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In a Gold Derby exclusive, we have learned the category placements of the key Emmy Awards contenders for the National Geographic Channel. Last year, the network scored major nominations for "Killing Jesus" (Best TV Movie) and "StarTalk with Neil Degrasse Tyson" (Best Informational Series or Special). Below, see the list of Nat Geo submissions across all categories for 2016. (Please note: Performers not included below may well be submitted by their personal reps.) Subscribe to Gold Derby Breaking News Alerts & Experts’ Latest Emmy Predictions -Break- TV Movie "Saints And Strangers" Movie/Limited Series Actor - Vincent Kartheiser Movie/Limited Series Supporting Actor - Ron Livingston, Ray Stevenson, Raoul Trujillo Movie/Limited Series Supporting Actress - Anna Camp Movie/Limited Series Directing - Paul A. Edwards Movie/Limited Series Writing - Seth Fisher, Walon Green, Chip Johannessen, Eric Overmyer Docume »
SundanceTV scored an Emmy nomination for Best Limited Series last year with "The Honorable Woman." And the net could enjoy similar success this year with another international thriller, "The Last Panthers," which debuts tonight (April 13). Inspired by the true story of a gang of real-life jewel thieves known as the Pink Panthers, this six-part program stars Oscar-nominees John Hurt and Samantha Morton, as well as Tahar Rahim and Goran Bogdan. It has already been nominated for a BAFTA TV Award for Best Drama Series. Now the critics stateside have weighed in: -Break- Subscribe to Gold Derby Breaking News Alerts & Experts’ Latest Emmy Predictions Dorothy Rabinowitz (Wall Street Journal): "Unrelenting in its tension, rich -- sometimes dauntingly so -- in its complexity, 'The Last Panthers' concerns itself with a criminal world of diamond thieves and arms smugglers, and the forces of law in hot pursuit, ..." »
London — The controller of BBC drama commissioning, Polly Hill, is to join commercial network ITV as head of drama. Her recent credits have included “Doctor Foster,” “War and Peace” and “The Night Manager.”
ITV director of television Kevin Lygo also announced Friday that Optomen managing director Sue Murphy will join ITV commissioning as head of factual entertainment, Siobhan Greene will move from ITV Studios to become the ITV commissioning team’s head of entertainment, and Peter Davey has been promoted to head of comedy entertainment.
ITV also announced that Angela Jain is to succeed Greene as managing director of ITV Studios Entertainment, and Rosemary Newell, Discovery Networks Intl. senior VP, content and operations, will become ITV’s head of digital channels and acquisitions.
- Leo Barraclough
Will "The Last Panthers" score an Emmy nomination for Best Limited Series? The six-part crime thriller is inspired by the true story of the international jewel thieves known as the Pink Panthers. It premieres on SundanceTV on April 13. Watch the trailer above. -Break- Subscribe to Gold Derby Breaking News Alerts & Experts’ Latest Emmy Predictions International intrigue has certainly been a winning formula for the network, with three earlier offerings all earning Emmy program prizes. So we should take "The Last Panthers" seriously as a contender, especially given its strong pedigree. It stars a pair of Oscar-nominees: Samantha Morton and John Hurt. Morton has one previous Emmy bid, for Tom Hooper's HBO telefilm "Longford" in 2007, while veteran Hurt is aiming for his first ever Emmy bid. The TV academy loves movie stars who move to the small screen, though there's no shortage of t »
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5 items from 2016
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