‘Fleabag’s’ Andrew Scott will end a long drought at the Golden Globes if voters kneel to Hot Priest like we think they will

‘Fleabag’s’ Andrew Scott will end a long drought at the Golden Globes if voters kneel to Hot Priest like we think they will
Fleabag” is poised for a big night at the Golden Globes, as it is expected to win all three awards for which it is up: Best Comedy/Musical Series, Best TV Comedy/Musical Actress for Phoebe Waller-Bridge and Best TV Supporting Actor for Andrew Scott. A victory for Scott would also be a big win for comedies as he’d be just the fourth actor this century to win for one.

The last person to do so was Chris Colfer, who prevailed for “Glee” in 2011. Before him, Jeremy Piven won for “Entourage” in 2008, aka the writers’ strike year, and Robert Downey Jr. bagged the prize for his comeback role on “Ally McBeal” in 2001.

Comedies don’t do too well in the Globes’ catch-all supporting categories in general since they’re up against the far more “prestigious” dramas, TV movies and limited series that voters take more seriously. Since Colfer, Peter Dinklage
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