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Bookmakers make The Crown 80% likely to win Outstanding Drama Series at The Emmys

Steve Madgwick

Published: Sep 14, 8:56am Last Updated: Sep 16, 12:41pm 0 Comments 15 Views

Emma Corrin played Lady Diana in the last series of The Crown and looks set for Lead Actress success at the Emmys this weekends

Whilst the 80% probability and 1/4 betting odds given by bookmakers to The Crown winning Oustanding Drama at the Emmys is not the shortest price of the week (That belongs to the 87% chance and 1/7 odds for Ted Lasso to win best Comedy), the British Royal drama looks like a shoo-in for the category according to the bookmakers odds.

With the most nominations of any individual show, 23 in total, The Crown has won 4 trophies so far with a further 11 nominations across 7 categories to come in the Prime Time Emmy Awards this weekend and will be popular in Emmys betting.

The Crown Nominations for Emmys Betting

Category Nominee Odds/Probability
Outstanding Drama Series The Crown 1.25 - 80%
Lead Actor Josh O'Connor (Terra Nullius) 1.14 - 87%
Lead Actress Olivia Coleman (48:1) 7.5 - 13%
Emma Corrin (Fairytale) 1.25 - 80%
Supporting Actor Tobias Menzies (Gold Stick) No Odds
Supporting Actress Gillian Anderson (Favourites) 1/14 - 93%
Helena Bonham Carter (Hereditary Principle) 13/2 - 13%
Emerald Fennell (Fairytale) 33/1 - 3%
Director Benjamin Caron (Fairytale) No Odds
Director Jessica Hobbs (War) No Odds

The Crown has three award nominations that they have 80% or better chance of winning at the weekend at the Emmys according to bookmakers, in the Outstanding Series, Lead Actor and Lead Actress categories.

Steve Madgwick - Entertainment Betting Specialist -

Ladies First

No fewer than 5 actresses from the Crown have been nominated for Emmys across the lead and supporting actress categories.

Olivia Coleman playing the Queen in the 48:1 episode and Emma Corrin as Lady Di in 'Fairytale' are both up for lead actress awards. Corrin has an 80% chance of picking up the awards ahead of Coleman who has odds of 13/2 and just a 13% chance with betting sites.

Going one better, 3 of the 5 nominations for all supporting actresses go to The Crown with each of Gillian Anderson, Helena Bonham Carter and Emerald Fennell competing with each other for Emmys honour.

Prince Charles

Josh O'Connor gave a remarkable performance as Prince Charles torn between his responsibilities as heir, and husband. A role played so well as to drag the viewer in beyond return.

As a result, he is by far the shortest price on offer for any award as Lead Actor in the crown and his 87% chance given by bookies would pay only £1 winnings for every £14 staked

Josh O'Connor's portrayal of Prince Charles in the Crown looks the most assured award to be given at the Emmys as bookmakers go as short as 1/14 for him to win, translating to an outstanding 87% probability

Steve Madgwick - Entertainment Betting Specialist -

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