showtime

Paul Sparks

“Physical”

Apple TV+

Phil Burgers

“Feel Good”

Netflix

Philip Smithey

“Johnson”

BounceTV

Rafael Casal

“Blindspotting”

Starz

Rafael Cebrián

“Acapulco”

Apple TV+

Randall Park

“Young Rock”

NBC

Ray Romano

“Made for Love”

HBO

Rell Battle

“Killing It”

Peacock

Richard Durden

“Back to Life”

Showtime

Richard Lewis

“Curb Your Enthusiasm”

HBO

Richie Moriarty

“Ghosts”

CBS

Rob McElhenney

“It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia”

FX

Robert Ben Garant

“Reno 911!”

The Roku Channel

Robert Patrick

“Peacemaker”

HBO

Romàn Zaragoza

“Ghosts”

CBS

Rome Flynn

“With Love”

Amazon Prime Video

Rome Flynn

“Dear White People”

Netflix

Rory Scoval

“Physical”

Apple TV+

Ryan Phillippe

“MacGruber”

Peacock

Ryan Pinkston

“Young Rock”

NBC

Sacha Dhawan

“The Great”

Hulu

Sam Lerner

“The Goldbergs”

ABC

Sam Waterston

“Grace and Frankie”

Netflix

Samuel Arnold

“Emily in Paris”

Netflix

Scott MacArthur

“Killing It”

Peacock

Sean Giambrone

“The Goldbergs”

ABC

Stephen Bishop

“Run the World”

Starz

Steve Agee

“Peacemaker”

HBO

Suraj Sharma

“How I Met Your Father”

Hulu

T. Murph

“Woke”

FX

T.R. Knight

“The Flight Attendant”

HBO

Tanner Buchanan

“Cobra Kai”

Netflix

Ted Danson

“Curb Your Enthusiasm”

HBO

Terry Crews

“Brooklyn Nine-Nine”

NBC

Thomas Ian Griffith

“Cobra Kai”

Netflix

Thomas Q. Jones

“Johnson”

BounceTV

Tim Daly

“The Game”

Paramount+

Tim Meadows

“Space Force”

Netflix

Toby Huss

“Dickinson”

Apple TV+

Toby Sandman

“The Game”

Paramount+

Toheeb Jimoh

“Ted Lasso”

Apple TV+

Tom Ainsley

“How I Met Your Father”

Hulu

Tom Basden

“After Life”

Netflix

Tony Dalton

“Hawkeye”

Disney+

Tony Way

“After Life”

Netflix

Topher Grace

“Home Economics”

ABC

Tosin Morohunfola

“Run the World”

Starz

Travis Bennett

“Dave”

FX

Troy Gentile

“The Goldbergs”

ABC

Tye White

“American Auto”

NBC

Tyler Lepley

“Harlem”

Amazon Prime Video

Uli Latufkefu

“Young Rock”

NBC

Vaughn Hebron

“The Game”

Paramount+

Vico Ortiz

“Our Flag Means Death”

HBO

Vincent Rodriguez III

“With Love”

Amazon Prime Video

Walton Goggins

“The Righteous Gemstones”

HBO

William Abadie

“Emily in Paris”

Netflix

William Stanford Davis

“Abbott Elementary”

ABC

Xolo Maridueña

“Cobra Kai”

Netflix

Yassir Lester

“Black Monday”

Showtime

Zahn McIarnon

“Reservation Dogs”

FX

Zaqi Ismail

“We Are Lady Parts”

Peacock

AWARDS CATEGORY HISTORY (Supporting Actor Comedy)

The Primetime Emmy Awards, better known simply as the Emmys, is television’s most prestigious artistic award. Many records are held for wins and nominations in the near eight decades.

For wins: Don Knotts has the most awards in this category with five, winning them all for “The Andy Griffith Show.” John Larroquette and David Hyde Pierce are second in line with four.

“The Andy Griffith Show” and “The Mary Tyler Moore Show” are the most awarded series with five wins, with “Frasier,” “Modern Family” and “Night Court” next in line with four apiece.

For nominations: David Hyde Pierce is the most nominated actor in this category with 11, all for his turn as Niles Crane for “Frasier.” Harry Morgan is next in line with nine, followed by Ty Burrell with eight. Jason Alexander and Peter Boyle are the most nominated actors without winning seven nods.

“M*A*S*H” garnered the most nominations in this category for its actors with 21 with “Cheers” and “Modern Family” with 19.

2022 Primetime Emmy Awards Predictions

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About the Primetime Emmy Awards (Emmys)

The Primetime Emmy Awards, better known as the Emmys, are given out by the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (ATAS). Since 1949, the awards have recognized excellence in American primetime television programming. They are divided into three classes – Primetime Emmy Awards, the Primetime Creative Arts Emmy Awards (honors artisan achievements), and the Primetime Engineering Emmy Awards (recognizes significant engineering and technological contributions). The typical eligibility period is between June 1 and May 31 of any given year. The Television Academy comprises over 25,000 members, representing 30 professional peer groups, including performers, directors, producers, art directors and various artisans and executives.

  • The 74th Emmy Awards will take place on Monday, Sept. 12, and air on NBC.

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