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Presenting the 2019 Emmy Nominations!

It might feel like just yesterday that we were celebrating exciting wins for Regina King, Bill Hader, the cast of The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, and more stars at the 2018 Emmys, but this year's award season is officially here. While there are plenty of familiar faces on the long, long list of worthy candidates, there are also a few surprises. Check out all the nominees below, then get ready for the The Academy of Television Arts & Science's 71st annual Emmy Awards when it airs on Sept. 22 from the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles.

Related: Game of Thrones Breaks Emmy Nomination Record and Scores Nods For, Well . . . Everyone

Outstanding Drama Series

Better Call Saul

Bodyguard

Game of Thrones

Killing Eve

Ozark

Pose

Succession

This Is Us

Outstanding Comedy Series

Veep

Schitt's Creek

The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel

Barry

The Good Place

Fleabag

Russian Doll

Outstanding Limited Series

Escape at Dannemora

Chernobyl

When They See Us
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Get Comfy - Here's Where to Watch 33 Shows Nominated For the 2019 Emmys

The 2019 Emmy nominees have finally arrived, and there's a lot to unpack there. From surprise nominees like Schitt's Creek to the total dominance of Game of Thrones in the drama categories, it's turned out to be quite a blend of expected nominations and deserving newcomers - plus a few snubs, of course. This year's crop of nominees come from a wide array of platforms, including cable networks, streaming platforms, and even one or two old-fashioned basic cable shows. If you're trying to catch up on some of this year's biggest nominees, we've got you covered. You can check out our comprehensive guide as to what's nominated, who's nominated for what, and where you can watch them all!

Related: Joey King Breaks Down in Tears Over First Emmy Nomination - and FaceTimes Patricia Arquette!
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Get Comfy - Here's Where to Watch 33 Shows Nominated For the 2019 Emmys

Get Comfy - Here's Where to Watch 33 Shows Nominated For the 2019 Emmys
The 2019 Emmy nominees have finally arrived, and there's a lot to unpack there. From surprise nominees like Schitt's Creek to the total dominance of Game of Thrones in the drama categories, it's turned out to be quite a blend of expected nominations and deserving newcomers - plus a few snubs, of course. This year's crop of nominees come from a wide array of platforms, including cable networks, streaming platforms, and even one or two old-fashioned basic cable shows. If you're trying to catch up on some of this year's biggest nominees, we've got you covered. You can check out our comprehensive guide as to what's nominated, who's nominated for what, and where you can watch them all!

Related: Joey King Breaks Down in Tears Over First Emmy Nomination - and FaceTimes Patricia Arquette!
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Will Joey King (‘The Act’) follow in big sis Hunter King’s Emmy footsteps? Hunter won twice for ‘Young and the Restless’

Will Joey King (‘The Act’) follow in big sis Hunter King’s Emmy footsteps? Hunter won twice for ‘Young and the Restless’
At just 19 years old, Joey King earned an Emmy nomination for Best Movie/Mini Actress for her role in the Hulu anthology series “The Act.” But she’s actually not the first member of her family to make the cut at the Emmys. Her older sister Hunter King has two trophies on her mantel for her work in daytime TV as Summer Newman on “The Young and the Restless.”

The King sibs are young adults now, but they have been acting since they were children. Hunter got her start in the 2000s with guest-starring roles in shows like “Roswell,” “Dexter” and “ER,” in addition to a big-screen appearance in Steven Spielberg’s “A.I. Artificial Intelligence.” She got a big break in 2012 (when she was still a teenager) by joining the cast of “Y&r” as Summer Newman, the daughter of Phyllis (Michelle Stafford) and Nick (Joshua Morrow). That role has
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Watch 65 fascinating interviews with 2019 Emmy Awards nominees, including Billy Porter, Joey King, Jimmy Fallon, Hugh Grant and more

Watch 65 fascinating interviews with 2019 Emmy Awards nominees, including Billy Porter, Joey King, Jimmy Fallon, Hugh Grant and more
Over recent months, Gold Derby has hosted fascinating interviews with 194 of this year’s Emmy Awards contenders. And now with Tuesday’s announcement of 2019 nominations, we’re proud that 65 of these people are now officially nominees. Visit our Emmy Awards nominees video folder to watch these exclusive 15-20 minute chats.

