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Jgh8x
07-19-07, 09:26 AM
A list of the nominations can be found here in several formats:

http://www.emmys.com/awards/2007pt/nominations.php

Reactions:

Pleasant surprises-
Rainn Wilson and Jenna Fischer for "The Office"
Rachel Griffiths and Sally Field for "Brothers & Sisters"
Michael Emerson & Terry O'Quinn for "LOST"

Not really surprises, but pleasant-
Steve Carrell and Alec Baldwin
Tina Fey and Mary-Louise Parker
30 Rock and The Office

Unpleasant surprises-
Keifer Sutherland somehow made it in for a dismal season of 24 over Michael C. Hall's brilliant portrayal of Dexter?!?
Jim w/o Pam (No nomination for John Krasinski?!?)

INCREDIBLY unpleasant surprises-
No LOST Best Drama, but Best Directing and Writing in a Drama (Yeah, that makes sense.)

And, perhaps the MOST pleasant surprise-
No Best Drama nomination for 24, in perhaps the worst season of television, ever. (And this is coming from someone COMPLETELY behind the 5th season Best Drama win.)

lotsofdvds
07-19-07, 09:34 AM
I was pleased to see Studio 60 get five noms.

I was not pleased to see the final episode of The Sopranos receive a Best Writing nom.

Lara Means
07-19-07, 09:35 AM
THE WIRE not getting nominations proves this award show is bullshit.

Red Dog
07-19-07, 09:38 AM
Heroes, Grey's Anatomy and Boston Legal for Best Drama but not Friday Night Lights or The Shield or Rescue Me or Deadwood or Rome or Lost.......?! Then no noms for Kyle Chandler nor Connie Britton?! You've got to be kidding me. The Emmys continue to be a total joke. Of course when you have it based on 1 episode out of a season, what should one expect.

Btwn the turnover in NBC mgmt, no major noms and the boomtown-like exile to Fridays, I really fear that FNL won't be with us much longer. :(

zekeburger1979
07-19-07, 09:39 AM
I was pleased to see the following happen:

Kevin Dillon for Entourage
Rainn Wilson for The Office

I was expecting Jenna to get nominated for The Office so that didn't surprise me. I was disappointed that John didn't get nominated.

Scrubs got 5 nominations, but no major ones. Boo!

Who exactly is watching Two and a Half Men? I've never seen a thread about it here, at Home Theater Forum or at Television With Out Pity. It can be funny, but I think it's pretty telling that the last new episode I watched, I changed it to watch a rerun of House instead!

I was surprised not to see Michael C. Hall nominated for Dexter.

I expect The Sopranos to take home Best Drama, thereby becoming the first drama series to take home the award after its' final episode aired.

Geofferson
07-19-07, 09:39 AM
:up: to the Denis Leary nom. The rest is a joke, by and large.

aktick
07-19-07, 09:43 AM
I love how on Yahoo's front page, it says, "No love for Lost or 24." Is it even fair to compare the 2? 24 was so bad last season it was a joke, and they are making it sound like it got snubbed? I don't consider shitty shows not getting nominated a snub, I call it justice. Lost got snubbed.

Grey's Anatomy. :rolleyes:
Heroes as best drama. :rolleyes:
Charlie Sheen. :rolleyes:
Emerson and Quinn. :thumbsup:
No Rome, Deadwood, or Big Love? :thmbsdwn:

conscience
07-19-07, 09:43 AM
Comedy side looks about right. Drama side is all messed up and extremely laughable - especially series. I could think of five shows that are much better than the ones listed. Thank God The Sopranos is over with. I'm tired of that show taking undeserved nominations (Bracco? Falco?). Especially in the writing category. One is fine. Three (almost) every year is not.

Red Dog
07-19-07, 09:47 AM
It was a mortal lock that Sopranos would get a lot of noms, so I resigned myself to that fact, but the continued nominations of Bracco who has a few lines each episode will never cease to perplex me.

lewisb73
07-19-07, 09:52 AM
Very suprised Dexter wasn't nominated...

