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Emmy Predictions: Supporting Actor (Comedy) — How Many Actors From ‘The Bear’ Will be Nominated?
Emmy Predictions: Supporting Actor (Comedy) — How Many Actors From ‘The Bear’ Will be Nominated?

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2024 Emmy Predictions:
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series

The Bear Lionel Boyce Ramy Youssef
The Bear — Pictured: BTS (Lionel Boyce, Ramy Youssef). CR: Chuck Hodes/FX

Weekly Commentary (Updated: May 24, 2024): More to come.

The eligibility deadline for all series concluding their runs is May 31. The nominations voting round is open from June 13 to 24.

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And the Predicted Nominees Are

Rank

Performer and Series

1

Ebon Moss-Bachrach — “The Bear” (FX)

2

Oliver Platt — “The Bear” (FX)

3

Paul W. Downs — “Hacks” (Max)

4

Matty Matheson — “The Bear” (FX)

5

Lionel Boyce — “The Bear” (FX)

6

Tyler James Williams — “Abbott Elementary” (ABC)

7

Richard Lewis — “Curb Your Enthusiasm” (Max)

8

Chris Perfetti — “Abbott Elementary” (ABC)


Next in Line

Rank

Performer and Series

9

Paul Rudd — “Only Murders in the Building” (Hulu)

10

Carl Clemons-Hopkins — “Hacks” (Max)

11

Bowen Yang — “Saturday Night Live” (NBC)

12

Chance Perdomo — “Gen V” (Prime Video)

13

Kenan Thompson — “Saturday Night Live” (NBC)

14

J.B. Smoove — “Curb Your Enthusiasm” (Max)

15

Ricky Martin — “Palm Royale” (Apple TV+)


Also in Contention

Rank

Performer and Series

16

Daniel Ings — “The Gentlemen” (Netflix)

17

David Hyde Pierce — “Julia” (Max)

18

Marcello Hernandez — “Saturday Night Live” (NBC)

19

William Stanford Davis — “Abbott Elementary” (ABC)

20

Harvey Guillén — “What We Do in the Shadows” (FX)

21

Walton Goggins — “I’m a Virgo” (Prime Video)

22

Mark Proksch — “What We Do in the Shadows” (FX)

23

Mikey Day — “Saturday Night Live” (NBC)

24

Vinnie Jones — “The Gentlemen” (Netflix)

25

Joel Kim Booster — “Loot” (Apple TV+)

Eligible Performances (Supporting Comedy Actor)

Eligible Performances (Supporting Comedy Actor)
Eligible Performances (Supporting Comedy Actor)


**The list below is not complete and have been confirmed as officially submitted. All information is subject to change. Grouped by network that airs each series.

  • William Stanford Davis — “Abbott Elementary” (ABC)

  • Chris Perfetti — “Abbott Elementary” (ABC)

  • Josh Segarra — “Abbott Elementary” (ABC)

  • Tyler James Williams — “Abbott Elementary” (ABC)

  • John Cho — “The Afterparty” (Apple TV+)

  • Paul Walter Hauser — “The Afterparty” (Apple TV+)

  • Jack Whitehall — “The Afterparty” (Apple TV+)

  • Zach Woods — “The Afterparty” (Apple TV+)

  • Josh Segarra — “The Big Door Prize” (Apple TV+)

  • Joel Kim Booster — “Loot” (Apple TV+)

  • Josh Lucas — “Palm Royale” (Apple TV+)

  • Ricky Martin — “Palm Royale” (Apple TV+)

  • Morris Chestnut — “Diarra from Detroit” (BET+)

  • Brandon Scott Jones — “Ghosts” (CBS)

  • Lionel Boyce — “The Bear” (FX)

  • Ebon Moss-Bachrach — “The Bear” (FX)

  • Matty Matheson — “The Bear” (FX)

  • Oliver Platt — “The Bear” (FX)

  • Lane Factor — “Reservation Dogs” (FX)

  • Zahn McClarnon — “Reservation Dogs” (FX)

  • Harvey Guillén — “What We Do in the Shadows” (FX)

  • Mark Proksch — “What We Do in the Shadows” (FX)

  • Michael Cera — “Life and Beth” (Hulu)

  • Michael Cyril Creighton — “Only Murders in the Building” (Hulu)

