Woody Harrelson - "True Detective" (FYC clip) : I know Woody is being pushed as a lead on "True Detective," and artistically it's the right move. He is a lead right there with Matthew McConaughey, arguably more so even considering his development, screen time, and status as holder of the emotional cards (aka his wife). From a political or business perspective, however, it's simply the wrong move by HBO. McConaughey has had the year of his life, and gave an unparalleled gonzo performance in "True Detective." He's hot right now, making him an undoubted contender for Best Actor this year. So he has to be sold as the lead. Harrelson, therefore, should be sold as the supporting player even when he's not. It's a smart move for HBO to get more trophies, but it's also the only way Harrelson is going to get the attention he so definitively deserves. I don't want to demean him at all by lessoning his impact on the show, but isn't it better to see both actors holding an Emmy statue instead of just one?