Doughboy
07-19-07, 09:55 AM
They got some stuff right:

24's shutout in the Best Drama category. This isn't a shocker since Lost got shut out last year after a mediocre 2nd season following its Emmy-winning first season(they even poked fun at that in Conan's opening segment). And with 24 having an absolutely horrific 6th season, it had no business even sniffing a nomination.

Heroes' nomination for Best Drama. It had some weak acting performances and a lame finale, but overall it was one of last season's most exciting shows. And it's always a pleasant surprise when a genre series gets some love from Emmy voters(just ask Buffy or Battlestar Galactica fans).

Jenna Fischer for Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy. Pam is a reserved, low key kind of character on a show known for having some pretty whacked out ones, so it's good to see Fischer wasn't overlooked for her performance. Either that or the Emmy voters just felt sorry for her after she broke her back.;)

Masi Oka for Best Supporting Actor in a Drama. This one isn't a shocker. Heroes was likely to get one token acting nod and it was either gonna be Oka or the dude who plays HRG. But it's still really cool to see him nominated.

Kevin Dillon for Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy. Jeremy "Droz" Piven was a lock for this category, but the heart of Entourage is Johnny Drama. Somehow I don't see him standing at podium accepting the Emmy while exclaiming "VICTORY!!!".:)

They also got some stuff way wrong:

Grey's Anatomy for Best Drama. I realize the networks only submit an episode or two to the voters for each series, but how can the Emmy folks be THIS out of touch. Grey's Anatomy might not have had the dramatic dropoff in quality last season that 24 did, but it wasn't far behind. The only good drama coming out of Seattle Grace lately is Isaiah Washington calling T.R. Knight the "f-word". And the worst part of this nomination is.....

Friday Night Lights and Lost shutout of Best Drama. Friday Night Lights was the best network drama last season. I can think of only 2 reasons it failed to get the nomination. First, its ratings were dismal. Unlike the Oscars, success matters to the Emmy crowd. And secondly, it's about high school football in a small West Texas town. If ever there was a show that was doomed with the blue state elitist snobs that make up the Emmy voting bloc, it's this one. Lost had a helluva comeback season. I've been one of the show's biggest critics, but even I have to acknowledge that. Unfortunately the Emmy folks felt otherwise.

Connie Britton shutout of Best Actress in a Drama. Not only should she have been nominated for Friday Night Lights, she should've been a shoo-in for the award itself. I dare anyone to name me a better lead actress on a network or cable drama from last season. She ain't out there.

T.R. Knight and Katherine Heigl's Best Supporting acting nods. Considering they were paired up in one of the worst "romantic" subplots in recent memory, it's disheartening to see them rewarded for it. Knight's nomination could in part be due to sympathy from the voters due to the Washington "f-word" fallout. But what's their excuse for Heigl?

Tony Shalhoub for Best Actor in a Comedy. No, I have no problem with Shalhoub's work in Monk. But the voters seem obsessed with giving him the award, so this nomination likely means Steve Carell will go home empty-handed for the 2nd consecutive year.

Red Dog
07-19-07, 10:01 AM
No Rome, Deadwood, or Big Love? :thmbsdwn:

Note: Big Love was not eligible - S1 was outside the Emmy calendar for 2006-2007. S1 was eligible for last year's Emmys.

MadMark
07-19-07, 10:04 AM
The fact that Two and A Half Men, Dancing With the Stars (which I enjoy, but 8 nominations?), and a season of 24 that almost everyone panned each got more nominations than Friday Night Lights says all you need to know about this year's awards.

The list for "Outstanding Original Music And Lyrics" makes me wish they did live performances on the telecast like they do on the Oscars:

Family Guy - "Peter's Two Dads"
MADtv - "1209"
SNL - "Dick in a Box"
Scrubs - "Everyting Comes Down to Poo"
Scrubs - "Guy Love"

conscience
07-19-07, 10:20 AM
Oh I gotta say that the best thing about the Drama Categories is Minnie Driver is in for The Riches. I usually cannot stand her as an actress, but I loved her on that show. The worst thing about the drama categories is no Michael C. Hall. That category would have been awesome if he and Eddie Izzard were there.

