Golden Globe Predictions: The Sacred Wall’s Beat The Guru Globe Competition

Get ready to get smashed and start slurring, boys and girls, it’s time for the 76th Annual Golden Globe Awards! Brought to you by Andy Samberg and Sandra Oh, the Golden Globes will be the kickoff to this year’s award season, as well as the time of year we bring back the hottest rivalry in all of Sports and Leisure, the 3rd Annual Sacred Wall Beat The Guru Golden Globe Predictions. This is the fifth matchup between myself and the People’s Champion, and it’s time I bring back in the Adonis Creed to my Rocky Balboa, Lena Smith. I spent most of college training Lena Smith by making her run through the streets of Philadelphia and forcing her to wake up at 4:30 to watch random movies, and like Donny, Lena has become a heavyweight champion in her own right. The series is now 2-2, and while I managed to get the upper hand last year to tie the series, Lena is now graduated and out in the real world, meaning she has time to focus on destroying me and everything I stand for. And after my humiliating defeat at her hands at last year’s Oscar race (I won the Globes, she won the war), I am back to avenge myself and defeat her, once and for all. So let’s take a look at how these two Captains of Industry fare in what may be the hardest Globe race yet!


Best Film – Drama

Travis: This will be the biggest award of the night, as it is a launching pad for the Oscar race to come. Can Black Panther become the first superhero film in history to win the Globe (after becoming the first superhero film to be nominated)? Can If Beale Could Talk manage to course correct to Oscar glory? Will Bohemian Rhapsody be the most critically derided film to win this award (it does have a ton of fans)? Can BlacKkKlansman make its move for the Oscar? Or will A Star Is Born continue its march to Oscar glory? Honestly, it’s hard to imagine anything but A Star Is Born winning – it’s popular, it’s got movie stars, and it is deserving – but don’t be surprised if there’s an upset.
Prediction: A Star Is Born

Lena: The key word here is “star.” #globes
Prediction: A Star Is Born

Best Film – Musical or Comedy

Travis: As always seems to be the case, Best Musical/Comedy is something of a mess. Any of these films could walk away with the Globe – even Crazy Rich Asians, which is the weakest of the five. Will the Globes reward an Oscar frontrunner in The Favourite? Their own hand-picked choice in Vice? A musical in Mary Poppins Returns? Or will they go traditional in Green Book? This could be a decisive field, what with Vice struggling after a series of bad reviews and The Favourite facing criticism that it’s too “divisive” to be an award contender, so look for the Globes to do what they do best (see: Three Billboards for Best Drama): play things simple. I predict Green Book will win Best Musical/Comedy.
Prediction: Green Book

Lena: I still need to see Green Book!
Prediction: Green Book 

Best Actor – Drama

Travis: This category is something of a two-way race. On paper, Bradley Cooper should walk away with this award easily – he’s never won before, despite Globe popularity (he got bested in 2012 by Hugh Jackman), his film is the darling, and it is his passion project (not to mention he’s easily the best performer in this field. However, the Globes really loved Bohemian Rhapsody, and the reason they loved it is because of Rami Malek. If the Globes decide to spread the love, look for an upset here. But my money is still on Cooper.
Prediction: Bradley Cooper – A Star Is Born

Lena: Rami Malek – Bohemian Rhapsody

Best Actress – Drama

Travis: I mean, this category is something of a done deal. You can eliminate Rosamund Pike and Nicole Kidman right off the bat – no buzz surrounding the two actresses. Melissa McCarthy can go next – while she’s certainly deserving, the film doesn’t have the necessary energy. This leaves Glenn Close, a good actress in a terrible film that took until November to build buzz, or Lady Gaga, the hottest superstar in the world who wowed audiences in a box office smash that will likely win Best Picture both here and at the Oscars and also has won a Globe before and knows how to give a great speech. I think you know which one to pick.
Prediction: Lady Gaga – A Star Is Born

Lena: Lady Gaga? WHY NOT?!? Sounds like a Globes winner to me!
Prediction: Lady Gaga – A Star Is Born

Best Actor – Musical or Comedy

Travis: Quite frankly, Best Actor – Musical or Comedy is one of the easiest awards of the night. Could Viggo Mortensen win? Sure. But why bet against Christian Bale? Why bet against one of the best performances of the year, in the most beloved film of the Globes? Why be stupid. I’m picking Christian Bale, and you should too.
Prediction: Christian Bale – Vice

