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Boomer's updated Emmy predix: 'Modern Family,' Jim Parsons will win

July 2, 2010 |  2:03 pm
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Our forums moderator and resident Emmy expert Chris "Boomer" Beachum just updated his predictions. He not only forecasts who will be nominated next Thursday, but also who will win on Aug. 29.

COMEDY SERIES:
1. "Modern Family" (early projected winner)
2. "30 Rock"
3. "Glee"
4. "The Office"
5. "Curb Your Enthusiasm"
6. "The Big Bang Theory"

NEXT: "How I Met Your Mother," "Entourage"
 

COMEDY LEAD ACTRESS:
1. Edie Falco of "Nurse Jackie" (early projected winner)
2. Toni Collette of "United States of Tara"
3. Tina Fey of "30 Rock"
4. Lea Michele of "Glee"
5. Amy Poehler of "Parks & Recreation"
6. Courteney Cox-Arquette of "Cougar Town"

NEXT: Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Mary-Louise Parker


COMEDY LEAD ACTOR:
1. Jim Parsons of "The Big Bang Theory" (early projected winner)
2. Alec Baldwin of "30 Rock"
3. Steve Carell of "The Office"
4. Tony Shalhoub of "Monk"
5. Larry David of "Curb Your Enthusiasm"
6. Matthew Morrison of "Glee"

NEXT: Joel McHale, Thomas Jane


COMEDY SUPPORTING ACTRESS:
1. Jane Lynch of "Glee" (early projected winner)
2. Kristen Wiig of "Saturday Night Live"
3. Jane Krakowski of "30 Rock"
4. Vanessa Williams of "Ugly Betty"
5. Julie Bowen of "Modern Family"
6. Sofia Vergara of "Modern Family"

NEXT: Elizabeth Perkins, Jenna Fischer


COMEDY SUPPORTING ACTOR:
1. Ty Burrell of "Modern Family" (early projected winner)
2. Neil Patrick Harris of "How I Met Your Mother"
3. Tracy Morgan of "30 Rock"
4. Rainn Wilson of "The Office"
5. Eric Stonestreet of "Modern Family"
6. Ed O'Neill of "Modern Family"

NEXT: Jeremy Piven, Jon Cryer


COMEDY GUEST ACTRESS:
1. Betty White of "Saturday Night Live" (episode "Betty White") (early projected winner)
2. Tina Fey of "Saturday Night Live" (episode "Tina Fey")
3. Kristin Chenoweth of "Glee" (episode "The Rhodes Not Taken")
4. Elaine Stritch of "30 Rock" (episode "The Moms")
5. Catherine O'Hara of "Curb Your Enthusiasm" (episode "Funkhouser's Crazy Sister")
6. Betty White of "The Middle" (episode "Average Rules")

NEXT: Christine Baranski, Kathy Bates


COMEDY GUEST ACTOR:
1. Jon Hamm of "Saturday Night Live" (episode "Jon Hamm") (early projected winner)
2. Neil Patrick Harris of "Glee" (episode "Dream On")
3. Carl Reiner of "Two and a Half Men" (episode "Warning, It's Dirty")
4. Eli Wallach of "Nurse Jackie" (episode "Chicken Soup")
5. Matt Damon of "30 Rock" (episode "I Do Do")
6. Jason Alexander of "Curb Your Enthusiasm" (episode "Seinfeld")

NEXT: Jack Black, Will Arnett


DRAMA SERIES:
1. "Mad Men" (early projected winner)
2. "Dexter"
3. "Lost"
4. "Breaking Bad"
5. "The Good Wife
6. "House"

NEXT: "Damages," "True Blood"


DRAMA LEAD ACTRESS:
1. Julianna Margulies of "The Good Wife" (early projected winner)
2. Glenn Close of "Damages"
3. Kyra Sedgwick of "The Closer"
4. Mariska Hargitay of "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit"
5. January Jones of "Mad Men"
6. Anna Paquin of "True Blood"

NEXT: Melissa Leo, Holly Hunter


DRAMA LEAD ACTOR:
1. Michael C. Hall of "Dexter" (early projected winner)
2. Bryan Cranston of "Breaking Bad"
3. Jon Hamm of "Mad Men"
4. Hugh Laurie of "House"
5. Simon Baker of "The Mentalist"
6. Kiefer Sutherland of "24"

