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'Angels' showered with Emmy noms

16 July 2004 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Embracing everything from the supernatural fantasies of Angels in America and Joan of Arcadia to the down-and-dirty politics of The Reagans and The Apprentice, voters at the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences delivered an eclectic batch of nominees for the 56th annual Primetime Emmy Awards. The nominees parade was notable for the many fresh faces and programs that broke through in a big way this year as well as for those that didn't make the cut despite strong buzz going into Thursday's predawn nominations announcement at ATAS' headquarters in North Hollywood. HBO's adaptation of Tony Kushner's Pulitzer Prize-winning play Angels in America led the pack with 21, including bids for director Mike Nichols and stars Al Pacino (in his first Emmy nom), Meryl Streep, Emma Thompson, Mary-Louise Parker, Justin Kirk, Ben Shenkman, Patrick Wilson and Jeffrey Wright. HBO's drama series The Sopranos was a close second with 20 noms, including reigning drama actor champs James Gandolfini and Edie Falco and first-time recognition in the supporting drama actress category for Drea de Matteo. »

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Fresh faces added to Emmy mix as HBO, 'Angels' rule

15 July 2004 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Embracing everything from the supernatural fantasies of Angels in America and Joan of Arcadia to the down-and-dirty politics of The Reagans and The Apprentice, voters at the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences delivered an eclectic batch of nominees for the 56th annual Primetime Emmy Awards. The nominees parade was notable for the many fresh faces and programs that broke through in a big way this year as well as for those that didn't make the cut despite strong buzz going into Thursday's predawn nominations announcement at ATAS' headquarters in North Hollywood. HBO's adaptation of Tony Kushner's Pulitzer Prize-winning play Angels in America led the pack with 21, including bids for director Mike Nichols and stars Al Pacino (in his first Emmy nom), Meryl Streep, Emma Thompson, Mary-Louise Parker, Justin Kirk, Ben Shenkman, Patrick Wilson and Jeffrey Wright. HBO's drama series The Sopranos was a close second with 20 noms, including reigning drama actor champs James Gandolfini and Edie Falco and first-time recognition in the supporting drama actress category for Drea de Matteo. »

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'Reagans' makers enjoy last laugh

15 July 2004 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

The seven Emmy nominations collected by The Reagans was "the salve needed for the wound" left by the politically charged attack unleashed on the biopic when it was originally destined for CBS last fall, according to executive producer Neil Meron. "We always wanted this movie to be judged on its merits, and not on the merits of the controversy," said Meron, who executive produced The Reagans with his longtime partner in Storyline Entertainment, Craig Zadan, and Sony Pictures TV. The vindication was especially sweet as the project not only earned a best telefilm nom but also acting noms for stars James Brolin and Judy Davis and a longform writing bid for scribes Jane Marchwood, Tom Rickman and Elizabeth Egloff, Zadan said. »

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HBO, 'Angels' take flight in Emmy Noms

15 July 2004 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Embracing everything from the supernatural fantasies of Angels in America and Joan of Arcadia to the down-and-dirty politics of The Reagans and The Apprentice, voters at the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences delivered an eclectic batch of nominees for the 56th annual Primetime Emmy Awards. The nominees parade was notable for the many fresh faces and programs that broke through in a big way this year as well as for those that didn't make the cut despite strong buzz going into Thursday's predawn nominations announcement at ATAS' headquarters in North Hollywood. HBO's adaptation of Tony Kushner's Pulitzer Prize-winning play Angels in America led the pack with 21, including bids for director Mike Nichols and stars Al Pacino (in his first Emmy nom), Meryl Streep, Emma Thompson, Mary-Louise Parker, Justin Kirk, Ben Shenkman, Patrick Wilson and Jeffrey Wright. HBO's drama series The Sopranos was a close second with 20 noms, including reigning drama actor champs James Gandolfini and Edie Falco and first-time recognition in the supporting drama actress category for Drea de Matteo. »

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'Reagans' makers enjoy last laugh

15 July 2004 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

The seven Emmy nominations collected by The Reagans was "the salve needed for the wound" left by the politically charged attack unleashed on the biopic when it was originally destined for CBS last fall, according to executive producer Neil Meron. "We always wanted this movie to be judged on its merits, and not on the merits of the controversy," said Meron, who executive produced The Reagans with his longtime partner in Storyline Entertainment, Craig Zadan, and Sony Pictures TV. The vindication was especially sweet as the project not only earned a best telefilm nom but also acting noms for stars James Brolin and Judy Davis and a longform writing bid for scribes Jane Marchwood, Tom Rickman and Elizabeth Egloff, Zadan said. »

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Moonves sings praises of strong CBS season

18 January 2004 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

CBS has greenlighted at least two more editions of Survivor and given full-season orders to four of its six fall shows, including Cold Case and Joan of Arcadia, the network announced Saturday. CBS chairman and CEO Leslie Moonves and CBS Entertainment president Nancy Tellem sung the praises of what has been a very strong season so far for CBS during the network's portion of the Television Critics Assn. press tour in Hollywood. But the eye network's successes were overshadowed by some tougher-than-usual questions for Moonves about the network's dealings with embattled pop star Michael Jackson, its handling of the controversial Reagans biopic miniseries and a pointed question regarding Moonves' personal life. The Survivor renewal -- clinched by Moonves and executive producer Mark Burnett Saturday morning as they shared an escalator ride at the Renaissance Hotel where TCA has unfolded during the past two weeks -- covers the ninth and tenth editions of the series. The pickup means that Survivor will stay on CBS through at least May 2005. Given its strong ratings, Survivor was expected to remain a fixture on the eye network, though the timing was something of a surprise, as the two sides have apparently hammered out few details, including the locales for Nos. 9 and 10. Indeed, CBS is busy preparing for the eighth edition of Survivor, an "all-stars" cycle featuring past winners and favorite contestants, which premieres Feb. 1, right after CBS' telecast of Super Bowl XXXVIII. »

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