71st Primetime Creative Arts Emmy Awards

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71st Primetime Creative Arts Emmy Awards
DateSeptember 14–15, 2019
Location
Presented byAcademy of Television Arts & Sciences
Most awardsGame of Thrones (10)
Most nominationsGame of Thrones (18)
Television/radio coverage
NetworkFXX

The 71st Primetime Creative Arts Emmy Awards honored the best in artistic and technical achievement in American prime time television programming from June 1, 2018, until May 31, 2019, as chosen by the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. The awards were presented across two ceremonies on September 14 and 15, 2019, at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles, California.[1] FXX broadcast an abbreviated telecast of the ceremonies on September 21, leading into the 71st Primetime Emmy Awards on September 22.

Winners and nominees[edit]

Winners are listed first, highlighted in boldface, and indicated with a double dagger (‡).[2][3][a] Sections are based upon the categories listed in the 2018–2019 Emmy rules and procedures.[4] Area awards and juried awards are denoted next to the category names as applicable.[b] For simplicity, producers who received nominations for program awards have been omitted.

Governors Award[edit]

Programs[edit]

Programs
  • Creating Saturday Night Live (NBC)Winner
    • Fosse/Verdon (Inside Look) (FX)
    • Pose: Identity, Family, Community (Inside Look) (FX)
    • RuPaul's Drag Race's: Out Of The Closet (VH1)
    • RuPaul's Drag Race's: Portrait Of A Queen (VH1)
Outstanding Innovation in Interactive Programming (Juried)
  • Artificial (Twitch)Winner
  • Wolves in the Walls: It’s All Over (Oculus Store)Winner

Performing[edit]

Performing

Animation[edit]

Animation
  • Age of Sail – Céline Desrumaux (YouTube)Winner
  • Age of Sail – Bruno Mangyoku (YouTube)Winner
  • Age of Sail – Jasmin Lai (YouTube)Winner
  • Carmen Sandiego: "The Chasing Paper Caper" – Elaine Lee (Netflix)Winner
  • Love, Death & Robots: "Good Hunting" – Jun-ho Kim (Netflix)Winner
  • Love, Death & Robots: "Sucker of Souls" – Owen Sullivan (Netflix)Winner
  • Love, Death & Robots: "The Witness" – Alberto Mielgo (Netflix)Winner
  • Love, Death & Robots: "The Witness" – David Pate (Netflix)Winner

Art Direction[edit]

Art Direction

Casting[edit]

Casting

Choreography[edit]

Choreography

Cinematography[edit]

Cinematography
  • The Ranch: "Reckless" – Donald A. Morgan (Netflix)Winner
    • Rel: "Halloween" – George Mooradian (Fox)
    • Will & Grace: "Family, Trip" – Gary Baum (NBC)
  • Free SoloJimmy Chin, Clair Popkin, and Mikey Schaefer (Nat Geo)Winner
    • Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown: "Bhutan" – Morgan Fallon, Todd Liebler, and Zach Zamboni (CNN)
    • Our Planet: "Coastal Seas" – Doug Anderson and Gavin Thurston (Netflix)
    • Our Planet: "Jungles" – Alastair MacEwen and Matt Aeberhard (Netflix)
    • Our Planet: "One Planet" – Jamie McPherson and Roger Horrocks (Netflix)

Commercial[edit]

Commercial
  • "Dream Crazy" (Nike)Winner
    • "Behind the Mac – Make Something Wonderful" (MacBook)
    • "A Great Day in Hollywood" (Netflix)
    • "Point of View" (Sandy Hook Promise)
    • "Shot on iPhone XS – Don't Mess with Mother" (iPhone)

Costumes[edit]

Costumes

Directing[edit]

Directing

Hairstyling[edit]

Hairstyling

Lighting Design / Direction[edit]

Lighting Design / Direction

Main Title and Motion Design[edit]

Main Title and Motion Design

Make-up[edit]

Make-up

Music[edit]

Music

Picture Editing[edit]

