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Best Comedy Series

People who added this item 143 Average listal rating (92 ratings) 7.6 IMDB Rating 8.2
Veep (2012)

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Two straight wins, and is somehow continuing to be funny in the face of the most absurd political climate in U.S. history. It faces some tougher competition this year, but it would be an all-time shock to see it miss a nomination.

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PGA, WGA and Golden Globe winner; it's this year's hit freshman series, and could even take top prize this year.

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Double writing/directing nominations last year, and continues to do well in with Guild awards. Should stay here for another season.

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Despite the embarrassment of the Chris Brown episode, Black-ish continues to do well with Critics and audiences. Nods from PGA and SAG bode well for broad support.

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Likely in but the lack of Guild support, as well as the last season premiering way back in September, concerns me. It would be a surprising miss, but not a completely unexpected one.

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Another, like Transparent, that is probably in but isn't a complete lock.

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Another critically-acclaimed season, but it's premiering so late that I'm curious as to how much momentum it can gain. Still see it in though; this category isn't the most loaded.

Other Possibilities


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After seven nominations and five wins, I think Modern Family's time as an Emmy darling has come to an end. The seven above are just too respected, adored and timely to take out. It could certainly take one of the spots (or this category could even go to eight nominees), but there's just no buzz for this show anymore.

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Could Girls' swan song break back in after three straight misses? It's possible, the final season got strong reviews, but it'll be tough for HBO to get three nominees in; plus, the show is still divisive.

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Another HBO possibility that could surprise. It's more likely in other categories though; more in a minute.

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Best Drama Series

People who added this item 498 Average listal rating (325 ratings) 8.2 IMDB Rating 8.9

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PGA and SAG wins make a Stranger Things nomination a statistical guarantee. One of those wins would be strong; both means it may have the power to take top prize.

2.

It's a big historical series that has been scoring nominations left and right (though it did miss any recognition at the PGAs, DGAs, and WGAs). It's also British; this should fill the Downton Abbey slot nicely.

3.

One of the few likely holdovers from last season; The Americans is still a critic's darling, and won top prize at the WGAs. More than likely in.

4.

DGA, PGA, SAG, and WGA nominations, as well as being HBO's major horse in this year's race. It'll be in.

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Did well with the Guilds, and is still one of the best reviewed series on television. While not a total lock (it's small enough that it could fall under the radar in this year's class of freshman), it would still be a surprise to see it miss.

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Didn't premiere until the last day of eligibility, but it's still an incredibly noteworthy series, especially since it's televisions top political drama in the age of Trump. Could it find a way to stay fresh, or will it seem tame in comparison to the real world?

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Could Hulu finally break into the pack? The Handmaid's Tale has opened to stellar reviews, and a sense of timeliness in the face of the current political climate. It's one that premiered recently, so there's no sense in how it'll do with the guilds, but the acclaim has been quite loud. I think the show's themes, along with the quality, will be enough to get it in.

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This year's biggest new hit could finally bring network television back into the Emmy fray. Critics were fond, and the prospect of getting a bigger audience for the ceremony is likely weighing on voters minds. It's just that voters often favor cable/streaming prestige picks than network series. The last time many predicted a network series, it was Empire two years ago. We were all burned, and I see a similar scenario playing out this time. Likely a contender in other categories though.

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Homeland's recent season drew a mixed response, and will have a harder time going up against so many freshman contenders. Showtime has shown a great knack for getting it's series recognized, but it just seems too tough to pull it off this time.

10.

It's likely the best reviewed show on television, but the The Leftovers seems doomed to live a fate of being too good to nominate. It could surprise, but that seems like too long a longshot.

11.

Mr. Robot's second season disappointed many, and likely won't have the power to overcome all of the new contenders this year. The emmys love repeat nominees though, so it could surprise.

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Best Limited Series

People who added this item 405 Average listal rating (232 ratings) 8.5 IMDB Rating 9
Fargo (2014)

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Last Summer's hit has the awards pedigree and a timely story. While I wouldn't call it the favorite (any of #1-#4 could win), it's probably the most likely most likely nominee.

2.

The last two seasons have been nominated (the first season won) and while S3 isn't getting the acclaim that others have (thus far, at least), it's still one of the best shows on television and a lock to be nominated.

3.

Another HBO hit that captured the zeitgeist. The show's starry cast and pointed commentary ensure it a nomination.

4.

Even if it hadn't been any good, it would've made it in. Luckily, Feud was a strong dollop of kitsch infused with surprising weight about old Hollywood and sexism. It's in.

5.

Seems like a default pick in an otherwise sub-par season for the category. American Crime's last season didn't carry the weight that the first two did, and nobody was watching or even talking about (it was subsequently cancelled). I expect that it'll make it in, though it's the only of the five that doesn't seem assured.

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Another HBO series that made an impact, though with nowhere near as much impact as the two above. The Young Pope could make the cut, but it doesn't seem to have much juice pushing it forward. A solid possibility nevertheless.

7.

Another would-be prestige pick that didn't make much impact; Genius has strong support backing it, and National Geographic has showed some surprising power when it comes to getting it's history films in. Bit of a longshot, but could still surprise.

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The gay-themed epic miniseries with a litany of Emmy-nominated stars only got okay reviews at best, and ratings weren't great, but the series has a chance.
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Best Television Movie

People who added this item 3 Average listal rating (1 ratings) 7 IMDB Rating 0

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If The Abominable Bride could win this category, then the much better Lying Detective should have no issue getting nominated.

2.

HBO, De Niro as Madoff; it's in.

3.

HBO, Oprah; it's in.

4.

Black Mirror is taking a similar approach to Sherlock, as it's taking an episode and putting it up for best TV movie. With Netflix backing, and the respect that the episode garnered, I think it'll have similar success.

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I'll go with a wild card at #5; Killing Reagan rounds out the "Killing" trilogy, and both of the previous (Kennedy, Jesus) were nominated here. EP Bill O'Reilly's fall from grace, as well as being an overall dickhead, could hinder the film's chances, though it hasn't yet.

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Best Variety Series- Sketch

People who added this item 1076 Average listal rating (747 ratings) 7.4 IMDB Rating 8.1

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The likely winner.

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Lock.

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Likely in.

4.

In a depleted year, Drunk History is probably a lock.

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Will Comedy Bang! Bang! get a goodbye nomination. In a rather thin field, its got it's best chance yet.
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Best Variety Series- Talk

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Last year's winner should have no trouble getting another nomination.

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After surprisingly missing last year, Colbert has seen his ratings top the late night charts, and his status as one of late night's best political satirists return. He should make it back.

3.

Another solid year for Kimmel, plus his heartstrings-pulling account of his baby's heart problems should keep him in the pack.

4.

After missing last year, Bee has only grown stronger. I think she bursts through this time.

5.

Made it in last year, and is still a strong presence. Probably in.

6.

After a shaky first year, Noah has grown much more comfortable behind the anchor desk, and the material has continued to get stronger. I think he surprises this year.

Other Possibilities


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A perennial nominee who showed his ass a bit more than usual this year. He's had various controversies surrounding him this year, especially the recent N-Word scandal. I think those keep him from making it in again.

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Still does okay in the ratings, but his niceties towards Trump were greeted with outrage. Plus, Corden fills the likable goofball spot.

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He's really come along strongly in the age of Trump, with his "A Closer Look" segment often gaining acclaim. He's certainly a dark horse pick this time around.

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It surprised here last year, but our current political climate likely renders it less timely (Especially when compared to others).
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Best Actress in a Comedy Series

People who added this item 132 Average listal rating (87 ratings) 7.5 IMDB Rating 7.8

1.

Julia Louis-Dreyfus- Veep
She's won five straight, and is probably going to take it a sixth.

2.

Ellie Kemper- Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt
Kimmy Schmidt stills seems like its in the Emmy's good graces, so it would be surprising to see Kemper miss if the show does well overall.

3.

Tracee Ellis Ross- Black-ish
After a surprise nomination last year, and an even more surprising Golden Globe win this year, Ross seems looks to clarify her status as a perennial nominee.

4.

Issa Rae- Insecure
Now we get to the, seemingly, non-locks. Rae's case is probably the strongest; this has been a traditionally white category, and Insecure's positive critical response finally opens it for a little more diversity. Add in HBO backing and early buzz, she got a Globe nomination, and she's a solid pick.

5.

Lily Tomlin- Grace & Frankie
Tomlin is the name-recongnition nominee here; the show gets solid reviews, but she's a beloved comedy legend. She'll be in.

6.

Allison Janney- Mom
Janney is making the leap from supporting to lead this year, a move that worked fairly well for her in her West Wing days (she won two in lead). She could get muscled out by newer talent here, but she's a beloved Emmy figure that can probably get in from her name alone.

Other Possibilities


7.

Sarah Jessica Parker- Divorce
Reviews were okay-to-good, but SJP is a previous winner/perennial nominee back on her home turf (HBO). Solid spoiler possibility.

8.

Phoebe Waller-Bridge- Fleabag
Waller-Bridge this high may or may not be a big mistake. I could see myself over-inflating her chances because I think she should be in, but could also see her performance as being stirring enough that it'll hook some voters. Amazon Prime has shown more power than once thought beyond Transparent (they helped Catastrophe get a writing nod last year), but it's such a dark horse pick that Ii'm not too confident she'll get in. So, #8 seems fair.

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Jane Fonda- Grace & Frankie


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Lena Dunham- Girls
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Best Actor in a Limited Series or TV Movie

People who added this item 34 Average listal rating (21 ratings) 8.7 IMDB Rating 0

1.

Robert De Niro- The Wizard of Lies
Lock.

2.

Ewan McGregor- Fargo
Playing two roles (for most of the season, at least) on an Emmy favorite show; he should be in.

3.

John Turturro- The Night Of
Turturro is an actor's actor, and he got a strong part in The Night Of. With HBO backing, and (already) SAG support, he should be in.

4.

Riz Ahmed- The Night Of
As does Ahmed, who had arguably the meatier role in the show. Both got SAG/Globe nominations, and have HBO backing. Ahmed should probably be in.

5.

Benedict Cumberbatch- Sherlock: The Lying Detective
Cumberbatch has made it in for his last three Sherlock seasons, so it would be rather surprising to see him miss in thinner field than usual.

6.

Jude Law- The Young Pope
This last spot came down to two actors. After weighing them, I think Law has a slightly better shot. While he's not playing the historical role of #7, its a standout performance playing a religious figure for HBO. It'll be close, but I think that'll win out.

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Geoffrey Rush- Genius.
Rush is a respected actor, and the fact that he's playing a real person boosts his chances mightily, but Genius. has made little-to-no impact. Reminds me a bit of the actors (Anthony Hopkins and Ian McKellen) from The Dresser last year; they're well-liked, but no buzz.
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Best Actress in a Drama Series

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The Crown (2016)

1.

Claire Foy- The Crown
Won the Globe and, more importantly, the SAG. She's a lock for a nomination.

2.

Elisabeth Moss- The Handmaid's Tale
One-time perennial nominee, Moss is roaring back this year with one of the most hyped new shows. She's getting superb reviews, and the show looks to make a serious impact at this year's awards.

3.

Viola Davis- How to Get Away with Murder
The show isn't really in any conversations anymore, but Davis is so damn respected that it would be a shocker to see her miss.