Lena: Christian Bale – Vice

Best Actress – Musical or Comedy 

Travis: It’s a two-way race here in Best Actress as Olivia Colman and Emily Blunt battle it out. The smart money is on Olivia Colman – she’s the heart of The Favourite, she’s incredibly good, and a win here would be as refreshing and jubilant as when Isabelle Huppert pulled off the upset in 2016. However, I just can’t see the Globes going for Colman’s off-putting performance – especially not when they could choose one of their favorites. The Globes love Emily Blunt more than John Krasinski, and considering just how great Blunt is in a challenging role, as well as the sheer dominance of her 2018 as a whole, I’d be surprised if they didn’t call her name on Sunday. As much as I’d love to see Colman (or Elsie Fisher, who truly gave the Best Performance of 2018), I predict Emily Blunt will win Best Actress in a Musical or Comedy.
Prediction: Emily Blunt – Mary Poppins Returns

Lena: Olivia Colman seems like a shoe-in here.
Prediction: Olivia Colman – The Favourite

Best Supporting Actor

Travis: Best Supporting Actor is kind of in the air right now, especially with industry-named frontrunner Sam Elliott not nominated in this category. While it is possible that any of these actors could get the win, I have a reason for narrowing it down to one (it also helps that the actor actually deserves the win). The Globes hate to be made a fool of by other award branches. When Birdman beat Boyhood, they made it up the following year by awarding The Revenant Best Film the following year. Despite his nomination in 2016, Mahershala Ali missed out on Best Supporting Actor due to the shocking win by Aaron Taylor-Johnson, a win largely suspected to be bought by Tom Ford and was later snubbed by the Oscars and mocked as foolish. The Globes will want to rectify that mistake by rewarding Ali for his incredible work in Green Book. It allows them to honor a film they like without extra baggage, it allows Ali to finally add that Globe to his trophy wall, and it will give the best actor of the year an award. Look for Mahershala Ali to win the first award of the night this Sunday.
Prediction: Mahershala Ali – Green Book

Lena: Mahershala Ali – Green Book

Best Supporting Actress

Travis: And now we come to yet another stumbling block: Best Supporting Actress, AKA the first time on Sunday we will see the battle between Amy Adams and Regina King. Now, if I had my druthers, Rachel Weisz would win this in a cakewalk, but that’s not the universe we’re living in. So the battle between Good-Hearted Mom and Lady Macbeth it is. Now, if you’re smart, you’re picking Regina King here – she’s the Oscar favorite, she’s great in the film, and they could split the vote by giving Adams the win in Best Actress – Limited Series/TV Movie. But I can’t stop thinking about 2013: when Lupita Nyong’o was the favorite throughout the race, and won every precursor award EXCEPT the Globes, where they gave Jennifer Lawrence the win due to her celebrity (and admittedly great performance). For similar reasons, expect Globe favorite Adams to win her third Golden Globe (she won back-to-back awards in 2013 for a good performance in American Hustle and a Holy Sh*t Performance in Big Eyes).
Prediction: Amy Adams – Vice

Lena: Regina King – If Beale Street Could Talk 

Best Director

Travis: Roma was ineligible for Best Film – Drama due to an archaic rule surrounding foreign language films and the category. Unless Bradley Cooper sweeps for A Star Is Born, or Spike Lee finally wins an award for a great film in his already-legendary canon, look for Alfonso Cuarón to win Golden Globe #2 for his direction of Roma.
Prediction: Alfonso Cuarón – Roma

Lena: Alfonso Cuarón – Roma

Best Screenplay

Travis: Lots of great scripts in this category. Roma has the heart, Green Book has the sentimentality, and If Beale Street Could Talk has the language. But at the end of the day, there’s only two films that could win here (again, unless the Globes really like Green Book and I’m just not seeing it). There’s my favorite screenplay of the year…um, The Favourite; and then there’s the Globe darling Vice. Honestly, the smart money is probably on The Favourite, which has more deliciously written lines of quotable dialogue than the average episode of All-Stars, but after his loss in 2015 for The Big Short, I’d expect Adam McKay to finally pick up a Globe for his Dick Cheney biopic that continues his tradition of mixing fact with farce.
Prediction: Vice

