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Emmy Awards Betting Odds List Jason Sudeikis Odds-On Favorite to Win Best Comedy Actor




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The Crown is Expected to be Big Winner of 73rd Emmy Awards

Emmy Awards Betting Odds

Jason Sudeikis is the odds-on favorite to win the Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series for his role in Ted Lasso, according to betting aggregators. His odds to win are 1/33 (97.1% implied probability). The nearest competitors are Michael Douglas, who is 10/1 to win for The Kominsky Method (9.1%), and Anthony Anderson, who is 20/1 to win for Black-ish (4.8%). 

Ted Lasso is also the odds-on favorite to win Outstanding Comedy Series at 1/10 (90.9%). It’s followed by The Flight Attendant at 9/1 (10%) and Hacks at 10/1 (9.1%). 

“Sudeikis is the biggest favorite of the major awards in this year’s Emmys,” says a US-Bookies spokesperson. “But The Crown looks like the series to beat this year, as it’s currently odds-on to win three of the major categories.” 

The Crown is the odds-on favorite to win Outstanding Drama Series at 1/7 (87.5% implied probability). It’s followed by The Mandalorian at 9/2 (18.2%), Bridgerton at 12/1 (7.7%), The Handmaid’s Tale at 14/1 (6.7%), Pose at 25/1 (3.8%), Lovecraft Country at 28/1 (3.4%), The Boys at 30/1 (3.2%) and This Is Us at 35/1 (2.8%). 

Emma Corrin and Josh O’Connor are the odds-on favorites to win Outstanding Lead Actress and Actor in a Drama Series, respectively, for their roles in The Crown, both at 2/7 odds (77.8%). Corrin is followed by MJ Rodriguez at 4/1 (20%), while O’Connor is followed by Billy Porter at 3/1 (25%). 

“Outstanding Limited or Anthology Series appears to be the closest of the main categories of the 73rd Emmy Awards,” says a US-Bookies spokesperson. “The Queen’s Gambit is the odds-on favorite at 2/5, but it has the weakest odds of the main category favorites, and it’s followed by Mare of Easttown at 2/1, marking the smallest margin between the first and second picks.”

Jean Smart is the odds-on favorite to win Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series, with 4/11 odds (73.3%). She’s followed by Kaley Cuoco, who’s 15/8 to win (34.8%). 

Outstanding Drama Series


The Crown (Netflix): 1/7

The Mandalorian (Disney+): 9/2

Bridgerton (Netflix): 12/1

The Handmaid’s Tale (Hulu): 14/1 

Pose (FX): 25/1

Lovecraft Country (HBO): 28/1

The Boys (Prime Video): 30/1

This Is Us (NBC): 35/1

Outstanding Comedy Series


Ted Lasso (Apple TV+): 1/10

The Flight Attendant (HBO Max): 9/1

Hacks (HBO Max): 10/1

The Kominsky Method (Netflix): 16/1

Black-ish (ABC): 20/1

Pen15 (Hulu): 20/1

Emily in Paris (Netflix): 25/1

Cobra Kai (Netflix): 33/1

Outstanding Limited or Anthology Series


The Queen’s Gambit (Netflix): 2/5

Mare of Easttown (HBO): 2/1

I May Destroy You (HBO): 7/1

Underground Railroad (Prime Video): 10/1

WandaVision (Disney+): 16/1

Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series


Emma Corrin (The Crown): 2/7

MJ Rodriguez (Pose):4/1

Elisabeth Moss (The Handmaid’s Tale): 9/1

Olivia Colman (The Crown): 9/1

Uzo Aduba (In Treatment): 18/1

Jurnee Smollett Lovecraft Country): 28/1

Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama series


Josh O’Connor (The Crown): 2/7

Billy Porter (Pose): 3/1

Rege Jean-Page (Bridgerton): 8/1

Matthew Rhys (Perry Mason): 22/1

Sterling K. Brown (This Is Us): 25/1

Jonathan Majors (Lovecraft Country): 33/1

Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series


Jean Smart (Hacks): 4/11

Kaley Cuoco (The Flight Attendant): 15/8

Tracee Ellis Ross (Black-ish): 7/1

Aidy Bryant (Shrill): 28/1

Allison Janney (Mom): 66/1

Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series


Jason Sudeikis (Ted Lasso): 1/33

Michael Douglas (The Kominsky Method): 10/1

Anthony Anderson (Black-ish): 20/1

Kenan Thompson (Kenan): 28/1

William H. Macy (Shameless): 33/1

Outstanding Competition Program


RuPauls Drag Race (VH1): 1/20

Nailed It! (Netflix): 7/1

The Voice (NBC): 10/1

The Amazing Race (CBS): 12/1

Top Chef (Bravo): 12/1

Outstanding Variety Talk Series


Last Week Tonight with John Oliver (HBO): 1/20

The Daily Show with Trevor Noah (Comedy Central): 5/1

Conan (TBS): 8/1

The Late Show with Stephen Colbert (CBS): 10/1

Jimmy Kimmel Live! (ABC): 14/1

Disclaimer: The odds posted in this article are for illustrative purposes only, as wagering on such props is not currently legal in any U.S. state. The data was based on betting markets offered by UK/European/worldwide operators regulated in jurisdictions where wagering on these props is legal.