According to the combined predictions of thousands of Gold Derby users, “Dopesick” is the Emmy nominee for Best Limited Series. But what other nominations should the drama about the opioid crisis get? Scroll down to see the full list of “Dopesick” Emmy nominations below.

Michael Keaton has previously won Critics Choice and SAG Awards for his work as a physician who is beginning to question the safety and ethics of prescribing opioids to patients for pain relief. He’s on the ballot for Best Picture/Limited Actor (which we give him the best odds of winning), as is his Critics Choice-nominated co-star Kaitlyn Dever. They will be joined by six other cast members including Peter Sarsgard and Michael Stuhlbargwho we predict will be nominated for Emmys for their Supporting Actors.

The series has also garnered attention from other industry groups, boding well for its Emmy chances. He received an ACE Eddie Award nomination for editing in the episode “First Bottle,” which was also submitted for editing here. He received two Directors Guild nominations for “First Bottle” and “The People vs. Purdue Pharma,” although only the latter episode was submitted for directing at the Emmys. And it was nominated for Best Limited Series at the Producers Guild Awards.

“Dopesick” lost for both Critics Choice and the PGA Awards for Best Limited Series, but that may not reflect its Emmy chances since the show that “Mare of Easttown” lost to was already in contention for Emmys in 2021 Has. That means the door is wide open for “Dopesick” at these Emmys. But it also means the door is wide open for a host of other Emmy-eligible programs that either lost to “Mare” or aired in the first half of 2022 and are now making their first leap into the peer group at the Emmys – get an award. What nominations do you think “Dopesick” will end up getting? And what will it gain? Check out the posts below and discuss this and more on our forums.

Best Limited Series

Best Picture/Limited Actor
Michael Keaton

Best Picture/Limited Supporting Actress
Rosaria Dawson
Kaitlyn Dever
Mare Winningham

Best Picture/Limited Supporting Actor
John Hoogenaker
Will Poulter
Peter Sarsgard
Michael Stuhlbarg

Best Director (Movie/Limited)
“The People vs. Purdue Pharma”

Best Screenplay (Movie/Limited)
“The People vs. Purdue Pharma”

Best Casting (Movie/Limited)

Best Camera (Film/Limited)
“Breakthrough Pain”

Best Costumes (Contemporary)
“First Bottle”

Best Makeup (Contemporary, Non-Prosthetic)
“The Whistleblower”

Best Musical Composition (Movie/Limited/Special)
“The People vs. Purdue Pharma”

Best music support
“First Bottle”

Best Photo Editing (Single-Camera Movie/Limited)
“Black Box Warning”
“First Bottle”
“The People vs. Purdue Pharma”

Best Production Design (Narrative Contemporary, one hour or more)
“First Bottle”

Best Sound Editing (Movie/Limited/Special)
“First Bottle”

Best Sound Mixing (Movie/Limited/Special)

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