4.

Keri Russell- The Americans
Made it in last year, and will likely stay in for the show's last two seasons.

5.

Robin Wright- House of Cards
Despite HOC's mixed response for season 5, Wright should likely make it in. She's yet to miss, and continues to prove why her character is the co-lead.

6.

Claire Danes- Homeland
Many are bailing on Homeland, so take this with a grain of salt, but I still Danes will make the cut. She's a two-time winner, voters usually keep nominating previous winners, and Showtime is always pretty strong when it comes to getting their actors nominated.

Other Possibilities


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Evan Rachel Wood- Westworld
She won the Critics' Choice Award and got a Golden Globe nomination, but missed a SAG nomination, the best indicator for these. It's very close; voters tend to keep doing the same thing over, but she has HBO backing her. I think she misses, just barely.

8.

Christine Baranski- The Good Fight
Baranski got six nominations for The Good Wife, and is still quite respected, but I'm just not sure how well CBS All Access will play with Academy voters. Will it be able to shine through a series of better known streaming services?

9.

Carrie Coon- The Leftovers
Deserves to be nominated, but probably has a better chance with Fargo.

10.

Mandy Moore- This is Us
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Best Actor in a Comedy Series

People who added this item 46 Average listal rating (27 ratings) 7 IMDB Rating 7.1
Black-ish (2014)

1.

Jeffrey Tambor- Transparent
Won two in a row, could take a third.

2.

Donald Glover- Atlanta
Took the Critics' Choice Award, and the Golden Globe, and has the hot new show in the comedy category. Could easily win this.

3.

Anthony Anderson- Black-ish
Locked in, could pull of a surprise win.

4.

Aziz Ansari- Master of None
Should make the cut again.

5.

William H. Macy- Shameless
Won the SAG; statistically, a SAG winner has never missed a nomination in their respective category. He'll be in.

6.

Thomas Middleditch- Silicon Valley
Nominated last year, and should probably repeated thanks to the show's critical support, and this category's incredible thinness.

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7.

Will Forte- The Last Man on Earth
Nominated for the first two seasons, Forte has some strong support for his work. The show, however, has no buzz, and many would be forgiven for forgetting its still on.

8.

Neil Patrick Harris- A Series of Unfortunate Events


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Ted Danson- The Good Place


10.

Hank Azaria- Brockmire
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Best Actress in a Limited Series or TV Movie

People who added this item 24 Average listal rating (13 ratings) 7.5 IMDB Rating 8.7
Feud (2017)

1.

Nicole Kidman- Big Little Lies
Gave what many felt was a career-best performance in Big Little Lies; Kidman is guaranteed a nomination, though this category is way too tough to call a frontrunner now.

2.

Jessica Lange- Feud: Bette & Joan
Lock, probably in the top-tier for potential winners.

3.

Susan Sarandon- Feud: Bette & Joan
Unlike with What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?, both leads will be nominated.

4.

Reese Witherspoon- Big Little Lies
Strong performance and HBO backing should be enough to get Witherspoon in the group.

5.

Carrie Coon- Fargo
Things get a little tougher in these last two spots, but I think Coon will be make it in. She's had an excellent season on Fargo, she even got her own episode, plus she'll get residual respect from The Leftovers.

6.

Oprah Winfrey- The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks
Oprah and HBO; there are a few strong contenders for the last spot, but few have that star power, or big backing.

Other Possibilities


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Bryce Dallas Howard- Black Mirror: Nosedive
Black Mirror could surprise across the board, and Howard has already gotten a SAG nomination for her efforts in "Nosedive". Could surprise.

8.

Viola Davis- Custody
As mentioned earlier, Davis is one of the more respected actresses around, though Ii'm not sure about her chances her. Lifetime movies do surprisingly well here, but her already likely nomination for HTGAWM makes me think voters will go for newer names here.

9.

Felicity Huffman- American Crime
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Best Actor in a Drama Series

People who added this item 355 Average listal rating (165 ratings) 8.3 IMDB Rating 8.7

1.

Bob Odenkirk- Better Call Saul
With House of Cards and Mr. Robot proving somewhat disappointing this time out, Odenkirk's series remains the most steadfast. While he's no guarantee to win, he's probably the most likely to be nominated.

2.

Rami Malek- Mr. Robot
Last year's winner was still quite strong in Mr. Robot's lesser second season. Should be in.

3.

Sterling K. Brown- This is Us
A winner last year; Brown scored a SAG nomination for This is Us, and is consistently praised as the ensembles strongest member. While not a lock (first-timers can't be locks unless there's a groundswell of support), he seems pretty damn close to one.

4.

Kevin Spacey- House of Cards
Despite the show's slip in quality, Spacey should probably be safe. He's got a couple of SAG awards for the show, and he's a multiple Oscar winner.

5.

Matthew Rhys- The Americans
Likely in the same boat as his Americans costar; it took a while to get here, but they'll stay here.

6.

Liev Schrieber- Ray Donovan
There are a lot of choices for this last spot but, as I said earlier, Showtime is pretty strong when it comes to getting its actors in. He'll always be on the edge, but I'm guessing he gets his third nomination.

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Anthony Hopkins- Westworld
Hopkins is a legend, and HBO is always a strong campaigner, but I'm not sure people are going to buy Hopkins in lead. Despite other dubious campaigns, Hopkins is not front and center on the show. I see him missing, barely.

8.

Kyle Chandler- Bloodline
He got two straight nominations for the show, and is a previous winner here, but Bloodline's last season was a mess, with no buzz coming from it. He could still get in, but I'm unconvinced.

9.

Billy Bob Thornton- Goliath
Won the Golden Globe, though one could argue that that was the result of him being the biggest and newest name in the category. Plus, the show has very little heat coming off of it, and premiered way back in October. He could get in, but doesn't seem likely.

10.

Justin Theroux- The Leftovers
Gave consistently excellent work; Theroux is a longshot pick here, with his only possibility coming from hurricane of goodbye Leftovers love. Not totally out of the question though.
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Best Supporting Actor in a Limited Series/TV Movie

People who added this item 1787 Average listal rating (1052 ratings) 8.7 IMDB Rating 9.2
Sherlock (2010)

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Stanley Tucci- Feud: Bette and Joan
Lock.

2.

Alfred Molina- Feud: Bette and Joan
Lock.

3.

Martin Freeman- Sherlock: The Lying Detective
He won for His Last Vow, and gives arguably his finest performance of the series in this one. It would be surprising to see him miss.

4.

David Thewlis- Fargo
Fargo has made it into this category for the last two seasons (twice for season two) and, despite a more timid reaction to this season, I think that'll hold again this time out. Thewlis's unsettling work is the likeliest for the show here; its the kind of performance that voters remember.

5.

Hank Azaria- The Wizard of Lies
From what I've read he's not in it much, but Azaria is a scene-stealer in the film, and an Emmy favorite to boot. No lock, but HBO movies is strong here.

6.

Alexander Skarsgård- Big Little Lies
Playing the series' most terrifying presence, Skarsgård was captivating throughout. While I could see him missing to more traditional picks, his work, I think, will be too hard to ignore.

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Michael Stuhlbarg- Fargo
A strong part of the ensemble, but is it a "big" enough performance to hit? Could go either way.

8.

Reg E. Cathey- The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks
Consummate Emmy favorite (he won for House of Cards in an HBO movie; he's got a solid shot.

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Michael K. Williams- The Night Of

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Idris Elba- Guerrilla
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Best Supporting Actress in a Drama Series

People who added this item 668 Average listal rating (342 ratings) 8.4 IMDB Rating 9

1.

Thandie Newton- Westworld
Consistently singled out as the show's highlight, Newton also scored a SAG and Golden Globe nod, as well as winning the Critics' Choice Award. Probably a lock.

2.

Millie Bobby Brown- Stranger Things
She's the show's breakout star, and a SAG nomination. Close to a lock.

3.

Winona Ryder- Stranger Things
Another critically acclaimed Stranger Things star; another SAG nominee. Probably in.

4.

Chrissy Metz- This is Us
One of This is Us's breakouts, Metz got a Golden Globe nomination. Not a lock, but the show's success and this categories lack of clarity make her a solid bet.

5.

Margo Martindale- The Americans
She's only recurring on the show, but Martindale is one of the TV Academy's favorite actresses and she's won twice for the show (Best Guest Actress). In a rather depleted year, I'm willing to bet on a wildcard.

6.

Patricia Clarkson- House of Cards
Cards is always surprisingly strong at getting its performers nominated, and Clarkson is one of the more respected actresses around. She's only in seven of the show's 13 episodes, but Ii think she makes a big enough impression.

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Vanessa Kirby- The Crown

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Uzo Aduba- Orange is the New Black

9.

Maura Tierney- The Affair

10.

Vera Farmiga- Bates Motel
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Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series

People who added this item 1116 Average listal rating (704 ratings) 7.7 IMDB Rating 8.5
Modern Family (2009)

1.

Alec Baldwin- Saturday Night Live
He's mocking the president, and often getting a direct response from the infant. It would honestly be surprising if he misses.

2.

Tony Hale- Veep
He's been nominated four straight times, won twice, and is having a banner season. He's in.

3.

Tituss Burgess- Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt
The Lemonade parody should be enough, on its own, to get him in. It helps that the he was excellent throughout Kimmy's third season.

4.

Louie Anderson- Baskets
Won last year, but seems to be flying under the radar this time. Probably still in, though there have been a few instances of winners missing the very next year.

5.

Ty Burrell- Modern Family
Even with the show slipping critically, Burrell is still the show's most celebrated star. His continued presence here, as well as consecutive nominations at the SAG awards, point to another year here. It is close here towards the bottom though, as there are several possibilities. Not a lock, but probably the most likely of the lower group.

6.

Timothy Simons- Veep
Simons is, somewhat, close to Veep's Trump surrogate, and he's been gaining some notoriety for it. It's a wild card pick, but Veep did get two spots here last year. If they go for two this time, Simons seems like he would be the most likely (though Matt Walsh could still come back).

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7.

Andre Braugher- Brooklyn Nine-Nine
Braugher is a pretty respected presence with the TV Academy, but Nine-Nine just isn't part of many conversations anymore and that hurts his chances. He could easily make it back in, but I just see too many other possibilities this time.

8.

Brian Tyree Henry- Atlanta
Had a breakout turn on one of television's hottest new shows. If this category was weaker, I'd have him in, but as it is I'm uncertain. The cases for the above seem stronger than the one for him. Still a strong possibility.

9.

Matt Walsh- Veep
Made it in last year, but this year looks much stronger.

10.

T.J. Miller- Silicon Valley
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Best Supporting Actress in a Limited Series/TV Mov

People who added this item 35 Average listal rating (15 ratings) 7.4 IMDB Rating 7.8

1.

Judy Davis- Feud: Bette and Joan
Frequent Emmy nominee playing a legendary Hollywood figure; a lock.

2.

Laura Dern- Big Little Lies
Lock

3.

Regina King- American Crime
She's won the last two years; despite the show's lack of attention, she should be back this time.

4.

Kathy Bates- American Horror Story: Roanoke
Bates is extremely respected, and has been nominated here thrice (including winning once). She had probably the most awards-friendly performance of the season, so she should be in.

5.

