If you need another perspective on your guessing for the 2010 Emmy Awards winners, here’s some recent 2010 Primetime Emmy Awards odds as figured by SBRforum.com.

I have no idea how they came up with them, and as always ‘your mileage may vary’, but it’s interesting to see the take on Emmy odds from a site that primarily concerns itself with sports odds. Although I can’t be certain with these numbers, sports odds are not set as an outcome predictor, but instead to balance the betting on both sides of the game. If wagering is going on, that may be where these numbers come from. Or not.

Best Series, Drama
Breaking Bad 4/1
Dexter 4/1
Lost 11/2
Mad Men 9/4
The Good Wife 10/1
True Blood 10/1

Best Series, Comedy
Nurse Jackie 12/1
Curb Your Enthusiasm 4/1
30 Rock 3/1
Glee 15/1
The Office 9/4
Modern Family 11/2

Best Actor, Drama
Bryan Cranston ‘Breaking Bad’ 4/1
Michael C. Hall ‘Dexter’ 11/2
Hugh Laurie ‘House’ 2/1
Jon Hamm ‘Mad Men’ 4/1
Matthew Fox ‘Lost’ 15/1
Kyle Chandler ‘Friday Night Lights’ 8/1

Best Actress, Drama
Connie Britton ‘Friday Night Lights’ 8/1
Glenn Close ‘Damages’ 6/1
Mariska Hargitay ‘Law & Order: Special Victims Unit’ 11/2
Kyra Sedgwick ‘The Closer’ 5/1
January Jones ‘Mad Men’ 8/1
Julianna Margulies ‘The Good Wife’ 3/1

Best Actor, Comedy
Alec Baldwin ‘30 Rock’ 5/2
Tony Shalhoub ‘Monk’ 3/1
Jim Parsons ‘The Big Bang Theory’ 5/1
Steve Carell ‘The Office’ 11/2
Larry David ‘Curb Your Enthusiasm’ 12/1
Matthew Morrison ‘Glee’ 15/2

Best Actress, Comedy
Tina Fey ‘30 Rock’ 7/2
Lea Michele ‘Glee’ 11/2
Julia Louis-Dreyfus ‘The New Adventures of Old Christine’ 3/1
Amy Poehler ‘Parks and Recreation’ 8/1
Toni Collette ‘United States of Tara’ 13/1
Edie Falco ‘Nurse Jackie’ 3/1

Best Supporting Actor, Comedy
Ty Burrell ‘Modern Family’ 7 to 1
Jon Cryer ‘Two and a Half Men’ 7 to 2
Neil Patrick Harris ‘How I Met Your Mother’ 2 to 1
Chris Colfer ‘Glee’ 11 to 1
Jesse Tyler Ferguson ‘Modern Family’ 9 to 1
Eric Stonestreet ‘Modern Family’ 8 to 1

Posted by:TV By The Numbers

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