Emmys aloft with ‘Angels’

Mini's 21 noms lead HBO charge

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This article was updated at 8:32 p.m.

HOLLYWOOD — On the wings of “Angels” and the oft-devilish Tony Soprano, HBO tallied a record-setting 124 mentions to dominate the 56th annual Emmy noms.

“Angels in America” and “The Sopranos” were expected to do well — and they did, scoring 21 and 20 noms, respectively. But Emmy voters surprised a little by showing some love to some critically hailed newcomers as well.

Fox’s “Arrested Development” “replaced” the final season of “Friends” to score a nom in the comedy series category and seven noms overall. It’s a much-needed boost for “Arrested,” a critical darling that has been slow to score in the ratings.

HBO oater “Deadwood” had a great showing with 11 noms, just one less than broadcast net leader “The West Wing.”

And, while already a modest ratings success, CBS drama “Joan of Arcadia” capped its first year with a nom in the drama competish and a mention for star Amber Tamblyn in the lead drama actress category.

Also adding some spice to a generally ho-hum Emmy race: The newly created reality competition category, honoring unscripted skeins with a prize at the end. “The Amazing Race” will do battle against two Mark Burnett skeins (“The Apprentice,” “Survivor”), “American Idol,” and, in a stunner, “Last Comic Standing.” “Race” won an Emmy last year in a catchall nonfiction category in which multiple winners were possible; this year, barring a tie, there’ll be just one survivor.

HBO’s jaw-dropping perf further set the feevee cable apart from the broadcast pack, with the net nearly doubling its nearest competitor NBC, which settled for 65 noms (down from 78 a year ago). CBS had 44 noms (down from 58), followed by ABC (33, same as last year) and Fox (31, down two).

A&E led the tally among basic cablers with 24 noms.

With 124 noms, HBO blew away its own record of 109 noms set last year. Cable web also snagged more noms than any broadcast or cable net since cablers entered the Emmy fray 16 years ago.

“This all about peer recognition,” said HBO chairman-CEO Chris Albrecht. “It’s a great feeling to be recognized in both above and below the line categories in all areas. The across-the-board acknowledgment is what’s so great for us and more importantly for all of the producers and crew that work with us.”

There were far fewer double-digit nominees than in recent years, with Emmy voters choosing to spread the wealth among multiple shows. In addition to “Angels” and “The Sopranos,” only three other skeins garnered double-digit nom tallies: NBC’s “The West Wing” (12) and HBO’s “Deadwood” and “Sex and the City” (11).

By contrast, 11 programs earned 10 or more noms apiece last year.

Dozen noms for “West Wing” — while way down from last year’s 22 — was a sweet salve for the skein, which suffered serious ratings erosion and numerous critical barbs last season, the first without showrunner/creator Aaron Sorkin and helmer/exec producer Thomas Schlamme.

“It’s great to simply be in the hunt this long,” said “Wing” exec producer John Wells, who also celebrated four noms for “ER” and one for “Third Watch.”

Wells admitted “Wing” has “continued to struggle a bit in the ratings, but we’re still very proud of the show.” Post-Sorkin/Schlammer, “It’s been a challenge,” he added. “It’s been the most difficult and gratifying thing I’ve been involved with.”

Emmy’s sentimental streak showed in other categories as well.

The late John Ritter snagged a nom in the comedy actor category for his work on “8 Simple Rules,” as did Kelsey Grammer for the final season of “Frasier” (latter thesp didn’t get nommed last year). They’ll be up against returning nominees Larry David, Matt LeBlanc and Tony Shalhoub.

Even though ABC killed her “Life with Bonnie” laffer, Bonnie Hunt snuck into the comedy actress race with her first-ever nom. Other noms — Jennifer Aniston (“Friends”), Patricia Heaton (“Everybody Loves Raymond”), Jane Kaczmarek (“Malcolm in the Middle”) and Sarah Jessica Parker (“Sex and the City”)– are the same as they’ve been the past two years.

Aniston and LeBlanc were the only “Friends” thesps nommed in the comedy categories, but Matthew Perry is also up for an award thanks to his dramatic guest perf on “The West Wing.”

By showing love to “Arrested” in the comedy competish, Emmy voters opted against giving a goodbye kiss to “Friends” or “Frasier.” Instead, “Curb Your Enthusiasm,” “Raymond,” “Sex and the City” and “Will & Grace” are all back to compete another year.

It’s the sixth consecutive nomination for both “Sex and the City” (which won in 2001) and last year’s winner, “Raymond,” as well as the fifth in a row for “Will & Grace” (which took home the award in 2000) and third time out for “Curb.”

Drama series race is also virtual replay of last year, with “Joan of Arcadia” the only newcomer. (It replaces “Six Feet Under,” which wasn’t eligible this year). It willl face off against returning nominees “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation,” “The Sopranos,” “24” and “The West Wing.”

In addition to “Joan,” two other frosh dramas — HBO’s “Carnivale” and FX’s “Nip/Tuck”— scored seven and five noms, respectively — though almost all of the noms were in the creative arts categories. “Nip/Tuck” creator Ryan Murphy snagged a directing nom for helming the skein’s audacious pilot.

Emmy voters once again ignored HBO’s much-lauded hour “The Wire,” completely shutting out the skein for a second consecutive year.

Among the comedy actors, LeBlanc is the only nominee never to take home an Emmy (although David won, in 1993 and 1994, for his behind-the-scenes work on “Seinfeld”). Grammer has won three times for “Frasier,” while Ritter won in 1984 for “Three’s Company” and Shalhoub’s turn on “Monk” earned him the outstanding actor trophy last year.

David, LeBlanc, Romano and Shalhoub return from last year; Grammer and Ritter bumped out previous year nominees Eric McCormack (“Will & Grace”) and Bernie Mac (“Bernie Mac Show”).

On the actress side, “Malcolm’s” Kaczmarek is likely hoping the fifth time’s the charm, having been nominated consecutively since 2000 but with no wins yet. Parker, who won in 2001, as well as Heaton (2000 and 2001) and Aniston (2002) make a return appearance as well, yet last year’s winner — “Will & Grace’s” Debra Messing — missed the grade. Hunt, in her first nomination, fills the slot vacated by Messing, whose absence can perhaps be explained by her fewer appearances this past season. (Messing missed some episodes due to her pregnancy).