Picture Editing
  • Chernobyl: "Please Remain Calm" – Simon Smith (HBO)Winner
    • Chernobyl: "Open Wide, O Earth" – Jinx Godfrey (HBO)
    • Deadwood: The Movie – Martin Nicholson and Erick Fefferman (HBO)
    • Fosse/Verdon: "Life Is a Cabaret" – Tim Streeto (FX)
    • Sharp Objects: "Fix" – Véronique Barbe, Justin Lachance, Maxime Lahaie, Émile Vallée, and Jai M. Vee (HBO)
    • True Detective: "If You Have Ghosts" – Leo Trombetta (HBO)
  • Queer Eye – Joseph Deshano, Matthew Miller, Ryan Taylor, Carlos Gamarra, Iain Tibbles, and Tony Zajkowski (Netflix)Winner
    • The Amazing Race: "Who Wants a Rolex?" – Kellen Cruden, Christina Fontana, Jay Gammill, Katherine Griffin, Josh Lowry, Steve Mellon, and Jason Pedroza (CBS)
    • RuPaul's Drag Race – Jamie Martin, Michael Lynn Deis, Julie Tseselsky Kirschner, John Lim, Ryan Mallick, Michael Roha, and Corey Ziemniak (VH1)
    • RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars: "Jersey Justice" – Molly Shock, Eileen Finkelstein, Michael Lynn Deis, Myron Santos, Steve Brown, Ray Van Ness, and Michael Hellwig (VH1)
    • Survivor: "Appearances Are Deceiving" – Fred Hawthorne, Andrew Bolhuis, Joubin Mortazavi, Plowden Schumacher, David Armstrong, Evan Mediuch, and Jacob Teixeira (CBS)
  • United Shades of America with W. Kamau Bell: "Hmong Americans and the Secret War" – Alessandro Soares (CNN)Winner
    • Born This Way – Jarrod Burt, Jacob Lane, Annie Ray, Steve Miloszewski, Malinda Guerra, David Henry, Stephanie Lyra, Dana Martell, David McIntosh, Svein Mikkelsen, Patrick Post, Ryan Rambach, Peggy Tachdjian, Lisa Trulli, Kjer Westbye, and Dan Zimmerman (A&E)
    • Deadliest Catch: "Battle of Kings" – Rob Butler, Isaiah Camp, Nathen Araiza, Ben Bulatao and Greg Cornejo (Discovery Channel)
    • Life Below Zero: "Cost of Winter" – Tony Diaz, Matt Mercer, Jennifer Nelson, Eric Michael Schrader and Michael Swingler (Nat Geo)
    • RuPaul's Drag Race: Untucked – Kendra Pasker, Shayna Casey, and Stavros Stavropoulos (VH1)

Sound Editing[edit]

Sound Editing

Sound Mixing[edit]

Sound Mixing

Special Visual Effects[edit]

