ABC’s ensemble drama contains a cauldron of dark and twisty secrets, but few have been as hard to figure out as why Emmy snubbed Elizabeth Mitchell for a nomination. At least EWwy was able to let the healing begin, as Lost‘s Juliet snagged 37 percent of the vote, almost twice as many as her next closest competitor, House‘s Lisa Edelstein. The top two were trailed by Tricia Helfer of Battlestar Galactica, Cote de Pablo of NCIS, Chloe Sevigny of Big Love, and Alison Pill of In Treatment.
Best Actor in a Drama: Josh Holloway, Lost
His wayward Sawyer emerged as a responsible leader on Lost‘s fifth season, and at the same time, Josh Holloway emerged as the MVP leading man of the show’s expansive cast. For his efforts, you handed him an EWwy, with 33 percent of the votes, more than enough to hold off Friday Night Lights‘ Kyle Chandler (22 percent). They were trailed (in descending order) by: Michael Chiklis (The Shield), Denis Leary (Rescue Me), William Petersen (CSI), and Scott Grimes (ER).