2012 Primetime Creative Arts Emmy Awards

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Mingle Media TV and Red Carpet Report host, JJ Snyder, were invited to come out and cover the 2012 Primetime Creative Arts Emmys held on Saturday, September 15th at Nokia Theatre L.A. LIVE. The event will air on Saturday, September 22nd at 8:00pm ET/PT on REELZCHANNEL. Spike Jones, Jr. was back Producer of the Primetime Creative Arts Emmy Awards.

This year, HBO received the most wins with 17 Creative Emmy Awards with CBS getting 13 and PBS 11. HBO’s “Game of Thrones” received six Creative Emmys and followed by “Saturday Night Live,” PBS Masterpiece miniseries “Great Expectations,” and Discovery Channel’s “Frozen Planet” each won four Creative Arts Emmys.

Click here to read our Red Carpet Report with a full list of winners.

The Primetime Creative Emmy® Awards are a part of The 64th Primetime Emmy® Awards presented in recognition of technical and other similar achievements in television programming. They are commonly awarded to behind-the-scenes personnel such as art directors, costume designers, cinematographers, casting directors, and sound editors. The Creative Arts category also includes awards for outstanding animated programs and guest acting.

About The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences

The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (NATAS) is a professional service organization dedicated to the advancement of the arts and sciences of television and the promotion of creative leadership for artistic, educational and technical achievements within the television industry. For more information, please visit the website at www.emmyonline.tv

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13th Annual WIN Awards Red Carpet Report Video Interviews

We were excited to come out and cover the 13th Annual WIN Awards honoring women in TV and Film. Check out the inteviews and photos below.

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Click here to view all the photos from the red carpet at the 13th Annual WIN Awards, a set on Flickr.

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Mingle Media TV and JJ Snyder were invited to come out to the Barnsdall Gallery Theater and cover the 13th Annual WIN (Women’s Image Network) Awards that honor media artists who create dimensional female film and television images advancing equal rights, gender equality and dignity.

The WIN Awards also serve as a media advocacy tool to help liberate women and girls from poverty and injustice. WIN knows that without social parity, world peace, security and sustainable development is in jeopardy. For the first time, The WIN Awards 13 added an Activist Honoree Award and its inaugural recipient is the Dancing With The Stars, eco-friendly and humane designer, Dalia MacPhee.

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About the WIN Awards
WIN was founded in 1987 Actress Phyllis Stuart as New York charity, Light Productions, Inc., as a 501c3 non-profit corporation which creates projects to enliven and encourage the community into social action. Operating in California as (WIN) since 1993, Stuart and her team have produced dozens of live events, film festivals, awards shows, television shows and films, employing media advocacy to encourage television, film and advertising artists to create work that create dimensional female media portrayals. Follow the WIN Awards at www.thewinawards.com or LIKE them on Facebook here: www.facebook.com/TheWINAwardsShow

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The Upcoming WIN Awards Celebrating Women in Film and TV

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We’re excited to share news about the upcoming WIN Awards on Friday, the 24th of February at the Barnsdall Art Theatre in Los Angeles.

Last year we covered this event and met some very amazing women… from the singing group Cimorelli, a family performance group of 6 sisters, Christina, Katherine, Lisa, Amy, Lauren, and Dani….

…. to Cheryl Hines.

The Women’s Image Network (WIN) produces The WIN Awards to shape positive public opinion about the value of women and girls by celebrating outstanding film and television that fosters powerful and dimensional female media images.

WIN was founded in 1987 Actress Phyllis Stuart as New York charity, Light Productions, Inc., as a 501c3 non-profit corporation which creates projects to enliven and encourage the community into social action. Operating in California as (WIN) since 1993, Stuart and her team have produced dozens of live events, film festivals, awards shows, television shows and films, employing media advocacy to encourage television, film and advertising artists to create work that create dimensional female media portrayals.

That’s why we’re excited to support this event and WIN. This year they have announced the nominees (as listed below) which cover a range from movies to TV production, directing, acting and more.

This year the Nominees Range from Feature Film to TV and Drama to Comedy

Made For TV Movie / Mini Series

Mildred Pierce (HBO) A Killer Films/ John Wells Production in association with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer and HBO Miniseries; Directed by: Todd Haynes; Teleplay by: Todd Haynes, Jon Raymond; Based on the Novel by: James M. Cain; Executive Producers: John Wells, Todd Haynes, Christine Vachon, Pamela Koffler; Co-Executive Producer: Ilene S. Landress

Too Big to Fail (HBO) A Spring Creek and A Deuce Three Productions in association with HBO Films; Directed by Curtis Hanson; Written by Peter Gould; Based on the Book written by: Andrew Ross Sorkin; Executive Producers: Paula Weinstein, Jeffrey Levine, Curtis Hanson; Co-Executive Producer: Carol Fenelon; Produced by: Ezra Swerdlow; Co-Producers: Peter Gould, Andrew Ross Sorkin