NEXT: Bill Paxton, Matthew Fox


DRAMA SUPPORTING ACTRESS:
1. Elisabeth Moss of "Mad Men" (early projected winner)
2. Rose Byrne of "Damages"
3. Chloe Sevigny of "Big Love"
4. Khandi Alexander of "Treme"
5. Christine Baranski of "The Good Wife"
6. Sandra Oh of "Grey's Anatomy"

NEXT: Chandra Wilson, Christina Hendricks


DRAMA SUPPORTING ACTOR:
1. Terry O'Quinn of "Lost" (early projected winner)
2. Michael Emerson of "Lost"
3. Aaron Paul of "Breaking Bad"
4. John Slattery of "Mad Men"
5. John Goodman of "Treme"
6. Martin Short of "Damages"

NEXT: Campbell Scott, Andre Braugher


DRAMA GUEST ACTRESS:
1. Lily Tomlin of "Damages" (episode "Your Secrets Are Safe") (early projected winner)
2. Sissy Spacek of "Big Love" (episode "End of Days")
3. Isabelle Huppert of "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit" (episode "Shattered")
4. Sharon Stone of "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit" (episode "Shattered")
5. Vanessa Redgrave of "Nip/Tuck" (episode "Alexis Stone")
6. Debra Winger of "Law & Order" (episode "Boy on Fire")

NEXT: Tyne Daly, Allison Janney


DRAMA GUEST ACTOR:
1. John Lithgow of "Dexter" (episode "Road Kill") (early projected winner)
2. Beau Bridges of "The Closer" (episode "Make Over")
3. James Earl Jones of "House" (episode "The Tyrant")
4. Ted Danson of "Damages" (episode "The Next One's Gonna Go in Your Throat")
5. Andre Braugher of "House" (episode "Broken, Parts 1 & 2")
6. Robert Morse of "Mad Men" (episode "Shut the Door. Have a Seat")

NEXT: Henry Ian Cusick, Len Cariou
 
TV MOVIE:
1. "You Don't Know Jack" (early projected winner)
2. "Georgia O'Keeffe"
3. "Temple Grandin"
4. "The Special Relationship"
5. "When Love Is Not Enough: The Lois Wilson Story"
 
TV MINISERIES:
1. "The Pacific" (early projected winner)
2. "Return to Cranford"
 
MOVIE/MINI LEAD ACTRESS:
1. Claire Danes of "Temple Grandin" (early projected winner)
2. Joan Allen of "Georgia O'Keeffe"
3. Judi Dench of "Return to Cranford"
4. Hope Davis of "The Special Relationship"
5. Maggie Smith of "Capturing Mary"
 
MOVIE/MINI LEAD ACTOR:
1. Al Pacino of "You Don't Know Jack" (early projected winner)
2. Jeremy Irons of "Georgia O'Keeffe"
3. Dennis Quaid of "The Special Relationship"
4. Jeff Bridges of "A Dog Year"
5. Ian McKellen of "The Prisoner"
 
MOVIE/MINI SUPPORTING ACTRESS:
1. Imelda Staunton of "Return to Cranford" (early projected winner)
2. Susan Sarandon of "You Don't Know Jack"
3. Tyne Daly of "Georgia O'Keeffe"
4. Kathy Bates of "Alice"
5. Brenda Vaccaro of "You Don't Know Jack"
 
MOVIE/MINI SUPPORTING ACTOR:
1. Danny Huston of "You Don't Know Jack" (early projected winner)
2. Michael Gambon of "Emma"
3. David Strathairn of "Temple Grandin"
4. John Goodman of "You Don't Know Jack"
5. Jonathan Pryce of "Return to Cranford"

Photo: Academy of Television Arts & Sciences

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Comments

If NPH gets both his deserved noms & still goes empty handed I will have a psychotic episode.

How depressing is this list? I know it's probably pretty accurate though because the emmys are nothing if not predictable year after year.

Jim Parson's is great BUT Steve Carrell has NEVER won an Emmy. That's just criminal.

Does Archie Panjabi (The good wife) have any chance to be nominated as drama supporting actress ?


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