Mary Elizabeth Winstead- Fargo
Fargo has had at least one nominee here for it's first two seasons, and Winstead has proven herself to be this season's stealth MVP. It gets close at the bottom, but I think she'll be in.

6.

Shailene Woodley- Big Little Lies
Woodley had one of the show's most emotional storylines, and she handled it quite well. In a normal year, she'd probably be a lock, but this category is pretty damn strong. Younger stars are usually at a disadvantage to older, more respected actors in these supporting categories, and that could definitely happen here, but Woodley has one of the year's hottest shows, and HBO backing. It's close, but I think she'll make it.

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Michelle Pfeiffer- The Wizard of Lies
Fun fact, HBO has gotten at least one actress from a TV Movie here every year since 2003; i.e. I'm probably pretty stupid for snubbing her. While Pfeiffer is a strong contender, there does seem to be something of a cold shoulder being extended to HBO Movies over the past couple of years. The Normal Heart got a 16 nominations and could only win two; Bessie won but nobody cared; All the Way couldn't even win top prize. It's probably nothing, but I think voters are bored, and looking in other areas.

8.

Sarah Paulson- American Horror Story: Roanoke
Paulson is pretty beloved by the TV Academy, but she didn't have much to do in Roanoke and she won just last year. She's a solid bet, but I don't think the urge is there, and their looking at other actresses.

9.

Jackie Hoffman- Feud: Bette and Joan

10.

Catherine Zeta-Jones- Feud: Bette and Joan
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This Is Us (2016)

1.

John Lithgow- The Crown
Probably the winner.

2.

Jeffrey Wright- Westworld
Not a lock, though Wright is a pretty respected actor, and his work made a huge impact to one of this year's hit freshman series.

3.

Ron Cephas Jones- This is Us
Jones had one of This is Us's most emotional stories, and "Memphis" is as winning a tape as they come. After #1, there aren't any locks, but I feel he's got a pretty damn good shot.

4.

Ed Harris- Westworld
Harris did some menacing work in Westworld's first season and, more importantly, his highly respected. With HBO backing him, he's got a strong chance at a nomination.

5.

Jared Harris - The Crown
Now we're getting into the, slight, longshots; Harris is strong presence in the first half of The Crown's first season playing a role that once anchored a Best Picture Oscar winner, The King's Speech. It's a strong performance playing a real person; in any other year, he'd be a lock. This year, he's a strong, stealth contender.

6.

Michael McKean- Better Call Saul
This is the longshot of the category. While his costar Banks has been here the last two years, Banks had very little to do this season while McKean turned in some all-time great work. While voters can be monotonous with their picks, I think it'd be tough to ignore his work.

Other Possibilities


7.

Jonathan Banks- Better Call Saul
Like I said, voters continue to go with the same people often. Also, even a little of Banks' work goes a long way.

8.

Michael Kelly- House of Cards
He's been nominated for the past two seasons and, honestly, he probably had a stronger season this year than last. This miss is more to do with the category, seemingly, being a lot stronger than last year, and House of Cards not getting the warmest of receptions this year. He could definitely make it in this year though (Note: I've had him out for the past two years, and he's made it in, so consider that I'm talking completely out of my ass).

9.

Jon Voight- Ray Donovan
Still fun in the role but with the excess of contenders this year, as well as his vocal support of Trump, I see him sitting out. Showtime is strong though, so it too is a solid possibility

10.

David Harbour- Stranger Things
A strong season, as well as the big SAG award speech, make a Harbour nomination a outside possibility.
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Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series

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Transparent (2014)

1.

Kate McKinnon- Saturday Night Live
Lock.

2.

Judith Light- Transparent
After a first season snub, Light made it in last year, and another critically acclaimed season bodes well for her chances of returning.

3.

Anna Chlumsky- Veep
While she hasn't had a lot to do this season, Chlumsky is likely a lock to get her fifth nomination.

4.

Rita Moreno- One Day at a Time
Moreno is a legend, and the show's solid reception should help her make the cut. In a light category, that should be enough.

5.

Jane Krakowski- Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt
She, surprisingly, missed out last year, but this year looks to have a less full lineup. It helps that she had a bit more to do on the series in its third season.

6.

Andrea Martin- Great News
It came down to Hoffmann and Martin for my sixth spot, but my gut is leading me towards the comedy pro Martin. She's won twice, and pure comedy roles often overshadow dramedy ones. It's very close though.

Other Possibilities


7.

Gaby Hoffmann- Trasparent
Double nominee could certainly make the cut again this year.

8.

Zazie Beetz- Atlanta

9.

Mayim Bialik- The Big Bang Theory

10.

Amy Landecker- Transparent
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Best Writing for a Drama Series

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The Americans (2013)

1.

Joel Fields & Joe Weisberg- The Americans: "The Soviet Division"
As, likely, the only series returning here from last year (Mr. Robot and UnReal are still eligible, but both had sophomore slumps), The Americans is probably the only genuine lock here. "The Soviet Division" is the only episode submitted, so this'll be the one.

2.

Peter Morgan- The Crown: "Assassins"
The Crown is one of this year's most championed freshman series, so a writing nomination seems likely. There is, also, an excess of respect for writers who write every episode (this is also true of directors), which is what Morgan has done. "Assassins", arguably the show's best episode, seems like a pretty strong contender.

3.

Bruce Miller- The Handmaid's Tale: "Offred"
The Handmaid's Tale is another new show expected to hit hard, and new shows usually do well here. "Offred" is the show's pilot, and it's only submission, and pilots have a long, fruitful history here.

4.

Lisa Joy & Jonathan Nolan- Westworld: "The Bicameral Mind"
Another show that smartly opts for a one episode submission; Westworld's mind-fuck like structure is sure to impress those who focus on scripts. HBO backing; should be in.

5.

Gordon Smith- Better Call Saul: "Chicanery"
After a surprising miss last year, I'm thinking that this category will be thin enough to let a little bit of Saul in. It was tough to pick one, the show had an excess of excellence this year, but I'm going with "Chicanery". The episode has been labeled one of, if not, the series best, and Smith is the only Saul writer to score a nod for the show (for season one's "Five-O"). The submissions could split votes, the show submitted seven of the ten season three episodes, but I still see this one standing out as the most "written".

6.

Tom Perrotta & Damon Lindelof and Tom Spezialy- The Leftovers: "The Book of Nora"
There are a few strong possibilities, but its just hard for me to fathom that The Leftovers wouldn't receive at least one writing nomination. This may be more of a plea than prediction, but the show received a surprising amount of love in its final season; even people who once hated it seemed to come around. There are two submission, "Certified" is another strong episode, but "The Book of Nora" was the show's heralded finale, and writer Damon Lindelof has a strong record here (five writing nominations for Lost). Pick with caution, but I'm going for it.

Other Possibilities


7.

Dan Fogelman- This is Us: "Memphis"
I was pretty damn close to putting "Memphis" in my final six. It's likely the show's best episode and Fogelman is the show's creator, but I think the episode will be remembered more for the performances than the script. The show submitted six episodes, any of which could make the cut ("The Trip" would be the next most likely), but not the Pilot, which I think would've easily made it in. It's not the best episode, but it's the most notably written; the twist, the first of many, was so well executed that I could see a lot of people going with it.

8.

The Duffer Brothers- Stranger Things: "Chapter One: The Vanishing Of Will Byers"
Stranger Things was a breakout hit, and stands a good chance of picking up few awards, but praise for the writing was often forgotten in favor of the acting and directing (where it will show up).

9.

Gennifer Hutchison- Better Call Saul: "Lantern"
As already mentioned, the episode is pretty damn great.

10.

Noah Hawley- Legion: "Chapter 1"
Hawley is one of the heavy-hitter TV auteurs of the moment, and has been nominated a couple of times for Fargo (he won for season one as a producer). Legion was very well-received, with a pilot that should be a narrative clusterfuck, but Hawley finds a way to keep the train running. It's got an outside shot.

11.

Vera Herbert- This is Us: "The Trip"
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Best Writing for a Comedy Series

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1.

David Mandel- Veep: "Groundbreaking"
Veep is still the likely frontrunner for the top prize, and should make the writing category again. Last year, the show got two episodes in; they may be able to do it again. Of the two episodes that they submitted, "Georgia" and "Groundbreaking", I see the latter as having the better chance. Sure, "Groundbreaking" premiered near the end of voting, but Mandel's the showrunner and that's almost always a plus. It also helps that he was nominated here last year.

2.

Donald Glover- Atlanta: "B.A.N."
Atlanta is this year's big new comedy freshman and, as such, it'll be a major contender in various categories. The show submitted two episodes and, while "Streets on Lock" might've been more well-received and could easily be nominated, I see "B.A.N" getting the tip. Donald Glover is the show's creator and star, and I see his name recognition, as well as the episode's uniqueness, hitting many of the voters.

3.

Alec Berg- Silicon Valley: "Success Failure"
Silicon Valley has been nominated here every year, and "Success Failure" is the show's only submission. Seems pretty likely.

4.

Stephen Glover- Atlanta: "Streets on Lock"
One of the two Atlanta submission, plus a WGA nominee; "Streets on Lock" help set the series tone, as well as receiving strong reviews.

5.

Aziz Ansari & Lena Waithe- Master of None: "Thanksgiving"
Master of None won this category last year, and the show has two well received submissions this year; "New York, I Love You" and "Thanksgiving". Both could make it in, but I see "Thanksgiving"'s ambitious generational story, as well as gender and race and sexuality, will strike the same emotional strings that "Parents" did last year.

6.

Billy Kimball- Veep: "Georgia"
I'm probably going to be wrong (predicting that two shows take two nominations here for two straight years is asking to be proven wrong), but I guessing the Veep love is strong. While the season hasn't been the most acclaimed, it's going up against a crazier reality than the fictionalized one it presents, and doing it pretty successfully. "Georgia" got solid reviews, and HBO is just so damn strong.

Other Possibilities


7. Rob Delaney & Sharon Horgan- Catastrophe: "Episode 5"
8. Lena Dunham & Jenni Konner & Judd Apatow- Girls: "Latching"
9. Faith & Jill Soloway- Transparent: "To Sardines and Back"
10. Phoebe Waller-Bridge- Fleabag: "Episode 1"
11. Aziz Ansari & Alan Yang and Cord Jefferson- Master of None: "New York, I Love You"
12. Kenya Barris- Black-ish: "Lemons"
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The Night Of (2016)

1.

David E. Kelley- Big Little Lies
Kelley wrote the whole series; he's locked in.

2.

Noah Hawley- Fargo: "The Law of Vacant Places"
This is the only Fargo episode submitted, and the show has been nominated for both its previous seasons; it's probably in.

3.

Richard Price & Steven Zaillian- The Night Of: "The Call of the Wild"
"The Call of the Wild" is the only episode that is being submitted for The Night Of; it would be surprising to see this series not make the cut.

4.

Ryan Murphy- Feud: Bette and Joan: "And The Winner Is... (The Oscars Of 1963)"
Feud submitted four episodes, half of its eight, so it could be any of the episodes, or multiple (hell, all of them could make it in for all I know), but I'd put money on the '63 Oscars episode. It's arguably the best, and easily the "biggest", as well as the most "campy"; while the show outgrew it's camp originals, this was easily the most fun episode of the bunch, and the likeliest to stand out.

