January 23, 2023

WATCH THE 95TH OSCAR NOMINATIONS ANNOUNCEMENT LIVE

On Tuesday, January 24, 2023, the nominations for the 95th Academy Awards will be announced by Oscar winner Riz Ahmed and Allison Williams. 

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Watch the announcement live here:

 


ALL THE 95TH OSCAR NOMINATIONS:


Best Picture

All Quiet on the Western Front

Avatar: The Way of Water

The Banshees of Inisherin

Elvis

Everything Everywhere All at Once

The Fabelmans

Tár

Top Gun: Maverick

Triangle of Sadness

Women Talking

 

Directing

The Banshees of Inisherin — Martin McDonagh

Everything Everywhere All at Once — Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert

The Fabelmans — Steven Spielberg

Tár — Todd Field

Triangle of Sadness — Ruben Östlund

 

Actress in a Leading Role

Cate Blanchett in Tár

Ana de Armas in Blonde

Andrea Riseborough in To Leslie

Michelle Williams in The Fabelmans

Michelle Yeoh in Everything Everywhere All at Once

 

Actor in a Leading Role

Austin Butler in Elvis

Colin Farrell in The Banshees of Inisherin

Brendan Fraser in The Whale

Paul Mescal in Aftersun

Bill Nighy in Living

 

Actress in a Supporting Role

Angela Bassett in Black Panther: Wakanda Forever

Hong Chau in The Whale

Kerry Condon in The Banshees of Inisherin

Jamie Lee Curtis in Everything Everywhere All at Once

Stephanie Hsu in Everything Everywhere All at Once

 

Actor in a Supporting Role

Brendan Gleeson in The Banshees of Inisherin

Brian Tyree Henry in Causeway

Judd Hirsch in The Fabelmans

Barry Keoghan in The Banshees of Inisherin

Ke Huy Quan in Everything Everywhere All at Once

 

Adapted Screenplay

All Quiet on the Western Front — Screenplay by Edward Berger, Lesley Paterson & Ian Stokell

Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery — Written by Rian Johnson

Living — Written by Kazuo Ishiguro

Top Gun: Maverick — Screenplay by Ehren Kruger and Eric Warren Singer and Christopher McQuarrie; Story by Peter Craig and Justin Marks

Women Talking — Screenplay by Sarah Polley

 

Best Original Screenplay

The Banshees of Inisherin — Written by Martin McDonagh

Everything Everywhere All at Once — Written by Daniel Kwan & Daniel Scheinert

The Fabelmans — Written by Steven Spielberg & Tony Kushner

Tár — Written by Todd Field

Triangle of Sadness — Written by Ruben Östlund

 

Cinematography

All Quiet on the Western Front — James Friend

Bardo, False Chronicle of a Handful of Truths — Darius Khondji

Elvis — Mandy Walker

Empire of Light — Roger Deakins

Tár — Florian Hoffmeister

 

Best Film Editing

The Banshees of Inisherin — Mikkel E.G. Nielsen

Elvis — Matt Villa and Jonathan Redmond

Everything Everywhere All at Once — Paul Rogers

Tár — Monika Willi

Top Gun: Maverick — Eddie Hamilton

 

Sound

All Quiet on the Western Front — Viktor Prásil, Frank Kruse, Markus Stemler, Lars Ginzel and Stefan Korte

Avatar: The Way of Water — Julian Howarth, Gwendolyn Yates Whittle, Dick Bernstein,

Christopher Boyes, Gary Summers and Michael Hedges

The Batman — Stuart Wilson, William Files, Douglas Murray and Andy Nelson

Elvis — David Lee, Wayne Pashley, Andy Nelson and Michael Keller

Top Gun: Maverick — Mark Weingarten, James H. Mather, Al Nelson, Chris Burdon and Mark Taylor

 

Original Score

All Quiet on the Western Front — Volker Bertelmann

Babylon — Justin Hurwitz

The Banshees of Inisherin — Carter Burwell

Everything Everywhere All at Once — Son Lux

The Fabelmans — John Williams

 