And be watching over the next month as we add many more nominee interviews. Several are already being scheduled.

SEE2019 Emmy nominations complete list: All the nominees for the 71st Emmy Awards

Here is the full list of 65 nominee interviews you can now watch:

The Act — Joey King (actress)

The Amazing Race — Phil Keoghan (producer)

Barry — Anthony Carrigan (actor)

Beto Breaks The Internet — Jimmy Fallon (actor)

Better Call Saul — Giancarlo Esposito (actor), Bob Odenkirk

The Big Bang Theory — Mark Cendrowski (director)

Black-ish — Michelle Cole (costume designer)

Bodyguard — Jed Mercurio (producer)

Broad City — Ilana Glazer and Abbi Jacobson (actresses)

Chernobyl — Jared Harris
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Why the Emmy 2019 Nominations Represent an Overdue and Refreshing Change of Pace (Column)

  • Variety
The 2019 Emmy nominations saw HBO surging back to the top of the pack, thanks to the final season of “Game of Thrones,” which scored a record 32 nominations. Perhaps it was to be expected that the epic drama would keep its network at the center of awards conversations, but, happily, it couldn’t dominate every category. Comedy, especially, opened up this year to welcome plenty of new faces, representing an overdue and refreshing change of pace. Here, Variety’s TV critics talk about key themes of this year’s Emmy ballot.

Daniel D’Addario: I’ll start with the heavy hitters — the signature, departed hits from nomination leader HBO, both past winners and both likely to repeat again. I share in the general consensus that the level of recognition for both “Game of Thrones” and “Veep” is no surprise. With that said, there are surprises within those nominations. I had perceived
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‘WWE Nxt’ Review (July 17th 2019)

  • Nerdly
Welcome to this week’s Nxt review, right here on Nerdly. I’m Nathan Favel and we’ve got…well, Nxt, so don’t hold your breathe. I like some of what this brand does, but too much of it just feels like amateur hour wrestling with a billion dollar budget…like The Last Jedi. Okay, let’s see if our main event can make this show a real thrill.

Match #1: Matt Riddle def. Arturo Ruas via ref stoppage The following is courtesy of wwe.com:

Although Ruas proved to be a worthy opponent of Riddle on the mat, going hold-for-hold with the former Ufc fighter in brilliant technical exchanges, Riddle closed the door on the Brazilian Superstar after lighting him up with a Final Flash knee strike and pummeling him with a ground-and-pound attack to earn a Tko decision.

My Opinion: 2.5 out of 5 – This was just a squash
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Joey King Just Wanted to Do Right By Gypsy Rose in The Act, and She Got an Emmy Nom For It

Joey King Just Wanted to Do Right By Gypsy Rose in The Act, and She Got an Emmy Nom For It
Joey King is having a great week.  She's busy filming something about a kissing booth in South Africa, but she definitely made time to tune in to the Emmy nominations, which were announced on Tuesday morning. Not only did King herself get nominated for lead actress, but so did her costar in The Act, Patricia Arquette. King posted the video of her learning the news in the backseat of a car and immediately calling Arquette on social media, but the behind-the-scenes of that precious moment was even more chaotic than it looked.  King got on the phone with E! News later in the day (around 11 p.m. her time) to talk about her really big morning/afternoon.  E! News: How did you go...
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The True Story Behind Hulu's The Act Is Both Tragic and Terrifying

The True Story Behind Hulu's The Act Is Both Tragic and Terrifying
While its details might sound as though they were taken out of a Gillian Flynn novel, the murder of Dee Dee Blanchard is, in fact, a true story. With The Act, Hulu is turning the real-life case into the first installation of its true-crime anthology series. The season features a talented cast that includes Patricia Arquette and Joey King as the leading characters. The show draws out the emotional narrative between Dee Dee and her daughter Gypsy Rose, who, after years of being the object of her mother's Munchausen syndrome by proxy, resorts to murder. The story isn't black and white, and it's tragic and terrifying in equal measures. Here are the dark facts of the case that viewers should know before watching the series.

