Check back throughout the day for reactions from this year’s Emmy Award nominees!

“My sincerest thanks to the Television Academy for recognizing Mrs. America, a series and story that is not only meaningful to me but deeply resonant to the times in which we live – times we hoped to illuminate by examining our past. It has been an extraordinary honor to collaborate with such brilliant minds as John Landgraf and Gina Balian at FX and my fellow Executive Producers, Stacey Sher, Coco Francini, Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck, and Dahvi Waller. I am equally indebted to our incredible cast and crew. In a year filled with groundbreaking television storytelling and performances, it is humbling to be recognized.”
–Cate Blanchett, Outstanding Lead Actress in a Limited Series or TV Movie nominee for Mrs. America

“I’m humbled by the nominations for both me and the film and excited to be named with such a talented group of actors. My immense appreciation goes out to all those who believed in “Bad Education” – especially the hardworking team at HBO.”
–Hugh Jackman, Outstanding Lead Actor in a Limited Series or TV Movie for Bad Education

“I am thrilled and humbled to be nominated this morning with all of these incredible women whom I admire so much. Especially my dear friend and partner in crime Christina Applegate. You’re my person. I feel so fortunate to collaborate everyday with all of the incredible women who run this show. Liz Feldman, thank you for your genius and for giving life to ‘Jen and Judy.’  What a wild ride. This show is truly a team effort and I am so grateful to everyone involved. Especially our hardworking cast and crew. This is a celebration of everyone’s work today. Love and congrats to all.”
–Linda Cardellini, Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series nominee for Dead to Me

“I am thrilled to receive an Emmy nomination. Margaret was a gift of a part and was a dream job. This is icing on the most full fat delicious cake I’ve ever eaten. Also given these past few months I have become ever more grateful to my television. It has been my window to the world. And I’m so thankful to the parts that television are now offering to women. We all know middle age is when we get interesting and it’s so great that stories are being made where we are invited to lead rather than retire to being the mother or grandmother in the background…women of all ages and colour have never had it better  Thank you Telly!”
–Helena Bonham Carter, Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series nominee for The Crown

“This morning has been the most incredible surprise. We are overwhelmed and filled with gratitude for this recognition. Unfathomably proud of our little show.”
–Dan & Eugene Levy, Co-creators and stars of Outstanding Comedy Series nominee Schitt’s Creek

“We all feel so lucky to get to do Ozark. It’s been a labor of love for all of us, across every part of production. So, to realize that some of that feeling shows through and to have it recognized by the members of the TV Academy in so many different categories makes us all extra appreciative.”
–Chris Mundy, Executive Producer, Writer, and Showrunner of Outstanding Drama Series nominee Ozark

“It is really thrilling to see all the love for Ozark – 18 nominations!! This season was such an amazing journey with twists and turns and surprises around every corner. I’m especially happy for Showrunner Chris Mundy and my fellow editor Viks Patel, in addition to our amazing cast, DPs, composers and directors! As always, it was incredibly rewarding to work with Jason Bateman, the director of the episode I’m nominated for, “War Time.” He continues to inspire us all to do our best!”
–Cindy Mollo, Outstanding Single-Camera Picture Editing for a Drama Series nominee for Ozark

“What an amazing day, I am so excited for my whole Succession family! Playing Greg is so damn fun, and I’m deeply thankful and honored to be recognized for it. I’m going to drink a rosé that is “not my favorite” to celebrate!”
–Nicholas Braun, Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series nominee for Succession

“To the Television Academy- how dare you. I really can’t stress enough how much of a threat this nomination is to my current quarantine brand of pasta and sad. In the Time Before, being born with a healthy protective emotional wall missing meant I got to channel that into pretend time in exchange for health insurance and claps. Until today, apparently here in the apocalypse, these skills were about as meaningful as a worm’s hymn in a canyon. I’d like to thank the cast and crew, and the Academy, and seasonal depression, and honestly Nathan Lane, and before this nomination phoenixes me out of mediocrity and I explode into ribbons just real quick the cops who killed Breonna Taylor still have not been arrested.”
–Betty Gilpin, Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series nominee for GLOW

“It’s blessing and a gift to be part of this moment where my art and my activism meet. POSE represents hope and is a reminder of how powerful ‘we-the-people’ are!”
–Billy Porter, Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series nominee for Pose

“This one strikes differently. It’s been a rough year for all of us. This honor is about more than acknowledgement. It’s about motivation to be my most authentic self so I can create authentic work. This news has lifted me in ways I did not anticipate! Much love and gratitude to the Academy and my Kimmy family.”
–Tituss Burgess, Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Limited Series or TV Movie for Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt: Kimmy vs. The Reverend

“What a wonderful surprise!  I had a great time on this episode, and this nomination is the icing on what was an already delicious cake.  Thanks you, Academy, too, for nominating me in a category with some of the greatest comediennes alive.  What company!”
–Bette Midler, Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series nominee for The Politician

“THIS IS THE BEST NEWS I’VE HAD SINCE GETTING LOCKED UP IN THE HOUSE FIVE MONTHS AGO.”
–Alan Arkin, Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series nominee for The Kominsky Method

“I want to thank the Television Academy for this morning’s nomination.  It was an incredibly special feeling to return to the SNL stage after so many years, and I’m gratified that the show was so well received.  Knowing the collaboration that goes into putting SNL on the air every week the way that I do, it goes without saying that I share this nomination with Lorne and all of the SNL cast, writers and crew who helped bring the show together.  It was a great homecoming for me.”
–Eddie Murphy, Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series nominee for Saturday Night Live

“I am grateful to be nominated for my work in Mrs. America, and for the life of someone as remarkable as Shirley Chisholm to have been seen. This spot of sunshine, during a time of unequal measure, means so much today, and to share the nomination with my fellow cast mates is just icing on an already well frosted cake. Thank you, Academy!”
–Uzo Aduba, Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Limited Series nominee for Mrs. America

“I’m so excited for the Mrs. America nominations. I’m incredibly proud of our entire cast and crew and I’m glad they’re being recognized. It’s always been a dream of mine to get nominated for an awards show, but not have to leave my house.”
–Dahvi Waller, Creator, Showrunner, and Executive Producer of Outstanding Limited Series nominee Mrs. America

“Thank you, Television Academy, for honoring my work in Mrs. America. What a thrill!  It is a joy to be in the company of these incredible women. And it was an  honor and education to play Bella Abzug – what a smart, powerful woman. I’m indebted to our great writers, directors and fantastic cast – and all those sensational hats! I’m so happy! Yippee!”
–Margo Martindale, Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Limited Series nominee for Mrs. America

“Bring a part of Mrs. America was a fantastic experience. I so wanted to work with this incredible group of people, that I went out and fought for this role. As Betty Friedan said, ‘No woman gets an orgasm from shining the kitchen floor.’ The Academy’s recognition of my portrayal is thrilling, bordering on orgasmic. Thank you.”
–Tracey Ullman, Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Limited Series nominee for Mrs. America

“I am so grateful to the Television Academy for recognizing Mrs. America. Our team has been blessed to have the support and partnership of John Landgraf and Gina Balian at FX – the best team in television – who understood that the intersectional feminist dream of representation that the ERA demands, is as vital today as it was in the 70’s.  I am lucky to be in the company of incredible producing partners like Cate Blanchett, Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck, Coco Francini and Dahvi Waller as well as our extraordinary cast, directors and creative technicians, who all worked tirelessly to turn our dream into a reality.”
–Stacey Sher, Executive Producers of Outstanding Limited Series nominee Mrs. America

