Ted Danson can extend his Emmy record once again with one final nomination for ‘The Good Place’

Ted Danson can extend his Emmy record once again with one final nomination for ‘The Good Place’
The Good Place” has been good to Ted Danson because he can extend his own Emmy record for the third year in a row. The two-time champ is poised to receive his 14th Best Comedy Actor nomination, sitting in second place in our odds. No one has received more.

Danson was in a tie at 11 bids with Alan Alda and Kelsey Grammer for 14 years until he earned his 12th nomination and first for “The Good Place” in 2018. He followed it up with lucky No. 13 last year.

Curiously, all of these men’s best-known shows ran for 11 seasons. Alda was the first to hit 11, getting nominated for the entirety of “M*A*S*H’s” run and winning in 1974 and ’82. Danson then matched him with 11 nominations for 11 years of “Cheers,” with victories in 1990 and ’93.

Grammer was only shortlisted for 10 of “Frasier’s” 11 seasons, missing in 2003, but he received a comedy actor bid for playing Dr.
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