5.

Steven Moffat- Sherlock: The Lying Detective
Moffat won here for the last regular season episode, and the show has been nominated for each of its three seasons. "The Lying Detective" is arguably the show's best since the second season, and features some of the cleverest and twisty writing of the series. While it could end up missing the cut (people may finally be weary of the series), I see history repeating itself.

6.

Charlie Brooker- Black Mirror: San Junipero
I'm going with something of a wild card here and taking Black Mirror for the last spot. It's the type of critical darling, outside pick that voters could rally around. It also helps that after the first few, this category seems rather thin.

Other Possibilities


7. Gina Welch- Feud: Bette and Joan: "You Mean All This Time We Could Have Been Friends?"
8. Sam Levinson and Sam Baum & John Burnham Schwartz- The Wizard of Lies
9. Andrew Haigh & Michael Lannan- Looking: The Movie
10. Jaffe Cohen & Michael Zam and Ryan Murphy- Feud: Bette and Joan: "Pilot"
11. Tim Minear- Feud: Bette and Joan: "Mommie Dearest"
12. Ricky Gervais- David Brent: Life On The Road
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Best Directing for a Comedy Series

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Atlanta (2016)

1.

Donald Glover- Atlanta: "B.A.N."
Pretty much everything I said in the writing category about "B.A.N." could apply here. It's probably in.

2.

Jill Soloway- I Love Dick: "A Short History of Weird Girls"
I don't see I Love Dick being a big player overall, but Soloway has won this prize twice in a row for Transparent, but doesn't have a submission for that series. I see her name recognition carrying her to another nomination, and possible win.

3.

Dale Stern- Veep: "Justice"
Veep got three episodes in here last year, but I don't see that happening again; just too crowded this year. Of the three episodes submitted, "Justice" seems like the most likely. "Justice" is also, arguably, the most notably directed of the season; which always helps.

4.

Mike Judge- Silicon Valley: "Server Error"
Judge has been nominated here for Silicon Valley's first three seasons, and there's really nothing that would hint that they're growing tired of nominating. The episode premiered right before the end of the voting deadline, but his name recognition should carry him in.

5.

Aziz Ansari- Master of None: "The Thief"
Ansari was nominated here last year, so there's name recognition. It also helps that the "black & white" episode will automatically stand out as the "most" directed.

6.

Andrea Arnold- Transparent: "If I Were A Bell"
Soloway has been the series consistent winner here, but the series is still very well directed overall. Of the three submissions, "If I Were A Bell" seems like the most likely; it's a flashback episode a number of big moments. It's a standout episode, and those are always strong here.

Other Possibilities


7. Dave Mandel- Veep: "Groundbreaking"
8. Barry Jenkins- Dear White People: "Chapter V"
9. Jamie Babbit- Silicon Valley: "Intellectual Property"
10. Morgan Sackett- Veep: "Blurb"
11. Barry Sonnenfeld- A Series of Unfortunate Events: "The Bad Beginning: Part One"
12. Louis C.K.- Better Things: "Sam (Pilot)"
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Westworld (2016)

1.

Jonathan Nolan- Westworld: "The Bicameral Mind"
With the directing categories, the "biggest" usually wins; either the biggest name (Fincher, Scorsese) or the biggest episode ("Battle of the Bastards", "Mother's Mercy"). "The Bicameral Mind" certainly fits the bill; a 90-minute finale that answers a few mysteries and gives us a few more. The series submitted three directors, but Nolan is the series creator and a recognizable name. HBO has won this category six out of the last ten years (five of which have been in the 2010s).

2.

The Duffer Brothers- Stranger Things: "Chapter One: The Vanishing of Will Byers"
The Duffers of the show's creators, and pilots are often respected more than others. Should be in.

3.

Stephen Daldry- The Crown: "Hyde Park Corner"
Daldry is an Oscar nominee and "Hyde Park Corner" is the only submission for the series; it's probably in.

4.

Reed Morano- The Handmaid's Tale: "Offred"
As I've mentioned countless times, pilots are often given an extra dose of respect because they set the tone for the series. If the series that follows is well-liked, then a great deal of that comes from that first director's influence. Morano does just that with "Offred", creating the series' atmosphere and setting up one of the year's most respected shows. Not a lock, but a solid bet.

5.

Noah Hawley- Legion: "Chapter 1"
Legion's pilot sets up one of the strangest and most unique tones in recent television history. The fact that this thing is as it is is a testament to Hawley's abilities as a director. Big and unique often do well here, and I guessing that this one does the trick.

6.

Frederick E.O. Toye- Westworld: "Trompe L'Oeil"
Big shows often get two episodes in the same category; we've seen it the last two years with Game of Thrones, and other HBO staples like Boardwalk Empire and The Sopranos have as well. Westworld is a large enough production that I could see mulitple episodes receiving enough respect to make the cut.

Other Possibilities


7. Glenn Ficarra & John Requa- This is Us: "Memphis"
8. Lesli Linka Glatter- Homeland: "America First"
9. David Hollander- Ray Donovan: "Rattus Rattus"
10. Chris Long- The Americans: "The Soviet Division"
11. David Slade- American Gods: "The Bone Orchid"
12. Craig Zobel- The Leftovers: "The Most Powerful Man In The World (And His Identical Twin Brother)"
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1.

Jean-Marc Vallée- Big Little Lies
Directed every episode; could be the winner.

2.

Steven Zaillian- The Night Of: "The Beach"
Zaillian is an Oscar winner who directed most of the series; should be in.

3.

Noah Hawley- Fargo: "The Law of Vacant Places"
Fargo has been nominated here for both of its first two seasons, winning for the first. Of the four submitted, Hawley's name recognition seems the likeliest to make an impact.

4.

Ryan Murphy- Feud: Bette and Joan: "And The Winner Is… (The Oscars Of 1963)"
Essentially the exact same reasoning for this in the writing category.

5.

Nick Hurran- Sherlock: The Lying Detective

6.

Barry Levinson- The Wizard of Lies


Other Possibilities


7. Paolo Sorrentino- The Young Pope
8. Mike Uppendahl- Fargo: "The Narrow Escape Problem"
9. James Marsh- The Night Of: "The Art of War"
10. Kenny Leon & Alex Rudzinski- Hairspray Live!
11. Ron Howard- Genius: "Einstein: Chapter One"
12. Gwyneth Horder-Payton- Feud: Bette and Joan: "You Mean All This Time We Could Have Been Friends?"
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Best Live-Action Programs

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The Voice (2011)

Best Variety Special


1. The Kennedy Center Honors
2. Carpool Karaoke Primetime Special 2017
3. Louis C.K. 2017
4. Amy Schumer: The Leather Special
5. Full Frontal With Samantha Bee Presents Not The White House Correspondents' Dinner
6. Stephen Colbert's Live Election Night Democracy's Series Finale: Who's Going To Clean Up This Sh*t?

Other Possibilities

7. David Cross: Making America Great Again!
8. Sarah Silverman: A Speck Of Dust
9. Late Night With Seth Meyers New Year's Eve Special
10. CONAN in Mexico
11. Triumph Summer Election Special 2016
12. Trevor Noah: Afraid Of The Dark


Best Special Class Program


1. The 70th Annual Tony Awards
2. Super Bowl LI Halftime Show Starring Lady Gaga
3. The Oscars
4. NBC Presents The XXXI Olympiad Opening Ceremony
5. Hairspray Live!

Other Possibilities

6. 75th Anniversary Peabody Awards
7. 74th Annual Golden Globes
8. 23rd Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards


Best Children's Program


1. Girl Meets World
2. School of Rock
3. Anne with an "E"
4. An American Girl Story- Melody 1963: Love Has to Win
5. Degrassi: Next Class

Other Possibilities

6. An American Girl Story- Ivy & Julie 1976: A Happy Balance
7. Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade 90th Celebration
8. An American Girl Story- Maryellen 1955: Extraordinary Christmas
9. Once Upon a Sesame Street Christmas


Best Reality-Competition Program


1. The Voice
2. The Amazing Race
3. Dancing with the Stars
4. Project Runway
5. Top Chef
6. Rupaul's Drag Race

Other Possibilities

7. So You Think You Can Dance
8. American Ninja Warrior
9. Match Game
10. MasterChef Junior
11. Chopped
12. America's Got Talent


Best Informational Series or Special


1. Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown
2. Vice
3. Inside the Actors Studio
4. The Story of God with Morgan Freeman
5. Bill Nye Saves the World

Other Possibilities

6. StarTalk with Neil deGrasse Tyson
7. Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath
8. Captive
9. Antiques Roadshow: Best of 20
10. This Is Life with Lisa Ling


Best Structured Reality Program


1. Shark Tank
2. Antiques Roadshow
3. Undercover Boss
4. Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives
5. Mythbusters: The Search
6. Property Brothers

Other Possibilities

7. Lip Sync Battle
8. Who Do You Think You Are?
9. Little Big Shots
10. Long Lost Family


Best Unstructured Reality Program


1. Born This Way
2. Deadliest Catch
3. Intervention
4. United Shades of America with W. Kamau Bell
5. Gaycation with Ellen Page
6. Black Market with Michael K. Williams

Other Possibilities

7. Wahlburgers
8. I Am Jazz

Best Short Form Series (Comedy or Drama)


1. Brown Girls
2. Hack Into Broad City
3. The Young Hillary Diaries
4. Con Man
5. Fear the Walking Dead: Passage

Other Possibilities

6. Dream Corp LLC
7. Superstore Training Videos
8. Drive Share
9. Bajillion Dollar Propertie$: Pocket Listings
10. The Admired

Best Short Form Variety Series


1. Epic Rap Battles of History
2. Honest Trailers
3. The Daily Show- Between The Scenes
4. Behind The Voice
5. Betch

Other Possibilities

6. Film Theory
7. Good Mythical Morning
8. 73 Questions
9. The Star Wars Show
10. WIRED's Autocomplete Interviews


Best Short Form Nonfiction or Reality Series


1. National Endowment for the Arts: United States of Arts
2. Dear President Trump
3. Born This Way: Home Movies
4. Jay Leno's Garage
5. FEUD: Bette and Joan- Inside Look

Other Possibilities

6. Viceland at The Women’s March
7. Women Of Influence
8. Black Photoshop History
9. Behind the Palace Doors: On the Set with The Crown
10. Creating Saturday Night Live
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Best Animation

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Bob's Burgers (2011)

Best Animated Program


1. The Simpsons: "The Town"
2. South Park: "Member Berries"
3. Archer: "Archer Dreamland: No Good Deed"
4. Bob's Burgers: "Bob, Actually"
5. Samurai Jack: "XCIII"

Other Possibilities

6. Bojack Horseman: "Fish Out of Water"
7. Family Guy: "Peter's Lost Youth"
8. Regular Show: "A Regular Epic Final Battle Part 2"
9. American Dad!: "Whole Slotta Love"
10. Animals: "Squirrels"


Best Short-Format Animation


1. Adventure Time: "Islands Part 4: Imaginary Resources"
2. Mickey Mouse: "Split Decisions"
3. Steven Universe: "Mr. Greg"
4. Mike Tyson Mysteries: "The Farmer's Daughter"
5. 3 a.m.