Original Song

“Applause” from Tell It Like a Woman; Music and Lyric by Diane Warren

“Hold My Hand” from Top Gun: Maverick; Music and Lyric by Lady Gaga and BloodPop

“Lift Me Up” from Black Panther: Wakanda Forever; Music by Tems, Rihanna, Ryan Coogler and Ludwig Goransson; Lyric by Tems and Ryan Coogler

“Naatu Naatu” from RRR; Music by M.M. Keeravaani; Lyric by Chandrabose

“This Is a Life” from Everything Everywhere All at Once; Music by Ryan Lott, David Byrne and Mitski; Lyric by Ryan Lott and David Byrne

 

Production Design

All Quiet on the Western Front — Production Design: Christian M. Goldbeck; Set Decoration: Ernestine Hipper

Avatar: The Way of Water — Production Design: Dylan Cole and Ben Procter; Set Decoration: Vanessa Cole

Babylon — Production Design: Florencia Martin; Set Decoration: Anthony Carlino

Elvis — Production Design: Catherine Martin and Karen Murphy; Set Decoration: Bev Dunn

The Fabelmans — Production Design: Rick Carter; Set Decoration: Karen O’Hara

 

Visual Effects

All Quiet on the Western Front — Frank Petzold, Viktor Müller, Markus Frank and Kamil Jafar

Avatar: The Way of Water — Joe Letteri, Richard Baneham, Eric Saindon and Daniel Barrett

The Batman — Dan Lemmon, Russell Earl, Anders Langlands and Dominic Tuohy

Black Panther: Wakanda Forever — Geoffrey Baumann, Craig Hammack, R. Christopher White and Dan Sudick

Top Gun: Maverick — Ryan Tudhope, Seth Hill, Bryan Litson and Scott R. Fisher

 

Costume Design

Babylon — Mary Zophres

Black Panther: Wakanda Forever — Ruth Carter

Elvis — Catherine Martin

Everything Everywhere All at Once — Shirley Kurata

Mrs. Harris Goes to Paris — Jenny Beavan

 

Makeup and Hairstyling

All Quiet on the Western Front — Heike Merker and Linda Eisenhamerová

The Batman — Naomi Donne, Mike Marino and Mike Fontaine

Black Panther: Wakanda Forever — Camille Friend and Joel Harlow

Elvis — Mark Coulier, Jason Baird and Aldo Signoretti

The Whale — Adrien Morot, Judy Chin and Anne Marie Bradley

 

Best International Feature Film

All Quiet on the Western Front — Germany

Argentina, 1985 — Argentina

Close — Belgium

EO — Poland

The Quiet Girl — Ireland

 

Animated Film

Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio

Marcel the Shell With Shoes On

Puss in Boots: The Last Wish

The Sea Beast

Turning Red

 

Best Animated Short Film

The Boy, the Mole, the Fox and the Horse

The Flying Sailor

Ice Merchants

My Year of Dicks

An Ostrich Told Me the World Is Fake and I Think I Believe It

 

Best Live-Action Short Film

An Irish Goodbye

Ivalu

Le Pupille

Night Ride

The Red Suitcase

 

Best Documentary Feature

All That Breathes

All the Beauty and the Bloodshed

Fire of Love

A House Made of Splinters

Navalny

 

Best Documentary Short Subject

The Elephant Whisperers

Haulout

How Do You Measure a Year?

The Martha Mitchell Effect

Stranger at the Gate

January 7, 2023

THE 2023 GOLDEN GLOBE AWARDS—PREDICTIONS IN TV

SEVERANCE, ABBOTT ELEMENTARY, THE WHITE LOTUS will emerge victorious at the 80th Golden Globe Awards next week. There could be some upsets or pleasant surprises. Read more for a prediction of possibilities


Best TV Series—Drama

BETTER CALL SAUL

THE CROWN

HOUSE OF THE DRAGON

OZARK

SEVERANCE

THE CROWN will win once more, but I believe it’ll be for the final season, since season five had mixed reviews. This time, it’ll go to SEVERANCE, which has been raved about, and is suddenly in the conversation again. It’s definitely an excellent show, so it will be deserving, without a doubt.