The Build-Up

Dee Dee and Gypsy had been living in Springfield, Mo after Hurricane Katrina destroyed their home in 2005. For years, Dee Dee told friends
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The True Story Behind Hulu's The Act Is Both Tragic and Terrifying

  • Popsugar
The True Story Behind Hulu's The Act Is Both Tragic and Terrifying
While its details might sound as though they were taken out of a Gillian Flynn novel, the murder of Dee Dee Blanchard is, in fact, a true story. With The Act, Hulu is turning the real-life case into the first installation of its true-crime anthology series. The season features a talented cast that includes Patricia Arquette and Joey King as the leading characters. The show draws out the emotional narrative between Dee Dee and her daughter Gypsy Rose, who, after years of being the object of her mother's Munchausen syndrome by proxy, resorts to murder. The story isn't black and white, and it's tragic and terrifying in equal measures. Here are the dark facts of the case that viewers should know before watching the series.

The Build-Up

Dee Dee and Gypsy had been living in Springfield, Mo after Hurricane Katrina destroyed their home in 2005. For years, Dee Dee told friends
See full article at Popsugar »

Presenting the 2019 Emmy Nominations!

Presenting the 2019 Emmy Nominations!
It might feel like just yesterday that we were celebrating exciting wins for Regina King, Bill Hader, the cast of The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, and more stars at the 2018 Emmys, but this year's award season is officially here. While there are plenty of familiar faces on the long, long list of worthy candidates, there are also a few surprises. Check out all the nominees below, then get ready for the The Academy of Television Arts & Science's 71st annual Emmy Awards when it airs on Sept. 22 from the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles.

Related: Game of Thrones Breaks Emmy Nomination Record and Scores Nods For, Well . . . Everyone

Outstanding Drama Series

Better Call Saul

Bodyguard

Game of Thrones

Killing Eve

Ozark

Pose

Succession

This Is Us

Outstanding Comedy Series

Veep

Schitt's Creek

The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel

Barry

The Good Place

Fleabag

Russian Doll

Outstanding Limited Series

Escape at Dannemora

Chernobyl

When They See Us
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71st Primetime Emmy Awards Nominations

The nominations for the 71st Primetime Emmy Awards were announced on Tuesday, officially kicking off this year’s awards season. Actors D;arcy Carden (The Good Place) and Ken Jeong (Crazy Rich Asians) announced the list of award hopefuls.

Former soap opera actors who were recognized included Robin Wright (Santa Barbara), Billy Porter (Another World), Phylicia Rashad (One Life to Live) and Cicely Tyson (Guiding Light).

Check out the nominees in the major categories below.

Outstanding Comedy Series

Barry

Fleabag

The Good Place

The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel

Russian Doll

Schitt’s Creek

Veep

Outstanding Drama Series

Better Call Saul

Bodyguard

Game of Thrones

Killing Eve

Ozark

Pose

Succession

This Is Us

Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series

Jason Bateman, Ozark

Sterling K. Brown, This Is Us

Kit Harington, Game of Thrones

Bob Odenkirk, Better Call Saul

Billy Porter, Pose

Milo Ventimiglia, This Is Us

Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series

Emilia Clarke,
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Emmys: Amy Adams, Sophie Turner, Mandy Moore Among 43 First-Time Nominees — Full List

  • Deadline
Emmys: Amy Adams, Sophie Turner, Mandy Moore Among 43 First-Time Nominees — Full List
Amy Adams (Sharp Objects), Game of ThronesAlfie Allen, Gwendoline Christie, Sophie Turner and Carice van Houten, and This Is Us star Mandy Moore are among 43 actors celebrating their first Emmy nominations as a performer. The full list follows below.

