Even more scandalous than Don Draper's secret double life? The fact that AMC's "Mad Men" hasn't won a single Emmy for acting in five seasons. As the cast's sixth shot at Emmy approaches, we take a closer look at each "Mad Men" star's body of work and size up their chances of ever taking home a trophy. — Dave Nemetz, Yahoo TV
Nominations: Five, including this year; four times for lead actress in a drama, once for supporting (Season 2).
Best Shot So Far: Season 4, also for "The Suitcase," which was like a two-person master class in acting taught by Hamm and Moss. But that year's Emmy went to "The Good Wife's" Julianna Margulies.
Chances She'll Ever Win an Emmy: 70%. Next to Hamm, she's the most deserving actor in the "Mad Men" cast… but she's also in the same category as "Homeland's" Claire Danes, who's got a stranglehold on that award for the foreseeable future. Moss might score a non-"Mad Men" Emmy this year, though, for her ferocious turn in the stark Sundance miniseries "Top of the Lake." less