Who Will Take Home The Emmy For Best Comedy Series: 2020 Emmy Awards Preview | Celebrity Page

We're continuing to count down to the 72nd Primetime Emmy Awards, airing Sunday September 20th on ABC. Today we focus on the Outstanding Comedy Series category. And the nominees are...


Schitt's Creek

It's the last chance for Schitt's Creek to take home Emmy gold. The series, with its devoted following, just said goodbye after six seasons.

The Good Place

The Emmys could A Good Place for Kristen Bell and Ted Danson's show, after it too called it a series, ending a four season run.

The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel

Don't count out Emmy favorite, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel.

It already won Best Comedy in 2018 and could do so again this year.

Curb Your Enthusiasm

While Enthusiasm is high for Larry David's latest season of Curb, the series is used to being nominated and not winning.

The Kominsky Method

A nominee that does win? How about the Netflix series, The Kominsky Method. The show starring Michael Douglas and Alan Arkin, the surprise winner at this year's Golden Globes.

But will the strike gold twice?

Dead To Me

Dead to Me could make a killing at this year's Emmys. The Netflix hit was on everyone's binge list this summer.

Insecure

Another big hit during quarantine: Insecure.

The HBO relationship comedy, showing off Issa Rae's skills as an actress, writer and producer.

What We Do in the Shadows

Last but not least is the FX cult hit; What We Do In The Shadows.

The comedy about vampires, shocking just about everyone with its Best Comedy nod.

We'll find out who wins, when Jimmy Kimmel hosts the Emmys, September 20th on ABC.

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