 

Best Actress In A Drama Series

Emma D'Arcy, HOUSE OF THE DRAGON

Laura Linney, OZARK

Imelda Staunton, THE CROWN

Hilary Swank, ALASKA DAILY

Zendaya, EUPHORIA

The previous two Queen Elizabeth portrayers—Claire Foy and Olivia Colman—have won at least once for THE CROWN, so it’s quite likely Imelda Staunton will win as well. Will it be for season five? It’s quite possible. Zendaya’s Emmys success could also factor in. But I think the HFPA will go with Her Majesty.

 

Best Actor In A Drama Series

Jeff Bridges, THE OLD MAN

Kevin Costner, YELLOWSTONE

Diego Luna, ANDOR

Bob Odenkirk, BETTER CALL SAUL

Adam Scott, SEVERANCE

It’s quite likely that this will go to Bob Odenkirk finally for BETTER CALL SAUL. The final season and his work in it was very well received. Adam Scott could come close too.


Best TV Series—Musical Or Comedy

ABBOTT ELEMENTARY

THE BEAR

HACKS

ONLY MURDERS IN THE BUILDING

WEDNESDAY

I really wish THE BEAR would win this, but I think it’ll go to the overrated ABBOTT ELEMENTARY.

 

Best Actress In A TV Series—Musical Or Comedy

Quinta Brunson, ABBOT ELEMENTARY

Kaley Cuoco, THE FLIGHT ATTENDANT

Selena Gomez, ONLY MURDERS IN THE BUILDING

Jenna Ortega, WEDNESDAY

Jean Smart, HACKS

The Golden Globes do end up with people who are fresh and buzzy a lot of the time. So I think they’ll go with Jenna Ortega for WEDNESDAY. She’s gained a lot of favor since the Netflix show premiered.

 

Best Actor In A TV Series—Musical Or Comedy

Donald Glover, ATLANTA

Bill Hader, BARRY

Steve Martin, ONLY MURDERS IN THE BUILDING

Martin Short, ONLY MURDERS IN THE BUILDING

Jeremy Allen White, THE BEAR

Jeremy Allen White should definitely win this one. The ONLY MURDERS… guys seem like strong contenders, but the votes in favor of the show will be split between them, and White will benefit from that I believe. He was excellent in THE BEAR.


Best Limited Series Or TV Movie

BLACK BIRD

DAHMER—MONSTER: THE JEFFREY DAHMER STORY

THE DROPOUT

PAM & TOMMY

THE WHITE LOTUS

I’d be surprised if THE WHITE LOTUS does not win this one. It’s recent, it’s been reviewed well by most, and it’s been a buzzy second season.

 

Best Actress In A Limited Series Or TV Movie

Jessica Chastain, GEORGE & TAMMY

Julia Garner, INVENTING ANNA

Lily James, PAM & TOMMY

Julia Roberts, GASLIT

Amanda Seyfried, THE DROPOUT

Amanda Seyfried’s Emmys success will spill over the Globes, and she’ll deserve it.

 

Best Actor In A Limited Series Or TV Movie

Taron Egerton, BLACK BIRD

Colin Firth, THE STAIRCASE

Andrew Garfield, UNDER THE BANNER OF HEAVEN

Evan Peters, DAHMER—MONSTER: THE JEFFREY DAHMER STORY

Sebastian Stan, PAM & TOMMY

Evan Peters should win, and I think he will. His work as Dahmer was hauntingly disturbing and devastating at the same time.

 

Best Supporting Actress In A Limited Series Or TV Movie

Jennifer Coolidge, THE WHITE LOTUS

Claire Danes, FLEISHMAN IS IN TROUBLE

Daisy Edgar-Jones, UNDER THE BANNER OF HEAVEN

Niecy Nash, DAHMER—MONSTER: THE JEFFREY DAHMER STORY

Aubrey Plaza, THE WHITE LOTUS

This is probably the most predictable category here. If Coolidge does not win, it will be truly, truly surprising.  