Downton Abbey (PBS / MASTERPIECE) Directed by: Brian Kelly, Written by: Julian Fellowes, Producers: Rebecca Eaton, Julian Fellowes, Gareth Neame, Liz Trubridge           

Taken From Me: The Tiffany Rubin Story (Lifetime) Written by: Michael Bortman, Directed by: Gary Harvey, Producers: Anne Carlucci, Harvey Kahn, Damon Lee, David A. Rosemon

Actress Made For TV Movie / Mini Series

Kate Winslet Mildred Pierce (HBO)

Evan Rachel Wood Mildred Pierce (HBO)

Diane Lane Cinema Verite (HBO)

Taraji P. Henson Taken From Me: The Tiffany Rubin Story (Lifetime)

Elizabeth McGovern Downton Abbey (PBS)

Film / Show Directed By a Woman

Bette Midler Bette Midler: The Showgirl Must Go On (HBO) Encanto Enterprises and Funny Business in association with HBO Entertainment; Director: Bette Midler; Executive Producer: Bette Midler: Producers: Bette Midler, Seanne Farmer; Writers: Bette Midler, Eric Kornfeld, Bruce Vilanch (Additional Material); Original stage production conceived and directed by: Bette Midler

Vera Farmiga Higher Ground (Sony Pictures Classics) BCDF Pictures, Authentic Talent and Literary Management, The Group Entertainment (TGE) Production Company, Ruminant Films Written by: Tim Metcalfe, Carolyn S Briggs (Screenplay), (Carolyn S Briggs (Memoir: “This Dark World”), Director: Vera Farmiga, Producers: Carly Hugo, Claude Dal Farra, Matthew Parker, Renn Hawkey, Jon Rubinstein, Brice Dal Farra, Jonathan Burkhart, Lauren Munsch, Carolyn S Briggs

Liz Garbus Bobby Fischer Against The World (HBO) Moxie Firecracker, HBO Documentary Films and LM Media; Director: Liz Garbus Producers: Stanley Buchthal, Liz Garbus, Matthew Justus, Rory Kennedy; Executive Producers: Dan Cogan, Nick Fraser, Maja Hoffmann, Martin Pieper, Sheila Nevins (HBO); Senior Producer: Nancy Abraham (HBO); Co-Producers: Christoph Jorg, David Koh

Shari Springer Berman (Co-Director) Cinema Verite (HBO) A Pariah Production in association with HBO Films; Writer: David Seltzer; Directors: Shari Springer Berman, Robert Pulcini; Executive Producers: Gavin Polone, Zanne Devine; Producer: Karen McCarthy

Laurie-Ann Gibson Lady Gaga Presents The Monster Ball Tour: At Madison Square Garden (HBO) Mermaid Films in association with HBO Entertainment; Executive Producers: Lady Gaga, Troy Carter, Vincent Herbert, Jimmy Iovine, Mo Morrison; Co-Producer: Steven Johnson; Creative Producer: Nicole Ehrlich

Reality Series

Joan & Melissa: Joan Knows Best? (WEtv)  Executive Producers: Charles Steenveld, Barry Poznick, John Stevens; Co-Executive Producers: Joan Rivers, Melissa Rivers, Robert Caplain; Executive Producers (WE tv): Annabelle McDonald, John Miller

How Do I Look? (Style Network) Executive Producers: Riaz Patel; Taylor Hennessey; Renee Simon; Co-Executive Producer: Camilla Rahaman; Supervising Producers: David Price, David Garfield; Producers: Samantha Hackett; Ashley Loewen; Coordinating Producers: Sal Ruggiero; Associate Producer, Andrew Hunter

Project Runway (Lifetime) Harvey Weinstein, Bob Weinstein, Meryl Poster, Jonathan Murray, Sara Rea, Heidi Klum, Jane Cutler, Desiree Gruber, Rob Sharenow, Gena McCarthy, David Hillman, Barbara Schneeweiss, Colleen Sands, Gil Goldschein

E! Investigates: Teen Suicide (E! Entertainment) Executive Producer: Suzanne Ross, Host And Correspondent: Laura Ling, Supervising Producer: Carey Zeiser, Producer: Randy Ferrell, Segment Producer: Dan Masek 

Kimora: Life In The Fab Lane (Style Network) Executive Producers: Ken Druckerman, Banks Tarver, Kimora Lee Simmons, Mike Nichols, Sarah Weidman (The Style Network); Co-Executive Producer: Tracy Mazuer

Documentary Film

Triangle: Remembering The Fire (HBO) Blowback Productions for HBO Documentary Films; Directed by: Daphne Pinkerson; Produced by Daphne Pinkerson and Marc Levin; Written by Michael Hirsch, Richard Lowe and Daphne Pinkerson; Edited by Richard Lowe & Christopher K. Walker; Line Producer: Kara Rozansky, “Scenes from “The Triangle Factory Fire Scandal” Directed by Mel Stuart; Senior Producer: Nancy Abraham (For HBO); Executive Producer: Sheila Nevins (For HBO); Narrated by Tovah Feldshuh