  • Paul Rudd — “Only Murders in the Building” (Hulu)

  • Jeremy Shamos — “Only Murders in the Building” (Hulu)

  • Wesley Taylor — “Only Murders in the Building” (Hulu)

  • Michael Imperioli — “This Fool” (Hulu)

  • Frankie Quiñones — “This Fool” (Hulu)

  • Jeff Garlin — “Curb Your Enthusiasm” (Max)

  • Richard Lewis — “Curb Your Enthusiasm” (Max)

  • J.B. Smoove — “Curb Your Enthusiasm” (Max)

  • Carl Clemons-Hopkins — “Hacks” (Max)

  • Paul W. Downs — “Hacks” (Max)

  • Fran Kranz — “Julia” (Max)

  • David Hyde Pierce — “Julia” (Max)

  • Case Walker — “The Other Two” (Max)

  • Vico Ortiz — “Our Flag Means Death” (Max)

  • Taika Waititi — “Our Flag Means Death” (Max)

  • Donald Faison — “Extended Family” (NBC)

  • Michael Che — “Saturday Night Live” (NBC)

  • Mikey Day — “Saturday Night Live” (NBC)

  • Andrew Dismukes — “Saturday Night Live” (NBC)

  • Marcello Hernandez — “Saturday Night Live” (NBC)

  • James Austin Johnson — “Saturday Night Live” (NBC)

  • Colin Jost — “Saturday Night Live” (NBC)

  • Michael Longfellow — “Saturday Night Live” (NBC)

  • Kenan Thompson — “Saturday Night Live” (NBC)

  • Devon Walker — “Saturday Night Live” (NBC)

  • Bowen Yang — “Saturday Night Live” (NBC)

  • Giancarlo Esposito — “The Gentlemen” (Netflix)

  • Daniel Ings — “The Gentlemen” (Netflix)

  • Jack Cutmore-Scott — “Frasier” (Paramount+)

  • Anders Keith — “Frasier” (Paramount+)

  • Nicholas Lyndhurst — “Frasier” (Paramount+)

  • Tom Bateman — “Based on a True Story” (Peacock)

  • Asa Germann — “Gen V” (Prime Video)

  • Derek Luh — “Gen V” (Prime Video)

  • Chance Perdomo — “Gen V” (Prime Video)

  • Jon Hamm — “Good Omens” (Prime Video)

  • Mike Epps — “I’m a Virgo” (Prime Video)

  • Walton Goggins — “I’m a Virgo” (Prime Video)

More Information (Supporting Comedy Actor)

More Information (Supporting Comedy Actor)
More Information (Supporting Comedy Actor)


2023 category winner: Ebon Moss Bachrach — “The Bear” (FX) — Season 1

2024 Emmy Awards Calendar and Timeline (all dates are subject to change)

  • Eligibility period: June 1, 2023 – May 31, 2024

  • Feb. 29: Submissions open

  • May 9: Deadline for programs identifying as Primetime programming to upload all entry materials.

  • June 13: Nominations-round voting begins

  • June 24: Nominations-round voting ends at 10:00 p.m. PT

  • June 28 – July 8: Voting for peer group-specific top ten rounds panels (if applicable)

  • July 17: Primetime Emmy nominations are announced.

  • July 24: Deadline for errors and omissions to the nominations.

  • August 5: Find-round videos available for viewing.

  • August 15: Final-round voting begins.

  • August 26: Final-round voting ends at 10:00 p.m. PST.

  • Sept. 7-8: Creative Arts Emmy Awards and Governors Gala

  • Sunday, Sept. 15: 76th Primetime Emmy Awards to air on ABC.

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About the Primetime Emmy Awards

The Primetime Emmy Awards, commonly known as the Emmys, are awarded by the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (ATAS). Established in 1949, these celebrate outstanding achievements in American primetime television. The Emmys are categorized into three divisions: the Primetime Emmy Awards for performance and production excellence; the Primetime Creative Arts Emmy Awards, recognizing achievements in artistry and craftsmanship; and the Primetime Engineering Emmy Awards, which honor significant engineering and technological advancements. The eligibility period typically extends from June 1 to May 31 each year. The Television Academy hosts the Emmys and has over 20,000 members across 30 professional peer groups, including performers, directors, producers, art directors, artisans and executives.

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