Emmys 2013: Who Should Win Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series? Take Our Poll!

Aug 19 2013, 1:30pm CDT | by TV Line

Emmys 2013: Who Should Win Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series? Take Our Poll!
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Call it a massive snub. Call it a cosmic course correction. Whatever your take, it’s a plain fact that Two and a Half Men‘s Jon Cryer, the 2012 Emmy winner for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series, isn’t even in the hunt this year.

Four of the men Cryer vanquished last time around — 30 Rock‘s Alec Baldwin, House of LiesDon Cheadle, The Big Bang Theory‘s Jim Parsons and Louie‘s Louis C.K. — will use the opportunity to try to add a statuette to the mantle following the Sept. 22 ceremony. (Don’t feel too anxious for Parsons or Baldwin, though, as the duo respectively triumphed in the Lead Comedy Actor race in 2010-2011 and 2008-2009.)

Rounding out the 2013 category are a pair of fellas who, while they weren’t eligible in 2012, are probably experiencing a bit of deja vu anyway: Episodes‘ Matt LeBlanc (a nominee in 2011, and three prior times for his stint on Friends) and Arrested Development‘s Jason Bateman (nominated back in 2005 during his series’ initial run on Fox).

What would you do if you had the power to honor one of these fine actors when the Emmys are handed out? Take our poll below to vote for your favorite — TVLine voting closes Sept. 15, so act now! — then hit the comments to justify your pick!

Every day for the next month, we’ll launch another “Who Should Win?” Emmy poll, so come back to TVLine.com every day to weigh in on who’s most worthy of TV’s biggest honor. And to stay up to speed on all our Emmy polls, follow me on Twitter @MichaelSlezakTV!


Source: TV Line

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