Lena: The Favourite

Best Original Score

Travis: It’s shocking to me that one of the two best scores of the year (we’ll get to #1 in a minute) isn’t nominated here: If Beale Street Could Talk should be winning this category, to be honest. But it’s hard to be angry at a field this good. All of these scores are fantastic, from the Afro-futurism of Black Panther to the classical Japanese drumming of Isle of Dogs to the highly underrated A Quiet Place. I wouldn’t be surprised to see any of these films pull off an All Is Lost-style upset, and I also wouldn’t be surprised to see Mary Poppins Returns win as the only original musical in the field. But the Globes love Damien (not enough to nominate him, I guess, but they still do), and First Man has one of the most innovative scores of the year. Look no further than another Justin Hurwitz victory here, in Best Original Score.
Prediction: First Man

Lena: Honestly First Man is the movie of the year, so its score has my vote.
Prediction: First Man

Best Original Song

Travis: I mean, this is truly the easiest pick of the night. Mary Poppins Returns is shockingly not nominated, “Requiem for a Private War” is a bad song, and the decent “Revelation,” “Girl in the Movies,” and “All The Stars” just don’t have the same power. “Shallow” is a bonafide hit, topping the Billboard charts several weeks in a row, remaining incredibly singable, and entering pop culture as a classic meme. It’s official, the Best Original Song of 2018 will be “I’M OFF THE DEEP END, WATCH AS A DIVE IN, I’M UNDERNEATH THE GROUND!!!!!!!!!”
Prediction: “Shallow” – A Star Is Born

Lena: I really need the validation for blasting/singing “Shallow” 24/7 (ed. note: Nothing validates your singing attempts)
Prediction: “Shallow” – A Star Is Born

Best Animated Feature 

Travis: First off, f*ck Mirai. It is a bad film and should not be in the conversation for best animation. Not this year, where animation has been so wonderful. Second, there are two films I want to stan on this list: Ralph Breaks the Internet and Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse. Odds are when this article posts I will still have yet to finish my reviews of said films, but make no mistake: these are two of your best films of the year. That said, my prediction is Incredibles 2, because it looks good, is well made, and betting against Pixar is f*cking stupid.
Prediction: Incredibles 2

Lena: YES FOR INCREDIBLES 2! The restaurant scene will forever be my favorite.
Prediction: Incredibles 2

Best Foreign Language Film 

Travis: I’m really hesitant to call any film here a “shoe-in,” because the Globes love nothing more than to f*ck with the flow of the race and pick some weird outsiders for Best Foreign Language Film. But considering the other choices are the good Capernaum and Shoplifters, the meh Never Look Away, and the horribly controversial and offensive Girl, it’d be insane for them to do anything crazy and pick something other than Roma. Look for this to be the easiest call of the night.
Prediction: Roma

Lena: YES FOR ROMA! Side note: I’m watching this while typing, and it’s pretty hard to read the subtitles and write at the same time.
Prediction: Roma


Best Drama Series

Travis: And now for my least favorite part of this damn show: the television branch. This is the part that makes or breaks my predictions every year, and gives my esteemed rival the edge. Best Drama Series is the perfect example: without Game of Thrones, what’s the new favorite? Will they like the British-ness of Killing Eve or Bodyguard, the newness of Pose or Homecoming, or do they want to reward an old staple, like The Americans? My personal vote is for Killing Eve, and I can see them rewarding the star power of Homecoming, but honestly, I think the Globes will want to rub in the lack of love for The Americans seen at the Emmys, and will give the show some love for its final season. It’s a weak guess, but that’s the way I expect the race to go.
Prediction: The Americans

Lena: Killing Eve

Best Comedy Series

Travis: Don’t overthink Best Musical or Comedy. While the Globes usually don’t reward the same show twice, the competition isn’t quite the same as it’s been previous years. Kidding isn’t a contender; neither is The Kominsky Method. And while Barry is wonderful, and I’ve heard The Good Place is great, the Globes have no reason to overlook last year’s darling The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel. Season Two got better reviews than Season One, it has more nominations, and it just kind of makes sense. Expect Maisel to win this one, and expect it to win easily.
Prediction: The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel

Lena: I still love you, Maisel! But I’m going to have to go with Kidding.
Prediction: Kidding

Best Actor – Drama

Travis: Same issue as Best Drama Series. What are the Globes even watching this year? I think we can eliminate Billy Porter pretty easily, as well as Stephan James. This leaves Globe favorite Jason Bateman, rising star Richard Madden, and Emmy winner Matthew Rhys. I think we can eliminate Bateman (Ozark just doesn’t have the same following any more), which leaves us with two. A little voice in my head keeps saying that Richard Madden could eke out a win here, but why bet against the stats? I’m predicting Matthew Rhys to win for the final season of The Americans, just like he did at the Emmys.
Prediction: Matthew Rhys – The Americans