But while McCormack and Messing missed the Emmy boat this time out, their “Will & Grace” support staff still made the grade: Sean Hayes pulled off another nomination in the supporting comedy actor category, while Megan Mullaly did the same in the supporting actress division.

Mullaly is up against perennial winner Doris Roberts (“Everybody Loves Raymond”), while, for the first time, all three supporting “Sex and the City” castmates scored a nom: Kim Cattrall, Cynthia Nixon and Kristin Davis, in her first ever showing.

Hayes, meanwhile, joins last year’s winner, “Raymond’s” Brad Garrett, along with another “Raymond” castmember, Peter Boyle, David Hyde Pierce (“Frasier”) and Jeffrey Tambor – the only “Arrested Development” cast member to score a nomination.

As for drama thesps, lead actor category is a bit interesting this year, with two “new” faces — James Spader (“The Practice”) and Anthony LaPaglia (“Without a Trace”) — joining usual suspects Martin Sheen (“West Wing”), Keifer Sutherland (“24”) and James Gandolfini (“The Sopranos”). LaPaglia is also nommed for reprising his role as Daphne’s brother on “Frasier” (a part that won him an Emmy in 2002).

Missing in action: Former winner “Shield” star Michael Chiklis, who failed to get a nom for the third season of his FX cop drama.

Lead actress category features first-time nominees Tamblyn and Mariska Hargitay (“Law & Order: SVU”) battling perpetual nominees Jennifer Garner (“Alias”), Edie Falco (“The Sopranos”) and Allison Janney (“The West Wing”).

HBO swept the drama writing category, with four episodes of “Sopranos” and the pilot for “Deadwood” all nominated.

In comedy writing, the series finales of “Frasier” (“Goodnight, Seattle”) and “Sex and the City” (“An American Girl In Paris, Part Deux”) are up against the pilot of “Arrested Development,” a seg of “Scrubs” (“My Screwup”) and a second episode of “Sex” (“The Ick Factor”).

In the longform arena, being ditched by CBS didn’t hurt controversial mini “The Reagans,” which gave Showtime a nom in best movie category. Mini, from producers Craig Zadan and Neil Meron, earned seven noms, including mentions for stars Judy Davis and James Brolin (

With its whopping 21 nominations, HBO’s “Angels in America” has a shot at beating the record for most Emmys won by a miniseries. That title has been held for decades by “Roots,” which scored nine wins in 1977.

It won’t be easy, however: “Roots” posted a record 37 noms that year.

Nevertheless, “Angels” dominated all comers: The second-most nommed miniseries this year, A&E’s “Horatio Hornblower,” posted just four.

“Angels” will face off with “Horatio Hornblower,” PBS’ “American Family: Journey of Dreams,” USA’s “Traffic: The Miniseries” and PBS’ “Prime Suspect 6: The Last Witness (Masterpiece Theater)” in the Outstanding Miniseres category.

On the telepic side, cable once again dominated the proceedings: Two HBO projects, “And Starring Pancho Villa As Himself” and “Something the Lord Made,” will face off with two Showtime entries (“The Reagans” and “The Lion in Winter”) and A&E’s “Ike: Countdown to D-Day.”

All five nominees in the lead actress in a movie/mini category are past Emmy winners: Thompson (who won in 1998 for her guest spot on “Ellen”) and Streep (1978, “Holocaust”) will be up against “The Reagans” star Judy Davis (2001, “Life with Judy Garland: Me and My Shadows”); “The Lion in Winter” star Glenn Close (1995, for “Serving in Silence: The Margarethe Cammermeyer Story”); and “Prime Suspect 6’s” Helen Mirren (1999, “The Passion of Ayn Rand”).

Al Pacino, meanwhile, scored his first-ever Emmy nom, as his role in “Angels” landed a spot in the Lead Actor in a Movie or Mini category; Mary-Louise Parker also pulled a Supporting Actress in a Movie or Mini nom for “Angels,” in a role that has already won her a Golden Globe.

Pacino finds himself up against fellow first timers Antonio Banderas (“And Starring Pancho Villa As Himself”) and Mos Def (“Something the Lord Made”), as well as “The Reagans'” James Brolin, who won an Emmy in 1970 for his role on “Marcus Welby, M.D.”; and “Something the Lord Made” castmember Alan Rickman, a 1996 Emmy winner for “Rasputin.”

Reality-wise, “Survivor” was the most-nommed competition-based skein with 5 noms, followed by “The Amazing Race” and “The Apprentice” (tied with 4 each).

Other notable nom highlights:

  • Separate category of outstanding reality show (for skiens where there is no competitive element) features noms “Colonial House,” “Extreme Makeover: Home Edition,” “Penn & Teller: Bullshit!,” “Project Greenlight” and “Queer Eye for the Straight Guy.”

  • For the first time in recent memory, no comic with a nightly latenight skein — think David Letterman, Jon Stewart or Conan O’Brien — is nommed in the individual perf in a variety/music skein. Bill Maher did earn a nom for his weekly HBO show; he’ll battle Ellen DeGeneres, Elaine Strich, Tracey Ullman and Oscar host Billy Crystal.

  • As always, feature film folks and TV vets scored big in the guest acting categories, with Sharon Stone, James Earl Jones, William Shatner, Martin Landau, Laura Linney, Louise Fletcher and Mare Winningham all getting noms. And no less than three “Mary Tyler Moore Show” alums got noms: Georgia Engel (“Everybody Loves Raymond”), Cloris Leachman (“Malcolm in the Middle”) and Betty White (“The Practice”).

Awards will be handed out Sept. 19 during an ABC telecast from the Shrine.

Emmy cast will be broadcast on ABC on Sept. 19. Don Mischer will exec produce, and Michael Seligman will produce.

