Michael K. Williams (‘Lovecraft Country’) poised to make Emmy history, but Experts say these 3 actors could upset

Michael K. Williams (‘Lovecraft Country’) poised to make Emmy history, but Experts say these 3 actors could upset
After winning a Critics Choice Award earlier this year, Michael Kenneth Williams (“Lovecraft Country”) entered Emmy season as a front-runner. And it would be a historic victory as there still have been no Black winners for Best Drama Supporting Actor — ever. But with only one of last year’s eight nominees eligible to return, this race is far from a done deal. And the Expert journalists we’ve surveyed from major media outlets are divided.

Williams has four previous Emmy nominations: three for Best Movie/Limited Supporting Actor and one for Best Informational Program as a producer (“Vice”). He has yet to win, but 14 Experts think this is his year.

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In “Lovecraft Country” he plays Montrose, who struggles with being Black and gay in 1950s Chicago while trying to mend his relationship
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