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Golden Globes TV predix: Best lead drama actor

October 13, 2010 |  1:22 pm

Our TV experts Chris "Boomer" Beachum and Rob Licuria agree on who four of the five nominees will be for lead actor in a drama series at the Golden Globes: Steve Buscemi ("Boardwalk Empire"), Gabriel Byrne ("In Treatment"), Michael C. Hall ("Dexter") and Jon Hamm ("Mad Men"). However, Boomer picks Hugh Laurie ("House M.D.") and Rob opts for Tom Selleck ("Blue Bloods") in the fifth slot. Notice how similar these predix are to what they forecast for this same category at the Screen Actors Guild Awards.

Michael C Hall Golden Globes news DexterBoomer handicaps the Globes race contender by contender below. Rob's reax to Boomer's rundown: "I would move James Badge Dale ('Rubicon') up, add Michael Chiklis ('No Ordinary Family') to possibles and Andy Whitfield ('Spartacus: Blood and Sand') to long shots."

Michael C. Hall won last year. Gabriel Byrne triumphed in 2008 and wasn't nominated in 2009 because "In Treatment" didn't air new episodes during the eligibility period.

Also, check out Boomer's and Rob's analysis of the Golden Globe races for best drama series and best comedy.

* = nominee last year

Simon Baker, "The Mentalist"**
Steve Buscemi, "Boardwalk Empire"
Gabriel Byrne, "In Treatment"
Bryan Cranston, "Breaking Bad"
Matthew Fox, "Lost"
Michael C. Hall, "Dexter" *
Jon Hamm, "Mad Men" *
Hugh Laurie, "House" *
Bill Paxton, "Big Love" *
Tom Selleck, "Blue Bloods"

Matthew Bomer, "White Collar"
Kyle Chandler, "Friday Night Lights"
Idris Elba, "Luther"
Michael Imperioli, "Detroit 187"
Peter Krause, "Parenthood"
Denis Leary, "Rescue Me"
Stephen Moyer, "True Blood"
Timothy Olyphant, "Justified"
Jason Ritter, "The Event"
Kiefer Sutherland, "24"

(Long Shots)
James Badge Dale, "Rubicon"
Patrick Dempsey, "Grey’s Anatomy"
Jeffrey Donovan, "Burn Notice"
Charlie Hunnam, "Sons of Anarchy"
Joshua Jackson, "Fringe"
Jonathan Rhys Meyers, "The Tudors"
Ray Romano, "Men of a Certain Age"
Ian Somerhalder, "The Vampire Diaries"

Photo: Michael C. Hall at Golden Globes. Credit: Mark J. Terrill / Associated Press

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Season 3 of In Treatment hasn't aired yet, so why does Gabriel Byrne get a nomination?

Don't misunderstand I hopes he get one and wins, but isn't it a bit early for predictions?

I'll be watching the GG's anyway

Hugh Laurie is multi-talented British gentleman. American television is lucky to have him. He has been passed over too many times. He certainly deserves the award.

It is beyond my conception how Hugh Laurie could not be nominated nor win this award. House is the only character on television in which the whole show is centered around his character. He doen't have the luxury of putting out only ten episodes, his show is over twenty episodes a season. Twenty episodes of phenominal acting. Hugh Laurie never lets the viewers down. How Broken did not win him an emmy was robbery, let alone the golden globe.



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