Emmy Award Nominations

The annual Emmy Nominations for primetime television were announced on July 14. Categories with nominees of genre interest are listed below. The winners will be announced on a televised broadcast on September 18.

Lead Actor in a Drama

  • Kyle Chandler in Bloodline
  • Rami Malek in Mr. Robot
  • Bob Odenkirk in Better Call Saul
  • Matthew Rhys in The Americans
  • Liev Schreiber in Ray Donovan
  • Kevin Spacey in House of Cards

Lead Actor in a Comedy

  • Anthony Anderson in black-ish
  • Aziz Ansari in Master of None
  • Will Forte in Last Man on Earth
  • William H. Macy in Shameless
  • Thomas Middleditch in Silicon Valley
  • Jeffrey Tambor in Transparent

Drama Series

  • The Americans
  • Better Call Saul
  • Downton Abbey
  • Game of Thrones
  • Homeland
  • House of Cards
  • Mr. Robot

Outstanding Character Voice-Over Performance

  • Family Guy: “Pilling Them Softly,” Seth MacFarlane as Peter Griffin, Stewie Griffin, Brian Griffin, Glenn Quagmire, Dr. Hartman, Tom Tucker, Mr. Spacely
  • South Park: “Stunning and Brave ,” Trey Parker as PC Principal, Cartman
  • South Park: “Tweek x Craig,” Matt Stone as Craig Tucker, Tweek, Thomas Tucker
  • SuperMansion: “Puss in Books,” Keegan-Michael Key as American Ranger, Sgt. Agony
  • SuperMansion: “The Inconceivable Escape of Dr. Devizo,” Chris Pine as Dr. Devizo, Robo-Dino

Outstanding Animated Program

  • Archer: “The Figgis Agency”
  • Bob’s Burgers: “The Horse Rider-er”
  • Phineas and Ferb Last Day of Summer
  • The Simpsons: “Halloween of Horror”
  • South Park: “You’re Not Yelping”

Outstanding Short Form Animated Program

  • Adventure Time: “Hall of Egress“
  • The Powerpuff Girls: “Once Upon A Townsville”
  • Robot Chicken: “Robot Chicken Christmas Special: The X-Mas United”
  • SpongeBob SquarePants: “Company Picnic”
  • Steven Universe: “The Answer”

Outstanding Production Design for a Narrative Contemporary or Fantasy Program (One Hour or More)

  • American Horror Story: Hotel, Mark Worthington, Production Designer; Denise Hudson, Art Director; Ellen Brill, Set Decorator
  • Game Of Thrones: “Blood Of My Blood,” “The Broken Man,” “No One,” Deborah Riley, Production Designer; Paul Ghirardani, Art Director; Rob Cameron, Set Decorator
  • House Of Cards: “Chapter 41,” “Chapter 47,” “Chapter 48,” Steve Arnold, Production Designer; Halina Gebarowicz, Art Director; Tiffany Zappulla, Set Decorator
  • The Man In The High Castle: “The New World,” Drew Boughton, Production Designer; Linda King, Art Director; Brenda Meyers-Ballard, Set Decorator
  • Penny Dreadful: “Fresh Hell,” “Evil Spirits In Heavenly Places,” “And Hell Itself My Only Foe,” Jonathan McKinstry, Production Designer; Jo Riddell, Art Director; Philip Murphy, Set Decorator

Outstanding Production Design for a Narrative Period Program (One Hour or More)

  • Downton Abbey: “Part 5,” “Part 7,” Donal Woods, Production Designer; Mark Kebby, Art Director; Linda Wilson, Set Decorator
  • Fargo: “Waiting For Dutch,” Warren A. Young, Production Designer; Elisabeth Williams, Art Director; Shirley Inget, Set Decorator
  • The Knick: “Ten Knots,” “The Best With The Best To Get The Best,” Howard Cummings, Production Designer; Laura Ballinger Gardner, Art Director; Regina Graves, Set Decorator
  • Masters Of Sex: “The Excitement Of Release,” “Surrogates,” “Party Of Four,” Elizabeth H. Gray, Production Designer; Valerie Green, Art Director; Halina Siwolop, Set Decorator
  • Outlander: “Not In Scotland Anymore,” “Faith,” Jon Gary Steele, Production Designer
    Nicki McCallum, Art Director; Gina Cromwell, Set Decorator

Outstanding Production Design for a Narrative Program (Half-Hour or Less)

  • The Big Bang Theory: “The Positive Negative Reaction,” “The Big Bear Precipitation,” John Shaffner, Production Designer; Francoise Cherry-Cohen, Art Director; Ann Shea, Set Decorator
  • The Muppets: “The X Factor,” “Pigs In A Blackout,” “Single All The Way,” Don Diers, Set Decorator
  • Silicon Valley: “Two In The Box,” “Bachmanity Insanity,” “Daily Active Users,” Richard Toyon, Production Designer; Oana Bogdan, Art Director; Jennifer Mueller, Set Decorator
  • Transparent: “Kina Hora,” “The Book of Life” “Man on the Land,” Cat Smith, Production Designer; Macie Vener, Art Director; Susan Mina Eschelbach, Set Decorator
  • Veep: “The Eagle,” “C**tgate,” Jim Gloster, Production Designer; Karen Steward, Art Director; Kimberly Wannop, Set Decorator