Other Possibilities

6. Teen Titans Go!: "Orangins"
7. Trumpocalypse: "Episode 5"
8. Transformers: Combiner Wars: "Homecoming"
9. Tangled: Short Cuts: "Checkmate"
10. Marvel's Rocket & Groot: "Space Walk"

Best Character Voice-Over Performance


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Best Narrator


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Best Documentary or Nonfiction Series


1. American Masters
2. Chef's Table
3. Five Came Back
4. The Circus: Inside the Greatest Political Show on Earth
5. The Keepers

Other Possibilities

6. Planet Earth II
7. Years of Living Dangerously
8. TIME: The Kalief Browder Story
9. 30 for 30
10. The Great War (American Experience)


Best Documentary or Nonfiction Special


1. 13th
2. Amanda Knox
3. Trumped: Inside The Greatest Political Upset Of All Time
4. The Beatles: Eight Days A Week- The Touring Years
5. L.A. Burning: The Riots 25 Years Later

Other Possibilities

6. A House Divided (Vice Special Report)
7. I Am Heath Ledger
8. American Jihad
9. Before the Flood
10. The 44th President: In His Own Words
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Best Acting

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Ray Donovan (2013)

Best Guest Actress in a Drama Series


1. Gillian Anderson- American Gods: "Lemon Scented You"
2. Alexis Bledel- The Handmaid's Tale: "Late"
3. Carrie Preston- The Good Fight: "Stoppable: Requiem for An Airdate"
4. Alison Wright- The Americans: "The Soviet Division"
5. Ann Dowd- The Leftovers: "The Most Powerful Man In The World (And His Identical Twin Brother)"
6. Cicely Tyson- How to Get Away with Murder: "Go Cry Somewhere Else"

Other Possibilities

7. Mary-Louise Parker- Billions: "With or Without You"
8. Laverne Cox- Orange is the New Black: "Doctor Psycho"
9. Kristin Chenowith- American Gods: "Come to Jesus"
10. Shannon Purser- Stranger Things: "Chapter Three: Holly, Jolly"
11. Cloris Leachman- American Gods: "The Secret of Spoons"
12. Jane Lynch- The Good Fight: "Self Condemned"


Best Guest Actor in a Comedy Series


1. Tom Hanks- Saturday Night Live: "Host: Tom Hanks"
2. Hugh Laurie- Veep: "Blurb"
3. Matthew Rhys- Girls: "American Bitch"
4. Dave Chappelle- Saturday Night Live: "Host: Dave Chappelle"
5. Josh Charles- Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt: "Kimmy is a Feminist!"
6. Ray Liotta- Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt: Kimmy Pulls Off a Heist!"

Other Possibilities

7.Peter Scolari- Girls: "Full Disclosure"
8. Jon Hamm- Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt- "Kimmy Gets Divorced?!"
9. Riz Ahmed- Girls: "All I Ever Wanted"
10. Aziz Ansari- Saturday Night Live: "Host: Aziz Ansari"
11. Shoukath Ansari- Master of None: "Religion"
12. Lin-Manuel Miranda- Saturday Night Live: "Host: Lin-Manuel Miranda"


Best Guest Actor in a Drama Series


1. Hank Azaria- Ray Donovan: "Norman Saves the World"
2. Gerald McRaney- This is Us: "The Big Day"
3. Ben Mendelsohn- Bloodline: "Part 32"
4. Dylan Baker- The Good Fight: "Self Condemned"
5. Beau Bridges- Masters of Sex: "A Private Affair"
6. Ben Vareen- Sneaky Pete: "Lieutenant Bernhardt"

Other Possibilities

7. David Strathairn- Billions: "The Kingmaker"
8. Orlando Jones- American Gods: "The Secret Of Spoons"
9. Matthew Perry- The Good Fight: "Not So Grand Jury"
10. Mark Margolis- Better Call Saul: "Sabrosito"
11. Denis O'Hare- This is Us: "Last Christmas"
12. Shaun Toub- Homeland: "alt.truth"


Best Guest Actress in a Comedy Series


1. Carrie Fisher- Catastrophe: "Episode 6"
2. Melissa McCarthy- Saturday Night Live: "Host: Melissa McCarthy"
3. Laura Dern- Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt: "Kimmy Can't Help You!"
4. Kristen Wiig- Saturday Night Live: "Host: Kristen Wiig"
5. Maya Rudolph- Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt: "Kimmy Does A Puzzle!"
6. Angela Bassett- Master of None: "Thanksgiving"

Other Possibilities

7. Laurie Metcalf- The Big Bang Theory: "The Conjugal Conjecture"
8. Christine Baranski- The Big Bang Theory: "The Conjugal Conjecture"
9. Elizabeth Banks- Modern Family: "Do You Believe In Magic"
10. Jane Adams- Atlanta: "Nobody Beats The Biebs"
11. Sally Phillips- Veep: "Georgia"
12. Rachel Dratch- Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt: "Kimmy Googles The Internet!"


Best Actor in a Short Form Series


1. Ty Burrell- Boondoggle
2. John Michael Higgins- Tween Fest
3. Stephen Merchant- Dream Corp LLC
4. Alan Tudyk- Con Man
5. Patrick J . Adams- Pillow Talk

Other Possibilities

6. Doug Benson- The High Court
7. Jason Ritter- Tale of Titans
8. Jason Gedrick- Trouble Creek
9. Ben Schwartz- The Earliest Show
10. Demetri Martin- Our Fascinating Planet


Best Actress in a Short Form Series


1. Jane Lynch- Dropping the Soap
2. Lauren Lapkus- The Earliest Show
3. Mishel Prada- Fear the Walking Dead: Passage
4. Mindy Sterling- Con Man
5. Kelsey Scott- Fear the Walking Dead: Passage

Other Possibilities

6. Iliza Shlesinger- Forever 31
7. Tracy Perez- The Strain: Under Siege
8. Mandell Maughan- Bajillion Dollar Propertie$: Pocket Listings
9. Jess Nurse- Everyone I Love is Dead
10. Katharine "Kat " Kramer- Child of the 70s


Best Host for a Reality or Reality-Competition Program


1. RuPaul Charles- RuPaul's Drag Race
2. Heidi Klum and Tim Gunn- Project Runway
3. Tom Bergeron- Dancing with the Stars
4. Steve Harvey- Big Little Shots
5. W. Kamau Bell- United Shades Of America with W. Kamau Bell
6. Alec Baldwin- Match Game

Other Possibilities

7. Cat Deeley- So You Think You Can Dance
8. Anthony Anderson- To Tell the Truth
9. Michael K. Williams- Black Market with Michael K. Williams
10. Ellen Page and Ian Daniel- Gaycation with Ellen Page
11. Jeff Probst- Survivor
12. Phil Keoghan- The Amazing Race
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Best Directing

Best Directing for a Variety Series


1. Don Roy King- Saturday Night Live: "Host: Jimmy Fallon"
2. Paul Pennolino- Last Week Tonight with John Oliver: "Multi-Level Marketing"
3. Tim Mancinelli- The Late Late Show with James Corden: "Episode 0250"
4. Dave Diomedi- The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon: "Episode 0600"
5. Jim Hoskinson- The Late Show with Stephen Colbert: "Episode 0179"

Other Possibilities

6. Andy Fisher-Jimmy Kimmel Live!: "The (RED) Show"
7. Derek Waters and Jeremy Konner- Drunk History: "Hamilton"
8. Phil Heyes- Dancing with the Stars: "Disney Night"
9. Alex Buono and Rhys Thomas- Documentary Now!: "Juan Likes Rice & Chicken"
10. Jonathan Krisel- Portlandia: "Carrie Dates A Hunk"


Best Directing for a Variety Special


1. Jonathan Demme- Justin Timberlake + The Tennessee Kids
2. Tim Mancinelli and Glenn Clements- Carpool Karaoke Primetime Special 2017
3. Glenn Weiss- The Oscars
4. Louis C.K.- Louis C.K. 2017
5. Amy Schumer- Amy Schumer : The Leather Special

Other Possibilities

6. Hamish Hamilton- Super Bowl LI Halftime Show Starring Lady Gaga
7. Paul Pennolino- Full Frontal With Samantha Bee Presents Not The White House Correspondents' Dinner
8. Danny Tull and Nathan Rissman- Madonna: Rebel Heart Tour
9. Alexander J. Vietmeier- Late Night With Seth Meyers New Year's Eve Special
10. Alex Coletti- 2017 Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame Induction Ceremony


Best Directing for Nonfiction Programming


1. Ava DuVernay- 13th
2. Ezra Edelman- O.J.: Made in America: "Part 3"
3. Laurent Bouzereau- Five Came Back: "The Price of Victory"
4. Alexis Bloom and Fisher Stevens- Bright Lights: Starring Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds
5. Ron Howard- The Beatles : Eight Days A Week - The Touring Years

Other Possibilities

6. Rod Blackhurst and Brian McGinn- Amanda Knox
7. Bertram van Munster- The Amazing Race: "Bucket List Type Stuff"
8. Ryan White- The Keepers: "Conclusion"
9. Orlando Von Einsiedel- The White Helmets
10. Alex Gibney- Zero Days
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Best Casting/Choreography

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Best Casting for a Comedy Series


1. Veep
2. Silicon Valley
3. Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt
4. Atlanta
5. Modern Family

Other Possibilities

6. Transparent
7. Black-ish
8. Girls
9. Master of None
10. Drunk History


Best Casting for a Drama Series


1. The Crown
2. Westworld
3. Stranger Things
4. This is Us
5. Orange is the New Black

Other Possibilities

6. House of Cards
7. The Handmaid's Tale
8. The Americans
9. Mr. Robot
10. The Leftovers


Best Casting for a Limited Series, Movie, or Special


1. Feud: Bette and Joan
2. Big Little Lies
3. Fargo
4. The Night Of
5. The Wizard of Lies

Other Possibilities

6. Sherlock: The Lying Detective
7. The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks
8. When We Rise
9. The Young Pope
10. Black Mirror: Nosedive


Best Casting for a Reality Program


1. RuPaul's Drag Race
2. Dancing with the Stars
3. The Voice
4. Born This Way
5. Top Chef

Other Possibilities

6. Intervention
7. Shark Tank
8. Little Big Shots
9. The Bachelor
10. Big Brother


Best Choreography


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Best Cinematography

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Best Cinematography for a Multi-Camera Series


1. Steven V. Silver- The Big Bang Theory: "The Conjugal Conjecture"
2. Steven V. Silver- Mom: "Good Karma And The Big Weird"
3. Gary Baum- One Day at a Time: "Quinces"
4. Christian La Fountaine- 2 Broke Girls: "And the Planes, Fingers and Automobiles"
5. George Mooradian- Best Friends Whenever: "Revenge Of The Past, Part 2"

Other Possibilities

6. Gary Baum- Superior Donuts: "Crime Time"
7. Donald A. Morgan- The Ranch: "Easy Come, Easy Go"
8. Gary Baum- Man With a Plan: "Valentine's Day"
9. Greg Heschong- Fuller House: "Curse Of Tanner Manor"
10. Jim Roberson- School of Rock: "Brilliant Disguise"


Best Cinematography for a Single Camera Series (Half Hour)


