Predict Jodie Foster in ‘True Detective: Night Country’ will win best movie/limited actress?

Having trouble predicting who will win Best Movie/Limited Actress at the 2024 Emmy Awards? Let’s consult Gold Derby’s Emmy Experts!

These savvy pundits from major media outlets have chimed in with their first set of predictions, and they say the trophy will go to Jodie Foster (“True Detective: Night Country”). The other potential nominees at this early stage are Kate Winslet (“The Regime”), Brie Larson (“Lessons in Chemistry”), Juno Temple (“Fargo”), Sofia Vergara (“Griselda”) and Naomi Watts (“Feud: Capote vs. the Swans”) — but that could all change in the coming months.

As of this writing, a leading four out of our seven Emmy Experts predict a victory for Foster: Christopher Rosen (Gold Derby), Eric Deggans (NPR), Ray Richmond (Gold Derby) and Thelma Adams (Gold Derby). She plays Chief Liz Danvers on Season 4 of HBO’s anthology crime series. Foster is a two-time Emmy nominee for producing the TV movie “The Baby Dance” (1999) and directing the comedy series “Orange is the New Black” (2014), but this would be her first acting bid. She is, of course, a double Best Actress Oscar winner for “The Accused” (1988) and “The Silence of the Lambs” (1991).

The other three Emmyologists — Joyce Eng (Gold Derby), Peter Travers (ABC) and Shawn Edwards (WDAF-TV Fox) — instead believe Winslet will prevail. She takes on the role of Chancellor Elena “Lenny” Vernham on HBO’s political satire. Winslet already has two Emmy Awards on her mantel in this exact same category for “Mildred Pierce” (2011) and “Mare of Easttown” (2021). Like Foster, she is a Best Actress Oscar champion for “The Reader” (2008).

Larson comes in third place in our Emmy odds for her portrayal of chemist Elizabeth Zott on the Apple TV+ limited series. She was recently nominated at the Golden Globes, Critics Choice and SAG Awards for “Lessons in Chemistry,” and is now hoping to score an Emmy citation. Fun fact: she won an Emmy in 2020 in the little-known category of Best Original Interactive Program for producing “The Messy Truth VR Experience.” Larson also took home a Best Actress Oscar for “Room” (2015).

Some of the most recent Emmy winners in the Best Movie/Limited Actress category include Ali Wong (“Beef”), Amanda Seyfried (“The Dropout”), Winslet (“Mare of Easttown”), Regina King (“Watchmen”) and Michelle Williams (“Fosse/Verdon”). Find out who will be in the running to join this esteemed list when the Primetime Emmy nominations are announced on July 17, 2024.

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