“What an awesome way to start the day! I am incredibly honored and elated by these nominations and am thankful to the Academy for recognizing “What We Do in the Shadows.” A massive thank you to the always freaky, always deranged family that is the cast and crew — there are no greater partners than them. Grateful to Jemaine Clement and Taika Waititi for creating such an extraordinary world and to FX for always believing in our show.”
–Stefani Robinson, Executive producer and writer of Outstanding Comedy Series nominee What We Do in the Shadows

“Thank you to the members of the TV Academy for inviting us to the party! I’m guessing it’ll be on Zoom, so I can just wear the top half of my tux. I also want to congratulate Michael Douglas and Alan Arkin for their well-deserved nominations. Gentlemen, it has been such an honor to work with you both. And also a big, “without-you-I-am-so-screwed” thank you to Al Higgins, Netflix, Warner Bros, and everyone who worked their ass off on The Kominsky Method! And lest we forget – congrats to Patti Lee for her cinematography nom for Bob Hearts Abishola! LONG LIVE NETWORK TELEVISION!”
–Chuck Lorre, Creator of Outstanding Comedy Series nominee The Kominsky Method

“Well, this is a really sweet surprise in the middle of a really weird time in the world – thank you to the Television Academy! I’m very moved to be listed alongside such talented actors, and am eternally grateful that Ryan Murphy gave me the chance to be a part of HOLLYWOOD and to work with such an immensely gifted group of people – the whole experience was about as good as it gets and I know how fortunate I was to have taken this journey.”
–Jim Parsons, Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Limited Series nominee for Hollywood

“Thank you to the Television Academy, my entire HOLLYWOOD family, and to Ryan Murphy for giving me my television debut. My heart is full. I’m proud to see so many Black artists nominated this year. It gives me hope that systemic change in our entertainment industry is not only possible, it’s imminent. As an artist, it takes a lot of faith to trust that there is space for the stories I want to tell and that the dreams in my heart are tangible. Today was a reminder that seeing is believing and everything is possible.”
–Jeremy Pope, Outstanding Lead Actor in a Limited Series or TV Movie nominee for Hollywood

“I am completely blown away as I wasn’t aware nominations were being announced today. This double nomination for “Better Call Saul” and “The Mandalorian” comes as the most delightful, overwhelming surprise. I am honored to be recognized by the Television Academy, and want to give thanks to my Better Call Saul and The Mandalorian families whose tireless work I am continually in awe of.  I am in gratitude for this incredible honoring.”
–Giancarlo Esposito, Outstanding Supporting Actor nominee for Better Call Saul and Outstanding Guest Actor in a Drama Series for The Mandalorian

“I’m so grateful to the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, to everyone on ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ team here and in Toronto, and especially to the heart and soul of the operation, Lizzie Moss.  I can’t wait for the day when we can all get back to the joyous, difficult work of telling stories together. In the meantime, in the name of all that is holy, please make sure you are registered to vote on November 3rd. Check your status today at vote.org.  Stay safe.”
–Bradley Whitford, Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series for The Handmaid’s Tale

“This is my first individual Emmy nomination and I am humbled and grateful to the Television Academy for this incredible honor and for recognizing the importance of this story.  Today, more than ever, we all have a responsibility to enlighten, educate and entertain an audience and it was a privilege for me personally to portray Madam CJ Walker, someone who resonated so deeply with me on every level. Thank you to Netflix, Springhill, Warner Bros. Television and Wonder Street Entertainment for being such great partners on this passion project.”
–Octavia Spencer, Outstanding Lead Actress in a Limited Series or TV Movie nominee for Self-Made: Inspired by the Life of Madam C. J. Walker

“To be recognized in this way this morning is such an honor – but to be able to share it with my partner Pilar Savone and our Simpson Street family makes it even more meaningful. The experiences we’ve been able to have this year were beyond our wildest dreams: working with the legendary Norman Lear and Jimmy Kimmel to bring iconic shows from the 70s to new audiences with Live In Front of a Studio Audience, to adapting AMERICAN SON, a Broadway play about Black lives and police violence to Netflix, to bringing Celeste Ng’s beautiful novel Little Fires Everywhere to life with my incredible friends Reese Witherspoon, Lauren Neustadter and Liz Tigelar. But the tears came this morning when I heard about Lynn Shelton’s nomination for Little Fires Everywhere. I’m so incredibly grateful that the Television Academy has chosen to honor Lynn with this very deserved nomination. I know she’s celebrating in the beyond.”
–Kerry Washington, Outstanding Lead Actress in a Limited Series or TV Movie for Little Fires Everywhere as well as producer of Little Fires Everywhere, American Son, and Live in Front of a Studio Audience

“I am honored to be nominated for an Emmy for the 6th year in a row alongside my talented co-star Tracee Ellis Ross and the costume department and hair team.  We are proud of the stories we have been able to tell on “black-ish” and given the current climate in which we all live, our voices need to be amplified. I’d like to thank ABC for renewing our show for a full season and for keeping us on the fall line up. I also want to congratulate “Live In Front Of A Studio Audience: “All In the Family” and “Good Times”” for their nominations. It was a thrill to work again with that cast and crew in particular the great Norman Lear and my friend Jimmy Kimmel!”
–Anthony Anderson, Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series nominee for black-ish

“What a humbling feeling to be recognized by the academy once again for my work on This Is Us. It’s been a privilege to work with this talented cast and crew. This show is one that keeps on giving and I’m forever grateful to be a part of it. Big congrats to my on-screen son, Sterling K. Brown and Phylicia Rashad on their nominations.”
–Ron Cephas Jones, Outstanding Guest Actor in a Drama Series nominee for This Is Us

“I’ve been acting for thirty years now. I love telling all kinds of stories about all kinds of people. It still excites me to get up at three, four or five am to go hunt out obscure parking lots where we set up a whole new world each day. But working on something like Unbelievable makes it all the sweeter. I am so proud to be part of a ridiculously talented team telling a story that really matters. It has been a thrill for all of us knowing that this story has resonated far and wide with both women and men all around the globe.  And so, I’m truly over the moon to be nominated. We must celebrate all that we can in this unstable time of real struggle.”
–Toni Collette, Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Limited Series for Unbelievable

“I’m grateful for the continued love for all corners of our Maisel family. I wish so much that we could be together to celebrate today but this (and some zoom cocktails) will certainly hold us over until we can get the band back together. The company we get to keep across these categories is insane. Thank you to the TV Academy!”
–Rachel Brosnahan, Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series nominee for The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel

“Thank goodness for the mute feature on zoom because we may have blown out some ears cheering for team Maisel this morning. Writing songs for Maisel and collaborating with the A-Team of craftspeople who make this gorgeous, funny and smart show was already the gift of a lifetime—so to be recognized by our music peers alongside some of our musical idols is truly overwhelming. Thanks to the entire marvelous Maisel music team as well as the stellar singers, actors and musicians who brought our songs to life. Most of all huge thanks must go to the mad geniuses behind it all, Amy & Dan, for always raising the bar of excellence and believing that two music theater geeks could create a songbook for Shy and the Silver Belles that swings believably alongside classic music we love. We are now going to raise a glass together to this crazy year, via zoom, and try not to spill it on our laptops.”
–Thomas Mizer & Curtis Moore, Outstanding Music & Lyrics nominees for The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel

“I was in the middle of a weekly zoom cooking class with people from all over the globe, including my father who doesn’t actually cook anything, he just gets a kick out of watching his daughter and granddaughter make a mess in the kitchen. We were making a cheesecake, which requires the exact weight of a toddler in cream cheese , in case you were wondering. Right as we were crushing cookies to make the crust, my father let out a yelp. Thought maybe he’d accidentally sat upon his sack, but no, it was a Google Alert! Glowing, he proudly announced that I’d been nominated for an Emmy. While I am delighted and thrilled to be nominated (and in such good company) I must admit that the greatest part about it is seeing my 85-year old father, weary from Covid-captivity, smiling and happy and hopeful. Thank you to everyone who nominated me, it’s the only gift I could give my parents that they won’t return.”
–Alex Borstein, Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series nominee for The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel

“Thank you so much to the Television Academy! What an honor to be in the company of such extraordinarily talented nominees.  I’m so grateful for this marvelous family – led by Amy and Dan.  Working on this show has been a dream come true.”
–Marin Hinkle, Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series nominee for The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel

“This makes for a ridiculously lucky and happy Tuesday.  I love working on The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel.  Coming to set is always heartwarming, hilarious and transportive.  The impeccable work that everyone brings to the show is stunning and inspiring.  I’m indebted to Amy Sherman-Palladino and Dan Palladino for continuing to make room for me on their busy dance cards and Rachel Brosnahan for leading the dance, to Amazon for their continued commitment to the show, and all the academy voters who have given me reason again to suit up in a tuxedo.  It may be from afar but whatever form it takes, I will be there with bells on.  Lenny Bruce is not afraid.”
–Luke Kirby, Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series nominee for The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel

“The opportunity to follow ones creative instincts and the ability to collaborate with exceptional artists are for a designer truly special gifts. Mrs. Maisel has given me these gifts, making the nomination particularly significant because it recognizes that others have appreciated our work and become a part of our world. It is a joyous moment for the team and encouragement to keep the passion we value on the project alive.”
–Donna Zakowska, Outstanding Period Costumes nominee for The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel

“It is so exciting today to get nominated for an Emmy along with all my creative collaborators on our show! Thank you Amy, Dan, Dhana, and Amazon!!!”
–David Mullen, Outstanding Cinematography for a Single-Camera Series (One-Hour) nominee for The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel

“The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel has been a joy from the very beginning. We have a wonderful team and we are honored to be in the company of these great nominees.”
–Bill Groom, Outstanding Production Design For a Narrative Period or Fantasy Program (One Hour or More) nominee for The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel

“Boy is this exciting! Every season of MRS MAISEL tops the previous one, with Dan and Amy pushing us to do so much more with the sound and it’s just terrific when that work is heard and leads to an Emmy Nomination!”
–Ron Bochar, Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Comedy or Drama Series (One Hour) nominee for The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel

“Wow, just wow. I am so proud and excited to have just been nominated again for mixing this amazing and challenging show along with all the rest of our phenomenal cast and crew. There just aren’t enough superlatives. And I’m honored to be in the same category as all of the other illustrious Sound Mixing nominees.”
–Matt Price, Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Comedy or Drama Series (One Hour) nominee for The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel

“There’s not a lot of good news these days, so I was honored to receive the nomination from my fellow academy members. An opportunity to acknowledge the wonderful writing of Chuck Lorre and Al Higgins; a spectacular cast led by Alan Arkin, who makes me look good, and the strong support of Netflix. Thank you all!”

–Michael Douglas, Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series nominee for The Kominsky Method

“During these very uncertain times it is moving to be reminded of the impact of telling stories about such brave and fearless women. And to be in the company of such talented women is a great honor. Thank you to Hulu, MGM and the cast and crew.”
–Samira Wiley, Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series nominee for The Handmaid’s Tale

“It’s hard to put into words how much this means to me. Being recognized at this level in the company of so many Giants is an indescribable honor. It is something I have hoped for, impossibly, my whole life. The bar is so high on television right now – there is so much genuine and brilliant work, so much fellow talent that I am in awe of – that I feel humbled and proud to be able to contribute a single sound to this great symphony of my peers. Congratulations to the whole Succession family. But mainly,  #teamkendall.”
–Jeremy Strong, Outstanding Lead Actor in a Dram Series nominee for Succession

“That Lynn is honored by the Television Academy is not only a tribute to her accomplishments as a director but her style of directing.  Always in control but kind-hearted.  Making the final decisions but always soliciting input from her colleagues. Colleagues, yes, that is how she regarded everyone on the set, from grips and gaffers and set and costume designers to the director of photography and the actors.  This is an honor for the ultimate collaborationist who knew that she would produce her best if she teased the best out of her teammates.”
–Wendy Roedell and David “Mac” Shelton, parents of Outstanding Directing of a Limited Series nominee Lynne Shelton for Little Fires Everywhere

“I am incredibly proud and grateful to collaborate on this show with all the talent and support you could imagine and to be nominated by the academy alongside so many actors that I esteem is a real privilege.”
–Billy Crudup, Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series for The Morning Show

“If a role is a blue print for what we do, I have to say it’s Ellen Kincaid who possessed the big goodwill for all, the big heart and the Moxie, as Ryan Murphy would put it, to capture the special feeling that would earn this nomination. So I’m grateful SHE is who I got to play. In this once in a century moment, goodwill is our real wealth. And in this year’s bountiful crop of great performances, it’s a real feather in my cap to be included in this notice from the Academy, who have often been good to me. Hollywood’s designers, writers, directors and my fellow actors were all in an excited top gear this season and it shows. Certainly a glowing highlight of my career that came as a gift.”

–Holland Taylor, Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Limited Series or TV Movie nominee for Hollywood

“I am so excited – this feels completely surreal. I’m so happy for ‘Little Fires Everywhere’ to be recognized and to be in company with these other incredible, ground-breaking limited series. It was such an honor to adapt Celeste’s beautiful book – and the show’s nominations are a tribute to the hard work of every single person who poured their heart and soul into it. To make a show about race and class and motherhood at this particular time was a deep honor and the best, most illuminating experience of my professional life. It’s also been such a time of grief. We have been in mourning as a show – for the loss of our beloved director, Lynn Shelton, who is missed every day, and also for the deep grief that our country is experiencing, in the wake of the wave of senseless murders of Black men and women. We are in a reckoning as a country and this show challenged us in making it and, I hope, the audience in watching it, to look at the parts of ourselves that we’re afraid to look at. The message is: we can’t not look. Thank you for seeing us – it truly means so much. I know how thrilled Lynn would be to have received this honor and as we celebrate as a show, we’re holding her and her family close in our hearts.”
–Liz Tigelaar, Creator and Showrunner of Hulu’s Little Fires Everywhere

“I was absolutely stunned! What an honor it is to be nominated again! I couldn’t be more thrilled! Thank you to the Television Academy for recognizing me and to Ryan Murphy and my Hollywood family.”
–Dylan McDermott, Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Limited Series nominee for Hollywood

“It’s an honor to share the legend of Clarence Avant, a man who has never stopped fighting for social justice in entertainment, athletics and politics. His impact on culture connects us all. Thank you to the TV Academy and thank you to the incredible Nicole Avant, Reginald Hudlin and Netflix for sharing the story of The Black Godfather.”
–Pharrell Williams, Outstanding Music & Lyrics nominee for The Black Godfather

“Thank you!!! I am very honored to be in the company of such gifted women, who have helped us all get through this screen centered moment in time!”
–Meryl Streep, Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series nominee for Big Little Lies