Special Visual Effects
  • Game of Thrones: "The Bells" – Joe Bauer, Steve Kullback, Adam Chazen, Sam Conway, Mohsen Mousavi, Martin Hill, Ted Rae, Patrick Tiberius Gehlen, and Thomas Schelesny (HBO)Winner
    • The Man in the High Castle: "Jahr Null" – Lawson Deming, Cory Jamieson, Casi Blume, Nick Chamberlain, Bill Parker, Saber Jlassi, Chris Parks, Brian Hobert, and Danielle Malambri (Prime Video)
    • The Orville: "Identity Part II" – Luke McDonald, Tommy Tran, Kevin Lingenfelser, Nhat Phong Tran, Brooke Noska, Melissa Delong, Brandon Fayette, Matt Von Brock, and Joseph Vincent Pike (Fox)
    • Star Trek: Discovery: "Such Sweet Sorrow, Part 2" – Jason Michael Zimmerman, Ante Dekovic, Ivan Kondrup Jensen, Mahmoud Rahnama, Alexander Wood, Aleksandra Kochoska, Charles Collyer, Fausto Tejeda, and Darcy Callaghan (CBS All Access)
    • The Umbrella Academy: "The White Violin" – Everett Burrell, R. Christopher White, Jeff Campbell, Sebastien Bergeron, Sean Schur, Steve Dellerson, Libby Hazell, Carrie Richardson, and Misato Shinohara (Netflix)
  • Chernobyl: "1:23:45" – Lindsay McFarlane, Max Dennison, Claudius Christian Rauch, Clare Cheetham, Laura Bethencourt Montes, Steven Godfrey, Luke Letkey, Christian Waite, and William Foulser (HBO)Winner
    • Catch-22: "Episode 4" – Matt Kasmir, Brian Connor, Dan Charbit, Matthew Wheelon Hunt, Alun Cummings, Gavin Harrison, Giovanni Casadei, Remi Martin, and Peter Farkas (Hulu)
    • Deadwood: The Movie – Eric Hayden, David Altenau, Alex Torres, Joseph Vincent Pike, Ian Northrop, Christopher Flynn, David Blumenfeld, Matthew Rappaport, and David Rand (HBO)
    • Escape at Dannemora: "Episode 6" – Steven Kirshoff, Joe Heffernan, John Bair, Djuna Wahlrab, Matthew Griffin, Shannen Walsh, Joseph Brigati, Vance Miller, and Min Hwa Jung (Showtime)
    • Tom Clancy's Jack Ryan: "Pilot" – Erik Henry, Matt Robken, Jamie Klein, Pau Costa Moeller, Bobo Skipper, Deak Ferrand, Crawford Reilly, Francois Lambert, and Joseph Kasparian (Prime Video)

Stunt Coordination[edit]

Stunt Coordination

Technical Direction[edit]

Technical Direction
  • Last Week Tonight with John Oliver: "Psychics" – Dave Saretsky, August Yuson, John Harrison, Dante Pagano, Jake Hoover, and Phil Salanto (HBO)Winner
    • The Big Bang Theory: "The Stockholm Syndrome" – John D. O'Brien, John Pierre Dechene, Richard G. Price, James L. Hitchcock, Brian Wayne Armstrong, and John E. Goforth (CBS)
    • Conan: "Episode 1232" – Iqbal S. Hans, John Palacio Jr., Seth Saint Vincent, Nicholas Kober, Ken Dahlquist, James Palczewski, and Ted Ashton (TBS)
    • The Late Late Show with James Corden: "Post AFC Championship Show with Chris Pratt and Russell Wilson" – Oleg Sekulovski, Taylor Campanian, Joel Binger, Scott Daniels, Peter Hutchinson, Michael Jarocki, Adam Margolis, Mark McIntire, Jimmy Verlande, and John Perry (CBS)
    • Saturday Night Live: "Host: Adam Sandler" – Steven Cimino, Frank Grisanti, Susan Noll, John Pinto, Paul Cangialosi, Len Wechsler, Dave Driscoll, and Eric A. Eisenstein (NBC)
    • The Voice: "Live Finale, Part 2" – Allan Wells, Terrance Ho, Diane Biederbeck, Danny Bonilla, Manny Bonilla, Robert Burnette, Suzanne Ebner, Guido Frenzel, Nick Gomez, Alex Hernandez, Marc Hunter, Scott Hylton, Katherine Iacofano, Scott Kaye, Steve Martyniuk, Jofre Rosero, and Steve Simmons (NBC)
  • The Late Late Show Carpool Karaoke Primetime Special 2019 – Oleg Sekulovski, Taylor Campanian, Joel Binger, Jim Velarde, Edward Nelson, Mark McIntire, Adam Margolis, Jorge Ferris, Mike Jarocki, Peter Hutchison, Charlie Wupperman, Joshua Gitersonke, Ian McGlocklin, Doug Longwill, Joshua Greenrock, Trace Dantzig, William O'Donnell, Max Kerby, and Scott Acosta (CBS)Winner
    • The Kennedy Center Honors – Eric Becker, J.M. Hurley, Susan Noll, Rob Balton, David Eastwood, Patrick Gleason, Danny Bonilla, Charlie Huntley, Helene Haviland, Steven R. Martyniuk, Jay Kulick, Freddy Frederick, Jimmy O'Donnell, Lyn Noland, Mark Whitman, and Easter Xua (CBS)
    • The Oscars – Kenneth Shapiro, Eric Becker, John Pritchett, Terrence Ho, Guy Jones, Keith Winikoff, Ralph Bolton, David Carline, Bob Del Russo, David Eastwood, Suzanne Ebner, Freddy Frederick, Shaun Harkins, Garrett Hurt, Jay Kulick, Tore Livia, Allen Merriweather, Lyn Noland, George Prince, Dan Webb, Rob Palmer, David Plakos, Easter Xua, Rob Balton, and Danny Bonilla (ABC)
    • RENT – Eric Becker, Charles Ciup, Emelie Scaminaci, Chris Hill, Bert Atkinson, Nat Havholm, Ron Lehman, David Levisohn, Tore Livia, Adam Margolis, Rob Palmer, Brian Reason, Dylan Sanford, Damien Tuffereau, and Andrew Waruszewski (Fox)
    • 72nd Annual Tony Awards – Eric Becker, Mike Anderson, J.M. Hurley, Ka-Lai Wong, Rob Balton, Bob Del Russo, Charlie Huntley, Jay Kulick, John Kosmaczewski, Tore Livia, James Scurti, Lyn Noland, Jimmy O'Donnell, Jim Tufaro, Mark Whitman, and David Smith (CBS)