 

Best Supporting Actor In A Limited Series Or TV Movie

F. Murray Abraham, THE WHITE LOTUS

Domhnall Gleeson, THE PATIENT

Paul Walter Hauser, BLACK BIRD

Richard Jenkins, DAHMER—MONSTER: THE JEFFREY DAHMER STORY

Seth Rogen, PAM & TOMMY

Paul Walter Hauser has received rave reviews for his work in BLACK BIRD, so he could win, but I think the general love for the THE WHITE LOTUS will continue here, with F. Murray Abraham winning.

 

Best Supporting Actress In A Musical, Comedy Or Drama TV Series

Elizabeth Debicki, THE CROWN

Hanna Einbinder, HACKS

Julia Garner, OZARK

Janelle James, ABBOTT ELEMENTARY

Sheryl Lee Ralph, ABBOTT ELEMENTARY

Elizabeth Debicki should win this one. However, Sheryl Lee Ralph’s momentum from her Emmy win a few months ago and that memorable acceptance speech will work in her favor.

 

Best Supporting Actor In A Musical, Comedy Or Drama TV Series

John Lithgow, THE OLD MAN

Jonathan Pryce, THE CROWN

John Turturro, SEVERANCE

Tyler James Williams, ABBOTT ELEMENTARY

Henry Winkler, BARRY

Henry Winkler hasn’t won for BARRY yet, so maybe the HFPA will give it to him, but it seems like John Turturro is enjoying a lot of support for SEVERANCE. 

September 13, 2022

THE BEST AND WORST PARTS OF THE 2022 PRIMETIME EMMY AWARDS

There have been mixed reviews about the 74th Primetime Emmy Awards, which went down Monday night. Some liked Keenan Thompson as host; some found his emceeing weird. People took issue with some of the presenters, and others didn’t care. It was definitely a mixed bag of a show, which had its shining moments and others that fell a little flat, and some that were almost objectionable. 

Now no awards show pleases everyone. It’s just not possible. I thought that this year’s Emmys had enough pluses to make me feel good about looking forward to it, as I always do. Here’s a look at the biggest hits and misses at the 2022 Emmys, in my opinion.

HIT: THE HOSTING

Kenan Thompson was not bad, I thought. Yes, I’ll admit that my expectations were really low after last year’s emcee Cedric the Entertainer was such a bore. But Thompson held his own in the limited time that he was up there doing his thing. The Netflix digs were funny, because we know how things have been for the streaming giant lately. The humor, in general, wasn’t off the charts, but it was funny enough. That opening number was weird, for sure, but it was eccentric enough to like parts of it. And it recalled certain iconic TV themes, such as FRIENDS and GAME OF THRONES, which set the tone for a celebration of television. And for a television fan, that was nice. Could the execution have been better—absolutely! The music segues also left a lot to be desired. 


MISS: THE TRIBUTES TO TELEVISION

If the execution of the opening wasn’t quite up to the mark, the tributes to genres were even less than that. The idea was great—especially to celebrate TV staples, such as medical and crime procedurals that don’t make it to awards in general. However, it didn’t come together like it should have. The montages should have evoked a lot more in fans of TV who consume as much of the case-of-the-week stuff as they do all the high-profile, high-concept cable/streaming fare. It also felt a little out of place in parts. A little more thought should have gone into going from drama to comedy to medical drama to crime procedural, and where it was all placed. 

HIT: THE PRESENTERS

As much as the tributes didn’t quite make it, it was nice to see a few genre faces that haven’t been seen at the Emmys since procedurals have lost steam at the awards. Chandra Wilson, Mariska Hargitay, Christopher Meloni, and even Freddie Highmore—they were all lovely to see. Speaking of Chandra Wilson, I think Shonda Rhimes and Sarah Paulson were perfect as presenters for the Geena Davis Institute on Gender in Media, also considering that Davis has starred in Rhimes’ GREY’S ANATOMY. Other presenters were also quite good to see. The three leads of ONLY MURDERS IN THE BUILDING were funny and endearing and had the chemistry that we love them for. It was nice to see Sofia Vergara up there, and Selma Blair, who got cheered on, having recently overcome certain MS-related health issues. Okay, a Pete Davidson was an ill-fit for announcing outstanding comedy, but he was funny. They should have just had him present something else. And I wish Lee Jung-jae and Jung Ho-yeon, of SQUID GAME had been given more to present.