“I’m so happy and grateful to have been nominated for my work on ‘Normal People’ and delighted for Paul, Sally, Alice and Louise for having their amazing work recognised. Making the show with broadcasters as supportive as BBC and HULU was a joy from start to finish. Sally’s novel is so rich and powerful and I’m beyond proud of the work that the whole cast and crew put in so that we could do it justice – all under the umbrella of my film making home, Element Pictures, led superbly by Ed Guiney and Andrew Lowe. All four nominations we received are a tribute to everyone who put their hearts and souls into this show. I want to pay particular tribute to Daisy Edgar Jones who gave such an extraordinary performance as Marianne – my nomination is as much for her as it is for me. I also want to thank the brilliant producers, Catherine Magee and Emma Norton who were at the heart of everything, as well as Chelsea Morgan Hoffmann whose contribution was vital, and Suzie Lavelle, dazzling director of photography, Stephen Rennicks who has provided beautiful scores for everything I’ve made, and Nathan Nugent, editor supreme and my right hand man. Above all, my love and gratitude go to Ed Guiney whose wisdom, skill and spirit animated the whole enterprise.”
–Lenny Abrahamson, Outstanding Direction of a Limited Series nominee for Normal People

“I am so utterly honoured to have been included in the nominations list today alongside such immense actors I have admired from afar. Normal People was created by a huge cast and crew who deserve so much recognition for their incredible work. Most importantly I want to thank my amazing friend and brilliant co-star Daisy Edgar-Jones as the show would not have got the extraordinary response without her electric performance.”
–Paul Mescal, Outstanding Lead Actor in a Limited Series nominee for Normal People

“We are beyond grateful to the Television Academy for this nomination, it’s a testament to the lasting relevance of Margaret Atwood’s book 30 years after it was published, and an honor to be recognized for our extrapolation of her world. I’m incredibly proud of our cast, crew, writers, directors and producers for their hard work and thrilled for our team to receive this recognition.”
–Bruce Miller, Creator and Showrunner of Hulu’s The Handmaid’s Tale

“It’s a great honor to be nominated along with my fellow cast members Stephan and Jasmine. Given the current focus on police reform in our country, I find #FreeRayshawn to be very timely and thought provoking. It is both an entertaining and important series and my gratitude goes out to Antoine Fuqua, Seith Mann and the team at Quibi and Sony TV for supporting it from start to finish.”
–Laurence Fishburne, Outstanding Actor in a Short Form Comedy for #FreeRayshawn

“I had such a great time playing this extraordinary part in Black Mirror. Thank you so much to the Television Academy for honouring me in this way, and to Damson, Topher, Charlie, Annabel, James and the gang for being such brilliant collaborators.”
–Andrew Scott, Outstanding Guest Actor in a Drama Series nominee for Black Mirror

“All of us involved in making UNORTHODOX are thrilled and honored by this nomination. Thanks to our brilliant cast and crew, our passionate fans around the world, and to Netflix for supporting us on this journey.”
–Anna Winger, Executive Producer of Outstanding Limited Series nominee Unorthodox

“I am absolutely thrilled and honored to be nominated.”
–Maria Schrader, Outstanding Directing For A Limited Series, Movie Or Dramatic Special nominee for  Unorthodox

“Thank you so much for this nomination, I am over the moon. Researching the Satmar community, alongside the bright and colorful Berlin was a designers dream come true. Anna Winger is just a brilliant story teller, Shira Haas is an enormous talent and such fun to work with. The entire cast were committed and passionate, every day was a joy to create this world. Jens Bartram a true artist creating the best Pious, wigs and beards. And the generosity of Deborah Feldman for sharing her personal journey was a gift to us all.”
–Justine Seymour, Outstanding Contemporary Costumes nominee for Unorthodox

​“I’m so elated for the entire MASKED SINGER family! We’re so proud to make a show that brings joy to so many people, and this morning’s nomination is just icing on our bright, colorful, furry & feathery singing cake!   Thank you to the TV Academy and to our fans, this is such an incredible boost as we put the final touches on this season’s new costumes!   Thank you, thank you – as we say on The Masked Singer, protect your identity and your health so please keep your mask on!”
–Craig Plestis, Executive Producer of FOX’s The Masked Singer

“When we landed in Corsicana, Texas a year ago to begin filming Cheer, it would’ve never occurred to any of us that we’d be nominated for an Emmy—let alone six. We feel like we just made mat. We are incredibly grateful to the TV Academy for recognizing this series, and to the Navarro College Cheer team for letting us into their world and allowing us to share their stories.”
–Greg Whiteley, Director and Executive Producer of Cheer

–Gabi Butler, subject of Netflix’s Cheer

 

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CHEER received SIX Emmy nominations this morning!!! Three years ago I was approached to film a series about my Navarro College cheer program. Never in my wildest dreams could I have imagined the amazing ride that was to come. As a private person that doesn’t like the spotlight, it was a huge leap of faith to open up my life to the world. The film crew literally became our family and will always have a special place in my life. Thank you, Greg Whiteley, for having a vision and telling our story in a such a powerful way. Chelsea- what can I say- you know how to push me out of my comfort zone more than anyone else. Cinnamon, Ashley, Nick, Devin, Arielle, Melissa, Erynn, Rebecca, Zach, Keri, Weston, Alissa, Victor and all the other wonderful people that worked on Cheer- y’all are amazing! Finally, a huge thanks to Netflix for making these Emmy nominations possible. @televisionacad @netflix #emmys2020

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–Monica Aldama, Subject of Netflix’s Cheer

“I’m so excited they’re apparently still doing the Emmys this year! That’s wild!! Are we sure about this???”
–Raphael Bob-Waksberg, Creator and writer of BoJack Hoseman

“On behalf of the entire “Unbelievable” team, we’re honored that the Academy has recognized our show with 4 Emmy nominations. We were lucky to work with great artists and craftspeople in every department and are so proud that their work is getting this attention. “Unbelievable” takes a hard look at sexual assault and its aftermath – a challenging subject that’s too often ignored, trivialized or exploited in media. With these nominations, the Academy sees and honors the experience of rape survivors who have felt ignored and disbelieved for way too long. We’re extremely grateful to journalists Ken Armstrong and T. Christian Miller who reported and wrote the original article on which the show is based. We’re also forever indebted to the real people who lived the events of this story – Detectives Stacy Galbraith and Edna Hendershot, and, first and foremost, Marie – for trusting us with their story and giving us permission to share it with the world.”
–Susannah Grant, Executive Producer, Director and Showrunner and Sarah Timberman, Executive Producer of Outstanding Limited Series nominee Unbelievable

Grant on the Limited Series race being so focused on women:
“It’s great. I think people are paying attention to the people who haven’t had a voice across so many demographics. These shows and their successes prove that people are eager to hear from everyone. We are only made a better society by inviting everyone into the conversation and magnifying every voice.”

On what working on Unbelievable taught her about trauma:
“My biggest takeaway was that the epidemic of sexual assault has been largely ignored by our society is something that we all need to take responsibility for. It’s not the case of a few bad apples. It’s a cultural blasphemy about what a woman’s body is in the world. It’s a crime that is repeated in all kinds of way and the toll it exacts on a culture is profound. The people who bear the weight of that are the ones who are least able to shoulder it.”