1. Mark Schwartzbard- Master of None: "Buono Notte"
2. Christian Sprenger- Atlanta: "The Streisand Effect"
3. Jim Frohna- Transparent: "If I Were a Bell"
4. David Miller- Veep: "Quatar"
5. Tobias Datum- Mozart in the Jungle: "Now I Will Sing"
6. David Franco- Z: The Beginning of Everything: "Lights, Camera, Fitzgerald"

Other Possibilities

7. Tim Suhrstedt- Silicon Valley: "Success Failure"
8. Jim Frohna- I Love Dick: "Cowboys And Nomads"
9. Anette Haellmigk- Insecure: "Racist as F**k"
10. Reed Morano- Divorce: "Pilot"
11. Tony Miller- Fleabag: "Episode 6"
12. Giles Dunning- Baskets: "Circus"


Best Cinematography for a Single Camera Series (One Hour)


1. Adriano Goldman- The Crown: "Smoke and Mirrors"
2. Paul Cameron- Westworld: "The Original"
3. Colin Watkinson- The Handmaid's Tale: "Offred"
4. Dana Gonzales- Legion: "Chapter 1"
5. James Hawkinson- The Man In The High Castle: "Fallout"
6. Tim Ives- Stranger Things: "Chapter Eight: The Upside Down"
7. David M. Dunlap- House of Cards: "Chapter 64"

Other Possibilities

8. Jeffrey Jurr- Westworld: "The Well-Tempered Clavier"
9. John S. Bartley- Bates Motel: "The Cord"
10. Jo Willems- American Gods: "The Bone Orchid"
11. Crescenzo Notarile- Gotham: "The Red Queen"
12. David Klein- Homeland: "America First"
13. Robert McLachlan- Westworld: "Contrapasso"
14. Lol Crawley- The OA: "Homecoming"


Best Cinematography for a Limited Series or Movie


1. Yves Bélanger- Big Little Lies: "You Get What You Need"
2. Dana Gonzales- Fargo: "The Law Of Vacant Places"
3. Robert Elswit- The Night Of: "The Beach"
4. Neville Kidd- Sherlock: The Lying Detective
5. Craig Wrobleski- Fargo: "Who Rules the Land of Denial"

Other Possibilities

6. Nelson Cragg- Feud: Bette and Joan: "And The Winner Is... (The Oscars Of 1963)"
7. Igor Martinović- The Night Of: "Subtle Beast"
8. Luca Bigazzi- The Young Pope: "Episode 1"
9. Seamus McGarvey- Black Mirror: Nosedive
10. Eigil Bryld- The Wizard of Lies


Best Cinematography for a Nonfiction Program


1. Planet Earth II: "Islands"
2. Planet Earth II: "Cities"
3. Five Came Back: "The Price of Victory"
4. The White Helmets
5. Anthony Bourdain Parts Unknown: "Rome"

Other Possibilities

6. The Ivory Game
7. 13th
8. O.J.: Made in America: "Part 4"
9. Before the Flood
10. Vice: "When The Earth Melts/The Displaced"


Best Cinematography for a Reality Program


1. Life Below Zero: "Loaded"
2. Deadliest Catch: "Uncharted Territory"
3. The Amazing Race: "Bucket List Type Stuff"
4. Survivor: "The Stakes Have Been Raised"
5. Project Runway: "An Unconventional Launch Party"
6. Gaycation with Ellen Page: "India"

Other Possibilities

7. Alaska: The Last Frontier: "Winter is Coming"
8. Intervention: "Jonel"
9. Running Wild with Bear Grylls: "Julianne Hough"
10. The Voice: "The Blinds Auditions Season Premiere, Night 1"
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Best Commercial/Costumes

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Best Commerical


1. "The Billion Color Film"- Samsung
2. "Equality"- Nike
3. "The Human Family"- Apple
4. "Live Super Bowl"- Snickers
5. "Frankie's Holiday"- Apple

Other Possibilities

6. "Balloons"- Apple
7. "Year in Search 2016"- Google
8. "We Are America"- Ad Council
9. "Graduation"- Principal Financial Group Life Insurance
10. "Why I March"- Women's March On Washington


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


1. The Crown: "Wolferton Splash"
2. Feud: Bette and Joan: "And The Winner Is… (The Oscars Of 1963)"
3. Victoria: "The Clockwork Prince"
4. The Handmaid's Tale: "Offred"
5. Westworld: "The Original"

Other Possibilities

6. A Series of Unfortunate Events: "The Bad Beginning: Part Two"
7. Z: The Beginning Of Everything: "Lights, Camera, Fitzgerald"
8. Penny Dreadful: "Predators Far and Near"
9. Emerald City: "Everybody Lies"
10. Harlots: "Episode 101"


Best Costumes for a Contemporary Series, Limited Series, or Movie


1. American Horror Story: Roanoke: "Chapter 1"
2. Transparent: "To Sardines and Back"
3. The Young Pope: "Episode 5"
4. Big Little Lies: "You Get What You Need"
5. Sherlock: The Lying Detective

Other Possibilities

6. Empire: "Light in Darkness"
7. Fargo: "The Law Of Vacant Places"
8. This is Us: "Moonshadow"
9. Grace and Frankie: "The Art Show"
10. The Good Fight: "Social Media and Its Discontents"


Best Costumes for a Variety, Nonfiction, or Reality Programming


1. Hairspray Live!
2. Saturday Night Live: "Host: Emily Blunt"
3. Rupaul's Drag Race: "Oh. My. Gaga."
4. Dancing with the Stars: "Halloween Night"
5. Drunk History: "Landmarks"

Other Possibilities

6. American Playboy: The Hugh Hefner Story: "Members Only: The Playboy Club"
7. Making of the Mob: "St. Valentine's Day Massacre"
8. The American West: "Outlaw Rising"
9. Maya & Marty: "Will Forte/Amy Poehler/Jerry Seinfeld"
10. Michael Bolton's Big, Sexy Valentine's Day Special
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Best Hairstyling/Makeup

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Best Hairstyling for a Single-Camera Series


1. The Crown: "Hyde Park Corner"
2. Penny Dreadful: "Ebb Tide"
3. Harlots: "Episode 101"
4. Westworld: "Contrapasso"
5. A Series of Unfortunate Events: "The Bad Beginning: Part Two"

Other Possibilities

6. Victoria: "The Clockwork Prince"
7. Masters of Sex: "Freefall"
8. Z: The Beginning of Everything: "The It Girl"
9. Taboo: "Episode 4"
10. The Man in the High Castle: "Kintsugi"


Best Hairstyling for a Multi-Camera Series or Special


1. Saturday Night Live: "Host: Dwayne Johnson"
2. Hairspray Live!
3. Dancing with the Stars: "A Night at the Movies"
4. Maya & Marty: "Steve Martin/Tina Fey"
5. RuPaul's Drag Race: "Oh. My. Gaga!"

Other Possibilities

6. The Voice: "1214A- Live Playoffs, Night 1"
7. So You Think You Can Dance: "Finale"
8. Portlandia: "Carrie Dates a Hunk"
9. The Oscars
10. Michael Bolton's Big, Sexy Valentine's Day Special


Best Hairstyling for a Limited Series or Movie


1. Feud: Bette and Joan: "Pilot"
2. American Horror Story: Roanoke
3. Emerald City: "Lions in Winter"
4. Genius: "Einstein: Chapter One"
5. The White Princess: "Burgundy"

Other Possibilities

6. The Rocky Horror Picture Show: Let's Do the Time Warp Again
7. Fargo: "The Law of Vacant Places"
8. The Wizard of Lies
9. Big Little Lies
10. Sherlock: The Lying Detective


Best Makeup for a Single-Camera Series (Non-Prosthetic)


1. Penny Dreadful: "Perpetual Night"
2. A Series of Unfortunate Events: "The Miserable Mill: Part 2"
3. Vikings: "All His Angels"
4. Westworld: "The Original"
5. Harlots: "Episode 101"

Other Possibilities

6. American Gods: "Come to Jesus"
7. Stranger Things: "Chapter Eight: The Upside Down"
8. The Strain: "The Fall"
9. The Handmaid's Tale: "Offred"
10. Bates Motel: "The Cord"


Best Makeup for a Multi-Camera Series or Special (Non-Prosthetic)


1. Saturday Night Live: "Host: Alec Baldwin"
2. Hairspray Live!
3. Dancing with the Stars: "Halloween Night"
4. RuPaul's Drag Race: "Oh. My. Gaga!"
5. MADtv "Episdoe #1.4"

Other Possibilities

6. Maya & Marty: "Steve Martin/Tina Fey"
7. The Voice: "1214A- Live Playoffs, Night 1"
8. Portlandia: "Separation Anxiety"
9. Lip Sync Battle: "Matt McGorry Vs. Bellamy Young"
10. So You Think You Can Dance: "Top 8-6 Perform/Results"


Best Makeup for a Limited Series or Movie (Non-Prosthetic)


1. American Horror Story: Roanoke
2. Feud: Bette and Joan
3. Emerald City: "The Beast Forever"
4. Fargo: "The Law of Vacant Places"
5. The Rocky Horror Picture Show: Let's Do The Time Warp Again

Other Possibilities

6. Genius
7. Killing Reagan
8. The Wizard of Lies
9. Big Little Lies
10. Black Mirror: Nosedive


Best Prosthetic Makeup for a Series, Limited Series, Movie, or Special


1. American Horror Story: Roanoke
2. Penny Dreadful: "No Beast So Fierce"
3. A Series of Unfortunate Events: "The Bad Beginning: Part One"
4. The Walking Dead: "The Day Will Come When You Won't Be"
5. American Gods: "Lemon Scented You"
6. Westworld: "The Original"

Other Possibilities


7. Saturday Night Live: "Host: Alec Baldwin"
8. Tracey Ullman's Show: "Episode 1"
9. Santa Clarita Diet: "So Then a Bat or a Monkey"
10. The Magicians: "The Flying Forest"
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Best Interactive Media

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Conan (2010)

Best Interactive Program


1. The Late Late Show with James Corden
2. CONAN
3. @midnight with Chris Hardwick
4. Saturday Night Live Multiplatform Experience
5. This Is Us Multiplatform Experience

Other Possibilities

6. The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon
7. Talking Dead
8. Last Week Tonight with John Oliver
9. Hairspray Live! Multiplatform Experience
10. The Late Show with Stephen Colbert Interactive Experience


Best Original Interactive Program


1. Deepak Chopra- Finding Your True Self
2. HITRECORD x ACLU: Are You There Democracy? It's Me, the Internet
3. The People's House- Inside the White House with Barack and Michelle Obama
4. Star Trek: Bridge Crew
5. Edge Of Space

Other Possibilities

6. On Stage: Major Lazer
7. Live Telenovela: El Hogar es Donde Está La Casa
8. Virtually Mike & Nora
9. OMG We're Coming Over
10. ASTEROIDS!