1. Amy Adams: Limited Series/TV Movie Actress (Sharp Objects)

2. Alfie Allen: Supporting Actor (Game of Thrones)

3. Michael Angarano: Drama Guest Actor (This Is Us)

4. Asante Blackk: Limited Series/TV Movie Supporting Actor (When They See Us)

5. Marsha Stephanie Blake: Limited Series/TV Movie Supporting Actress (When They See Us)

6. Anthony Carrigan: Comedy Supporting Actor (Barry)

7. Gwendoline Christie: Drama Supporting Actress (Game of Thrones)

8. Sian Clifford: Comedy Supporting Actor (Fleabag)

9. Jodie Comer: Drama Actress (Killing Eve)

10. Paul Dano: Limited Series/TV Movie Supporting Actor (Escape at Dannemora)

11. Benicio del Toro: Limited Series/TV Movie Actor (Escape at Dannemora)

12. Aunjanue Ellis: Limited Series/TV
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Emmy Nominations Reactions: Rachel Brosnahan, Christina Applegate, Jared Harris, Ron Cephas Jones, More

  • Deadline
Emmy Nominations Reactions: Rachel Brosnahan, Christina Applegate, Jared Harris, Ron Cephas Jones, More
Nominations for the 71st Primetime Emmy Awards were announced this morning in 124 categories. Here are some reactions from nominees.

Lead Actress in a Comedy Series

Rachel Brosnahan, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel

Speaking with Deadline this morning Rachel Brosnahan talked about how her character represented “so many of the women that I know and love in my own life. She’s brave and complicated and curious and filled with hope and joy that I find inspiring. I haven’t seen many women like Midge on television before. Women who are reinventing themselves In a way that is not always beautiful.” As for what’s to come in Season 3, “Midge is continuing to come into her own as a more modern woman and as a comedian,” Brosnahan shared. She and Susie (Alex Borstein), their relationship is becoming more intimate. They are learning more about the reality of what this path they’ve
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2019 Emmy Nominations: Full List of Nominees

Live from the Wolf Theatre at Television Academy’s Saban Media Center came the announcement of the 2019 Emmy Nominations by actors D’Arcy Carden and Ken Jeong. A full list of all major awards in the fields of drama, comedy, limited series and variety/reality is below. Lead Actor in a Limited Series or TV Movie Mahershala Ali (True Detective) Benicio Del Toro (Escape at Dannemora) Hugh Grant (A Very English Scandal) Jared Harris (Chernobyl) Jharrel Jerome (When They See Us) Sam Rockwell (Fosse/Verdon) Lead Actress in a Limited Series or TV Movie Amy Adams (Sharp Objects) Patricia Arquette (Escape at Dannemora) Joey King (The Act) Niecy Nash (When They See Us) Michelle Williams (Fosse/Verdon) Aunjanue Ellis (When They See Us) Lead Actor in a Comedy Series Anthony Anderson (Black-ish) Don Cheadle (Black Monday) Ted Danson (The Good Place) Michael Douglas (The Kominsky Method) Bill Hader (Barry) Eugene Levy
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Emmys 2019: Full Nominations Announced

Alec Bojalad Jul 16, 2019

Check out the full list of Emmy Award 2019 nominations here. It's a good year for dragons, assassins, and nuclear meltdowns.

As someone on an HBO show once said: "The king stay the king." After briefly losing its title in 2018 as the network to receive the most Emmy nominations, HBO is back at the 2019 Emmys with a vengeance.

HBO leads all content providers in 2019 with an astounding and record-breaking 137 total nominations. That number is, of course, buoyed by the equally astonishing 32 nominations garnered for Game of Thrones' final season. HBO's numbers are the most eye popping but there are some other surprises throughout this year's nominations.

Schitt's Creek and Fleabag are unlikely but still welcome introductions to the Emmys with both garnering multiple nominations including nods for Outstanding Comedy Series. Last year's Outstanding Comedy winner The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel will welcome stiff competition in what is possibly
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Joey King Breaks Down in Tears Over First Emmy Nomination - and FaceTimes Patricia Arquette!

