Predictions in every Emmy Awards are inevitable, and one of its most competitive categories is Best Drama Actress. Who will claim the victory in fighting for this title among these six female actresses in the upcoming Emmy Awards 2015: Viola Davis of “How to Get Away with Murder,” Taraji P. Henson of “Empire,” Robin Wright of “House of Cards,” Elizabeth Moss of “Madmen,” Tatiana Maslany of “Orphan Black,” and Claire Danes of “Homeland”? Read on for more details.
Followers of each movie and of these actresses may feel a little bit under the weather but the character Analisse Keating, who is played by Viola Davis, seems to shine among all.
Together with Taraji P. Henson, either of them can become the first African-American winner of Best drama actress in Emmy Awards.
Another actress that adds up to the competitive ladies is the first time nominee for the Best Drama Actress, Tatiana Maslany. Three seasons of her sci-fi classic series “Orphan Black” have been aired in BBC before she made it as an Emmy Awards 2015 nominee and this made her fans express their outrage for this resentment.
Ranking fourth in Emmy predictions via Enstarz, it does take a lot of guts to perform different character having ten clones, though she never loses hope in putting her name on the map.
“The awards stuff doesn’t factor in for me. All I’m thinking about when I’m doing ‘Orphan Black’ is ‘Orphan Black.’ That being said, the lack of a nomination, whatever that meant, was actually the best publicity we could have ever had — it definitely put us on the map!” Maslany said in a statement by Hollywood Reporter.
Meanwhile, the Gold Derby editors Tom O’ Neil, Matt Noble, and Marcus James Nixon are quiet sure that Viola Davis will win this year while Chris Beachum contradicts and said that Robin Wright will. Elizabeth Moss and Claire Danes seem to be least interesting in this nomination prediction.
But how accurate these predictions are? Say, 50/50.
Emmy Awards 2015 will happen on the 20th of September on Fox and let’s keep in mind that these critics can predict different nominees to be on different spots, but there is only one who will win the trophy.
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