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‘Better Call Saul’s’ Jonathan Banks could set a solo Emmy record that nobody wants

‘Better Call Saul’s’ Jonathan Banks could set a solo Emmy record that nobody wants

Jonathan Banks has one of the coolest Emmy records and one of the most dubious ones. He is the only person to be nominated for three shows — “Wiseguy,” “Breaking Bad” and “Better Call Saul” — in Best Drama Supporting Actor, and he also shares the record, with Ed Begley Jr., for the most nominations without a win in the category at 0-6. If he doesn’t take home the gold this year on a potential (un)lucky seventh bid, then he’ll have that unfortunate record all to himself.

Banks tied the “St. Elsewhere” star’s record last year after losing to “Game of Thrones'” Peter Dinklage, who bagged a record-setting fourth statuette, breaking the tie he shared with Banks’ “Breaking Bad” co-star Aaron Paul. Banks and Begley are two of five men with six nominations — the second most in the category behind Dinklage’s eight — but the other three, Will

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