Charlie Goose
07-19-07, 10:28 AM
I notice that there are some categories that have split

Best Reality
Best Reality-Competition

Best Makeup, Non-Prosthetic
Best Makeup, Prosthetic

Is this new?

JPRaup
07-19-07, 10:31 AM
Full Nom's:

2007 Emmy Nominations

Outstanding Comedy Series
Nominees:

"Entourage" (2004)

"The Office" (2005)

"30 Rock" (2006)

"Two and a Half Men" (2003)

"Ugly Betty" (2006)
Outstanding Drama Series
Nominees:

"Boston Legal" (2004)

"Grey's Anatomy" (2005)

"Heroes" (2006/II)

"House M.D." (2004)

"The Sopranos" (1999)
Outstanding Made for Television Movie
Nominees:

Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee (2007) (TV)

9/11: The Twin Towers (2006)

Longford (2006) (TV)

The Ron Clark Story (2006) (TV)

Why I Wore Lipstick to My Mastectomy (2006) (TV)
Outstanding Miniseries
Nominees:

Broken Trail (2006) (TV)

Prime Suspect: The Final Act (2006) (TV)

"The Starter Wife" (2007) (mini)
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series
Nominees:

Alec Baldwin for "30 Rock" (2006)

Steve Carell for "The Office" (2005)

Ricky Gervais for "Extras" (2005)

Tony Shalhoub for "Monk" (2002)

Charlie Sheen for "Two and a Half Men" (2003)
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series
Nominees:

James Gandolfini for "The Sopranos" (1999)

Hugh Laurie for "House M.D." (2004)

Denis Leary for "Rescue Me" (2004)

James Spader for "Boston Legal" (2004)

Kiefer Sutherland for "24" (2001)
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Miniseries or Movie
Nominees:

Jim Broadbent for Longford (2006) (TV)

Robert Duvall for Broken Trail (2006) (TV)

William H. Macy for "Nightmares and Dreamscapes: From the Stories of Stephen King" (2006) (mini)

Matthew Perry for The Ron Clark Story (2006) (TV)

Tom Selleck for Jesse Stone: Sea Change (2007) (TV)
Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series
Nominees:

America Ferrera for "Ugly Betty" (2006)

Tina Fey for "30 Rock" (2006)

Felicity Huffman for "Desperate Housewives" (2004)

Julia Louis-Dreyfus for "The New Adventures of Old Christine" (2006)

Mary-Louise Parker for "Weeds" (2005)
Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series
Nominees:

Patricia Arquette for "Medium" (2005)

Minnie Driver for "The Riches" (2007)

Edie Falco for "The Sopranos" (1999)

Sally Field for "Brothers & Sisters" (2006)

Mariska Hargitay for "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit" (1999)

Kyra Sedgwick for "The Closer" (2005)
Outstanding Lead Actress in a Miniseries or Movie
Nominees:

Queen Latifah for Life Support (2007)

Debra Messing for "The Starter Wife" (2007) (mini)

Helen Mirren for Prime Suspect: The Final Act (2006) (TV)

Mary-Louise Parker for The Robber Bride (2007) (TV)

Gena Rowlands for What If God Were the Sun? (2007) (TV)
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series
Nominees:

Jon Cryer for "Two and a Half Men" (2003)

Kevin Dillon for "Entourage" (2004)

Neil Patrick Harris for "How I Met Your Mother" (2005)

Jeremy Piven for "Entourage" (2004)

Rainn Wilson for "The Office" (2005)
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series
Nominees:

Michael Emerson for "Lost" (2004)

Michael Imperioli for "The Sopranos" (1999)

T.R. Knight for "Grey's Anatomy" (2005)

Masi Oka for "Heroes" (2006/II)

Terry O'Quinn for "Lost" (2004)

William Shatner for "Boston Legal" (2004)
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Miniseries or Movie
Nominees:

Edward Asner for The Christmas Card (2006) (TV)

Thomas Haden Church for Broken Trail (2006) (TV)

Joe Mantegna for "The Starter Wife" (2007) (mini)

Aidan Quinn for Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee (2007) (TV)

August Schellenberg for Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee (2007) (TV)
Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series
Nominees:

Conchata Ferrell for "Two and a Half Men" (2003)