Wishful Drinking (HBO) A World of Wonder Productions in association with HBO Documentary Films; Directors: Fenton Bailey, Randy Barbato; Writer: Carrie Fisher; Stars: Carrie Fisher; Producers: Fenton Bailey, Randy Barbato; Co-Producer: Mona Card; Senior Producer: Lisa Heller (For HBO); Executive Producer: Sheila Nevins (For HBO)

 Sex Crimes Unit (HBO) Jackson Films and HBO Documentary Films; Director: Lisa F. Jackson; Producer: Lisa F. Jackson; Co-Producer: Jennifer Ollman; Senior Producer: Nancy Abraham (For HBO); Executive Producer: Sheila Nevins (For HBO)

Gloria: In Her Own Words (HBO) HBO Documentary Films and Kunhardt McGee Productions; Director: Peter Kunhardt; Producers: Peter Kunhardt, Sheila Nevins; Executive Producer: Dyllan McGee (Kunhardt McGee Productions); Supervising Producer: Jacqueline Glover (For HBO)

Love Crimes of Kabul (HBO) HBO Documentary Films; Director: Tanaz Eshaghian; Producer: Tanaz Eshaghian; Co-Producer: Christoph Jorg; Local Afghan Producer: Ali Ahmad Safi; Supervising Producer: Sara Bernstein (For HBO); Executive Producer: Sheila Nevins (For HBO)

Film / Show Produced By a Woman

Kris Jenner Keeping Up With The Kardashians (E! Entertainment) Kris Jenner Keeping Up With The Kardashians (E! Entertainment) Executive Producers: Ryan Seacrest, Jonathan Murray, Jeff Jenkins, Farnaz Farjam-Chazan, Kris Jenner, Gil Goldschein, Co-Executive Producer: Melissa Bidwell

Toni Braxton, Tamar Braxton, Jane Lipsitz Braxton Family Values (WEtv) Magical Elves; Executive Producers: Julio Kollerbohm, Tamar Braxton, Jane Lipsitz, Toni Braxton, Dan Cutforth, Vincent Herbert, Gaylen Gawlowski, Troy Carter, John Miller (WE), Annabelle McDonald (WE)

Bette Midler Bette Midler: The Showgirl Must Go On (HBO) Encanto Enterprises and Funny Business in association with HBO Entertainment; Executive Producer: Bette Midler: Producers: Bette Midler, Seanne Farmer; Writers: Bette Midler, Eric Kornfeld, Bruce Vilanch (Additional Material); Original Stage Production Conceived and Directed by: Bette Midler

Lady Gaga Lady Gaga Presents The Monster Ball Tour: At Madison Square Garden (HBO) Mermaid Films in association with HBO Entertainment; Executive Producers: Lady Gaga, Troy Carter, Vincent Herbert, Jimmy Iovine, Mo Morrison, Co-Producer: Steven Johnson, Creative Producer: Nicole Ehrlich         

Gay RosenthalCarrie Franklin, Sarah Weidman, Brittany Daniel Ruby (Style Network) Gay Rosenthal Productions, Executive Producers: Gay Rosenthal, Carrie Franklin, Sarah Weidman (The Style Network), Paul Barrosse, Nicholas Caprio, Brittany Daniel, Tim Puntillo, Supervising Producer: Natalie Aaron; Producer: Ruby Gettinger

Drama Series

Private Practice Did You Hear What Happened To Charlotte King (ABC) Mark Gordon Company, Shondaland; Creator: Shonda Rhimes; Written by: Shonda Rhimes, Directed by: Allison Liddi-Brown; Executive Producers: Mark Tinker, Craig Turk, Steve Blackman, Shonda Rhimes, Betsy Beers, Mark R. Gordon; Co-Executive Producers: Jennifer Cecil, Barbie Kligman, Ann Kindberg; Supervising Producers: Fred EinesmanAyanna Floyd-Ohl; Producers: Hans Van Doornewaard, Karen Wyscarver, Sanford Golden; Co-Producers: Chris Van Dusen, David Glazier 

The Good Wife In Sickness (CBS) CBS Television Studios, King Size Productions, Scott Free Productions; Creators: Michelle King, Robert King; Executive Producers:  Robert King, Michelle King, Tony Scott, Ridley Scott, David W. Zucker, Brooke Kennedy, Writers: Robert King & Michelle King (Teleplay), Steve Lichtman (Story By), Director: Felix Enriquez Alcala

Army Wives Movement To Contact (Lifetime) ABC Television Studios, Mark Gordon Company; Creator: Katherine Fugate; Writer: Rebecca Dameron; Director: John Kretchmer; Executive Producers: Mark R. Gordon, Deborah Spera, Jeff Melvoin; Co-Executive Producers: John Kretchmer, Debra Fordham; Consulting Producers: Marshall Persinger, James Stanley; Supervising Producer: Karen Maser; Producer: Barbara D’Alessandro        