“I am so grateful to the members of the Television Academy for recognizing ‘The Morning Show’ with eight nominations in its first season. Thank you to Apple TV+, Hello Sunshine and Echo Films for their incredible partnership, and to the entire cast and crew who worked so hard on this remarkable show.”
–Michael Ellenberg, Executive Producer and Head Of Media Res Studio for The Morning Show

“I am so proud of everyone who contributed to make these Emmy nominations possible and am thankful to be working with such a talented group of people. Disney+ took a big risk with us on The Mandalorian and I can’t thank them enough. The creative brilliance of Jon Favreau and Dave Filoni coupled with the incredible innovations of ILM and Skywalker Sound truly made our first Star Wars live-action series groundbreaking. Much gratitude to Bob Iger for launching a platform which inspired an enormous rush of creativity among Lucasfilm storytellers, artists, and engineers. I can’t wait to see ‘the Child’ in his tux!”
–Kathleen Kennedy, Executive Producer of The Mandalorian and President of LucasFilm

“It’s such an honor to be recognized amongst so many wonderful shows.  We had a great time making it and being nominated is an unexpected bonus.  Congratulations to the incredibly talented cast & crew on The Mandalorian for their hard work, and to our partners at Disney+ and Lucasfilm. Thank you to the Television Academy from all of us for embracing the show.”
–Jon Favreau, Executive Producer, Writer, and Showrunner of Outstanding Drama Series nominee The Mandalorian

“It’s so exciting to see the nominations knowing how hard the entire team worked to bring “The Mandalorian” and the Child to life.  I’m just so happy for everyone involved. There are so many great stories to tell in the galaxy far, far away. The nominations for “The Mandalorian” and “Star Wars Resistance” prove what the fans already know. Star Wars is forever. Congratulations to everyone, may the Force be with you.”
–Dave Filoni, Writer and director of Outstanding Drama Series nominee, The Mandalorian

Technically, it was great to push boundaries to the edge on THE MANDALORIAN , while never losing sight of its singularly strong story.  The collaboration between myself and Baz, as well as Jon, Dave and ILM –alongside the episode directors — allowed us to completely re-invent the way drama is photographed. For these reasons, I’m very proud to have shared the work with audiences and to be recognized by the esteemed TV Academy.”
–Greig Fraser and Baz Idoine, Directors of Photography for The Mandalorian

“The team is beyond thrilled to be nominated. We’ve worked together for a long time and it is an honor to receive this recognition. We are proud of this show and are so grateful to the Television Academy.”
–Andrew L. Jones, Outstanding Production Design for a Narrative Program (Half-Hour) nominee for The Mandalorian

“I am overwhelmed and humbled by this nomination and it would not be possible without Mandalorian stunt double Lateef Crowder and the rest of the stunt team. We have been working together for over 15 years and I consider them family! A special thanks to Jon Favreau and Dave Filoni who gave me a chance as an up and coming stunt coordinator. I don’t have the words to thank them enough for this opportunity. We were very fortunate to work with episodic directors on “The Mandalorian” who were always open to our suggestions and helped our team elevate the action to feature film level quality. I thank you and truly appreciate your partnership! Lastly, a sincere thank you to all the fans who have embraced the show. It’s an honor to work on “Star Wars” and we are so happy that people are enjoying these stories as much as we do.”
–Ryan Watson, Outstanding Stunt Coordination for a Drama Series, Limited Series, or Movie for The Mandalorian

“The opportunity to share the story of Michelle Obama, the first Black First Lady, is bigger than anything I could have dreamed. Releasing Becoming during this particular moment in history added an unexpected and an even deeper meaning to it all. Thank you to the Television Academy for this recognition, and thank you to our collaborators at Higher Ground Productions and Netflix. Our team is honored to receive this very special nomination!”
–Nadia Hallgren, Director and cinematographer of Becoming

“Whoa!  Television Academy you rock!  Thank you so much for the Emmy nomination today. Thank you to Chris Lloyd and Steve Levitan for inviting me to so many great episodes during the tenure of the show.  I am honored and humbled to have worked with everyone at 20th Century Fox Television, ABC, and particularly Jeff Morton whose faith in me has never wavered.  Thank you for saving the last one for me Jeff.  To the amazing writers whose texts and emails made me laugh out loud today, you are the brightest and the best in the business.  Finally, to the amazing cast and crew who have always been so gracious to me, thank you.  I will always remember how emotionally difficult it was shooting the very last scene.  Thank you for your patience, I think we got it.”
–Gail Mancuso, Outstanding Directing of a Comedy Series nominee for Modern Family

“We are so proud of Nadia and Becoming, a film about Michelle Obama’s belief in the power of sharing our stories and connecting with each other. Thank you to the Television Academy for this honor and to Netflix for believing in Higher Ground’s vision to make work grounded in empathy, connection and community.”
–Tonia Davis and Priya Swaminathan, Co-heads of High Ground Productions for Becoming

“I am truly honored to be nominated for an Emmy award for my musical contributions to Michelle Obama’s documentary “Becoming.”  It was such a huge blessing to work with director Nadia Hallgren and the whole “Becoming” team.  To have the Emmy organization’s acknowledgement of the beautiful work we created is truly special and I am so thankful.”
–Kamasi Washington, Outstanding Music Composition For A Documentary Series Or Special nominee for Becoming

“All I can say is WOW. What a fantastic surprise! I am working with the most amazing team who worked tirelessly to get this amazing show to camera. Incredible, thank you from all of us!”
–Natalie Bronfman, Outstanding Fantasy/Sci-Fi Costumes Nominee for The Handmaid’s Tale

“This is really wonderful news, and I want to thank everyone on the team that works so hard to produce The Crown. Humbling news too, of course, in the context of the extraordinary times in which we are living.”
–Peter Morgan, Creator and writer of The Crown

–The Fab Five, Outstanding Host for a Reality or Competition Program for Queer Eye

““We are beyond excited, humbled and proud to receive these seven Emmy nominations for Queer Eye, and couldn’t be happier that the Fab Five have been recognized in the Outstanding Host category! We set out to bridge divides with empathy and joy and the recognition of that work by fans across the globe and the Academy is truly rewarding. Thank you! ”
–David Collins and Jennifer Lane, Creators and executive producers for Queer Eye

“Delighted to receive a nomination for my dutiful service to The Crown. Carrying on its legacy was a tough ask, but a rewarding one. Also honoured to be included alongside such talent as Britell, Goransson & Labrinth. What an awesome line up this year! Congrats to the other nominees for The Crown including the amazing Peter Morgan.”
–Martin Phipps, Outstanding Composition for a Series nominee for The Crown

“I am so honored to be nominated for the Emmys for my work on The Crown S3. It’s also thrilling for my wonderful team to have the recognition they richly deserve. Collaborating with the talented and exceptional group of people working on this wonderful show is one of the most rewarding experiences of my career.”
–Amy Roberts, Outstanding Period Costumes nominee for The Crown

“I’m absolutely honoured and thrilled to be nominated for the EMMYS for my work on THE CROWN. This wouldn’t have been possible without the incredible team we have on the show. Collaborating with Peter Morgan and Ben Caron and so many talented artists has been an amazing experience.”
–Adriano Goldman, Outstanding Cinematography For A Single-Camera Series (One Hour) for The Crown

“Hugely thrilled to have been nominated for our work on The Crown. Even after three seasons there’s always some massive new challenge to design thanks to such inspiring scripts. Aberfan was the toughest, the most essential, the most demanding and the most rewarding episode.”
–Martin Childs, Outstanding Production Design For A Narrative Period Or Fantasy Program (One Hour Or More) nominee for The Crown

