In the latest edition of Variety‘s Awards Circuit series, presented by HBO, TV editors Michael Schneider and Emily Longeretta analyzed next year’s Golden Globes nominations. Specifically turning their lens to the Comedy category, the duo dissected audience favorites from “Abbott Elementary,” “Wednesday,” “Barry,” “The Bear” and more. Here’s who could win big.

“Abbott Elementary” was recognized for being a rare show on broadcast television to still attract such critical and fan attention as streaming-era shows have flooded offerings for audiences. The series, created by Quinta Brunson, led the television pack in Globes nominations with five. Nods were given to the show itself, to Brunson for actress, Tyler James Williams for supporting actor and to Janelle James and Sheryl Lee Ralph for supporting actress.

“Wednesday” attracted two last-minute nominations as the series just released onto Netflix in late November, but its online love and domination of the cultural zeitgeist was noted as reasons why it attracted immediate awards attention. The show received nominations in best musical or comedy series along with a nod to series lead Jenna Ortega for best actress in a musical or comedy series.

Other shows discussed include FX’s “The Bear,” which was a surprise summer breakout hit in the spearheaded by Jeremy Allen White, “Only Murders in the Building,” the Steve Martin, Martin Short and Selena Gomez-led murder mystery comedy, the dark “Barry” from comedian Bill Hader, “Hacks” another insider look at the world of comedy and “The Marvelous Ms. Maisel” a throwback look at the world of standup comedians.

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