12 Surprising Fan Stats About This Year's Emmy Nominees (PHOTOS)
HBO; Amazon Prime Video; NBC
Outstanding Drama Series
Despite mixed opinions over its final season, Game of Thrones
remains the top pick for all ages and genders as the frontrunner in this category with 60% of people picking it to win. As for the shows they'd choose if given the opportunity, Thrones
remained on top — except for 39% of women who selected This Is Us
over the 36% of women that chose the HBO drama.
Amazon Prime Video
Outstanding Comedy Series
When it comes to comedy, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel
is queen as the series was selected as the top choice to win by 47% of women, 38% of men, 41% of millennials and 43% of millennials. It also remained number one among voters asked which show they'd like to see win, with The Good Place
coming in at a close second place.
Outstanding Limited Series
Despite rave reviews for When They See Us
was the consensus across the board for top prediction and choice among voters. In terms of the show being most likely to win, 51% of voters chose the HBO show, while 53% want
to see it win.
Lead Actress in a Drama Series
takes the cake as Daenerys Targaryen for all demos both in prediction and top pick votes. Even with the Mother of Dragons' descent into madness, Clarke received 41% of women's votes, 40% of men's, 44% of millennials', and 38% of non-millennials'.
Lead Actor in a Comedy Series
This category was pretty split among voters which, when divided up into demos, results in The Good Place
's Ted Danson
's Bill Hader
in the lead. Danson took the majority of female and non-millennial votes, while Hader received majority of male and millennial voters.
Lead Actor in a Limited Series
Could Mahershala Ali
be on the way to adding an Emmy to his Oscar shelf? The actor earned top votes overall for his role in True Detective
Lead Actress in a Limited Series
She hasn't had luck at the Oscars yet, but could Amy Adams
find success at the Emmys with her Sharp Objects
role? Yes, according to the voters who chose her — a whopping 47% say yes.
Best Television Movie
The decision over which title should take home top honors was split among the demos with Black Mirror: Bandersnatch
taking the lead for women and millennials, while men and non-millennials opted for HBO's Deadwood: The Movie
Michael Yarish/Warner Bros
Biggest Series Snub
It was pretty clear from voters that The Big Bang Theory
was the number one title the Emmys snubbed this year earning 40% of women, 40% of men and 45% of non-millennial voters. However, for 38% of millennials, GLOW
was their biggest snub.
Amazon Prime Video
Biggest Performer Snub
All demos agreed that Julia Roberts
, who appeared in Amazon's Homecoming
, was the biggest performer snub of the year after she didn't receive a nomination.
The 2019 Emmy Awards are nearly here and there are a lot of opinions among TV viewers about who should and shouldn't win this year.
Whether it's a comedy, drama, limited series or TV movie, fans are predicting the outcome of this year's ceremony already. In an exclusive to TV Insider, Rotten Tomatoes is revealing the results of their fan survey, which asked participants who they think should win, who they think will win, and more.
Click through the gallery above for some surprising statistics about the year's best and brightest nominees.
From 'Schitt's Creek' to 'Bodyguard.'
2019 Emmy Awards, Sunday, September 22, 8/7c, Fox