Variety’s Awards Circuit section is a hub of awards news and content, featuring official predictions for upcoming Oscars, Emmys, Grammys, and Tony Awards ceremonies curated by senior awards editor Clayton Davis. These predictions are updated weekly and reflect the current standings in the race without personal biases. The race is fluid and subject to change based on buzz and events, and the prediction pages can be found on Variety’s website.

The 2024 Emmy predictions for Outstanding Limited or Anthology Series highlight the competitive nature of this category. With the expansion of drama and comedy series categories to eight nominees, there is a call for a similar expansion in the limited series race. This year, the limited series category is filled with quality entries, making the competition tough and unpredictable. Some notable contenders include FX’s “Shōgun” and the fifth season of “Fargo,” with other strong projects from networks like Hulu, Disney+, Apple TV+, Max, Netflix, Prime Video, Paramount+, Showtime, and Peacock.

Under Disney’s umbrella, Hulu showcases “Under the Bridge” and Disney+ promotes “Echo.” Apple TV+ has acclaimed projects like “Lessons in Chemistry” and “Masters of the Air,” while Max presents “True Detective: Night Country” and “The Regime” featuring Kate Winslet. Netflix offers a range of titles including “Ripley” with Andrew Scott and “Eric” with Benedict Cumberbatch and Gaby Hoffmann. Prime Video highlights “Expats” directed by Lulu Wang, Paramount+ features “Lawmen: Bass Reeves” with David Oyelowo, Showtime presents “Fellow Travelers” with Matt Bomer and Jonathan Bailey, and Peacock introduces “Dr. Death” with Edgar Ramirez and “The Tattooist of Auschwitz” with Melanie Lynskey.

Despite the abundance of quality television content, the limited number of slots for nominations will make the selection process for TV Academy members challenging. With so many potential contenders vying for recognition, expanding the nomination slots in the limited series category seems not only reasonable but necessary to ensure that deserving works receive the recognition they deserve. The competitive nature of this year’s race and the variety of strong contenders make it an exciting time for the television industry as viewers anticipate who will come out on top in the upcoming awards ceremonies.

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