MISS: THE LIMITED TIME FOR ACCEPTANCE

Some of the presentations did fall flat, and used up more time than the show could afford. The little sketches with Homer Simpson and Kumail Nanjiani were really not that funny and could have been omitted, making more time for the acceptance speeches. More than a few recipients were taken by surprise with how the countdown for their acceptance started almost immediately and left them flustered and fumbling. It wasn’t fair to them. Sure, it was all probably in order to keep the show at three hours, but there were other ways to trim the time—ways that had to be adopted at the planning stage. 


HIT: ACCEPTANCE SPEECHES

Despite the limited time, some acceptance speeches and bits were excellent. Two particularly come to mind. Jennifer Coolidge was one of the winners who couldn’t handle the limited acceptance time, and pleaded them to let her stay on. The music got louder and changed, and things could have gotten awkward, as they have in the past. However, Coolidge did not let that happen. With her amazing stage presence and sense of humor, she did a little jig to play along with the music and it was a hoot! I laughed out loud, and I’m still laughing thinking about it. Sheryl Lee Ralph, on the other hand stole the show with her singing as she accepted the Emmy for comedy supporting actress for ABBOTT ELEMENTARY. And then she went on to give a powerful speech about believing in yourself and your dream. It was the best acceptance of the night. 


MISS: THE PRESENTATION FORMAT AND SEQUENCE

Time limits and all aside, the formats of the presentations themselves felt a little clumsily done. The sequence was a little too random, even if it would have been boring to go through comedy, limited, variety/sketch/talk/game, drama all one at a time. There should just have been some more sense to how one category went into another. And then, to make things worse, on some occasions, the nominees were announced before the presenters came to the stage and did their little bits. It should always be presenting bits first, then nominees and immediately after, the opening of the envelope. 

It should have been more like the presentation of writing for a limited series, by Mindy Kaling and B.J. Novak. They made harsh digs about how limited series makers had a lot less to do than network series runners do. It was somewhat true, okay, but a little harsh to bring up right when you're presenting an award for limited series. Yet, it followed the sequence of how a presentation should be.

Another jarring thing was the ‘in memoriam’ section, which didn’t focus on the names on the screen for those viewing from home. We didn’t need to see the performer, John Legend, if it came at the cost of seeing the names of people who passed away in the last year. The live directing should have been done such that we saw those visuals being presented. Also, it seems they even forgot a few names of recently deceased individuals, such as Olivia Newton-John. 

HIT: THE WINNERS

Despite the event’s flow being all over the place, and a number of directing issues, the results of the awards themselves were very satisfying for the most part. The wins were not as predictable as one might have thought they might be. Sure, DOPESICK deserved more than THE WHITE LOTUS did, but we were prepared for what happened. What I wasn’t expecting was ABBOTT ELEMENTARY not winning comedy, but was happy to see the better show—TED LASSO—winning instead. I was unhappy that the fantastic SEVERANCE and the captivating YELLOWJACKETS and the lovely ONLY MURDERS didn’t win anything. However, SQUID GAME and Lee Jung-jae made Emmys history, and there were some pleasant surprises as well, such as Sheryl Lee Ralph and Matthew Macfadyen—who was excellent in SUCCESSION season three. SUCCESSION had to win drama, and it deserved to. I wish showrunner Jesse Armstrong hadn’t made that joke about England’s new King Charles (about how the show’s win had more to do with voting than Charles’s succession after Queen Elizabeth’s death), but Brian Cox set him straight by telling him to keep it ‘royal-less’. 


And that’s how it all came to an end. It wasn’t a perfect show, but it was nice enough.

