Saying goodbye is troublesome – especially for Emmy voters.

Do they at long last prize something like “Schitt’s Creek” and top its last season with a progression of trophy wins? Or on the other hand do they go with their gut and keep “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” insider savvy?

A few choices like that will confront the thousands who vote on these honors. One week from now, in any case, everybody ought to be glad. At the point when the assignments are reported, there will be a lot of adoration for both arrangement and, very likely, a couple of shocks too.

Candidates for the 72nd Annual Emmy Awards (which will be introduced Sept. 20) will be declared Tuesday.

Here’s who’s probably going to stand out:

BEST DRAMA: This is a challenge that could go any number of ways. “Succession” is currently in first position, trailed by “Ozark,” “The Crown” and “Better Call Saul.”

Then, it’s a matter of throwing in “The Morning Show,” “The Handmaid’s Tale” and “Killing Eve.” Also liable to figure in: “This Is Us,” “Posture” and “Big Little Lies.” The spoiler: “The Mandalorian.”

BEST DRAMA ACTOR: Jeremy Strong and Brian Cox, both from “Succession,” appear to be likely, as do Bob Odenkirk (“Better Call Saul”) and Jason Bateman (“Ozark”). Billy Porter won a year ago for “Posture,” however he could be edged.

Likewise in the chase: Tobias Menzies (“The Crown”), Sterling K. Earthy colored (“This Is Us”). The spoiler: Freddie Highmore (“The Good Doctor”).

BEST DRAMA ACTRESS: Jennifer Aniston (“The Morning Show”) Olivia Colman (“The Crown”) and Laura Linney (“Ozark”) are strong. Sandra Oh and Jodie Comer (“Killing Eve”) ought to be acceptable, and Viola Davis (“How To Get Away With Murder”) will most likely get one last nomination. Elisabeth Moss (“Handmaid’s Tale”) is likewise genuinely solid. The spoiler: Christine Baranski (“The Good Fight”).

BEST DRAMA SUPPORTING ACTOR: Billy Crudup (“The Morning Show”), Jonathan Banks (“Better Call Saul”) and Tom Pelphrey (“Ozark”) ought to be here. At that point search for Kieran Culkin (“Succession”), Giancarlo Esposito (“Better Call Saul”) and Mandy Patinkin (“Homeland”) to balance things.

Imprint Duplass was incredible in “Morning Show”; Delroy Lindo had heave in “The Good Fight.” They could push in with Josh O’Connor (“The Crown”).

BEST DRAMA SUPPORTING ACTRESS: Last year’s victor, Julia Garner, is ensured a spot for “Ozark.” Meryl Streep is likely for “Big Little Lies,” and Rhea Seehorn should nail a designation for “Better Call Saul.”

The one to beat, however, is Helena Bonham Carter for “The Crown.” Everyone else is playing bridesmaid this year. The spoilers: Sarah Snook (“Succession”) and Cynthia Erivo (“The Outsider”).

BEST COMEDY: Here’s the place the splitting gifts become an integral factor. “Schitt’s Creek” will land a designation. “The Good Place” will, as well. “Mrs. Maisel” is a lock, and “Dead To Me” has another season to wrap things up.

Put those four in, at that point search for “Ramy,” “The Great,” “Better Things” and “Curb Your Enthusiasm” to round out the polling form. The spoiler: “What We Do in the Shadows,” a splendid parody that isn’t seen by enough individuals.

BEST COMEDY ACTOR: Eugene Levy (“Schitt’s Creek”), Ted Danson (“The Good Place”), Ramy Youssef (“Ramy”) and Larry David (“Curb Your Enthusiasm”) shouldn’t need to stress.

At that point, consider Don Cheadle (“Black Monday”), Ricky Gervais (“After Life”) and Michael Douglas (“The Kominsky Method”). The spoiler: Domhnall Gleeson (“Run”).

BEST COMEDY ACTRESS: The one to beat: Catherine O’Hara (“Schitt’s Creek”). The ones who will attempt: Rachel Brosnahan (“Mrs. Maisel”), Christina Applegate and Linda Cardellini (“Dead to Me”), Elle Fanning (“The Great”), Issa Ray (“Insecure”), Pamela Adlon (“Better Things”), Kristen Bell (“The Good Place) and Merritt Wever (“Run”). The spoiler: Jane Levy (“Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist”).

BEST COMEDY SUPPORTING ACTOR: Dan Levy (“Schitt’s Creek”), Tony Shalhoub (“Mrs. Maisel”), Mahershala Ali (“Ramy”), Alan Arkin (“Kominsky”) and Kenan Thompson (“Saturday Night Live”) ought to be sheltered.

The pariahs: Louie Anderson (“Baskets”), Nicholas Hoult (“The Great”), Sterling K. Earthy colored and Michael Zegen (“Mrs. Maisel”) and William Jackson Harper (“The Good Place”).

BEST COMEDY SUPPORTING ACTRESS: This is a virtual “Mrs. Maisel”- athon. Search for Alex Borstein, Marin Hinkle and Jane Lynch to rep that show.

At that point, throw in Kate McKinnon (“SNL”), Annie Murphy (“Schitt’s Creek”) and D’Arcy Carden (“The Good Place”). The wistful spoiler: Rita Moreno (“One Day at a Time”).

BEST TV MOVIE: “Bad Education,” “El Camino,” “American Son,” “Patsy and Loretta,” “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt” and, perhaps “Transparent,” the melodic. Longshot: “The Clark Sisters.”

BEST LIMITED SERIES: “Watchmen” would have been a slam dunk for Drama Series if its makers hadn’t stated, “That is it.” Now it’s in this classification, running into “Mrs. America,” “Hollywood,” “I Know This Much Is True” and “Little Fires Everywhere.”

Other prospects: “Unorthodox,” “Unfathomable,” “The Loudest Voice.” The spoiler: “Normal People.”

BEST ACTOR/MOVIE MINISERIES: Mark Ruffalo (“I Know This Much”), Russell Crowe (“The Loudest Voice”), Aaron Paul (“El Camino”), Hugh Jackman (“Bad Education”) and Jeremy Irons (“Watchmen”) are genuinely protected. The spoiler: Paul Mescal (“Normal People”).

BEST ACTRESS/MOVIE MINISERIES: Regina King (“Watchmen”) and Cate Blanchett (“Mrs. America”) are the two in the finals.

At that point, there’s Merritt Wever and Kaitlyn Dever (“Unbelievable”), Reese Witherspoon and Kerry Washington (“Little Fires Everywhere”), and Jesse Mueller and Megan Hilty, the two stars from “Patsy and Loretta.” The spoiler: Daisy Edgar-Jones (“Normal People”).

BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR/MOVIE MINISERIES: It’s Jim Parsons’ to lose. He was so odd in “Hollywood,” he needs to win. Expect cheers from Tim Blake Nelson and Louis Gossett Jr. (“Gatekeepers”), Tituss Burgess (“Kimmy Schmidt”), John Slattery (“Mrs. America”) and John Turturro (“The Plot to Destroy America”). The spoiler: Joe Mantello (“Hollywood”).

BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS/MOVIE MINISERIES: This is a virtual “Mrs. America” challenge. Search for Rose Byrne, Uzo Aduba, Margo Martindale and Tracey Ullman to be solid finishers.

“Hollywood” has Patti LuPone and Holland Taylor in conflict. What’s more, Toni Collette is nearly guaranteed an assignment for “Unbelievable.” That leaves spots for Allison Janney (“Bad Education”) and Jean Smart (“Watchmen”), the presumable victor. The spoiler: Melissa Leo (“I Know This Much is True”).

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