“I just heard the good news about the Emmy nomination for Better Call Saul music supervision as I am waking up from my return from a 2-week Covid-19-dodging RV road trip through national parks and campgrounds in New Mexico, Colorado, Utah and Arizona.  What a lovely bit of news to celebrate over my first home-made espresso!”
–Thomas Golubic, Outstanding Music Supervision nominee for Better Call Saul

“Thank you so much to the Television Academy for the overwhelming recognition of WATCHMEN. It has been such a gift to partner with this incredible cast and crew, especially the extraordinary Damon Lindelof, to bring to screen this wild and wildly important story. And thank you to HBO for their unwavering support and belief in this show. I’m so proud that WATCHMEN has lived up to the words that Frank Scherma expressed today – our duty as filmmakers is to use this medium to make change. This show has truly been one of the greatest experiences of my life, allowing us all to soar creatively and grow in ways no words can describe. Regina, Jeremy, Lou, Jean, Yahya, Jovan, and the rest of our amazing cast – BRAVO – your performances are extraordinary. I’m simply gobsmacked by the roar of these accolades. Thank you!”
–Nicole Kassell, Outstanding Directing of a Limited Series nominee for Watchmen

“I am thrilled, shocked and elated to have received two Emmy nominations this morning for the music for Why We Hate. I hope that as a result of these nominations, this incredibly prescient series will become even more a part of the public consciousness. We need to root out hatred in this fragile world of ours. Thank you Geeta Gandbhir, Sam Pollard, Alex Gibney and Steven Spielberg for this amazing collaboration. And thank you to all of the incredible musicians who lent their voices to the music.”
–Laura Karpman, Outstanding Main Title Theme nominee and Outstanding Music for a Documentary nominee for Why We Hate

“It is an honor to be recognized by the Television Academy for my work on The Mandalorian.  Deepest thanks to Jon Favreau and Dave Filoni, true visionaries who so brilliantly brought the Force to the uncharted territory of this new medium while encapsulating the magic and nostalgia of the original trilogy. I would also like to thank the talented Los Angeles recording musicians who brought such heart and soul to our collaboration.”

–Ludwig Göransson, Outstanding Music Composition for a Series nominee for The Mandalorian

“In the words of a Brit, I am chuffed to bits. I’m thrilled to be considered in the categories of sound editing and mixing, and proud to be a part of a team that worked fearlessly to deliver this track. It really does feel good to be visible in this space and for all the hard work to be recognized.”
–Bonnie Wild, Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Comedy or Drama Series (Half-Hour) and Animation nominee for The Mandalorian

The Mandalorian is a collaboration between some of the most creative artists and technology pioneers I’ve ever had the pleasure to work alongside. I’m absolutely thrilled that their efforts have been recognized by their industry peers. Congratulations to Jon, Dave, and everyone who contributed to The Mandalorian and all of our fellow nominees.”
–Richard Bluff, Outstanding Visual Effects nominee for The Mandalorian

“What an honor it is to be recognized by my industry peers with a nomination for Outstanding Single-Camera Editing on “The Mandalorian, Episode 2, The Child.”  With so many incredible shows to choose from, this is truly a great honor for me, and extremely special being that this is also my first time being nominated. This show is most unique in that it’s not TV and it’s not a feature, but something in-between that has honed my skills in a way that neither medium has done on its own.  Jon and Dave’s creative vision brought this story to life and created a series that is both familiar and new, for audiences young and old. I couldn’t be prouder to be part of this team. Director Rick Famuyiwa had an especially unique vision for Jon’s script and brought to it a sense of wonder, excitement, and humor, employing very little dialogue along the way.  I love being challenged and leaving the cookie cutter behind.  The Mandalorian himself couldn’t have said it better, “this is the way”.”
–Andrew Eisen, Outstanding Picture Editing for a Single-Camera for a Drama Series for The Mandalorian

“Filmmaking is such a collaborative process and to have been a part of this project with so many wildly talented artists is quite humbling. The Mandalorian is such incredible achievement of creativity and technology that to be nominated by my TV Academy peers for this effort is truly overwhelming. My unending gratitude rests with co-editor, Dylan Firshein, as well as Bryce Dallas Howard for her Direction on Episode 4, Sanctuary. Many congratulations and well deserved applause for Jon Favreau and Dave Filoni who brought this show into the world and gave us this tremendous opportunity to contribute. This recognition is an acknowledgement to everyone who worked so hard to bring this story to life – thank you for shining that light on the many who worked so hard.”
–Dana E. Glauberman, Outstanding Picture Editing for a Single-Camera for a Drama Series for The Mandalorian

“I had just taken my daughter to daycare and was about to start fixing the dryer when I heard on the radio that “The Mandalorian” had gotten a nomination for best drama series.  I thought “Oh that’s so cool!  I’m involved with an Emmy nominated TV show!” Then I looked at my phone and saw 28 new texts from friends and colleagues offering their congratulations, but I still didn’t register that we had actually been nominated for editing until Dana called to tell me that ALL FOUR of us had gotten nods!  It’s such a massive honor to be recognized by the Academy for our contribution to this incredible show.  It’s been a lifelong dream of mine to be involved in the “Star Wars” universe, but to be nominated for my work is beyond my wildest dreams.  Of course, we couldn’t have done any of this without Jon Favreau’s incredible talent and creativity, Dave Filoni’s passion for the world, and the incredible team of artists we were surrounded by.  Our entire post department was elemental in realizing this exciting, collaborative and monumental achievement in filmmaking.  I’m really beside myself, it’s my first time being nominated and it’s just such a great honor that I’m still having a hard time believing it’s real!”
–Jeff Seibenick, Outstanding Picture Editing for a Single-Camera for a Drama Series for The Mandalorian

“Thank you to all of the Television Academy members for supporting our work on “The Mandalorian” with an Outstanding Prosthetic Makeup For A Series nomination this year. It is such a humbling honor to be recognized with so much great work out there. I am so proud of all of the members of “The Mandalorian” Makeup Team.  We are all such fans of “Star Wars” and have a sense of duty to keep up the sensibility, tradition and look of the universe. Again, thank you ALL very much.”
–Brian Sipe, Outstanding Prosthetic Makeup for a Series, Limited Series, Movie or Special nominee for The Mandalorian

“Having so many categories recognized for our team this morning was a lovely reminder of the outstanding camaraderie and vision we experienced making this show. All of us are Star Wars fans at heart, and it’s been a dream to be able to put our energies behind that love and be heard! This is the way!”
–Mathew Wood, Outstanding Sound Editing for a Comedy or Drama Series (Half-Hour) and Animation nominee for The Mandalorian

“I’m very proud of our Skywalker Sound team! Everyone was extremely passionate about this project. I am thrilled for our work to have been recognized by our peers.”
–David Acord, Outstanding Sound Editing for a Comedy or Drama Series (Half-Hour) and Animation nominee for The Mandalorian

“Thank you to the Academy for recognizing DEAD TO ME – it’s a lifelong dream come true. I’m incredibly proud to share this moment with our amazing cast, crew and partners at CBS Studios & Netflix. I created DEAD TO ME as a way to work through my own grief and loss, hoping that Jen and Judy’s story might help people through theirs. For our traumedy to be honored in this way is a twist I did not see coming. It’s truly life-affirming and I’m deeply grateful.”
–Liz Fedlaman, Creator of Outstanding Comedy Series nominee Dead to Me