Lena: Richard Madden – Bodyguard

Best Actress – Drama

Travis: Forget everyone else, they’re just lucky to be here. This is a two-way race between Sandra Oh and Julia Roberts (ok, Russell and Moss have an outside chance). Roberts is, on paper, the favorite here: the show is hot, Roberts is doing career-best work, and she’s a capital-C Celebrity, the kind the Globes love to reward. But…Sandra Oh. She’s the best part of one of the year’s best shows, she’s had a comeback that no one saw coming unless they are an Extreme Grey’s Anatomy Stan, and she’s hosting the event. As we saw in 2013 with Amy Poehler, the Globes love to give a trophy to the host of the show, and with Sandra Oh hosting alongside Andy Samberg (honestly, what a perfect pair), the stars seem aligned for Sandra Oh to win her second Golden Globe, and her first for someone not named Cristina Yang.
Prediction: Sandra Oh – Killing Eve

Lena: I absolutely love Julia Roberts, so she has my vote.
Prediction: Julia Roberts – Homecoming

Best Actor – Comedy

Travis: I truly want nothing more than for Sacha Baron Cohen to win this award. Not because he deserves it, or because Who Is America? was any good, but because I want to see what kind of sh*t show that results in – although if I’m being honest, he absolutely deserves one for that whole Detector Ruse he pulled on Roy Moore. But no, Cohen is a long-shot for this award, as we have four much-more-likely nominees after him. Donald Glover is probably the favorite here, having won before and because his work as Teddy Perkins is the creepiest sh*t this year, and the Globes love Legendary Actors like Michael Douglas and Jim Carrey (who has won two acting awards from the ceremony). However, I just don’t see anyone but Bill Hader winning this category. Not only was Hader the best television performer of 2018 with his melancholic, funny hitman, but he’s also a charismatic winner, something the Globes keep in mind when voting. Expect Hader to win this in a cakewalk.
Prediction: Bill Hader – Barry

Lena: Michael Douglas – The Kominsky Method

Best Actress – Comedy

Travis: Honestly, this is a slam dunk. The Globes aren’t going to award an older legend whose show is only modestly successful, so you can rule out Messing and Bergen. Kristen Bell is well-liked in the industry, but I just don’t see her pulling off the win here (although she could absolutely Gina Rodriguez this b*tch). And while my vote would go to Alison Brie, I know that she isn’t what the Globes are looking for. No, expect Rachel Brosnahan to continue her march to glory as the titular Mrs. Maisel on the Globes’ favorite show.
Prediction: Rachel Brosnahan – The Marvelous Mrs. Masiel

Lena: Again, I still love you, Maisel, but I’ve gotta go with Debra Messing.
Prediction: Debra Messing – Will and Grace

Best Actor – Limited Series/TV Movie 

Travis: See, here’s where things get tricky. The hottest miniseries/TV movies on television usually air before the Globe cutoffs, and tend to throw off their voting schedules – essentially, because they air at a different time than the Emmys, the presumptive favorites are often ignored for something newer and fresher, and vice versa. This means that while Darren Criss is technically the favorite for this award – and absolutely should win – for his creepy, yet empathetic portrayal of sociopathic serial killer Andrew Cunanan, the Globes may very well have forgotten this show existed. They may have moved on to something newer, fresher, and sexier: by which I mean they may have embraced star power in the form of Hugh Grant. I think A Very English Scandal will be the new Globe favorite, and I think Grant will win his second trophy for his portrayal of the British Politician in this adaptation of the “We Didn’t Start The Fire” lyric “British Politician Sex.”
Prediction: Hugh Grant – A Very English Scandal

Lena: Hugh Grant – A Very English Scandal

Best Actress – Limited Series/TV Movie

Travis: And now we come to what may be the hardest category of the night. Honestly any of these women could win – and deserve – the award, even Laura Dern’s memory-searching victim and Connie Britton’s tricked-housewife. However, I’d say it’s a three-way race, with the winner not being who you’d expect. I’d say the easiest, smartest decision is to split the vote between Adams and King – whoever wins in Best Supporting Actress wins here. But I don’t think it’ll be that simple. I don’t think King has the star-power to win, and I don’t think they’ll give Adams two awards in one night. So who wins? My money is on Patricia Arquette. Her show is the new favorite, she’s fresh on voters’ minds, and she’s a big enough celebrity that the voters will love her. This is the most questionable choice I’m making, but I’m taking the risk – Arquette, Escape at Dannemora. Book it, Dano.
Prediction: Patricia Arquette – Escape at Dannemora