HawthoRNe: For Better Or Worse (TNT) Sony Pictures Television; Creator: John Masius, Executive Producers: Jada Pinkett Smith, Jamie Tarses, Jeff Rake, Arvin Brown, Mikael Salomon, Showrunner: Sarah Thorp, Co-Executive Producer: Bill Chais

Actress Drama Series

Debra Winger In Treatment: Frances, Week 4

Julianna Margulies The Good Wife: In Sickness

Anna Paquin True Blood: She’s Not There

Jada Pinkett Smith HawthoRNe: For Better Or Worse

Lena Headey Game of Thrones: The Kingsroad

Comedy Series

Drop Dead Diva (Lifetime) Sony Pictures Television, Storyline Entertainment, Executive Producers: Josh Berman, Craig Zadan, Neil Meron, Alex Taub, Co-Executive Producers Bob Wilson and Jamie Babbit Consulting Producers: Amy Engelberg, Wendy Engelberg and Bill Fordes

Raising Hope 20th Century Fox Television, Amigos de Garcia Productions; Creator: Greg Garcia, Executive Producers: Greg Garcia; Co-Executive Producers: Michael A Mariano, Bobby Bowman, Michael Pennie, Christine Zander

Curb Your Enthusiasm (HBO) HBO Entertainment; Creator: Larry David; Executive Producers: Larry David, Jeff Garlin , Gavin Polone, Alec Berg, David Mandel, Jeff Schaffer, Larry Charles, Tim Gibbons, Erin OÕMalley; Producer: Laura Streicher; Co-Producer: Megan Murphy

Chelsea Lately (E! Entertainment) 3 Arts Entertainment, Curly One Productions; Executive Producers: Corin Nelson, Chelsea Handler Mark Schulman; Co-Executive Producer: Peter Johansen; Supervising Producer; Heather McDonald; Story Producers:  Sue Murphy, Dora Mendoza; Producers: Deb Cullen, Dan Isaacson       

Parks And Recreation (NBC) Universal Television, Deedle-Dee Productions, 3 Arts Entertainment Creators/Executive Producers/Showrunners: Greg Daniel, Michael Schur, Consulting Producers: Tucker Cawley, Norm Hiscock, Mike Scully, Producers: Morgan Sackett, Amy Poehler, Greg Daniels,    Executive Story Editor: Daniel J Goor, Story Editor: Rachel Axler 

Actress Comedy Series

Joan Rivers Fashion Police

Martha Plimpton Raising Hope

Brooke Elliott Drop Dead Diva

Amy Poehler Parks And Recreation

Chelsea Handler After Lately

Actress Feature Film

Emily Watson War Horse

Vera Farmiga Higher Ground

Viola Davis The Help

Emma Stone The Help

Ellen Barkin Another Happy Day

Feature Film

Higher Ground (Sony Pictures Classics) BCDF Pictures, Authentic Talent and Literary Management, The Group Entertainment (TGE) Production Company, Ruminant Films Written by: Tim Metcalfe, Carolyn S Briggs (Screenplay), (Carolyn S Briggs (Memoir: “This Dark World”), Director: Vera Farmiga, Producers: Carly Hugo, Claude Dal Farra, Matthew Parker, Renn Hawkey, Jon Rubinstein, Brice Dal Farra, Jonathan Burkhart, Lauren Munsch, Carolyn S Briggs

War Horse (Dreamworks Studios) DreamWorks Studios, Kennedy/Marshall Company, Amblin Entertainment; Writers: Lee Hall, Richard Curtis (Screenplay), Michael Morpurgo (Novel), Nick Stafford (Play), Director: Steven Spielberg Producers: Steven Spielberg, Kathleen Kennedy, Adam Somner, Tracey Seaward, Frank Marshall, Revel Guest

The Help (Dreamworks Studios) Reliance Big Entertainment, Participant Media, Image Nation, 1492 Pictures, Harbinger Pictures, Touchstone Pictures; Producer: Brunson Green. Chris Columbus, Michael Barnathan; Executive Producers: Mark Radcliffe, Tate Taylor, L. Dean Jones, Jr., Nate Berkus, Jennifer Blum, John Norris, Jeff Skoll, Mohamed Kalaf-Al-Mazrouei; Writers: Tate Taylor (screenplay) Kathryn Stockett (novel), Director: Tate Taylor

Another Happy Day (Phase Four Films) Mandalay Pictures, DIMS Film LLC, Parts and Labor, Princess Pictures, Cineric Inc; Sam Levinson, Writer/Director,  Producers: Celine Rattray, Todd Traina, Johnny Lin, Michael Nardelli, Salli Newman, Pamela L. Fielder, Ellen Barkin, Co-Producers: Cindy Tolan, Todd J Labarowski, Anne O’Sheas

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Who’s Winning? A Look at 63 Years of the Emmy Awards by the Numbers

You can size up the Emmy’s by a number of factors from who’s been nominated and who’s won the most by viewing this infographic below. Or take a deeper dive into the annual event that has fascinated TV viewers for more than six decades.