“Wow, what a start to the day! Thank you so much to the Academy for this incredible honor, and for continuing to show such amazing support for Stranger Things. It took an army of passionate, talented artists to bring season 3 to life, and we’re particularly thrilled to see so many of our behind-the-scenes artists — sound, VFX, editors, music, and stunts — recognized for their amazing work. From all of us on team Stranger — thank you!!”
–The Duffer Brothers, Showrunners, directors, and co-creators of Outstanding Drama Series nominee Stranger Things

“It is a tremendous honor to have our show and third season recognized by The Television Academy alongside such great series and storytellers. Working alongside the brilliant Duffer Brothers continues to be one of the great honors and joys of my career, and our cast and crew is deeply grateful for this acknowledgment.”
–Shawn Levy, Executive producer and director of Outstanding Drama Series nominee Stranger Things

“I’m humbled and honored to be nominated for my work on Stranger Things and thrilled for all of my colleagues. This show is a tribute to a team effort and willingness to strive for perfection. Working with the Duffer brothers and Shawn Levy has been incredible. This nomination honors my collaboration with my protege Katheryn Naranjo, which makes this moment all the more gratifying. The support and unwavering dedication of all my colleagues, specifically Netflix, is what makes working on this series the greatest thrill of all.”
–Dean Zimmerman, Outstanding Single-Camera Picture Editing for a Drama Series nominee for Stranger Things

“I’m honored to be nominated for Emmy awards for my work on STRANGER THINGS and thrilled for all of my colleagues on the production for the recognition that the show has received. Collaborating with Matt and Ross Duffer and Shawn Levy has been and continues to be a wonderful experience. It’s a family atmosphere that allows us to be incredibly creative. Working on this series has been a joy from the very beginning.”
–Craig Henighan, Outstanding Sound Editing for a Comedy or Drama Series (One Hour) nominee for Stranger Things

“Wow! Such fantastic news to be nominated for my work on Season 3 of Stranger Things. My Stranger Things family raises the bar yet AGAIN for the 3rd season! It’s truly an honor to be a part of the shows main silent characters.  The Music!

–Nora Felder, Outstanding Music Supervision nominee for Stranger Things

“I’m honored to be nominated for the Emmys for my work on STRANGER THINGS and thrilled for all of my colleagues on the production for the recognition that the show has received. Collaborating with THE DUFFER BROTHERS, CHRIS TRUJILLO, TUDOR JONES, and LACHLAN  MILNE on Chapter Eight has been one of the most fulfilling experiences of my career. I also need to thank all of our team and vendors who poured their hearts and souls into this project. This show has struck a nerve not just with the audience but also with everybody involved in making it a reality. Thank you to everybody for making this unforgettable.”
–Paul Graff, Outstanding Special Visual Effects nominee for Stranger Things

“To be nominated with so many other amazingly talented composers is a huge win in itself.  It’s gratifying to have all those hours and days spent in the studio seen and heard and acknowledged.”
–Nathan Barr, Outstanding Music Composition For A Limited Series, Movie Or Special (Original Dramatic Score) for Hollywood

“I am so honored and thankful to have been nominated for this score. It’s always special to be a part of a story that is as important and timely as Mrs. America, and I am so grateful to Dahvi, FX, and everyone involved for having me.”
–Kris Bowers, Outstanding Music Composition for a Limited Series, Movie or Special (Original Dramatic Score) nominee for Mrs. America

“What a morning!  We’d like to thank the Television Academy for recognizing our work on Watchmen AND temporarily distracting us from American ShitShow 2020™!  Making Watchmen was daunting, terrifying, intimidating, ecstatic and incredibly rewarding.  We emerge inspired, smarter, momentarily more confident and very proud to have been a part of it.”
–Trent Reznor & Atticus Ross, Outstanding Music Composition for a Series and Outstanding Music & Lyrics for Watchmen

“I am so unbelievably honored to be nominated for an Emmy for my work on Ozark, and proud of everyone in the Ozark family for their outstanding contributions. It is humbling to be amongst such an impressive group of directors. I am grateful for the support, and encouragement of Chris Mundy, MRC, Netflix and of course Jason Bateman who has been, and continues to be, a graciously generous collaborator. Working on this series has been the highlight of my career.”
–Ben Semanoff, Outstanding Directing of a Drama Series nominee for Ozark

“It is such honor to be nominated for my work on Mindhunter and I’m humbled to be included amongst such extraordinary talent. Working on Mindhunter has been a pivotal part of my life. The opportunity to collaborate with David Fincher, Carl Franklin, and the entire cast and crew was a beautiful experience, I’m so thankful to have had the opportunity to contribute to the show.”
–Erik Messerschmidt, Outstanding Cinematography For A Single-Camera Series (One Hour) nominee for Mindhunter

“It is humbling for my work on OZARK to be nominated for an Emmy alongside such an accomplished group of cinematographers. I’m fortunate to have collaborated with immensely talented colleagues. The images on screen are a result of that team effort, and I’m thrilled we are being recognized.”
–Armando Salas, Outstanding Cinematography for a Single-Camera Series (One-Hour) for Ozark

“I’m honored to be nominated for the Emmys for my work on “Grace and Frankie”. This year’s Emmy Nominations list for “Outstanding Contemporary Costumes is especially strong and I am truly honored to be on it!  I am thrilled for all of my colleagues at “Grace and Frankie” for the recognition that the show has received. Collaborating with Marta Kauffman, Howard Morris and the entire talented team has been and continues to be a wonderful experience. Working on this series has been sheer joy.”
–Allyson Fanger, Outstanding Contemporary Costumes nominee for Grace and Frankie

“Of all mornings I slept in today after working late last night and discovered tons of missed calls and text messages. My first thought was that a natural disaster must have happened. What a relief to discover good news for a change! My first Emmy nomination! I’m thankful to James Lee Hernandez and Brian Lazarte, the masterminds behind McMillions, HBO and to my amazing team, most of all, Alex Kovacs.”
–Pinar Toprak, Outstanding Music for a Documentary Series nominee for McMillions“We are absolutely thrilled to be nominated for the music of Ozark, and honored to be among such a talented group of composers.  A huge thank you to Jason Bateman for bringing us on board and the whole production crew for making this such an amazing show.  We’d like to thank our music team, and specifically our long time collaborator and team leader Chase Deso, who has been an integral part of the Ozark score since day one.”
–Danny Bensi & Saunder Jurriaans, Outstanding Music Composition for a Series (Original Dramatic Score) nominees for Ozark
“Such an honor to be nominated with the always fabulous Isabella THE MACHINE!! And for such a wonderful show – and with the support of the best team ever!”
-Mark Isham, Outstanding Music Composition for a Limited Series, Movie, or Special (Original Dramatic Score) nominee for Little Fires Everywhere“So wildly grateful to everyone involved in helping me with my first score; what a good time we had making this show. I am so honored and proud – and to be able to work alongside Mark Isham has been such an incredible experience.”
–Isa Summers, Outstanding Music Composition for a Limited Series, Movie, or Special (Original Dramatic Score) nominee for Little Fires Everywhere
“I am honored to be nominated by the Television Academy alongside such talents. Little Fires Everywhere is a show about mothers and daughters. About being a woman. About letting go and growing. I consider myself lucky to be a part of this incredible piece of art. An immense thanks to Liz Tigelaar and the rest of the Little Fires Everywhere family for their support.”
–Ingrid Michaelson, Outstanding Music & Lyrics nominee for Little Fires Everywhere

“I’m so honored that the Television Academy recognized ‘Forky Asks a Question’ with an Emmy Award nomination today. I so appreciate the support from Pixar and Disney+ !  Like Forky, I have a question – how was I so lucky to work with such a great team and cast? My next question is – what the heck IS love”
–Bob Peterson, Outstanding Short Form Animated Program nominee for Forky Asks a Question: What is Love?

