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Below, the list of TBS and TNT lead and supporting submissions for their comedies, dramas and limited series along with several other genres. More names might be added by the network before final Emmy paperwork deadlines. Also note that performers not included on this list may well be submitted by their personal reps.
“AFI Tribute To Diane Keaton”
Movie/Limited Series Actor – Daniel Bruhl
Movie/Limited Series Supporting Actress – Dakota Fanning
Movie/Limited Series Supporting Actor – Luke Evans, Ted Levine,
Still Eligible: No.
Hot Streak: A nominee from HBO or FX has won this category nine times in the last 10 years — Laura Linney’s victory for “The Big C: Hereafter” in 2013 is the lone standout.
Fun Fact: Helen Mirren has the most trophies in this category. She’s won four times, including two for the “Prime Suspect” series.
Can Laura Dern become an Emmy winner two years in a row? After snagging her first trophy last year for “Big Little Lies,” Dern seems fated to snag another nomination (at least) for her hailed turn in HBO’s “The Tale.” The film earned rave reviews out of Sundance before the premium cable network picked it up, and the beloved Dern is front-and-center in the landmark cinematic memoir.
But she’s not the only one earning early Emmy buzz. Jessica Biel generated a
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Heimann delved deep into research to find instances of women defying conventions in the Old West. She discovered photos of female miners, builders and farm
Currently, North Carolina can celebrate the Oscar wins for Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri and the forthcoming theatrical release of Sundance hit American Animals, a Kentucky-set story directed by British director Bart Layton that was mostly shot near Charlotte, including at Davidson College.
These two films coincidentally both have British production companies – Blueprint Pictures and Raw, respectively, and Film4 backs both features. They are a clear signal to both Us and international producers that Nc is open for filming, after a confusing few years.
After a golden era welcoming shoots
Described by Variety’s Stewart Clarke as “an actor at the top of their game during this golden age of scripted television,” Dockery, striking in a one-strap full-length red evening gown, told a packed Palais des Festivals crowd that in the last decade, “pretty well as long as I’ve been doing TV,” television had “transformed enormously.” “I feel extremely fortunate to
Dockery said that even when she was a child she was a performer – impersonating politicians and other famous people for her parents’ amusement. Her training at Guildhall drama school gave her a classical training best suited to a career on the stage. It also ingrained in her the idea that she should see herself as part of an ensemble,
In 2010, the British stage actress got her TV breakthrough playing Lady Mary Crawley in Downton Abbey, a big-budget period drama that launched at the start of a global boom in high-end series. After 6 hit seasons of Downton (which garnered Dockerty one Golden Globe and three Emmy nominations for her performance), she shifted to the U.S., playing thief and con artist Letty Raines on TNT's Good Behavior, one of a new wave of cutting edge dramas coming out of the American cable channels. And, last year, she starred as...
But even in the early prime of what promises to be a long and fruitful career, the British actress has recently delivered a enviable string of indelible television performances — as “Downton Abbey’s” mercurial Lady Mary, “Good Behavior’s” reforming bad girl Letty Raines and “Godless’” hardened frontierswoman Alice Fletcher. She is now appearing in Paddy Chayefsky’s “Network” at London’s National Theatre.
“Now that we’re in the golden age of television, I think it’s long overdue,” Coben told IndieWire. “I think everyone now is chomping at the bit for it. I’m really excited. I’m looking forward to walking around the convention hall, and looking at all the variety of TV that’s around, and the new perspectives. South Korea, Mexico, Israel — I really look forward to seeing what they’re doing with storytelling, because it’s just going to be different.”
Coben, as president of the jury, will be joined on the panel by actress Paula Beer (Germany
Jessica Biel, “The Sinner”
Laura Dern, “The Tale”
Michelle Dockery, “Godless”
Queen Latifah, “Flint”
Elisabeth Moss, “Top of the Lake: China Girl”
Carey Mulligan, “Collateral”
Hayley Atwell, “Howards End”
Edie Falco, “The Menendez Murders”
Dakota Fanning, “The Alienist”
Sarah Paulson, “American Horror Story: Cult”
Outstanding Comedy Series
Outstanding Comedy Series
Outstanding Limited Series
Outstanding Reality-Competition Series
SEEthe teaser for the second season of “The Handmaid’s Tale.”
Moss would be the first actress to achieve the feat twice if she pulls off a pair of nominations this year.
Moss would be the first actress to achieve the feat twice if she pulls off a pair of nominations this year. Alan Alda is the only actor who has been simultaneously
The award, which recognizes outstanding achievement in acting that has been praised by both fans and critics, will be presented to Dockery on April 7 at the competition opening ceremony for Canneseries. The actress is known for her work as Lady Mary Crawley on “Downton Abbey,” for which she was nominated for three Emmys and a Golden Globe. In the last year, she has also taken on roles as gun-toting widow Alice Fletcher on “Godless” and sultry con artist Letty Raines on “Good Behavior.”
According to the early predictions of hundreds of Gold Derby users, the strongest streaming contender for Best Limited Series appears to be “Godless,” which ranks third with 7/2 odds. The seven-episode Western starring Jeff Daniels, Jack O’Connell and Michelle Dockery premiered last November, and it got off to a strong start in the awards season with a nomination for Daniels at the SAG Awards and bids for Daniels, O’Connell and Best Limited Series at the Critics’ Choice Awards. Oscar nominated creator Scott Frank (“Out of Sight,
Who tried it: Diana Pearl, People writer/reporter
Difficulty: 2/10 — The only thing that’s challenging about attending a glamorous white-tie event is lasting the entire night in heels.
I have a lot of philosophies in life. Among them: Always order the side of fries, naps are important to mental health, and if life hands you the opportunity to get over-the-top dressed up, take it.
So when an invitation to the Viennese Opera Ball landed in my inbox, I quickly read up on the event.
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