And the nominees are…

Comedy Series

“Arrested Development” – Fox – Imagine Television, The Hurwitz Company in association with 20th Century Fox Television
Brian Grazer, Executive Producer
Ron Howard, Executive Producer
David Nevins, Executive Producer
Mitchell Hurwitz, Executive Producer
John Levenstein, Co-Executive Producer
Richard Rosenstock, Co-Executive Producer
Chuck Martin, Supervising Producer
Barbie Feldman Adler, Producer
Victor Hsu, Produced by

“Curb Your Enthusiasm” – HBO – HBO Original Programming
Larry David, Executive Producer
Jeff Garlin, Executive Producer
Gavin Polone, Executive Producer
Robert B. Weide, Executive Producer
Larry Charles, Executive Producer
Tim Gibbons, Produced by

“Everybody Loves Raymond” – CBS – HBO Independent Productions and Worldwide Pants Incorporated in association with Where’s Lunch Productions, Inc.
Philip Rosenthal, Executive Producer
Ray Romano, Executive Producer
Rory Rosegarten, Executive Producer
Stu Smiley, Executive Producer
Lew Schneider, Executive Producer
Tucker Cawley, Executive Producer
Steve Skrovan, Executive Producer
Jeremy Stevens, Executive Producer
Lisa Helfrich Jackson, Co-Executive Producer
Tom Caltabiano, Co-Executive Producer
Aaron Shure, Co-Executive Producer
Mike Royce, Co-Executive Producer
Mike Scully, Co-Executive Producer
Leslie Caveny, Supervising Producer
Holli Gailen, Producer
Ken Ornstein, Producer

“Sex and the City” – HBO – Darren Star Productions in association with HBO Original Programming
Michael Patrick King, Executive Producer
John Melfi, Executive Producer
Cindy Chupack, Executive Producer
Sarah Jessica Parker, Executive Producer
Jenny Bicks, Executive Producer
Jane Raab, Producer
Antonia Ellis, Producer
Julie Rottenberg, Producer
Elisa Zuritsky, Producer

“Will & Grace” – NBC – NBC Studios, Inc. in association with KoMut Entertainment and Three Sisters Entertainment
David Kohan, Executive Producer
Max Mutchnick, Executive Producer
Jeff Greenstein, Executive Producer
Jhoni Marchinko, Executive Producer
James Burrows, Executive Producer
Alex Herschlag, Co-Executive Producer
Kari Lizer, Co-Executive Producer
Tim Kaiser, Co-Executive Producer
Adam Barr, Co-Executive Producer
Tracy Poust, Co-Executive Producer
Jon Kinnally, Co-Executive Producer
Gary Janetti, Co-Executive Producer
Bill Wrubel, Co-Executive Producer
Gail Lerner, Producer
Peter Chakos, Producer
Bruce Alden, Producer
Steve Sandoval, Producer

Drama Series

“CSI: Crime Scene Investigation” – CBS – An Alliance Atlantis production in association with CBSP Jerry Bruckheimer, Executive Producer
Carol Mendelsohn, Executive Producer
Jonathan Littman, Executive Producer
Anthony E. Zuiker, Executive Producer
Ann Donahue, Executive Producer
Danny Cannon, Executive Producer
William Petersen, Executive Producer
Cindy Chvatal, Executive Producer
Naren Shankar, Co-Executive Producer
Andrew Lipsitz, Co-Executive Producer
Josh Berman, Supervising Producer
Louis Milito, Producer
Ken Fink, Producer
Richard Lewis, Producer
Bruce Golin, Producer
Elizabeth Devine, Producer

“Joan Of Arcadia” – CBS – Barbara Hall Productions and CBS Productions in association with Sony Pictures Television
Barbara Hall, Executive Producer
James Hayman, Executive Producer
Peter Schindler, Co-Executive Producer
Randy Anderson, Co-Executive Producer
Tom Garrigus, Producer

“The Sopranos” – HBO – Chase Films/Brad Grey Television in association with HBO Original Programming
David Chase, Executive Producer
Brad Grey, Executive Producer
Robin Green, Executive Producer
Mitchell Burgess, Executive Producer
Ilene S. Landress, Executive Producer
Terence Winter, Executive Producer
Henry J. Bronchtein, Co-Executive Producer
Matthew Weiner, Supervising Producer
Martin Bruestle, Producer

“24” – FOX – Imagine Television and 20th Century Fox Television in association with Real Time Productions
Joel Surnow, Executive Producer
Robert Cochran, Executive Producer
Brian Grazer, Executive Producer
Howard Gordon, Executive Producer
Evan Katz, Co-Executive Producer
Kiefer Sutherland, Co-Executive Producer
Michael Loceff, Supervising Producer
Jon Cassar, Producer
Tim Iacofano, Producer
Stephen Kronish, Producer

“The West Wing” – NBC – John Wells Productions in association with Warner Bros. Television Productions Inc.
John Wells, Executive Producer
Christopher Misiano, Co-Executive Producer
Llewellyn Wells, Co-Executive Producer
Alex Graves, Co-Executive Producer
Paul Redford, Supervising Producer
Carol Flint, Supervising Producer
Alexa Junge, Supervising Producer
Peter Noah, Supervising Producer
John Sacret Young, Supervising Producer
Kristin Harms, Producer
Andrew Stearn, Producer
Eli Attie, Producer

Miniseries

“American Family – Journey Of Dreams” – PBS – El Norte Productions and KCET/Hollywood in association with The Greenblatt Janolari Studio and Fox Television Studios
Gregory Nava, Executive Producer
Robert Greenblatt, Executive Producer
David Janollari, Executive Producer
Barbara Martinez Jitner, Executive Producer
Eric L. Gold, Co-Executive Producer

“Angels In America” – HBO- An Avenue Pictures production in association with HBO Films
Cary Brokaw, Executive Producer
Mike Nichols, Executive Producer
Mike Haley, Co-Executive Producer
Celia Costas, Producer

“Horatio Hornblower” – A&E- An A&E/Granada co-production
Delia Fine, Executive Producer
Michele Buck, Executive Producer
Emilio Nunez, Supervising Producer
Andrew Benson, Produced by