Here’s a list of all the winners across drama, comedy and limited series: 


DRAMA SERIES


Outstanding Drama Series

BETTER CALL SAUL

EUPHORIA

OZARK

SEVERANCE

SQUID GAME

STRANGER THINGS

SUCCESSION

YELLOWJACKETS


Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series

Jodie Comer, KILLING EVE

Laura Linney, OZARK

Melanie Lynskey, YELLOWJACKETS 

Sandra Oh, KILLING EVE

Reese Witherspoon, THE MORNING SHOW

Zendaya, EUPHORIA


Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series

Jason Bateman, OZARK

Brian Cox, SUCCESSION 

Lee Jung-jae, SQUID GAME 

Bob Odenkirk, BETTER CALL SAUL

Adam Scott, SEVERANCE

Jeremy Strong, SUCCESSION


Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series

Patricia Arquette, SEVERANCE

Julia Garner, OZARK

Jung Ho-yeon, SQUID GAME

Christina Ricci, YELLOWJACKETS

Rhea Seehorn, BETTER CALL SAUL 

J. Smith Cameron, SUCCESSION

Sarah Snook, SUCCESSION

Sydney Sweeney, EUPHORIA


Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series

Nicholas Braun, SUCCESSION

Billy Crudup, THE MORNING SHOW

Kieran Culkin, SUCCESSION

Park Hae-soo, SQUID GAME

Matthew Macfadyen, SUCCESSION 

John Tuturro, SEVERANCE

Christopher Walken, SEVERANCE

Oh Yeong-su, SQUID GAME


Outstanding Directing for a Drama Series

OZARK: ‘A Hard Way to Go’ – Jason Bateman 

SEVERANCE: ‘The We We Are’ – Ben Stiller

SQUID GAME: ‘Red Light, Green Light’ – Hwang Dong-hyuk

SUCCESSION: ‘All the Bells Say’ – Mark Mylod 

SUCCESSION: ‘The Disruption’ – Cathy Yan 

SUCCESSION: ‘Too Much Birthday’ – Lorene Scafaria 

YELLOWJACKETS: ‘Pilot’ – Karyn Kusama 

 

Outstanding Writing for a Drama Series

BETTER CALL SAUL: ‘Plan and Execution’ – Thomas Schnauz 

OZARK: ‘A Hard Way to Go’ – Chris Mundy

SEVERANCE: ‘The We We Are’ – Dan Erickson 

SQUID GAME: ‘One Lucky Day’ – Hwang Dong-hyuk 

SUCCESSION: ‘All the Bells Say’ – Jesse Armstrong

YELLOWJACKETS: ‘F Sharp’ – Jonathan Lisco, Ashley Lyle, and Bart Nickerson 

YELLOWJACKETS: ‘Pilot’ – Ashley Lyle and Bart Nickerson 


COMEDY SERIES 


Outstanding Comedy Series

ABBOTT ELEMENTARY

BARRY

CURB YOUR ENTHUSIASM

HACKS

THE MARVELOUS MRS. MAISEL

ONLY MURDERS IN THE BUILDING

TED LASSO

WHAT WE DO IN THE SHADOWS


Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series

Rachel Brosnahan, THE MARVELOUS MRS. MAISEL

Quinta Brunson, ABBOTT ELEMENTARY

Kaley Cuoco, THE FLIGHT ATTENDANT

Elle Fanning, THE GREAT

Issa Rae, INSECURE

Jean Smart, HACKS 


Outstanding Lead Actor In a Comedy Series

Bill Hader, BARRY 

Donald Glover, ATLANTA

Nicholas Hoult, THE GREAT

Steve Martin, ONLY MURDERS IN THE BUILDING

Martin Short, ONLY MURDERS IN THE BUILDING

Jason Sudeikis, TED LASSO 

 

Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series

Alex Borstein, THE MARVELOUS MRS. MAISEL

Hannah Einbinder, HACKS

Janelle James, ABBOTT ELEMENTARY 

Kate McKinnon, SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE

Sarah Niles, TED LASSO

Sheryl Lee Ralph, ABBOTT ELEMENTARY

Juno Temple, TED LASSO

Hannah Waddingham, TED LASSO 


Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series

Anthony Carrigan, BARRY

Brett Goldstein, TED LASSO 

Toheeb Jimoh, TED LASSO

Nick Mohammed, TED LASSO

Tony Shaloub, THE MARVELOUS MRS. MAISEL

Tyler James Williams, ABBOTT ELEMENTARY

Henry Winkler, BARRY

Bowen Yang, SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE


Outstanding Directing for a Comedy Series

ATLANTA: ‘New Jazz’ – Hiro Murai

BARRY: ‘710N’ – Bill Hader 

HACKS: ‘There Will Be Blood’ – Lucia Aniello 

THE MS. PAT SHOW: ‘Baby Daddy Groundhog Day’ – Mary Lou Belli 

ONLY MURDERS IN THE BUILDING: ‘The Boy from 6B’ – Cherien Dabis 

ONLY MURDERS IN THE BUILDING: ‘True Crime’ – Jamie Babbit 

TED LASSO: ‘No Weddings and a Funeral’ – MJ Delaney 


Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series

ABBOTT ELEMENTARY: ‘Pilot’ – Quinta Brunson 

BARRY: ‘710N’ – Duffy Boudreau 

BARRY: ‘starting now’ – Alec Berg and Bill Hader 

HACKS: ‘The One, the Only’ – Lucia Aniello, Paul W. Downs, and Jen Statsky 

ONLY MURDERS IN THE BUILDING: ‘True Crime’ – Steve Martin and John Hoffman 

TED LASSO: ‘No Weddings and a Funeral’ – Jane Becker 

WHAT WE DO IN THE SHADOWS: ‘The Casino’ – Sarah Naftalis 

WHAT WE DO IN THE SHADOWS: ‘The Wellness Center’ – Stefani Robinson 


LIMITED OR ANTHOLOGY SERIES


Outstanding Limited or Anthology Series

DOPESICK 

THE DROPOUT

INVENTING ANNA

PAM & TOMMY

THE WHITE LOTUS 


Outstanding Lead Actress in a Limited or Anthology Series or Movie

Toni Collette, THE STAIRCASE

Julia Garner, INVENTING ANNA

Lily James, PAM & TOMMY

Sarah Paulson, IMPEACHMENT: AMERICAN CRIME STORY

Margaret Qualley, MAID

Amanda Seyfried, THE DROPOUT 


Outstanding Lead Actor in a Limited or Anthology Series or Movie

Colin Firth, THE STAIRCASE

Andrew Garfield, UNDER THE BANNER OF HEAVEN

Oscar Isaac, SCENES FROM A MARRIAGE

Michael Keaton, DOPESICK 

Himesh Patel, STATION ELEVEN

Sebastian Stan, PAM & TOMMY


Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Limited or Anthology Series or Movie

Connie Britton, THE WHITE LOTUS

Jennifer Coolidge, THE WHITE LOTUS 

Alexandra Daddario, THE WHITE LOTUS

Kaitlyn Dever, DOPESICK 

Natasha Rothwell, THE WHITE LOTUS

Sydney Sweeney, THE WHITE LOTUS

Mare Winningham, DOPESICK


Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Limited or Anthology Series or Movie

Murray Bartlett, THE WHITE LOTUS 

Jake Lacy, THE WHITE LOTUS 

Will Poulter, DOPESICK

Seth Rogen, PAM & TOMMY

Peter Sarsgaard, DOPESICK

Michael Stuhlbarg, DOPESICK

Steve Zahn, THE WHITE LOTUS


Outstanding Directing for a Limited or Anthology Series or Movie

DOPESICK: ‘The People vs. Purdue Pharma’ – Danny Strong 

THE DROPOUT: ‘Green Juice’ – Michael Showalter 

THE DROPOUT: ‘Iron Sisters’ – Francesca Gregorini 

MAID: ‘Sky Blue’ – John Wells 

STATION ELEVEN: ‘Wheel of Fire’ – Hiro Murai 

THE WHITE LOTUS: Mike White


Outstanding Writing for a Limited or Anthology Series or Movie

DOPESICK: ‘The People vs. Purdue Pharma’ – Danny Strong

THE DROPOUT: ‘I'm in a Hurry’ – Elizabeth Meriwether 

IMPEACHMENT: AMERICAN CRIME STORY: ‘Man Handled’ – Sarah Burgess 

MAID: ‘Snaps’ – Molly Smith Metzler (Netflix)

STATION ELEVEN: ‘Unbroken Circle’ – Patrick Somerville 

THE WHITE LOTUS: Mike White