Joey King Breaks Down in Tears Over First Emmy Nomination - and FaceTimes Patricia Arquette!
Joey King had the sweetest reaction after finding out she's nominated for an Emmy for her role as Gypsy Rose Blanchard in The Act. She immediately broke down in tears upon hearing her name during the announcement on Tuesday morning, and she called it "the best moment in the world."

King shared a video of her emotional response on Instagram and wrote, "My work on The Act was the most fulfilling and challenging work I've gotten to do as an actress thus far. To be nominated for an Emmy in a category with such Incredible nominees by my side, especially Patricia, is the most surreal feeling. I haven't stopped crying. Gettin to call Patricia right after and share this moment with her is something I'll never forget."

Yep, that's correct - she FaceTimed Patricia Arquette immediately after hearing the news (and calling her mom), which makes her reaction that much more heartwarming.
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These lucky 44 performers are now first-time Emmy acting nominees

These lucky 44 performers are now first-time Emmy acting nominees
Happy inauguration! The 2019 Emmy nominations have just been announced, and there are 44 lucky performers who are now celebrating their first-ever nomination — or if they’re really lucky, nominations — in the acting categories.

The list below does not include first-time nominees for Best Reality Host, like Marie Kondo (“Tidying Up with Marie Kondo”) and Nick Offerman (“Making It”), or Best Narrator (Juliet Stevenson for “Queens Of Mystery”), but it does include someone like Phoebe Waller-Bridge (“Fleabag), whose only previous Emmy bid was in writing for “Killing Eve.”

See 2019 Emmy nominations: Here’s the complete list of nominees

1. Amy Adams: Best Limited Series/TV Movie Actress (“Sharp Objects”)

2. Alfie Allen: Best Drama Supporting Actor (“Game of Thrones”)

3. Michael Angarano: Best Drama Guest Actor (“This Is Us”)

4. Asante Blackk: Best Limited Series/TV Movie Supporting Actor (“When They See Us”)

5. Marsha Stephanie Blake: Best Limited Series/TV Movie Supporting
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Game of Thrones and HBO break records with 2019 Emmy Award nominations

It’s final season may have left much of the fanbase feeling cold, but the conclusion to HBO’s epic fantasy series Game of Thrones seemed to go down a treat with Emmy voters as the show has earned an unprecedented 32 nominations at this year’s Emmy Awards, shattering the 25-year record set by NYPD Blue for the most nominations for a series in a single season.

HBO also scored a new record with a total of 137 nominations across all categories, including Chernobyl (19), Barry (17), True Detective (9), Veep (9), Deadwood (8), Sharp Objects (8) and Succession (5). Netflix followed in second with 117 nominations including When They See Us (16), Russian Doll (13), Ozark (9) and Glow (5).

Here’s a list of the nominees for the main categories, via EW…

Outstanding Drama Series

Better Call Saul

Bodyguard

Game of Thrones

Killing Eve

Ozark

Pose

Succession

This Is Us

Outstanding Comedy Series

Barry

Fleabag

The Good Place

The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel
See full article at Flickeringmyth »

Patricia Arquette Gets Double Acting Emmy Nom For ‘The Act’ & ‘Escape At Dannemora’

  • Deadline
Patricia Arquette Gets Double Acting Emmy Nom For ‘The Act’ & ‘Escape At Dannemora’
Patricia Arquette has doubled down in the Emmys nominations list this year, with nods for both her leading role in Showtime’s prison-based limited series Escape at Dannemora and for her supporting role in Hulu’s limited series The Act—both were based on real-life characters.

The last actress Emmy-nominated in two categories in the same year like this was Allison Janney in 2016, for Mom and Masters of Sex—a duo of awards she also actually won in 2014. Double nominations have been an interesting Emmy quirk in other instances too. For example Elisabeth Moss was nominated in 2013 for both her lead roles in Top of the Lake and in Mad Men. She was then expected to get another double nom in 2017 for The Handmaid’s Tale and for the second season of Lake, however, only the former was ultimately recognized.

In the Ben Stiller-directed Escape at Dannemora, Arquette plays Joyce Mitchell,
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