“Prime Suspect 6: The Last Witness (Masterpiece Theatre)” – PBS- A Granada/WGBH co-production
Rebecca Eaton, Executive Producer
Andy Harries, Executive Producer
David Boutler, Producer

“Traffic: The Miniseries” – USA- Galway Bay Productions
Ron Hutchinson, Executive Producer
Colin Cotter, Executive Producer
Graham King, Executive Producer
Stephen Hopkins, Producer
Jay Benson, Produced by

Made For Television Movie

“And Starring Pancho Villa As Himself” – HBO – A Mark Gordon Company and City Entertainment production in association with HBO Films
Joshua D. Maurer, Executive Producer
Mark Gordon, Executive Producer
Larry Gelbart, Executive Producer
Gary Levinsohn, Co-Executive Producer
Tony Mark, Producer
Sue Jett, Producer
Diane Sillan Isaacs, Producer

“Ike: Countdown To D-Day” – A&E- A&E Network/Lionel Chetwynd Productions/Stephanie Germain Productions in association with Sony Pictures Television
Stephanie Germain, Executive Producer
Lionel Chetwynd, Executive Producer
Delia Fine, Executive Producer
David Craig, Supervising Producer
Dennis Brown, Produced by

“The Lion In Winter” – Showtime – Showtime in association with Hallmark Entertainment presents a MAT IV production
Robert Halmi, Sr., Executive Producer
Robert Halmi, Jr., Executive Producer
Patrick Stewart, Executive Producer
Wendy Neuss-Stewart, Executive Producer
Martin Poll, Executive Producer
Dyson Lovell, Producer

“The Reagans” – Showtime – Storyline Entertainment in association with Sony Pictures Television
Craig Zadan, Executive Producer
Neil Meron, Executive Producer
Dave Mace, Co-Executive Producer
Robert Allan Ackerman, Co-Executive Producer
Lynn Raynor, Producer

“Something The Lord Made” – HBO – Cort/Madden Productions in association with HBO Films
Robert W. Cort, Executive Producer
David Madden, Executive Producer
Eric Hetzel, Executive Producer
Michael Drake, Producer
Julian Krainin, Producer

Reality Program

“Colonial House” – PBS – A co-production of Thirteen/WNET New York and Wall to Wall Television in association with Channel 4 (U.K.)
Beth Hoppe, Executive Producer
Leanne Klein, Executive Producer
Sallie Clement, Series Producer
Nicolas Brown, Producer

“Extreme Makeover: Home Edition” – ABC – Endemol USA
Tom Forman, Executive Producer
Craig Armstrong, Executive Producer
Janelle Fiorito, Co-Executive Producer
Luis Barreto, Co-Executive Producer
Michael Maloy, Supervising Producer
Conrad Ricketts, Senior Producer
Mark Rains, Producer

“Penn & Teller: Bullshit!” – Showtime – Showtime Presents
Mark Wolper, Executive Producer
Star Price, Executive Producer
Penn Jillette, Co-Executive Producer
Teller, Co-Executive Producer
Peter Adam Golden, Co-Executive Producer
Michael Goudeau, Co-Executive Producer
Shari Adagio, Supervising Producer

“Project Greenlight” – HBO – LivePlanet and Miramax Television in association with HBO Original Programming
Ben Affleck, Executive Producer
Matt Damon, Executive Producer
Chris Moore, Executive Producer
Sean Bailey, Executive Producer
Harvey Weinstein, Executive Producer
Bob Weinstein, Executive Producer
Bob Osher, Executive Producer
Dan Cutforth, Executive Producer
Jane Lipsitz, Executive Producer
Tony Yates, Co-Executive Producer
Randy Sacks, Supervising Producer
Eli Holzman, Producer

“Queer Eye For The Straight Guy” – Bravo – Scout Productions in association with Bravo
Frances Berwick, Executive Producer
Amy Introcaso-Davis, Executive Producer
Christian Barcellos, Executive Producer
David Collins, Executive Producer
Michael Williams, Executive Producer
David Meltzer, Executive Producer
Lynn Sadofsky, Supervising Producer
Jill Danton, Producer
Carson Kressley, Host
Thom Filicia, Host
Jai Rodriguez, Host
Ted Allen, Host
Kyan Douglas, Host

Reality-Competition Program

“The Amazing Race” – CBS – Amazing Race Productions Inc. and Touchstone Television productions, LLC in association with Jerry Bruckheimer Television and WorldRace Productions, Inc.
Jerry Bruckheimer, Executive Producer
Bertram van Munster, Executive Producer
Jonathan Littman, Executive Producer
Jon Kroll, Co-Executive Producer
Hayma ‘Screech’ Washington, Co-Executive Producer
Amy Chacon, Supervising Producer
Anthony Dominici, Supervising Producer
Rick Ringbakk, Supervising Producer
Evan Weinstein, Senior Producer
Elise Doganieri, Producer
Brady Connell, Producer
Julian Grimmond, Producer
Shannon McGinn, Producer
Michael Norton, Producer
Michael Noval, Producer
Bob Parr, Producer
Phil Keoghan, Host

“American Idol” – Fox – FremantleMedia North America Inc. & 19 TV Ltd.
Simon Fuller, Executive Producer
Cecile Frot-Coutaz, Executive Producer
Nigel Lythgoe, Executive Producer
Ken Warwick, Executive Producer
David Goffin, Supervising Producer
Charles Boyd, Senior Producer
Beth McNamara, Producer
Simon Cowell, Judge
Paula Abdul, Judge
Randy Jackson, Judge
Ryan Seacrest, Host

“The Apprentice” – NBC – Mark Burnett Productions
Mark Burnett, Executive Producer
Donald Trump, Executive Producer
Jay Bienstock, Co-Executive Producer
Conrad Riggs, Co-Executive Producer
Kevin Harris, Supervising Producer
James Bruce, Producer
James Canniffe, Producer
Seth Cohen, Producer
Bill Pruitt, Producer
Katherine Walker, Producer