“I am, of course, thrilled to be nominated for an EMMY for OZARK. This is a dream job and this last season was the most satisfying creative experience thus far. My collaboration with Jason Bateman and Chris Mundy has been truly one of the highlights of my career. They are brilliant, kind, funny and think i am right most of the time…… also they love good actors!”
–Alexa L. Fogel, Outstanding Casting of a Drama Series nominee for Ozark

“Thank you to the Television Academy. It is a huge honor to be nominated amongst such great documentaries. And many thanks to our amazing team!”
Eric Goode and Rebecca Chaiklin, Outstanding Directing For A Documentary/Nonfiction Program and Outstanding Documentary Or Nonfiction Series nominees for Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem And Madness

“I know the whole edit team is beyond thrilled to have “earned their stripes” with this Emmy nomination, and we’re blown away that the show garnered five other nominations. It’s so satisfying to be recognized for shining a light on the hidden and crazy world, all while keeping it entertaining enough to appeal to such a large audience.”
–Doug Abel, Outstanding Picture Editing for a Nonfiction Program nominee for Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem, And Madness

“It is indeed an honor to have worked on American Son with this wonderful cast. The film is not only a precious work of art, but an important reminder to America of how far we yet have to go.”
–Kenny Leon, Director of Outstanding Television Movie nominee American Son

“During a time of such uncertainty, it brings me great joy to learn that our show, “The World According to Jeff Goldblum” has been nominated for an Emmy. Through the hard work of many, including our partners at National Geographic, Disney+ and Nutopia, we sought to bring communities together by investigating their shared passion for life and had the most enlightened experience doing it.”
–Jeff Goldblum, Host of Outstanding Hosted Nonfiction Series or Special nominee for The World According to Jeff Goldblum

“We are honored and humbled by this recognition from our documentary peers. The persistence of weaponized disinformation, voter suppression, social media’s impact on democracy, and data rights violations make The Great Hack more relevant than ever. We made this film to shine a light on invisible forces that threaten the very foundation of our open society. Thank you to everyone globally who has watched and vigorously discussed the urgent issues raised by the film. Where there is awareness, there is hope.”
Karim Amer and Jehane Noujaim, Directors of Outstanding Documentary or Nonfiction Special for The Great Hack

“Martha, Rob and I are proud to represent the hundreds of people in locations, construction, paint, props, set dec, graphics, set design, picture cars, greens and special effects departments who work tirelessly to bring this beautiful show to the screen and we are thankful to the Academy for the nomination. That our work continues to be recognized is a testament to the overall quality of this compelling series. This particular nomination is unequivocally tributary to the exquisite cinematography by Stuart Biddlecombe and brilliant directing by Dearbhla Walsh.”
–Elisabeth Williams, Outstanding Production Design for a Narrative Contemporary Program (One Hour Or More) for The Handmaid’s Tale

“I’m so thrilled to be nominated for the Emmys for my work on The Politician. I am incredibly grateful to have gotten this opportunity to collaborate with Lou Eyrich and the incredible Ryan Murphy, Brad Falchuk & Ian Brennan team who made this experience a dream come true. Working on this series has been a true delight and I’m honored to be nominated alongside such inspiring and talented Costume Designers. This wouldn’t be possible without the hard work of each member of the costume team & the rest of The Politician family.”
–Claire Parkinson, Outstanding Contemporary Costumes nominee for The Politician

“An incredible cast, wonderfully crafted scripts, talented production teams and Ryan Murphy’s always distinct vision made THE POLITICIAN a jewel to work on.  Collaborating with Claire Parkinson and the talented, amazing Costume team was a JOY and we are so honored to receive an EMMY nomination for Contemporary Costume Design.”
–Lou Eyrich, Outstanding Contemporary Costumes nominee for The Politician

“Bringing Hollywood’s Golden Age back to life was a dream job come true for me and a complete joy. I am honored to be nominated for the EMMY for my work on “HOLLYWOOD” and thrilled for all my colleagues on the show for all the recognition the show has received. Collaborating with Ryan Murphy has been and continues to be a wonderful experience. We’re honored by the nomination and congratulate everyone else for their incredible work in this category.”
–Matthew Flood Ferguson, Outstanding Production Design for a Narrative Period or Fantasy Program nominee for Hollywood

“What an incredible honor to have Tales from the Loop recognized by the Television Academy. Working on this show alongside Matt Reeves, Rafi Crohn, Nathaniel Halpern, Eddie Anton, and Ashley Bernes has been the most professional and collaborative experience of my career to date. I’m indebted to the entire visual effects team who worked tirelessly to bring Simon Stålenhag’s beautiful artwork to life. We were able to tastefully execute photorealistic visual effects that support an emotional, moving story. Thank you to the Television Academy for our Emmy nomination for our work. We are all thrilled.”
–Andrea Knoll, Outstanding Special Visual Effects in a Supporting Role nominee for Tales From the Loop

“Tales From The Loop was a such personal and challenging project. To be recognized for the work is an honor beyond words.”
–Jeff Cronenweth, Outstanding Cinematography for a Single-Camera Series (One Hour) for Tales From the Loop

“I am absolutely thrilled that Carnival Row has nominated for Costume in the fantasy /sci-fi category. My team and I had the most wonderful time working on this production, it was a joy to go to work everyday.”
–Joanna Eatwell, Outstanding Fantasy/Sci-Fi Costumes nominee for Carnival Row

“This Emmy nomination is especially uplifting to me and my team who gave so much love and dedication into this show. It’s an honor. Greg Daniels believed in me since the day we met and I will always be grateful to him for his blind support. Working with him, along with so many masters of comedy and technical professionals on the show, pushed me to do the best work I was capable of. The biggest shout-out goes to every single person in my Art Department. A great ensemble of talent and I share every success with them. Inspired by many icons from Ken Adam and Kubrick, up to Space X, the main catalyst however was fueled by us, the entire Space Force team – directors, writers, producers, costumes, post, VFX and everyone involved. I knew, with Space Force, I was taking on a project that was going to push my limits and challenge me, and it did, and I’m honored to have this show be my first Emmy nomination!”
–Susie Mancini, Outstanding Production Design for a Narrative Program (Half-hour) nominee for Space Force

“I’m so very thrilled about the Emmy nomination for my work on OZARK and to be in the company of my fellow honored colleagues. The opportunity to work on a show with the caliber of writing and directing that is involved is a gift in itself. It is particularly gratifying to have been recognized alongside Jason Bateman and Chris Mundy with whom I collaborated on the creative tones of this season when establishing the new elements that were introduced. With their company, my incredible crew and the inspiration of all the other artists, I am both so very grateful for this recognition and all the more excited to carry these high standards into the next season.”
–David Bomba, Outstanding Production Design for a Narrative Program (One Hour or More) nominee for Ozark

“Working on HOLLYWOOD was an amazing & special experience, so hearing of our EMMY nomination for Costume Design elevated the experience beyond!  We had a STELLAR Costume team, supported by all the insanely creative production teams, and led by the detailed and inspired direction of Ryan Murphy.  We had a dream cast who were wonderful collaborators. This project was magical and so very meaningful and we are incredibly grateful to have had the opportunity to be a part of it.”
–Lou Eyrich & Sarah Evelyn, Outstanding Period Costumes nominee for Hollywood

 

 

 





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