Emmys 2011

Emmys 2011

Read between the lines and consider this…

How many Emmy’s are going to “Cable” and “smaller” audiences? 

Did you know that the Emmy’s consider the content – not the platform. They have said that the greatest growth they’ve seen is with short-form web content and they have a category for it. So when you’re looking to the future and see more series that start online and move to Cable or TV, think about in 3 years when it will all be served up on the same medium and it will be the size of the audience that gets measured accurately.

Look at the size of the audience that Mad Men has… and compare it to traditional audience sizes. Size does not matter – the quality of the story does.

Emmy Awards

Here are some fascinating numbers to compare 2010-2011

NON-CABLE NOMINATIONS AND WINS

2011                                                                       2010

ABC – 40 nominations                                   ABC – 63 nominations, 18 wins (includes juried wins)

CBS – 50 nominations                                    CBS – 57 nominations, 10 wins

FOX – 42 nominations                                   FOX – 48 nominations, 11 wins (includes juried wins)

NBC – 46 nominations                                    NBC – 46 nominations, 8 wins

PBS – 43 nominations                                     PBS – 32 nominations, 7 wins

CABLE NOMINATIONS AND WINS

2011                                                                       2010

A&E – 2 nominations                                      A&E – 2 nominations, 1 win

AMC – 29 nominations                                    AMC – 26 nominations, 6 wins

Animal Planet – 2 nominations                    Animal Planet – 2 nominations, 0 wins

BBC America – 1 nomination                         BBC America – 0 nominations, 0 wins

BIO – 2 nominations                                         BIO – 0 nominations, 0 wins

Bravo – 5 nominations                                      Bravo – 6 nominations, 1 win

Cartoon Network – 6 nominations                 Cartoon Network – 7 nominations, 4 wins (includes juried wins)

Comedy Central – 11 nominations                  Comedy Central – 8 nominations, 2 wins

CW – 1 nomination                                              CW – 0 nominations, 0 wins

DirecTV – 4 nominations                                  DirecTV – 4 nominations, 0 wins

Discovery Channel – 5 nominations               Discovery Channel – 14 nominations, 2 wins

Disney Channel – 2 nominations                    Disney Channel – 5 nominations, 1 win

Disney😄 – 1 nomination                                 Disney😄 – 0 nominations, 0 wins

EPIX – 2 nominations                                         EPIXHD – 1 nomination, 0 wins

ESPN – 2 nominations                                         ESPN – 0 nominations, 0 wins

Fox Movie Channel – 1 nomination                 Fox Movie Channel – 0 nominations, 0 wins

FUSE – 1 nomination                                            FUSE – 0 nominations, 0 wins

FX Networks – 6 nominations                           FX Networks – 9 nominations, 0 wins

HBO – 104 nominations                                      HBO – 101 nominations, 25 wins (includes juried win)

History – 7 nominations                                       History – 6 nominations, 1 win

Lifetime – 3 nominations                                     Lifetime – 11 nominations, 0 wins

MTV – 1 nomination                                              MTV – 0 nominations, 0 wins

Nickelodeon – 6 nominations                              Nickelodeon – 2 nominations, 1 win

OWN – 3 nominations                                           OWN – 0 nominations, 0 wins

ReelzChannel – 10 nominations                         ReelzChannel – 0 nominations, 0 wins

Showtime – 21 nominations                                Showtime – 23 nominations, 7 wins

Starz – 9 nominations                                            Starz – 0 nominations, 0 wins

Sundance Channel – 2 nominations                 Sundance Channel – 2 nominations, 0 wins

Syfy –1 nomination                                                 Syfy – 6 nominations, 0 wins

TBS – 3 nominations                                             TBS – 0 nominations, 0 wins

TCM – 3 nominations                                           TCM – 1 nomination, 0 wins

TeenNick – 1 nomination                                    TeenNick – 0 nominations, 0 wins

TNT – 3 nominations                                            TNT – 3 nominations, 1 win

Travel Channel – 4 nominations                        Travel Channel – 1 nomination, 0 wins

TV Land – 3 nominations                                    TV Land – 0 nominations, 0 wins

USA –  1 nomination                                              USA – 4 nominations, 1 win

BROADBAND NOMINATIONS AND WINS

2011                                                                       2010

ABC.com – 2 nominations                                    ABC.com – 1 nomination, 0 wins

Fox.com – 1 nomination                                       Fox.com – 1 nomination, 0 wins

JayLenosGarage.com – 1 nomination              JayLenosGarage.com – 0 nominations, 0 wins

NBC.com – 2 nominations                                    NBC.com – 3 nominations, 1 win