“Last Comic Standing” – NBC – Peter Engel Productions, Giraffe Productions in association with NBC Studios
Peter Engel, Executive Producer
Jay Mohr, Executive Producer/Host
Barry Katz, Executive Producer
Rob Fox, Co-Executive Producer
Leslie Radakovich, Supervising Producer
Brittany Lovett, Producer
Javier Winnik, Producer
Cori Fry, Producer

“Survivor” – CBS – SEG, Inc.
Mark Burnett, Executive Producer
Charlie Parsons, Executive Producer
Craig Armstrong, Co-Executive Producer
Tom Shelly, Co-Executive Producer
Bruce Beresford-Redman, Supervising Producer
Viki Cacciatore, Supervising Producer
Holly Wofford, Supervising Producer
David Dryden, Senior Producer
Maria Baltazzi, Producer
Adam Briles, Producer
Eden Gaha, Producer
John Kirhoffer, Producer
Doug McCallie, Producer
Dan Munday, Producer
Cathrine Nilsen, Producer
Jeff Probst, Producer/Host
Conrad Riggs, Producer

Lead Actor In A Comedy Series
Larry David, “Curb Your Enthusiasm”
John Ritter, “8 Simple Rules”
Kelsey Grammer, “Frasier”
Matt LeBlanc, “”Friends”
Tony Shalhoub, “Monk”

Lead Actor In A Drama Series
James Spader, “The Practice”
James Gandolfini, “The Sopranos”
Kiefer Sutherland, “24”
Martin Sheen, “The West Wing”
Anthony LaPaglia, “Without A Trace”

Lead Actor In A Miniseries Or A Movie
Antonio Banderas, “And Starring Pancho Villa As Himself”
Al Pacino, “Angels In America”
James Brolin, “The Reagans”
Alan Rickman, “Something The Lord Made”
Mos Def, “Something The Lord Made”

Lead Actress In A Comedy Series
Patricia Heaton, “Everybody Loves Raymond”
Jennifer Aniston, “Friends”
Bonnie Hunt, “Life With Bonnie”
Jane Kaczmarek, “Malcolm in the Middle”
Sarah Jessica Parker, “Sex and the City”

Lead Actress In A Drama Series
Jennifer Garner, “Alias”
Amber Tamblyn, “Joan Of Arcadia”
Mariska Hargitay, “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit”
Edie Falco, “The Sopranos”
Allison Janney, “The West Wing”

Lead Actress In A Miniseries Or A Movie
Emma Thompson, “Angels In America”
Meryl Streep, “Angels In America”
Glenn Close, “The Lion In Winter”
Helen Mirren, “Prime Suspect 6: The Last Witness”
Judy Davis, “The Reagans”

Supporting Actor In A Comedy Series
Jeffrey Tambor, “Arrested Development”
Brad Garrett, “Everybody Loves Raymond”
Peter Boyle, “Everybody Loves Raymond”
David Hyde Pierce, “Frasier”
Sean Hayes, “Will & Grace”

Supporting Actor In A Drama Series
Victor Garber, “Alias”
Brad Dourif, “Deadwood”
Michael Imperioli, “The Sopranos”
Steve Buscemi, “The Sopranos”
John Spencer, “The West Wing”

Supporting Actor In A Miniseries Or A Movie
Patrick Wilson, “Angels In America”
Justin Kirk, “Angels In America”
Ben Shenkman, “Angels In America”
Jeffrey Wright, “Angels In America”
William H. Macy, “Stealing Sinatra”

Supporting Actress In A Comedy Series
Doris Roberts, “Everybody Loves Raymond”
Kim Cattrall, “Sex and the City”
Kristin Davis, “Sex and the City”
Cynthia Nixon , “Sex and the City”
Megan Mullally, “Will & Grace”

Supporting Actress In A Drama Series
Robin Weigert, “Deadwood”
Tyne Daly, “Judging Amy”
Drea de Matteo, “The Sopranos”
Janel Moloney, “The West Wing”
Stockard Channing, “The West Wing”

Supporting Actress In A Miniseries Or A Movie
Mary-Louise Parker, “Angels In America”
Angela Lansbury, “The Blackwater Lightship”
Julie Andrews “Eloise At Christmastime”
Anne Heche, “Gracie’s Choice”
Anjelica Huston, “Iron Jawed Angels”

Guest Actor In A Comedy Series
Fred Willard, “Everybody Loves Raymond”
Anthony LaPaglia, “Frasier”
Danny DeVito , “Friends”
John Turturro, “Monk”
John Cleese, “Will & Grace”

Guest Actor In A Drama Series
Bob Newhart , “ER”
James Earl Jones, “Everwood”
William Shatner, “The Practice”
Matthew Perry, “The West Wing”
Martin Landau, “Without A Trace”

Guest Actress In A Comedy Series
Georgia Engel, “Everybody Loves Raymond”
Laura Linney, “Frasier”
Christina Applegate, “Friends”
Cloris Leachman, “Malcolm in the Middle”
Eileen Brennan, “Will & Grace”

Guest Actress In A Drama Series
Louise Fletcher, “Joan Of Arcadia”
Mare Winningham, “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit”
Marlee Matlin, “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit”
Catherine Piper, “The Practice”
Sharon Stone, “The Practice”

Individual Performance In A Variety Or Music Program

Billy Crystal, host, The 76th Annual Academy Awards, ABC, The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences

Elaine Stritch, performer, “Elaine Stritch: At Liberty,” HBO, Home Box Office and BBC in association with Iambic Prods. and Pennebaker Hegedus Films
Ellen DeGeneres, performer, “Ellen DeGeneres: Here and Now,” HBO, Tenth Planet Prods. in association with HBO Original Programming
Bill Maher, host, “Real Time With Bill Maher,” HBO, Kid Love Prods. and Brad Grey Television in association with HBO Original Programming
Tracey Ullman, performer, “Tracey Ullman In The Trailer Tales,” HBO, HBO Original Programming

Directing For A Comedy Series
“Arrested Development” (Pilot) Joe Russo, Anthony Russo
“Curb Your Enthusiasm” (The 5 Wood), Bryan Gordon
“Curb Your Enthusiasm” (The Car Pool Lane), Robert B. Weide
“Curb Your Enthusiasm” (The “Survivor”), Larry Charles
“Sex and the City” (An American Girl In Paris (Part Deux), Tim Van Patten

