Emmys

Emmys 2020: Lead Actor in a Limited Series or Movie — Our Dream Nominees

Emmys 2020

Per the oddsmakers at TVLine’s sister pub Gold Derby, Emmy’s Outstanding Lead Actor in a Limited Series or Movie trophy is Mark Ruffalo’s to lose.

Despite the HBO mini netting mostly mixed reviews, Ruffalo’s dual-role performance as identical twin brothers Dominick and Thomas Birdsey received widespread acclaim, making him the race’s clear frontrunner.

It also made him a shoo-in to snag one of our six Dream Emmy slots.

Check out the attached gallery — or click here for direct access — to review all six of our Dream Nominees (remember, these aren’t predictions; they’re wish lists) and then tell us if our picks warrant a “Hell, yes!,” “Um, no” or “How could you leave off so-and-so?!”

For the record, 2020 Emmy nominations will be voted on from July 2-13, and unveiled on July 28. The 72nd Primetime Emmy Awards ceremony is scheduled to air (in some form!) on Sunday, Sept. 20 on ABC.

Scroll down for links to our previous Dream Emmy categories:

Outstanding Drama Series — Our 7 Dream Nominees
Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series — Our 7 Dream Nominees
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series — Our 7 Dream Nominees
Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series — Our 7 Dream Nominees
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series — Our 7 Dream Nominees
Outstanding Comedy Series — Our 8 Dream Nominees
Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series — Our 8 Dream Nominees
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series — Our 7 Dream Nominees
Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series — Our 7 Dream Nominees
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series — Our 7 Dream Nominees
Outstanding Limited Series — Our 5 Dream Nominees
Outstanding Lead Actress in a Limited Series or Movie — Our 7 Dream Nominees