Writing[edit]

Writing

Changes[edit]

The Television Academy announced a few minor changes in the rules of some categories and the addition of a new category.[6]

  • The addition of a new category, Outstanding Music Composition for a Documentary Series or Special (Original Dramatic Underscore) recognizing the unique creative process and evaluation criteria for documentary scoring, versus scoring for scripted series or specials.
  • The category Outstanding Choreography has been restructured and divided in two, Outstanding Choreography for Variety and Reality Programming (for Variety Series, Variety Special, Structured Reality, Unstructured Reality and Competition Program) and Outstanding Choreography for Scripted Programming (for Comedy Series, Drama Series, Limited Series and Television Movie), both being juried awards.

Wins by network[edit]

Network Program Individual Total
HBO 3 22 25
Netflix 4 19 23
Nat Geo 1 7 8
Prime Video 0 8 8
CNN 3 2 5
NBC 1 4 5
CBS 1 3 4
Fox 1 3 4
YouTube 1 3 4
FX 0 3 3
Hulu 0 3 3
SundanceTV 1 2 3
VH1 0 3 3
The CW 0 2 2
ABC 1 0 1
Apple Music 1 0 1
NASA TV 1 0 1
Oculus Store 1 0 1
Twitch 1 0 1

Programs with multiple awards[edit]

Program Awards
Game of Thrones 10
Chernobyl 7
Free Solo 7
The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel 6
Love, Death & Robots 5
Queer Eye 4
Age of Sail 3
Fosse/Verdon 3
RuPaul's Drag Race 3
Russian Doll 3
Saturday Night Live 3
State of the Union 3
The Handmaid's Tale 3
Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown 2
Barry 2
Crazy Ex-Girlfriend 2
Fleabag 2
Last Week Tonight with John Oliver 2
Our Planet 2
RENT 2
United Shades of America with W. Kamau Bell 2

Most nominations[edit]

Sources:

Shows that received multiple nominations
Nominations Show Network
18 Game of Thrones HBO
14 Saturday Night Live NBC
13 Chernobyl HBO
The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel Amazon Prime Video
10 Fosse/Verdon FX
Our Planet Netflix
9 The Handmaid's Tale Hulu
Russian Doll Netflix
8 Barry HBO
The Oscars ABC
RuPaul's Drag Race VH1
True Detective HBO
7 Deadwood: The Movie
Free Solo Nat Geo
6 Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown CNN
Homecoming: A Film by Beyoncé Netflix
Last Week Tonight with John Oliver HBO
Queer Eye Netflix
The Voice NBC
5 American Horror Story: Apocalypse FX
Carpool Karaoke: When Corden Met McCartney Live From Liverpool CBS
Escape at Dannemora Showtime
Fleabag Prime Video
Leaving Neverland HBO
RENT Fox
Sharp Objects HBO
When They See Us Netflix
World of Dance NBC
4 Better Call Saul AMC
Dancing with the Stars ABC
FYRE: The Greatest Party That Never Happened Netflix
GLOW
The 61st Grammy Awards CBS
Ozark Netflix
Pose FX
RBG CNN
So You Think You Can Dance Fox
Special Netflix
Star Trek: Discovery CBS
This Is Us NBC
72nd Annual Tony Awards CBS
Veep HBO
3 Born This Way A&E
Crazy Ex-Girlfriend The CW
Deadliest Catch Discovery Channel
Good Omens Prime Video
Hack Into Broad City Comedy Central
Hostile Planet Nat Geo
Killing Eve BBC America
Life Below Zero Nat Geo
Live in Front of a Studio Audience: Norman Lear's All in the Family and The Jeffersons ABC
The Man in the High Castle Prime Video
A Series of Unfortunate Events Netflix
Shark Tank ABC
State of the Union Sundance TV
Three Identical Strangers CNN
Will & Grace NBC
2 The Amazing Race CBS
Aretha! A Grammy Celebration for the Queen of Soul
Ballers HBO
Bandersnatch (Black Mirror) Netflix
The Big Bang Theory CBS
Catch-22 Hulu
CONAN TBS
An Emmy for Megan anemmyformegan.com
Family Guy Fox
The Good Place NBC
Hannah Gadsby: Nanette Netflix
How to Get Away with Murder ABC
Kennedy Center Honors CBS
The Late Late Show Carpool Karaoke Primetime Special 2019
The Late Late Show with James Corden
Love, Death & Robots Netflix
Love, Gilda CNN
RuPaul's Drag Race: Untucked VH1
The Simpsons Fox
Song of Parkland HBO
Springsteen on Broadway Netflix
Succession HBO
Survivor CBS
Tidying Up with Marie Kondo Netflix
Tom Clancy's Jack Ryan Prime Video
The Umbrella Academy Netflix
United Shades of America with W. Kamau Bell CNN
Wanda Sykes: Not Normal Netflix
What We Do in the Shadows FX
When You Wish Upon a Pickle: A Sesame Street Special HBO
Nominations by Network
Nominations Network
90 HBO
88 Netflix
44 NBC
37 CBS
29 Amazon Prime Video
23 ABC
FX
18 Fox
17 CNN
14 Hulu
13 Nat Geo
VH1
8 Showtime
5 A&E
Comedy Central
4 AMC
PBS
3 BBC America
Cartoon Network
The CW
Discovery Channel
Sundance TV
TBS
YouTube
2 anemmyformegan.com
Funny or Die
Nat Geo Wild

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ The outlets listed for each program are the U.S. broadcasters or streaming services identified in the nominations, which for some international productions are different than the broadcaster(s) that originally commissioned the program.
  2. ^
    • Area awards are non-competitive and nominees are considered on their own terms. Any nominee with at least 90% approval (or two-thirds approval for Children's Program) received an Emmy. If no nominee received 90% approval, the nominee with the highest approval received an Emmy; for area awards in picture editing and sound mixing, there was an additional requirement that the highest-rated nominee must have at least 50% approval to receive an Emmy.[4]
    • Juried awards generally do not have nominations; instead, all entrants were screened before members of the appropriate peer group, and one, more than one, or no entry was awarded an Emmy based on the jury's vote.[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "71st Emmy Awards Nominees and Winners". emmys.com. Retrieved July 27, 2019.
  2. ^ "2019 Primetime Emmy Awards – Nomination Press Release" (PDF). Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. Retrieved July 7, 2022.
  3. ^
  4. ^ a b c "71st Primetime Emmy Awards – 2018–2019 Rules and Procedures" (PDF). Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. April 9, 2019. Retrieved July 7, 2022.
  5. ^ Hipes, Patrick (July 31, 2019). "No Emmys Governors Award This Year From TV Academy". Deadline Hollywood. Retrieved February 2, 2022.
  6. ^ "Rules Changes for 2019 Emmys". emmys.com. 13 December 2018. Retrieved 16 July 2019.

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