Directing For A Drama Series
“Deadwood” (Pilot), Walter Hill
“ER” (The Lost), Christopher Chulack
“Nip/Tuck” (Pilot), Ryan Murphy
“The Sopranos” (Irregular Around The Margins), Allen Coulter
“The Sopranos” (Long Term Parking), Tim Van Patten

Directing For A Variety, Music Or Comedy Program
“The 76th Annual Academy Awards,” Louis J. Horvitz
“Bill Maher: Victory Begins At Home,” John Moffitt
“Chappelle’s Show,” Andre Allen, Scott Vincent
“The Daily Show With Jon Stewart,” Chuck O’Neil
“Elaine Stritch: At Liberty,” Andy Picheta, Nick Doob, Chris Hegedus, DA Pennebaker
“Late Show With David Letterman,” Jerry Foley

Directing For A Miniseries, Movie Or A Dramatic Special
“Angels In America,” Mike Nichols
“Ike: Countdown To D-Day,” Robert Harmon
“The Lion In Winter,” Andrei Konchalovsky
“Prime Suspect 6: The Last Witness,” Tom Hooper
“Something The Lord Made,” Joseph Sargent

Directing for Nonfiction Programming
Susan Lacy, “American Masters” – Judy Garland: By Myself”
Jamie Johnson, “Born Rich”
Kate Davis, “Jockey”
Becky Smith, “Queer Eye For The Straight Guy”
Laurie Kahn-Leavitt, “Tupperware” (American Experience)

Variety, Music Or Comedy Series

Chappelle’s Show – Comedy Central – Pilot Boy Productions, Marobru Inc., and Comedy Central
Dave Chappelle, Executive Producer
Neal Brennan, Executive Producer
Michele Armour, Executive Producer

“The Daily Show With Jon Stewart” – Show #8037- Comedy Central- Central Productions LLC and Hello Doggie, Inc.
Jon Stewart, Executive Producer
Ben Karlin, Executive Producer
Stewart Bailey, Co-Executive Producer
Kahane Corn, Supervising Producer
David Javerbaum, Supervising Producer

“Late Night With Conan O’Brien” – NBC- Broadway Video, Conaco, NBC Studios
Jeff Ross, Executive Producer
Lorne Michaels, Executive Producer
Frank Smiley, Supervising Producer
Tracy King, Producer

“Late Show With David Letterman” – CBS- Worldwide Pants, Inc.
Maria Pope, Executive Producer
Barbara Gaines, Executive Producer
Rob Burnett, Executive Producer
Jude Brennan, Executive Producer
Eric Stangel, Producer
Justin Stangel, Producer
Matt Roberts, Producer
Sheila Rogers, Producer
Jerry Foley, Producer

“Saturday Night Live” – NBC- Broadway Video Inc., in association with NBC Studios
Lorne Michaels, Executive Producer
Ken Aymong, Supervising Producer
Michael Shoemaker, Producer
Marci Klein, Producer
Steve Higgins, Produced by

Variety, Music Or Comedy Special
“A&E in Concert: Paul McCartney in Red Square” – A&E – Produced by MPL Tours, Ltd. in association with A&E Network
Delia Fine, Executive Producer
Mark Haefeli, Producer
Emilio Nunez, Producer
“The 76th Annual Academy Awards” – ABC – The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences
Michael Seligman, Executive Producer
Joe Roth, Producer
“Chris Rock: Never Scared” – HBO – Tenth Planet Productions in association with HBO Original Programming
Chris Rock, Executive Producer
Michael Rotenberg, Executive Producer
Joel Gallen, Executive Producer
“Elaine Stritch: At Liberty” – HBO – Home Box Office and BBC in association with Iambic Productions Ltd. and Pennebaker Hegedus Films
Sheila Nevins, Executive Producer
Richard Fell, Executive Producer
Helen Asquith, Executive Producer
Scott Sanders, Co-Executive Producer
John Schreiber, Co-Executive Producer
John Hoffman, Supervising Producer
Chris Hunt, Producer
Frazer Pennebaker, Producer
“Ellen DeGeneres: Here and Now” – HBO – Tenth Planet Productions in association with HBO Original Programming
Ellen DeGeneres, Executive Producer
Joel Gallen, Executive Producer

Special Class Program
“The Dick Van Dyke Show Revisited” – CBS – TV Land Productions
Carl Reiner, Executive Producer
Sal Maniaci, Producer
Michael Petok, Produced by
“The Los Angeles Philharmonic Inaugurates Walt Disney Concert Hall (Great Performances)” – PBS – A production of Thirteen/WNET New York and The Los Angeles Philharmonic Association
Wayne Baruch, Executive Producer
Charles F. Gayton, Executive Producer
David Horn, Executive Producer
Jac Venza, Executive Producer
Mona Niemiec, Producer
Mitch Owgang, Producer
John Walker, Producer
“New York City Ballet – Lincoln Center Celebrates Balanchine 100 (Live From Lincoln Center)” – PBS – A production of Lincoln Center
John Goberman, Producer
Marc Bauman, Supervising Producer
“Vivaldi, Haydn & Yo-Yo Ma (Live From Lincoln Center)” – PBS – A production of Lincoln Center
John Goberman, Producer
Marc Bauman, Supervising Producer