Best Interactive Media Within a Scripted Program


1. Stranger Things VR Experience
2. Westworld
3. The Man in the High Castle: Resistance Radio
4. The Mr. Robot Virtual Reality Experience
5. The Simpsons- Planet of the Couches

Other Possibilities

6. Letters to Dick
7. Archer PI App
8. It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia: Project Badass VR Experience
9. The Expanse: Battle on Mars
10. Outcast Interactive Trailer : Possession Begins


Best Interactive Media Within a Unscripted Program


1. Stand for Rights: A Benefit for the ACLU w/ Tom Hanks
2. Stand Up To Cancer: #Reasons2StandUp
3. The Voice on Snapchat Show
4. The Circus in 360
5. Make Mars Home

Other Possibilities

6. America's Got Talent
7. The Grand Tour : X-Ray
8. The Oscars: All Access
9. Jeff Ross Presents Roast Battle II: War of the Words
10. The A.V. Club Hosted By John Teti
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Best Lighting

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Best Lighting Design/Lighting Direction for a Variety Series


1. The Voice: "Live Finale (Part 2)"
2. Dancing with the Stars: "Cirque Du Soleil Night"
3. Saturday Night Live: "Host: Jimmy Fallon"
4. So You Think You Can Dance: "Finale"
5. Maya & Marty: "Jimmy Fallon/Miley Cyrus"

Other Possibilities

6. Lip Sync Battle: "Sir Ben Kingsley vs. John Cho"
7. The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon: "Episode 0600"
8. The Late Late Show with James Corden: "Episode 0340"
9. Last Week Tonight with John Oliver: "French Elections"
10. CONAN: "Episode 0917"


Best Lighting Design/Lighting Direction for a Variety Special


1. Hairspray Live!
2. Super Bowl LI Halftime Show Starring Lady Gaga
3. The Oscars
4. 59th Grammy Awards
5. Justin Timberlake + The Tennessee Kids

Other Possibilities

6. 70th Annual Tony Awards
7. Tony Bennett Celebrates 90: The Best is Yet to Come: "Episode 0340"
8. US Open 2016 Opening Ceremony with Phil Collins
9. iHeartRadio Music Awards 2017
10. American Music Awards 2016
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Best Main Title Design/Music

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American Gods (2017)

Best Main Title Design


1. Westworld
2. Feud: Bette and Joan
3. The Crown
4. Big Little Lies
5. American Gods

Other Possibilities

6. The Night Of
7. Stranger Things
8. Victoria
9. Goliath
10. Preacher


Best Motion Design


1. Saturday Night Live: "Host: Dwayne Johnson"
2. Last Week Tonight with John Oliver
3. 13th
4. Five Came Back
5. Black Mirror: Nosedive

Other Possibilities

6. Bill Nye Saves the World
7. Alaska: The Last Frontier
8. Amanda Knox
9. Full Frontal with Samantha Bee
10. The Daily Show with Trevor Noah


Best Main Title Theme Music

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1. Hans Zimmer- The Crown
2. Ramin Djawadi- Westworld
3. Kyle Dixon & Michael Stein- Stranger Things
4. Thomas Newman- Five Came Back
5. Mac Quayle- Feud: Bette and Joan
6. Sean Callery- Designated Survivor

Other Possibilities

7. Martin Phipps- Victoria
8. Jeff Russo- The Night Of
9. Brian Reitzell- American Gods
10. Max Ricther- Taboo
11. Ali Shaheed Muhammad and Adrian Younge- Marvel's Luke Cage
12. Tyler, the Creator- Bill Nye Saves the World


Best Music Supervision


1. Susan Jacobs- Big Little Lies: "You Get What You Need"
2. Nora Felder- Stranger Things: "Chapter Two: The Weirdo on Maple Street"
3. Evyen J. Klean & Jennifer Reeve- Westworld: "The Original"
4. Donald Glover & Jen Malone- Atlanta: "Value"
5. Stephanie Diaz-Matos- The Get Down: "Raise Your Words, Not Your Voice"

Other Possibilities

6. Maggie Phillips- Legion: "Chapter 1"
7. Maggie Phillips- Fargo: "The Law of Vacant Places"
8. Jen Ross- Empire: "Light in the Darkness"
9. Jennifer Pyken- This is Us: "Memphis"
10. Season Kent- 13 Reasons Why: "Tape 3, Side A"
11. Tera Duvernay- 13th
12. Rudy Chang and Jason Alexander- Silicon Valley: "Success Failure"


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Best Picture Editing

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Best Single-Camera Picture Editing for a Drama Series


1. Skip MacDonald- Better Call Saul: "Chicanery"
2. Kelley Dixon and Skip MacDonald- Better Call Saul: "Witness"
3. Andrew Seklir- Westworld: "The Bicameral Mind"
4. David L. Bertman- This is Us: "Pilot"
5. Joseph Jett Sally and Fiona Colbeck- Sense8: "You Want a War"

Other Possibilities

6. Regis Kimble- Legion: "Chapter 1"
7. Kevin D. Ross- Stranger Things: "Chapter Seven: The Bathtub"
8. Stephen Semel and Marc Jozefowicz- Westworld: "The Original"
9. Kelley Dixon- Preacher: "Pilot"
10. Curtis Thurber- Legion: "Chapter 6"


Best Single-Camera Picture Editing for a Comedy Series


1. Ivan Victor- Atlanta: "The Big Bang"
2. Kabir Akhtar- Crazy Ex-Girlfriend: "Can Josh Take A Leap Of Faith?"
3. Brian Merken- Silicon Valley: "Server Error"
4. Skip MacDonald- A Series of Unfortunate Events: "The Wide Window: Part One"
5. Eric Kissack- Veep: "Groundbreaking"

Other Possibilities

6. Tim Roche- Silicon Valley: "Success Failure"
7. Roger Nygard and Gennady Fridman- Veep: "Chicklet"
8. Catherine Haight- Transparent: "Eliza"
9. Jennifer Lilly- Master of None: "The Thief"
10. Isaac Hagy- Atlanta: "Streets on Lock"


Best Multi-Camera Picture Editing for a Comedy Series


1. Peter Chakos- The Big Bang Theory: "The Holiday Summation"
2. Joe Bella- Mom: "Bad Hand And British Royalty"
3. Chris Poulos- 2 Broke Girls: "And The Planes, Fingers and Automobiles"
4. Darryl Bates- Superior Donuts: "Art For Art's Sake"
5. Pat Barnett- One Day at a Time: "A Snowman's Tale"

Other Possibilities

6. Kris Texler- Last Man Standing: "Trick or Treat"
7. Stephen Prime- The Great Indoors: "DTR (Define The Relationship)"
8. Stephen Prime- Superior Donuts: "Pilot"
9. Sue Federman- Man with a Plan: "Operation False Freedom"
10. Chris Poulos- K.C. Undercover: "Virtual Insanity"


Best Single-Camera Picture Editing for a Limited Series or Movie


1. Curtis Thurber- Fargo: "The Narrow Escape Problem"
2. Yan Miles- Sherlock: The Lying Detective
3. Veronique Barbe, David Berman, Justin LaChance, Maxime Lahaie, Sylvain Lebel, Jim Vega- Big Little Lies: "You Get What You Need"
4. Jay Cassidy and Nick Houy- The Night Of: "The Beach"
5. Andrew Groves- Feud: Bette and Joan: "And The Winner Is... (The Oscars Of 1963)"

Other Possibilities

6. Regis Kimble- Fargo: "The Law of Vacant Places"
7. C. Chi-Yoon Chung and Shelly Westerman- Feud: Bette and Joan: "You Mean All This Time We Could Have Been Friends?"
8. Adam Penn and Ken Ramos- Feud: Bette and Joan: "Pilot"
9. Henk Van Eeghen- Fargo: "Aporia"
10. Ron Patane- The Wizard of Lies


Best Picture Editing for Variety Programming


1. Anthony Miale- Last Week Tonight with John Oliver: "Fuck 2016 (Segment)"
2. Robert James Ashe, Dave Grecu, Christopher Heller and Meaghan Wilbur- CONAN: "CONAN in Berlin"
3. Maura Corey- The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: "Obama and Luther's Farewell Address (segment)"
4. Aaron Morris- Drunk History: "Bar Fights"
5. Paul Snyder- Justin Timberlake + The Tennessee Kids

Other Possibilities

6. Jason Baker- The Late Show with Stephen Colbert: "Flickerman At The DNC (segment)"
7. Hank Friedmann- Michael Bolton's Big, Sexy Valentine's Day Special
8. Alexander Hammer & Danny Tull, Russ Senzatimore and Nuno Xico- Madonna: Rebel Heart Tour: "Pilot"
9. Jeremiah Shuff- Saturday Night Live: "Totinos (segment)"
10. Andrew Mendelson- Full Frontal with Samantha Bee: "What is Facts? (segment)"


Best Picture Editing for Nonfiction Programming


1. Bret Granato, Maya Mumma and Ben Sozanski- O.J.: Made in America
2. Spencer Averick- 13th
3. Joe Langford, Richard Lowe and Denny Thomas- Vice: "Assad's Syria/Cost Of Climate Change"
4. Will Znidaric- Five Came Back: "The Price of Victory"
5. Paul Crowder- The Beatles: Eight Days A Week - The Touring Years

Other Possibilities

6. Kate Amend, Helen Kearns and Mark Harrison- The Keepers: "The Conclusion"
7. Dave Pearce- Planet Earth II: "Cities"
8. Verena Schönauer- The Ivory Game: "Pilot"
9. Jim Helton and Joshua L. Pearson- Mars: "Novo Mundo"
10. Matthew Hamachek- Amanda Knox


Best Picture Editing for a Structured or Competition Reality Program


1. The Amazing Race: "Bucket List Type Stuff"
2. The Voice: "Blind Auditions Olympic Premiere"
3. Survivor: "Millennials Vs Gen X - About To Have a Rumble"
4. Who Do You Think You Are?: "Courtney Cox"
5. Lip Sync Battle: "The Cast of Stranger Things"

Other Possibilities

6. Shark Tank: "Episode 801"
7. RuPaul's Drag Race: "Oh. My. Gaga!"
8. Project Runway: "Finale, Part 2"
9. The Grand Tour: "The Holy Trinity"
10. American Ninja Warrior: "Los Angeles Finals"


Best Picture Editing for an Unstructured Reality Program


1. Deadliest Catch: "Uncharted Territory"
2. Born This Way: "Dream Come True"
3. Alaska: The Last Frontier: "Chopper Rescue"
4. Naked And Afraid XL: "The Sickness"
5. Born This Way: "Oh Baby!"

