Emmys

Emmys Poll 2016: Who Should Win Supporting Actor in a Drama?

Forget winter. Fall is coming, and it’s bringing with it an epic Emmy showdown between Jon Snow and Tyrion Lannister.

Kit Harington — a first time nominee in the race for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series — will face off against Game of Thrones co-star Peter Dinklage, a six-time contender who won in both 2011 and 2015.

Harington, of course, is one of two new additions to the field. With neither The Good Wife‘s Alan Cumming nor Downton Abbey‘s Jim Carter acknowledged for the final seasons of their respective programs, Ray Donovan‘s Jon Voight — who was last nominated in 2014 — has snuck his way back into the category. (Fun fact: Cumming could still walk away a winner for his turn as host of the 69th Annual Tony Awards.)

Also back for another shot at victory are Bloodline‘s Ben Mendelsohn and House of Cards‘ Michael Kelly, both of whom were up for their first statues last year. Meanwhile, Better Call Saul‘s Jonathan Banks is hoping the fourth time’s the charm, having previously lost in 1989 (for Wiseguy), 2013 (for Breaking Bad) and 2015 (for Season 1 of Saul).

What would you do if you had the opportunity to recognize one of the aforementioned supporting actors when the Emmys are handed out on Sept. 18? Take our poll below to vote for your favorite, then hit the comments to defend your pick.

Every day for the next couple of weeks, we’ll launch another “Who Should Win?” Emmy poll, so visit TVLine.com daily to weigh in on who’s most worthy of TV’s most distinguished honor.