Children’s Program
“Happy To Be Nappy And Other Stories Of Me” – HBO – HBO Original Programming
Sheila Nevins, Executive Producer
Dolores Morris, Supervising Producer
Ellen Goosenberg Kent, Producer
Diane Kolyer, Producer
“Lizzie McGuire” – Disney Channel – Stan Rogow Productions in association with Disney Channel
Stan Rogow, Executive Producer
Susan Estelle Jansen, Executive Producer
Douglas Tuber, Co-Executive Producer
Tim Maile, Co-Executive Producer
Melissa Gould, Supervising Producer
Jill Danton, Producer
“Nick News Special Edition” – The Courage To Live: Kids, South Africa, And AIDS – Nickelodeon – Lucky Duck Productions
Linda Ellerbee, Executive Producer
Rolfe Tessem, Executive Producer
Wally Berger, Supervising Producer
Mark Lyons, Produced by
Josh Veselka, Producer
“Nick News Special Edition” – There’s No Place Like Home: Homeless Kids In America – Nickelodeon – Lucky Duck Productions
Linda Ellerbee, Executive Producer
Rolfe Tessem, Executive Producer
Wally Berger, Supervising Producer
Mark Lyons, Produced by
Josh Veselka, Producer
“Sesame Street Presents ‘The Street We Live On'” – PBS – Sesame Workshop
Dr. Lewis Bernstein, Executive Producer
Kevin Clash, Co-Executive Producer
Carol-Lynn Parente, Producer
Melissa Dino, Producer
Karen Ialacci, Producer

Nonfiction Special
“AFI’s 100 Years… 100 Heroes & Villains: America’s Greatest Screen Characters” – CBS – An AFI production in association with The Gary Smith Company
Gary Smith, Executive Producer
Dann Netter, Executive Producer
Fred Pierce, Executive Producer for AFI
Bob Gazalle, Producer
“Born Rich” – HBO – Wise and Good Films in association with HBO Original Programming
Sheila Nevins, Executive Producer
Dirk Wittenborn, Produced by
Jamie Johnson, Producer
“A Decade Under The Influence” – IFC – IFC Originals/Constant Communications/Written in Stone
Alison Bourke, Executive Producer
Caroline Kaplan, Executive Producer
Jonathan Sehring, Executive Producer
Gini Reticker, Producer
Jerry Kupfer, Producer
Richard LaGravenese, Producer
Ted Demme, Producer
“The Forgetting: A Portrait Of Alzheimer’s” – PBS – Twin Cities Public Television
Naomi S. Boak, Executive Producer
Elizabeth Arledge, Producer
“Fred Rogers: America’s Favorite Neighbor” – PBS – Family Communications, Inc. and WQED Multimedia
Jocelyn Hough, Executive Producer
William H. Isler, Co-Executive Producer
Robert Petrelli, Co-Executive Producer
Margaret A. Whitmer, Producer
Joseph J. Kennedy, IV, Producer
Rick Sebak, Producer
Michael Keaton, Host

Nonfiction Series
“American Masters” – PBS – Thirteen/WNET New York and Turner Entertainment Co.
Susan Lacy, Executive Producer/Producer
George Feltenstein, Executive Producer
Julie Sacks, Supervising Producer
Prudence Glass, Series Producer
John Fricke, Producer
Roger Mayer, Executive Producer
“Biography” – A&E – Clear Channel/Black Canyon Productions for A&E Network
Joe Townley, Executive Producer
Dierdre O’Hearn, Executive Producer
Maro Chermayeff, Supervising Producer
Steve Stern, Producer
Eliza Kurtz, Producer
“Cold Case Files” – A&E – Kurtis Productions, Ltd. for A&E Network
Laura Fleury, Executive Producer
Michael T. Harvey, Supervising Producer
Mike West, Producer
Bill Kurtis, Host
“Inside The Actors Studio” – Bravo – A co-production of The Actors Studio, Betelgeuse Productions, In the Moment Productions and Bravo
Frances Berwick, Executive Producer for Bravo
Christian Barcellos, Executive Producer for Bravo
James Lipton, Producer/Host
Alice Christian, Producer
John Servidio, Producer
Mike Kostel, Producer
“Martin Scorsese Presents The Blues” – PBS – A Vulcan Productions/ Reverse Angle production in association with Jigsaw Productions and Cappa Productions
Martin Scorsese, Executive Producer
Paul G. Allen, Executive Producer
Jody Patton, Executive Producer
Ulrich Felsberg, Executive Producer
Peter Schwartzkopf, Executive Producer
Alex Gibney, Series Producer
Margaret Bodde, Producer

Animated Program (for programming less than one hour)

“Futurama” – The Sting – Fox – Curiosity Company in association with 20th Century Fox Television
Matt Groening, Executive Producer
David X. Cohen, Executive Producer
Ken Keeler, Executive Producer
David A. Goodman, Co-Executive Producer
Patric M. Verrone, Supervising Producer/Written By
Eric Kaplan, Supervising Producer
Bill Odenkirk, Supervising Producer
Michael Rowe, Producer
Brian J. Cowan, Producer
Claudia Katz, Produced By
Gregg Vanzo, Animation Executive Producer
Rich Moore, Supervising Director
Scott Vanzo, Director of Computer Graphics
Brian Sheesley, Director
Stephanie Arnett, Assistant Director

“Samurai Jack” – The Birth of Evil – Cartoon Network -Cartoon Network Studios
Genndy Tartakovsky, Executive Producer/Producer/Written by/Directed by
Brian A. Miller, Supervising Producer
Don Shank, Written by
Robert Alvarez, Directed by/Sheet Timing
Randy Myers, Directed by
Yu Mun Jeong, Animation Director
Jae Bong Koh, Animation Director
James Tim Walker, Sheet Timing

“The Simpsons” – The Way We Weren’t – Fox – Gracie Films in association with 20th Century Fox Television
James L. Brooks, Executive Producer
Matt Groening, Executive Producer
Al Jean, Executive Producer
Ian Maxtone-Graham, Co-Executive Producer
Matt Selman, Co-Executive Producer
Dan Greaney, Co-Executive Producer
Carolyn Omine, Co-Executive Producer
Tim Long, Co-Executive Producer
John Frink, Co-Executive Producer
Don Payne, Co-Executive Producer
Dana Gould, Co-Executive Producer
Kevin Curran, Co-Executive Producer
Brian Kelley, Co-Executive Producer/Writer
Michael Price, Co-Executive Producer/Writer
Laurie Biernacki, Animation Producer
Rick Polizzi, Animation Producer
J. Stewart Burns, Written By
Mike B. Anderson, Director
Jim Reardon, Supervising Director
Norm Auble, Assistant Director
Patrick Buchanan, Timer