TBS.com – 1 nomination                                        TBS.com – 0 nominations, 0 wins

thedailyshow.com – 1 nomination                      thedailyshow.com – 1 nomination, 0 wins

SUMMARY OF “MOST” EMMYS

MOST EMMY NOMINATIONS FOR AN INDIVIDUAL:

  • Hector Ramirez: 64  (new record in 2011)
  • Jac Venza: 57
  • Sheila Nevins: 54

MOST EMMY NOMINATIONS FOR A PROGRAM:

  • Saturday Night Live: 142  (new record in 2011)
  • ER: 124
  • Cheers: 117

MOST EMMYS WON BY INDIVIDUALS:

  • Sheila Nevins: 22  (new record in 2011)
  • James L. Brooks: 20
  • Edward J. Greene: 20

MOST EMMYS WON BY A MALE PERFORMER:

  • Edward Asner: 7
  • Carl Reiner: 6 (as performer)
  • Tim Conway: 6
  • Art Carney: 6

MOST EMMYS WON BY A FEMALE PERFORMER:

  • Cloris Leachman: 8
  • Mary Tyler Moore: 7

MOST EMMYS WON BY A PERFORMER – SAME ROLE, SAME SERIES:

  • Candice Bergen (Murphy Brown): 5
  • Don Knotts (Andy Griffith Show): 5 

MOST EMMYS WON BY A SERIES:

  • Frasier: 37

MOST EMMYS WON BY A MINISERIES:

  • John Adams (2008): 13 

MOST EMMYS WON BY A MOVIE OF THE WEEK:

  • Eleanor and Franklin (1976): 11

MOST EMMYS WON IN A SINGLE YEAR BY A NETWORK:

  • CBS (1974): 44

MOST EMMYS WON BY A SERIES IN ITS FIRST SEASON:

  • The West Wing (2000): 9 

MOST EMMYS WON BY A SERIES IN A SINGLE SEASON:

  • The West Wing (2000): 9

MOST EMMY WINS AS BEST DRAMA SERIES:

  • Hill Street Blues: 4
  • L.A. Law: 4
  • The West Wing: 4 

MOST EMMY WINS AS BEST COMEDY SERIES:

  • Frasier: 5 

MOST PROGRAM NOMINATIONS IN A SINGLE AWARDS YEAR 

COMEDY SERIES

  • 30 Rock (2009): 22 nominations
  • Most in 2011 – Modern Family: 17 nominations

DRAMA SERIES

  • NYPD Blue (1994): 27 nominations
  • Most in 2011 – Mad Men: 19 nominations

MINISERIES

  • Roots (1977): 37 nominations
  • Most in 2011 – Mildred Pierce: 21 nominations

MADE FOR TELEVISION MOVIE

  • Eleanor and Franklin (1976) and Eleanor and Franklin: The White House Years (1977) and Bury My Heart At Wounded Knee (2007) and Grey Gardens (2009): 17 nominations
  • Most in 2011 – Too Big To Fail: 11 nominations 

VARIETY PROGRAM 

  • Saturday Night Live (2011): 16 nominations (new record in 2011)
  • Most in 2011 – Saturday Night Live: 16 nominations 

NONFICTION PROGRAM

  • Dancing With The Stars (2009) and American Idol (2011): 10 nominations (new record in 2011)
  • Most in 2011 – American Idol: 10 nominations

PERFORMER HUSBANDS AND WIVES WHO HAVE BOTH WON EMMYS

  • Anne Bancroft and Mel Brooks
  • Bonnie Bartlett and William Daniels
  • Colleen Dewhurst and George C. Scott
  • Lynn Fontanne and Alfred Lunt
  • Felicity Huffman and William H. Macy
  • Jessica Tandy and Hume Cronyn
  • Marlo Thomas and Phil Donahue
  • Lynn Whitfield and Brian Gibson
  • Joanne Woodward and Paul Newman

PARENTS AND CHILDREN WHO HAVE BOTH WON EMMYS

  • Lucille Ball and Lucie Arnaz
  • Tony and Danny and Dae Bennett
  • James and Tyne Daly
  • Buz and David and Jenji Kohan
  • Walter C. and Paul Miller
  • Christopher and Amanda Plummer
  • Carl and Rob Reiner
  • George Stevens and George Stevens, Jr.
  • George Stevens, Jr. and Michael Stevens
  • Donald and Kiefer Sutherland
  • Danny and Marlo and Tony Thomas
2011 Emmy Nominees

2011 Emmy Nominees

2011 PERFORMER NOMINATION HISTORY 

(includes all category nominations for 2011 as of 7/14/2011 bold = first time nominee)  