Jenna Fischer for "The Office" (2005)

Elizabeth Perkins for "Weeds" (2005)

Jaime Pressly for "My Name Is Earl" (2005)

Holland Taylor for "Two and a Half Men" (2003)

Vanessa Williams for "Ugly Betty" (2006)
Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series
Nominees:

Lorraine Bracco for "The Sopranos" (1999)

Rachel Griffiths for "Brothers & Sisters" (2006)

Katherine Heigl for "Grey's Anatomy" (2005)

Sandra Oh for "Grey's Anatomy" (2005)

Aida Turturro for "The Sopranos" (1999)

Chandra Wilson for "Grey's Anatomy" (2005)
Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Miniseries or Movie
Nominees:

Toni Collette for Tsunami: The Aftermath (2006) (TV)

Judy Davis for "The Starter Wife" (2007) (mini)

Samantha Morton for Longford (2006) (TV)

Anna Paquin for Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee (2007) (TV)

Greta Scacchi for Broken Trail (2006) (TV)
Outstanding Variety, Music Or Comedy Series
Nominees:

"The Colbert Report" (2005)

"The Daily Show" (1996)

"Late Night with Conan O'Brien" (1993)

"Late Show with David Letterman" (1993)

"Real Time with Bill Maher" (2003)
Outstanding Reality Competition Program
Nominees:

"The Amazing Race" (2001)

"American Idol: The Search for a Superstar" (2002)

"Dancing with the Stars" (2005/I)

"Project Runway" (2005)

"Top Chef" (2006)
Outstanding Variety, Music Or Comedy Special
Nominees:

Comedy Central Roast of William Shatner (2006) (TV)

Kennedy Center Honors: A Celebration of the Performing Arts (2006) (TV)

Lewis Black: Red, White and Screwed (2006) (TV)

Tony Bennett: An American Classic (2006) (TV)

A Tribute to James Taylor

Wanda Sykes: Sick and Tired (2006) (TV)
Outstanding Reality Program
Nominees:

"Antiques Roadshow" (1997)

"The Dog Whisperer" (2004)

"Extreme Makeover: Home Edition" (2003)

"Kathy Griffin: My Life on the D-List" (2005)

"Penn & Teller: Bullshit!" (2003)
Outstanding Animated Program
Nominees:

"Avatar: The Last Airbender" (2005)

"Robot Chicken" (2005)

"The Simpsons" (1989)

"South Park" (1997)

"SpongeBob SquarePants" (1999)

bigjim25
07-19-07, 10:31 AM
Glad to see The Starter Wife getting some love. I loved that miniseries. :up:

Doc Moonlight
07-19-07, 10:32 AM
I was hoping against hope that VERONICA MARS would get some recognition on its way out the door, but no, not one single nomination.

Daryl
07-19-07, 10:37 AM
someone enlighten me: was season 4 of The Wire not eligible or something?

JPRaup
07-19-07, 10:38 AM
I bolded what I want to win. The others I would be happy to see win.

Outstanding Comedy Series:
"The Office" (2005)
"Entourage" (2004)
"30 Rock" (2006)

Outstanding Drama Series
Dexter should have been. I don't really care about the rest.

Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series
Alec Baldwin for "30 Rock" (2006)
Steve Carell for "The Office" (2005)
Ricky Gervais for "Extras" (2005)

Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series
Michael C. Hall for Dexter should have been. Don't really care about the rest.

Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series
Tina Fey for "30 Rock" (2006)

Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series
Kevin Dillon for "Entourage" (2004)
Jeremy Piven for "Entourage" (2004)
Rainn Wilson for "The Office" (2005)

Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series
Jenna Fischer for "The Office" (2005)

Outstanding Variety, Music Or Comedy Series
"The Colbert Report" (2005)
"The Daily Show" (1996)
"Late Night with Conan O'Brien" (1993)

Outstanding Variety, Music Or Comedy Special
Lewis Black: Red, White and Screwed (2006) (TV)

Outstanding Animated Program
"Robot Chicken" (2005)

conscience
07-19-07, 10:43 AM
someone enlighten me: was season 4 of The Wire not eligible or something?