“South Park” – Christmas In Canada – Comedy Central – A Comedy Central production
Trey Parker, Executive Producer/Written by/Directed by
Matt Stone, Executive Producer
Anne Garefino, Executive Producer
Frank C. Agnone II, Producer
Jennifer Howell, Supervising Producer
Eric Stough, Director of Animation

“SpongeBob SquarePants” – SpongeBob BC – Nickelodeon – Nickelodeon Animation Studios
Stephen Hillenburg, Executive Producer
Derek Drymon, Supervising Producer
Paul Tibbitt, Written by
Kent Osborne, Written by
Andrew Overtoom, Animation Director
Alan Smart, Supervising Director
Juli Murphy Hashiguchi, Sheet Timer

Animated Program (For Programming One Hour Or More)

“The Powerpuff Girls”: Twas The Fight Before Christmas – Cartoon Network – Cartoon Network Studios
Craig McCracken, Executive Producer
Chris Savino, Producer
Brian A. Miller, Supervising Producer
Lauren Faust, Written by/Supervising Director
Craig Lewis, Written by
Robert Alvarez, Animation Director
John McIntyre, Animation Director
Randy Myers, Animation Director
Tim Walker, Sheet Timer
Juli Murphy Hashiguchi, Sheet Timer

“Star Wars: Clone Wars” – Cartoon Network – Cartoon Network Studios in association with Lucasfilm Ltd.
Brian A. Miller, Executive Producer
Claudia Katz, Executive Producer
Genndy Tartakovsky, Produced by/Directed by/Story by/Animation Director
Geraldine Symon, Producer
Jennifer Pelphrey, Supervising Producer
Bryan Andrews, Story by
Mark Andrews, Story by
Darrick Bachman, Story by
Paul Rudish, Story by
Scott Vanzo, Director of Computer Animation
Yu Mun Jeong, Animation Director
Robert Alvarez, Sheet Timer

Writing For A Comedy Series

“Arrested Development” (Pilot)
Mitchell Hurwitz, Writer
“Frasier” (Goodnight, Seattle)
Christopher Lloyd, Writer
Joe Keenan, Writer
Scrubs (My Screwup) – NBC – Touchstone Television
Garrett Donovan, Writer
Neil Goldman, Writer
“Sex and the City” (An American Girl In Paris (Part Deux))
Michael Patrick King, Writer
“Sex and the City” (The Ick Factor)
Julie Rottenberg, Writer
Elisa Zuritsky, Writer

Writing For A Drama Series

“Deadwood” (Pilot)
David Milch, Writer
“The Sopranos” (Where’s Johnny?)
Michael Caleo, Writer
“The Sopranos” (Unidentified Black Males)
Matthew Weiner, Writer
“The Sopranos” (Long Term Parking)
Terence Winter, Writer
“The Sopranos” (Irregular Around The Margins)
Robin Green, Writer
Mitchell Burgess, Writer

Writing For A Variety, Music Or Comedy Program

“Chappelle’s Show” – Comedy Central
Dave Chappelle, Writer
Neal Brennan, Writer
“Chris Rock: Never Scared” – HBO – Tenth Planet Productions in association with HBO Original Programming
Chris Rock, Writer

“The Daily Show With Jon Stewart” – Comedy Central – Central Productions LLC and Hello Doggie, Inc.

David Javerbaum, Head Writer
Rich Blomquist, Writer
Steve Bodow, Writer
Tim Carvell, Writer
Stephen Colbert, Writer
Eric Drysdale, Writer
J.R. Havlan, Writer
Scott Jacobson, Writer
Ben Karlin, Writer
Rob Kutner, Writer
Chris Regan, Writer
Jason Reich, Writer
Jason Ross, Writer
Jon Stewart, Writer

“Late Night With Conan O’Brien” – NBC – Broadway Video, Conaco, NBC Studios
Michael Sweeney, Head Writer
Chris Albers, Writer
Jose Arroyo, Writer
Michael Gordon, Writer
Brian Kiley, Writer
Brian McCann, Writer
Conan O’Brien, Writer
Brian Stack, Writer
Andy Blitz, Writer
Jon Glaser, Writer
Guy Nicolucci, Writer
Andrew Weinberg, Writer
Kevin Dorff, Writer
Allison Silverman, Writer
Robert Smigel, Writer
Dmitri Martin, Writer
Dan Goor, Writer

“Late Show With David Letterman”
Eric Stangel, Head Writer
Justin Stangel, Head Writer
Gerard Mulligan, Writer
Jim Mulholland, Writer
Michael Barrie, Writer
Steve Young, Writer
Tom Ruprecht, Writer
Bill Scheft, Writer
Lee Ellenberg, Writer
Jonathan Green, Writer
Gabe Miller, Writer
Matt Roberts, Writer
Jeremy Weiner, Writer
Joe Grossman, Writer
David Letterman, Writer

Writing For A Miniseries, Movie Or A Dramatic Special
“And Starring Pancho Villa as Himself,” Larry Gelbart
“Angels In America,” Tony Kushner
“Iron Jawed Angels,” Sally Robinson, Eugenia Bostwick-Singer, Raymond Singer, Jennifer Friedes
“The Reagans,” Jane Marchwood, Tom Rickman, Elizabeth Egloff
“Something The Lord Made,” Peter Silverman, Robert Caswell

Writing for Nonfiction Programming
“American Masters” – Judy Garland: By Myself,”Susan Lacy, Stephen Stept,
“Fred Rogers: America’s Favorite Neighbor,”Rick Sebak
“JFK: A Presidency Revealed,” David C. Taylor
“Pandemic: Facing AIDS – Uganda/Thailand” – HBO – A Moxie Firecracker production in association with The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and HBO Original Programming. Mark Bailey
“Penn & Teller: Bullshit!” – (War On Drugs)
Penn Jillette, Teller, Emma Webster, Star Price; Special material written by Michael Godeau
“Terry Jones’ Medieval Lives” (The Peasant) – The History Channel – An Oxford Film and Television production for BBC in association with The History Channel. Terry Jones

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