Lena: Never will I ever predict against Amy Adams (ed. note: You just went against Amy Adams up in Best Supporting Actress)
Prediction: Amy Adams – Sharp Objects

Best Supporting Actor

Travis: And now for the only race where I have skin in the game: Best Supporting Actor. There are a lot of people who could win here. The Globes could go all-in on Alan Arkin. They could reward Édgar Ramírez’s tragic turn in The Assassination of Gianni Versace. They could go for Kieran Culkin’s batsh*t crazy douchebag on Succession. Or, the more likely choice, they could go for their new favorite, A Very English Scandal and they could give the win to Paddington himself Ben Whishaw. However, I cannot in good conscience pick anyone other than Henry Winkler. Winkler not only gives one of my favorite performances of the year as an insane drama teacher (my opera singer brother described it as “the most accurate performance ever to be put on film or digital media”), but he gives one of the sweetest, funniest performances as well. He deserves this award, and even if Whishaw may have the edge, I refuse to pick anyone other thank Winkler. Consider this my “Gina Rodriguez” moment, Lena.
Prediction: Henry Winkler – Barry

Lena: Ben Whishaw – A Very English Scandal

Best Supporting Actress

Travis: Another moment of “what are the Globes thinking?” Best Supporting Actress could go a whole lot of different ways. The only actress who can’t win here is Yvonne Strahovski. The question that remains is, “Who has the edge?” Are they looking at a celebrity, like Penélope Cruz? Are they looking to make up for last few years, with Thandie Newton? Are they looking to give Maisel the sweep with Alex Borstein? Or are they going to follow their usual pattern and give their favorite miniseries the win, with Patricia Clarkson? Clarkson is the smart money, but I can’t bring myself to pick her, both because I think they’ll go a different way and because she is my least favorite part of the terrific series. No, I think Newton will win for Westworld, if only for the power of “Akane no Mai” alone.
Prediction: Thandie Newton-Westworld

Lena: Patricia Clarkson – Sharp Objects

Best Limited Series/TV Movie

Travis: And finally, we have Best Limited Series/TV Movie, AKA Anything Could Win Except The Alienist. As has een the case throughout, it remains a question of what the Globe voters are watching. Do they want British Politician Sex? Sexy Jail Breaks? Southern Gothic Murders? Or Handsome Gay Serial Killers? Honestly, the way the Globes have been leaning previously, it’d be smarter to pick A Very English Scandal or Dannemora, due to the Globes’ love of shiny new toys. Hell, they could end up going Sharp Objects, just to get ahead of the curve. But why risk it? Why should I take any chances when the obvious choice of Assassination of Gianni Versace is right in front of me? Why not just play it safe, and predict they split the love – English in Actor, Dannemora in Actress, and Versace here, in the Big Kahuna? It’s a much safer choice, and that, my friends, is how you beat your opponent.
Prediction: The Assassination of Gianni Versace

Lena: Wow I apparently know nothing about TV, guess I’m winging it here.
Prediction: The Assassination of Gianni Versace

Well, that wraps up this year’s Beat The Guru Golden Globe Predictions! Lena and I thank you for your continued readership, and we hope you tune in on Sunday to see who wins both the Globes as well as the greatest rivalry this side of Michigan-Ohio State. Who will win the battle of Street Smarts and Book Smarts? Tune in on NBC this Sunday at 8:00 PM, or follow along right here on the Sacred Wall. See you then!


Best Drama

  • BlacKkKlansman
  • Black Panther
  • Bohemian Rhapsody
  • If Beale Street Could Talk
  • A Star Is Born  T L

Best Musical or Comedy

  • Crazy Rich Asians
  • The Favourite
  • Green Book  T L
  • Mary Poppins Returns
  • Vice

Best Actor in a Drama

  • Willem Dafoe-At Eternity’s Gate
  • Bradley Cooper-A Star Is Born  T
  • Lucas Hedges-Boy Erased
  • Rami Malek-Bohemian Rhapsody  L
  • John David Washington-BlacKkKlansman

Best Actor in a Musical or Comedy

  • Christian Bale-Vice  T L
  • Lin-Manuel Miranda-Mary Poppins Returns
  • Viggo Mortensen-Green Book
  • Robert Redford-The Old Man and the Gun
  • John C. Reilly-Stan and Ollie

Best Actress in a Drama

  • Glenn Close-The Wife
  • Lady Gaga-A Star Is Born  T L
  • Nicole Kidman-Destroyer
  • Melissa McCarthy-Can You Ever Forgive Me?
  • Rosamund Pike-A Private War