  • WILL ARNETT (30 ROCK) – 4 nominations, 0 wins
  • EILEEN ATKINS (UPSTAIRS DOWNSTAIRS (MASTERPIECE)) – 2 nominations, 1 win
  • ALEC BALDWIN (30 ROCK) – 11 nominations, 2 wins
  • ELIZABETH BANKS (30 ROCK) – 1 nomination, 0 wins
  • CHRISTINE BARANSKI (THE GOOD WIFE) – 9 nominations, 1 win
  • KATHY BATES (ALICE) – 9 nominations, 0 wins
  • BOB BERGEN (THE LOONEY TUNES SHOW) – 1 nomination, 0 wins
  • TOM BERGERON (DANCING WITH THE STARS) – 6 nominations, 0 wins
  • JULIE BOWEN (MODERN FAMILY) – 2 nominations, 0 wins
  • ANDRE BRAUGHER (MEN OF A CERTAIN AGE) – 7 nominations, 2 wins
  • BEAU BRIDGES (BROTHERS & SISTERS) – 14 nominations, 3 wins
  • CONNIE BRITTON (FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS) – 2 nomination, 0 wins
  • CARA BUONO (MAD MEN) – 1 nomination, 0 wins
  • TY BURRELL (MODERN FAMILY) – 2 nominations, 0 wins
  • STEVE BUSCEMI (BOARDWALK EMPIRE) – 4 nominations, 0 wins
  • STEVE CARELL (THE OFFICE) – 9 nominations, 0 wins
  • DAN CASTELLANETA (THE SIMPSONS) – 3 nominations, 4 wins (includes juried wins)
  • KYLE CHANDLER (FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS) – 3 nominations, 0 wins
  • JOSH CHARLES (THE GOOD WIFE) – 1 nomination, 0 wins
  • KRISTIN CHENOWETH (GLEE) – 4 nominations, 1 win
  • LOUIS C.K. (LOUIE & LOUIS C.K. HILARIOUS) – 4 nominations, 0 wins     
  • CHRIS COLFER (GLEE) – 2 nominations, 0 wins
  • JON CRYER (TWO AND A HALF MEN) – 6 nominations, 1 win
  • ALAN CUMMING (THE GOOD WIFE) – 2 nominations, 0 wins
  • JOAN CUSACK (SHAMELESS) – 1 nomination, 0 wins
  • MATT DAMON (30 ROCK) – 4 nominations, 0 wins
  • JEREMY DAVIES (JUSTIFIED) – 1 nomination, 0 wins
  • CAT DEELEY (SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE) – 1 nomination, 0 wins
  • BRUCE DERN (BIG LOVE) – 1 nomination, 0 wins
  • LORETTA DEVINE (GREY’S ANATOMY) – 1 nomination, 0 wins
  • PETER DINKLAGE (GAME OF THRONES) – 1 nomination, 0 wins
  • IDRIS ELBA (LUTHER & THE BIG C) – 2 nominations, 0 wins
  • MIREILLE ENOS (THE KILLING) – 1 nomination, 0 wins
  • EDIE FALCO (NURSE JACKIE) – 9 nominations, 4 wins
  • JESSE TYLER FERGUSON (MODERN FAMILY) – 2 nominations, 0 wins
  • TINA FEY (30 ROCK & SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE) – 19 nominations, 7 wins
  • LAURENCE FISHBURNE (THURGOOD) – 5 nominations, 2 wins
  • MICHELLE FORBES (THE KILLING) – 1 nomination, 0 wins
  • MICHAEL J. FOX (THE GOOD WIFE) -13 nominations, 5 wins
  • JOHNNY GALECKI (THE BIG BANG THEORY) – 1 nomination, 0 wins
  • ZACH GALIFANAKIS (SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE) – 1 nomination, 0 wins
  • PAUL GIAMATTI (TOO BIG TO FAIL) – 2 nominations, 1 win
  • WALTON GOGGINS (JUSTIFIED) – 1 nomination, 0 wins
  • SETH GREEN (ROBOT CHICKEN) – 7 nominations, 1 win
  • MICHAEL C. HALL (DEXTER) – 5 nominations, 0 wins
  • JON HAMM (MAD MEN) – 6 nominations, 0 wins
  • MARISKA HARGITAY (LAW & ORDER: SPECIAL VICTIMS UNIT) – 8 nominations, 1 win
  • RANDEE HELLER (MAD MEN) – 1 nomination, 0 wins
  • CHRISTINA HENDRICKS (MAD MEN) – 2 nominations, 0 wins
  • TARAJI P. HENSON (TAKEN FROM ME: THE TIFFANY RUBIN STORY) – 1 nomination, 0 wins
  • WILLIAM HURT (TOO BIG TO FAIL) – 2 nominations, 0 wins
  • DOT-MARIE JONES (GLEE) – 1 nomination, 0 wins
  • PHIL KEOGHAN (THE AMAZING RACE) – 12 nominations, 7 wins
  • GREG KINNEAR (THE KENNEDYS) – 1 nomination, 0 wins
  • JANE KRAKOWSKI (30 ROCK) – 3 nominations, 0 wins
  • MAURICE LAMARCHE (FUTURAMA) – 2 nominations, 0 wins