Outstanding Casting for a Drama Series

  • Downton Abbey, Jill Trevellick, CDG, Casting Director
  • Game Of Thrones, Nina Gold, CSA, Casting Director; Robert Sterne, CSA, Casting Director; Carla Stronge, Casting Director
  • House Of Cards, Laray Mayfield, CSA, Casting Director; Julie Schubert, CSA, Casting Director
  • Mr. Robot, Susie Farris, CSA, Casting Director; Beth Bowling, CSA, Casting Director; Kim Miscia, CSA, Casting Director
  • Orange Is The New Black, Jennifer Euston, CSA, Casting Director

Outstanding Cinematography for a Multi-Camera Series

  • The Big Bang Theory: “The Convergence Convergence,” Steven V. Silver, ASC, Director of Photography
  • Mom: “Sticky Hands And A Walk On The Wild Side,” Steven V. Silver, ASC, Director of Photography
  • Nicky, Ricky, Dicky & Dawn: “Go Hollywood,” John Simmons, ASC, Director of Photography
  • The Soul Man: “White Trash,” George Mooradian, ASC, Director of Photography

Outstanding Cinematography for a Single-Camera Series

  • Bates Motel: “A Danger To Himself And Others,” John S. Bartley, ASC, Director of Photography
  • Downton Abbey: “Episode 9,” Graham Frake, Director of Photography
  • Game Of Thrones: “Home,” Greg Middleton, CSC, Director of Photography
  • Gotham: “Azrael,” Crescenzo Giacomo Notarile, ASC, AIC, Director of Photography
  • Homeland: “The Tradition Of Hospitality,” David Klein, ASC, Director of Photography
  • House Of Cards: “Chapter 45,” David M. Dunlap, Director of Photography
  • The Man In The High Castle: “The New World,” James Hawkinson, Director of Photography

Outstanding Costumes for a Period/Fantasy Series, Limited Series or Movie

  • Downton Abbey: “Episode 8,” Anna Mary Scott Robbins, Costume Designer; Kathryn Tart, Assistant Costume Designer; Michael Weldon, Costume Supervisor
  • Game Of Thrones: “The Winds Of Winter,” Michele Clapton, Costume Designer; Chloe Aubry, Assistant Costume Designer; Sheena Wichary, Costume Supervisor
  • Outlander: “Not In Scotland Anymore,” Terry Dresbach, Costume Designer; Elle Wilson, Assistant Costume Designer; Nadine Powell, Assistant Costume Designer; Anna Lau, Costume Supervisor
  • The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story: “Marcia, Marcia, Marcia,” Hala Bahmet, Costume Designer; Marina Ray, Assistant Costume Designer; Elinor Bardach, Costume Supervisor
  • Roots: “Night One,” Ruth E. Carter, Costume Designer; Diana Cilliers, Costume Designer
    Meagan ‘Bijou’ Coates, Assistant Costume Designer; Hetta Burger, Assistant Costume Designer; Meagan McLaughlin Luster, Costume Supervisor; Gillian Gregg, Costume Supervisor

Outstanding Costumes for a Contemporary Series, Limited Series or Movie

  • American Horror Story: Hotel: “Chutes And Ladders,” Lou Eyrich, Costume Designer; Helen Huang, Assistant Costume Designer; Marisa Aboitiz, Costume Supervisor
  • Empire: “Past Is Prologue,” Paolo Nieddu, Costume Designer; Jennifer Salim, Assistant Costume Designer; Mary Lane, Costume Supervisor
  • The Good Wife: “End,” Daniel Lawson, Costume Designer; David Brooks, Assistant Costume Designer; Daniele Hollywood, Assistant Costume Designer; Angel Peart, Assistant Costume Designer
  • Grace And Frankie: “The Party,” Allyson B. Fanger, Costume Designer; Lori DeLapp, Costume Supervisor
  • Transparent: “Kina Hora,” Marie Schley, Costume Designer; Mark A. Summers, Costume Supervisor

Outstanding Directing for a Drama Series

  • Downton Abbey: “Episode 9,” directed by Michael Engler,
  • Game Of Thrones: “Battle Of The Bastards,” directed by Miguel Sapochnik
  • Game Of Thrones: “The Door,” directed by Jack Bender
  • Homeland: “The Tradition Of Hospitality,” directed by Lesli Linka Glatter
  • The Knick: “This Is All We Are,” directed by Steven Soderbergh
  • Ray Donovan: “Exsuscito,” directed by David Hollander

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