Best Actress in a Musical or Comedy

  • Emily Blunt-Mary Poppins Returns  T
  • Olivia Colman-The Favourite  L
  • Elsie Fisher-Eighth Grade
  • Charlize Theron-Tully
  • Constance Wu-Crazy Rich Asians

Best Supporting Actor

  • Mahershala Ali-Green Book  T L
  • Adam Driver-BlacKkKlansman
  • Richard E. Grant-Can You Ever Forgive Me?
  • Sam Rockwell-Vice
  • Timothée Chalamet-Beautiful Boy

Best Supporting Actress

  • Amy Adams-Vice  T
  • Claire Foy-First Man
  • Regina King-If Beale Street Could Talk  L
  • Emma Stone-The Favourite
  • Rachel Weisz-The Favourite

Best Director

  • Bradley Cooper-A Star Is Born
  • Alfonso Cuarón-Roma  T L
  • Peter Farrelly-Green Book
  • Spike Lee-BlacKkKlansman
  • Adam McKay-Vice

Best Screenplay

  • The Favourite  L
  • Green Book
  • If Beale Street Could Talk
  • Roma
  • Vice  T

Best Original Score

  • Black Panther
  • First Man  T L
  • Isle of Dogs
  • Mary Poppins Returns
  • A Quiet Place

Best Original Song

  • “All the Stars”-Black Panther
  • “Girl in the Movies”-Dumplin’
  • “Requiem for a Private War”-A Private War
  • “Revelation”-Boy Erased
  • “Shallow”-A Star Is Born  T L

Best Animated Film

  • The Incredibles 2  T L
  • Isle of Dogs
  • Ralph Breaks the Internet
  • The Grinch
  • Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse

Best Foreign Language Film

  • Capernaum
  • Girl
  • Never Look Away
  • Roma  T L
  • Shoplifters


Best Drama Series

  • The Americans  T
  • Bodyguard
  • Homecoming
  • Killing Eve  L
  • POSE

Best Comedy Series

  • Barry
  • The Good Place
  • Kidding  L
  • The Kominsky Method
  • The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel  T

Best Actor in a Drama Series

  • Jason Bateman-Ozark
  • Stephan James-Homecoming
  • Richard Madden-Bodyguard  L
  • Billy Porter-POSE
  • Matthew Rhys-The Americans  T

Best Actress in a Drama Series

  • Caitriona Balfe-Outlander
  • Elisabeth Moss-The Handmaid’s Tale
  • Keri Russell-The Americans
  • Sandra Oh-Killing Eve  T
  • Julia Roberts-Homecoming  L

Best Actor in a Comedy Series

  • Sacha Baron Cohen-Who Is America?
  • Donald Glover-Atlanta
  • Bill Hader-Barry  T
  • Michael Douglas-The Kominsky Method  L
  • Jim Carrey-Kidding

Best Actress in a Comedy Series

  • Kristen Bell-The Good Place
  • Candice Bergen-Murphy Brown
  • Alison Brie-GLOW
  • Rachel Brosnahan-The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel  T
  • Debra Messing-Will and Grace  L

Best Actor in a Miniseries/TV Movie

  • Antonio Banderas-Genius: Picasso
  • Daniel Brühl-The Alienist
  • Darren Criss-The Assassination of Gianni Versace
  • Benedict Cumberbatch-Patrick Melrose
  • Hugh Grant-A Very English Scandal  T L

Best Actress in a Miniseries/TV Movie

  • Amy Adams-Sharp Objects  L
  • Patricia Arquette-Escape to Dannemora  T
  • Connie Britton-Dirty John
  • Laura Dern-The Tale
  • Regina King-Seven Seconds

Best Supporting Actor

  • Alan Arkin-The Kominsky Method
  • Kieran Culkin-Succession
  • Edgar Ramírez-The Assassination of Gianni Versace
  • Ben Whishaw-A Very English Scandal  L
  • Henry Winkler-Barry  T

Best Supporting Actress

  • Alex Borstein-The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel
  • Patricia Clarkson-Sharp Objects  L
  • Penelope Cruz-The Assassination of Gianni Versace
  • Yvonne Strahovski-The Handmaid’s Tale
  • Thandie Newton-Westworld  T

Best Miniseries/TV Movie

  • The Alienist
  • The Assassination of Gianni Versace  T L
  • Escape to Dannemora
  • Sharp Objects
  • A Very English Scandal

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