  • DIANE LANE (CINEMA VERITE) – 2 nominations, 0 wins
  • NATHAN LANE (MODERN FAMILY) – 3 nominations, 0 wins
  • HUGH LAURIE (HOUSE) – 7 nominations, 0 wins
  • CLORIS LEACHMAN (RAISING HOPE) – 22 nominations, 8 wins
  • MATT LEBLANC (EPISODES) – 4 nominations, 0 wins
  • MELISSA LEO (MILDRED PIERCE) – 1 nomination, 0 wins
  • LAURA LINNEY (THE BIG C) – 4 nominations, 3 wins
  • JANE LYNCH (GLEE) – 3 nominations, 1 win
  • KELLY MACDONALD (BOARDWALK EMPIRE) – 2 nominations, 1 win
  • JULIANNA MARGULIES (THE GOOD WIFE) – 8 nominations, 1 win
  • JEAN MARSH (UPSTAIRS DOWNSTAIRS (MASTERPIECE)) – 4 nominations, 1 win
  • MARGO MARTINDALE (JUSTIFIED) – 1 nomination, 0 wins
  • MELISSA MCCARTHY (MIKE & MOLLY) – 1 nomination, 0 wins
  • PAUL MCCRANE (HARRY’S LAW) – 1 nomination, 0 wins
  • MARY MCDONNELL (THE CLOSER) – 2 nominations, 0 wins
  • ELIZABETH MCGOVERN (DOWNTON ABBEY (MASTERPIECE)) – 1 nomination, 0 wins
  • ROBERT MORSE (MAD MEN) – 5 nominations, 1 win
  • ELISABETH MOSS (MAD MEN) – 3 nominations, 0 wins
  • BRIAN F. O’BYRNE (MILDRED PIERCE) – 1 nomination, 0 wins
  • TIMOTHY OLYPHANT (JUSTIFIED) – 1 nomination, 0 wins
  • ED O’NEILL (MODERN FAMILY) – 1 nomination, 0 wins
  • GWYNETH PALTROW (GLEE) – 1 nomination, 0 wins
  • ARCHIE PANJABI (THE GOOD WIFE) – 2 nominations, 1 win
  • JIM PARSONS (THE BIG BANG THEORY) – 3 nominations, 1 win
  • GUY PEARCE (MILDRED PIERCE) – 1 nomination, 0 wins
  • BARRY PEPPER (THE KENNEDYS) – 2 nominations, 0 wins
  • MARTHA PLIMPTON (RAISING HOPE) – 2 nominations, 0 wins
  • CHRISTOPHER PLUMMER (MOGULS & MOVIE STARS) – 7 nominations, 2 wins
  • AMY POEHLER (PARKS AND RECREATION) – 4 nominations, 0 wins
  • JEFF PROBST (SURVIVOR) – 10 nominations, 4 wins
  • EDGAR RAMIREZ (CARLOS) – 1 nomination, 0 wins
  • RYAN SEACREST (AMERICAN IDOL) – 10 nominations, 1 win
  • JOHN SLATTERY (MAD MEN) – 4 nominations, 0 wins
  • MAGGIE SMITH (DOWNTON ABBEY (MASTERPIECE)) – 5 nominations, 1 win
  • JULIA STILES (DEXTER) – 1 nomination, 0 wins
  • ERIC STONESTREET (MODERN FAMILY) – 2 nominations, 1 win
  • BRENDA STRONG (DESPERATE HOUSEWIVES) – 1 nomination, 0 wins
  • JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE (SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE) – 7 nominations, 2 wins
  • SOFIA VERGARA (MODERN FAMILY) – 2 nominations, 0 wins
  • BETTY WHITE (HOT IN CLEVELAND) – 17 nominations, 5 wins
  • KRISTEN WIIG (SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE) – 3 nominations, 0 wins
  • TOM WILKINSON (THE KENNEDYS) – 4 nominations, 1 win
  • MARE WINNINGHAM (MILDRED PIERCE) – 6 nominations, 2 wins
  • KATE WINSLET (MILDRED PIERCE) – 2 nominations, 0 wins
  • EVAN RACHEL WOOD (MILDRED PIERCE) – 1 nomination, 0 wins
  • ALFRE WOODARD (TRUE BLOOD) – 16 nominations, 4 wins
  • JAMES WOODS (TOO BIG TO FAIL) – 8 nominations, 2 wins

Be sure to tune in on Sunday, September 18th at 8 PM ET / 5 PM PT on FOX for the LIVE Telecast of the 63rd Primetime Emmy Awards!

Be sure to tell us who your favorites are in this year’s nominations!!

About the Emmy Awards

The Primetime Emmy Awards are awards presented by the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences in recognition of excellence in American primetime television programming. First awarded in 1949, they were originally referred to as just the “Emmy Awards” until the first Daytime Emmy Award ceremonies were held in the 1970s, and the word “primetime” was added to disambiguate between the two.