FrenEmmy Awards: Lead Actress in a Drama

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We're back with a new round of FrenEmmys nominees!

As previously detailed, TV Fanatic is taking it upon itself to recognize those never recognized by the Emmy Awards, creating our very own online ceremony in which only those who have never been nominated in certain Emmy categories are eligible.

So far, we've included fresh nominees for Best Drama Series and Lead Actor in a Drama.

Hold It, Peter!
Gemma vs. Clay
A Bright Shade of Grey

Now we turn our attention to six leading ladies. Study this list and award the first-ever FrenEmmy to Lead Actress in a Drama to...

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