Other Possibilities

6. Born This Way: "The Times They Are A'Changin"
7. Gaycation with Ellen Page: "Orlando"
8. Life Below Zero: "River of Rage"
9. Intervention: "Sturgill J."
10. Black Market with Michael K. Williams: "Illicit Abalone"
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Best Production Design

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


1. Westworld: "The Original"
2. Westworld: "The Bicameral Mind"
3. Penny Dreadful: "Perpetual Night" & "The Blessed Darkness"
4. A Series of Unfortunate Events: "The Bad Beginning: Part One"
5. The Handmaid's Tale: "Offred (Pilot)"

Other Possibilities

6. House of Cards: "Chapter 59", "Chapter 60" & "Chapter 64"
7. American Horror Story: Roanoke
8. American Gods: "The Bone Orchard"
9. Legion: "Chapter 6" & "Chapter 7"
10. The Young Pope: "Episode 5"


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


1. The Crown: "Smoke and Mirrors"
2. Feud: Bette and Joan
3. Victoria: "The Clockwork Prince"
4. The Man in the High Castle: "The Tiger's Cave"
5. Z: The Beginning of Everything: "You, Me and Us"

Other Possibilities

6. Masters of Sex: "Freefall", "Inventory" & "The Pleasure Protocol"
7. Harlots: "Episode 101"
8. Genius: "Einstein: Chapter One"
9. Stranger Things: "Chapter One: The Vanishing Of Will Byers"
10. Agatha Christie's The Witness for the Prosecution


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


1. Transparent: "If I Were a Bell"
2. Silicon Valley: "Success Failure", "Terms of Service" & "Hooli-Con"
3. Veep: "Omaha"
4. The Big Bang Theory: "The Dependence Transcendence"
5. The Good Place: "Everything is Fine"

Other Possibilities

6. Master of None: "La Nozze"
7. Modern Family: "Sarge & Pea"
8. Superstore: "Halloween Theft"
9. The Great Outdoors: "The Mediocre Outdoors" & "The Company Retreat"
10. 2 Broke Girls: "And the Stalking Dead"


Best Production Design for a Variety, Nonfiction, Reality, or Reality-Competition Series


1. Portlandia: "Fred's Cell Phone Company"
2. Saturday Night Live: "Host: Alec Baldwin"
3. Drunk History: "Hamilton"
4. Documentary Now!: "The Bunker"
5. Mars: "Power"

Other Possibilities

6. American Playboy: The Hugh Hefner Story: "Before the Bunny: Marilyn Monroe"
7. The Voice: "Live Finale, Part 1"
8. Tracy Ullman's Show: "Episode 1"
9. Maya & Marty: "Will Forte/Amy Poehler/Jerry Seinfeld"
10. Making of the Mob: "Chicago: Capone's First Kill"


Best Production Design for a Variety, Nonfiction, Event, or Award Special


1. Hairspray Live!
2. The Oscars
3. Super Bowl LI Halftime Show Starring Lady Gaga
4. Michael Bolton's Big, Sexy Valentine's Day Special
5. Once Upon a Sesame Street Christmas

Other Possibilities

6. Tony Bennett Celebrates 90: The Best is Yet To Come
7. American Music Awards 2016
8. Alicia 'Here' in Times Square
9. America's Got Talent Holiday Spectacular
10. 74th Annual Golden Globes
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Best Sound

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Black Sails (2014)

Best Sound Editing for a Series


1. Black Sails: "XXXVII"
2. Gotham: "Destiny Calling"
3. Westworld: "The Bicameral Mind"
4. Stranger Things: "Chapter Eight: The Upside Down"
5. Legion: "Chapter 8"

Other Possibilities

6. Vikings: "The Reckoning"
7. The Walking Dead: "The First Day Of The Rest Of Your Life"
8. 24: Legacy: "7:00 P.M.-8:00 P.M."
9. Preacher: "Pilot"
10. The Expanse: "Home"


Best Sound Editing for a Limited Series, Movie, or Special


1. Sherlock: The Lying Detective
2. Fargo: "Who Rules The Land Of Denial?"
3. American Horror Story: Roanoke: "Chapter 1"
4. Harley And the Davidsons: "Night 1"
5. Emerald City: "No Place Like Home"

Other Possibilities

6. The White Princess: "In Bed with the Enemy"
7. The Night Of: "Subtle Beast"
8. Shots Fired: "Hour Six: The Fire This Time"
9. The Missing: "The Mountain"
10. Justin Timberlake + The Tennessee Kids


Best Sound Editing for Nonfiction Programming (Single or Multi-Camera)


1. Mars: "Novo Mundo"
2. Five Came Back: "The Price of Victory"
3. Planet Earth II: "Cities"
4. Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown: "Hanoi"
5. 13th

Other Possibilities

6. The Amazing Race: "Bucket List Type Stuff"
7. The Beatles: Eight Days a Week - The Touring Years
8. The Keepers: "The Revelation"
9. LA 92
10. The White Helmets


Best Sound Mixing for a Comedy or Drama Series (One-Hour)


1. Westworld: "The Bicameral Mind"
2. Stranger Things: "Chapter Eight: The Upside Down"
3. The Crown: "Hyde Park Corner"
4. Better Call Saul: "Witness"
5. Legion: "Chapter 8"

Other Possibilities

6. House of Cards: "Chapter 53"
7. Mr. Robot: "eps2.8_h1dden-pr0cess.axx"
8. Homeland: "America First"
9. The Get Down: "Gamble Everything"
10. Ray Donovan: "Rattus Rattus"


Best Sound Mixing for a Limited Series or Movie


1. Sherlock: The Lying Detective
2. Fargo: "Who Rules the Land of Denial?"
3. Big Little Lies: "You Get What You Need"
4. Black Mirror: San Junipero
5. American Horror Story: Roanoke

Other Possibilities

6. The Night Of: "The Beach"
7. Harley and the Davidsons: "Night 1"
8. Guerilla: "Episode 101"
9. The Night Of: "Subtle Beast"
10. Emerald City: "No Place Like Home"


Best Sound Mixing for a Comedy or Drama Series (Half-Hour) and Animation


1. Atlanta: "Nobody Beats the Biebs"
2. Mozart in the Jungle: "Now I Will Sing"
3. Veep: "Omaha"
4. Silicon Valley: "Intellectual Property"
5. Modern Family: "Basketball"

Other Possibilities

6. The Simpsons: "The Great Phatsby Vol. I"
7. It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia: "The Gang Turns Black"
8. Samurai Jack: "XCVIII"
9. Ballers: "Game Day"
10. Bojack Horseman: "Fish Out of Water"


Best Sound Mixing for a Variety Series or Special


1. Hairspray Live!
2. The Oscars
3. The Voice: "Season Finale"
4. Justin Timberlake + The Tennessee Kids
5. Michael Bolton's Big, Sexy Valentine's Day Special

Other Possibilities

6. Super Bowl LI Halftime Show Starring Lady Gaga
7. 59th Grammy Awards
8. Tony Bennett Celebrates 90: The Best is Yet to Come
9. Last Week Tonight with John Oliver: "Sub-Prime Auto Loans"
10. The Late Late Show with James Corden: "Episode 0288"


Best Sound Mixing for a Nonfiction Program (Single or Multi-Camera)


1. The Beatles: Eight Days A Week - The Touring Years
2. Deadliest Catch: "Uncharted Territory"
3. Five Came Back: "The Price of Victory"
4. O.J .: Made in America: "Part 2"
5. Vice: "Assad's Syria/Cost Of Climate Change"

Other Possibilities

6. Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown: "Rome"
7. Mars: "Novo Mundo"
8. 13th
9. Planet Earth II: "Cities"
10. The White Helmets: "Episode 0288"
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Best Stunt Coordination/Visual Effects

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Shameless (2011)

Best Stunt Coordination for a Comedy Series or Variety Program


1. A Series of Unfortunate Events
2. Brooklyn Nine-Nine
3. Shameless
4. Atlanta
5. Angie Tribeca

Other Possibilities

6. Saturday Night Live
7. K.C. Undercover
8. It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia
9. Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt
10. Ash Vs. Evil Dead


Best Stunt Coordination for a Drama Series, Limited Series, or Movie


1. Westworld #1
2. The Blacklist
3. Marvel's Luke Cage
4. Lethal Weapon
5. Arrow

Other Possibilities

6. Gotham
7. Westworld #2
8. Stranger Things #1
9. Legion
10. Fargo


Best Special Visual Effects


1. Westworld: "The Bicameral Mind"
2. Legion: "Chapter 1"
3. Black Sails: "XXIX"
4. American Gods: "The Bone Orchard"
5. Vikings: "On the Eve"

Other Possibilities

6. Penny Dreadful: "The Day That Tennyson Died"
7. The Man from the High Castle: "Fallout"
8. The Expanse: "Caliban's War"
9. Black Mirror: Playtest
10. A Series of Unfortunate Events: "The Wide Window: Part 2"


Best Special Visual Effects in a Supporting Role


1. The Crown: "Windsor"
2. Gotham: "Heavydirtysoul"
3. The Handmaid's Tale: "Late"
4. Taboo: "Episode 1"
5. The OA: "Homecoming"

Other Possibilities

6. Victoria: "Doll 123"
7. Marvel's Luke Cage: "Who's Gonna Take the Weight"
8. Into the Badlands: "Wolf's Breath, Dragon Fire"
9. Genius: "Einstein: Chapter 1"
10. The Get Down: "Seek Those Who Fan Your Flames"
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Best Technical Direction

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Best Technical Direction, Camerawork, Video Control for a Series


1. Dancing with the Stars: "Episode 2311A"
2. Saturday Night Live: "Host: Jimmy Fallon"
3. The Voice: "Live Finale (Part 2)"
4. The Big Bang Theory: "The Locomotion Reverberation"
5. Jimmy Kimmel Live!: "Garth Brooks And Lucas Hedges"
6. The Late Late Show with James Corden: "Episode 0264"

Other Possibilities

7. Last Week Tonight with John Oliver: "Gerrymandering"
8. The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon: "Episode 0584"
9. Lip Sync Battle: "Lip Sync Battle: All-Stars Live"
10. Maya & Marty: "Jimmy Fallon/Miley Cyrus"
11. The Late Show with Stephen Colbert: "Episode 0178"


Best Technical Direction, Camerawork, Video Control for a Limited Series, Movie, or Special


1. Hairspray Live!
2. The Oscars
3. 70th Annual Tony Awards
4. Super Bowl LI Halftime Show Starring Lady Gaga
5. Justin Timberlake + The Tennessee Kids

Other Possibilities

6. 2017 Rock And Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony
7. Madama Butterfly
8. Michael Bolton's Big, Sexy Valentine's Day Special
9. Tony Bennett Celebrates 90: The Best is Yet to Come
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Best Writing

Best Writing for a Variety Series


1. Last Week Tonight with John Oliver
2. Full Frontal with Samantha Bee
3. Saturday Night Live
4. Portlandia
5. The Late Show with Stephen Colbert
6. Late Night with Seth Meyers

Other Possibilities

7. The Daily Show with Trevor Noah
8. Real Time with Bill Maher
9. Documentary Now!
10. Jimmy Kimmel Live!
11. The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon
12. The Late Late Show with James Corden


Best Writing for a Variety Special


1. Louis C.K.: 2017
2. Sarah Silverman: A Speck of Dust
3. Amy Schumer: The Leather Special
4. The Age of Spin: Dave Chappelle Live at the Hollywood Palladium
5. Full Frontal with Samantha Bee Presents Not The White House Correspondents' Dinner

Other Possibilities

6. Triumph Summer Election Special
7. Stephen Colbert's Live Election Night Democracy's Series Finale: Who's Going to Clean Up This Sh*t ?
8. David Cross: Making America Great Again!
9. Tracy Morgan: Staying Alive
10. Trevor Noah: Afraid of the Dark


Best Writing for Nonfiction Programming


1. 13th
2. Five Came Back: "The Price of Victory"
3. Anthony Bourdain Parts Unknown: "Houston"
4. Rachel Carson (American Experience)
5. Zero Days

Other Possibilities

6. Amanda Knox
7. Oklahoma City (American Experience)
8. The Great War: "Part Two"
9. The Great War: "Part Three"
10. TIME: The Kalief Browder Story
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Posted: 3 weeks, 6 days ago at Jun 26 20:02
I've been waiting for this list ever since I started seeing early Emmy predictions. :)

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