It was fully eligible. And one of the five shows that, IMO, are better than the five nominated...

C.S.I. (was really good this year!)
Dexter
Friday Night Lights
The Shield
The Wire

I am not caught up with BG so I didn't consider it.

RichC2
07-19-07, 10:43 AM
Heroes got nominated for best drama? Well, what little regard I had left for the Emmys is officially gone.

Septemberbaby
07-19-07, 10:45 AM
NO FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS?
It was completely SHUTOUT! NOT ONE FRICKIN nomination.
Not even a nod for the kid who plays Matt.
:hscratch: :hscratch: :hscratch:

This show is too good for Television.

Keifer Sutherland? Are you kidding me? He performance was an exact repeat from the season before. He did nothing different. Grrrrrr.
-ohbfrank- -ohbfrank- -ohbfrank- -ohbfrank- -ohbfrank- -ohbfrank-


I'm also ticked that Michael C. Hall was left out.

conscience
07-19-07, 10:47 AM
NO FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS?
It was completely SHUTOUT! NOT ONE FRICKIN nomination.
Not even a nod for the kid who plays Matt.
:hscratch: :hscratch: :hscratch:

This show is too good for Television.

Keifer Sutherland? Are you kidding me? He performance was an exact repeat from the season before. He did nothing different. Grrrrrr.
-ohbfrank- -ohbfrank- -ohbfrank- -ohbfrank- -ohbfrank- -ohbfrank-


I'm also ticked that Michael C. Hall was left out.

I haven't checked the obscure tech categories, but it got a directing nod for the pilot which was definitely deserved.

Thank you very much for saying that about Sutherland. You are exactly right. The writing didn't help, though.

JPRaup
07-19-07, 10:47 AM
I love that Dick in a Box is nominated for an Emmy

Ayre
07-19-07, 10:51 AM
Well FNL did get two nominations. But that is not nearly what it deserves for such and amazing show. I cannot comprehend how FNL didn't dominate the categories. It should have been the most nominated drama ... period.

----------------------------
Outstanding Directing For A Drama Series
Friday Night Lights ē Pilot ē NBC ē Imagine Television,
Film 44 in association with NBC Universal Television
Studio
Peter Berg, Director
----------------------------
Outstanding Casting For A Drama Series
Friday Night Lights ē NBC ē Imagine Television, Film 44 in
association with NBC Universal Television Studio
Linda Lowy, Casting By
John Brace, Casting By
Beth Sepko, Location Casting By

zekeburger1979
07-19-07, 10:51 AM
someone enlighten me: was season 4 of The Wire not eligible or something?

It was eligible. It started in September and concluded in December, well within the June 1, 2006-May 31, 2007 eligibility period.

Septemberbaby
07-19-07, 10:53 AM
I stand corrected... High Five to Peter Berg.

It still SUCKS!

nateman
07-19-07, 10:54 AM
No Comment. :suicide:

Red Dog
07-19-07, 11:00 AM
The irony is that FNL gets nominated for outstanding casting, yet nobody on the cast was recognized. -rolleyes-

mdc3000
07-19-07, 11:00 AM
After reading the thread with the 'shortlist' of nominees, I can't believe who actually got nominated... I think the emmy voters are just going off name recognition again...because honestly, I used to love 24, but even Kiefer was subpar this year. Kyle Chandler, Matthew Fox, Michael C. Hall - all more deserving. All the nominations outside of acting for 'The Sopranos' are IMO, people voting who USED TO LIKE it. (I thought the last few seasons were decent, but not at the level of excellence it was for the first 3 years) It ain't got nothing in the writing/directing department on shows like The Shield, The Wire, Friday Night Lights and Lost.

I love House and watch Grey's every week but best Drama Series? No way in hell. I watch house for Hugh Laurie - I couldn't give a shit about the medical plots that drag the show down and there isn't enough of the great character moments that keep the show afloat to justify this nod. Grey's has just been a step by step guide of 'what not to do' this past year and has turned into one of the Soapiest shows on primetime. Knowing that it stole a slot from other truly GREAT shows kind of makes me fume... my 5 shows for Drama series would have been (from the 10 in the running): Rome, Lost, Friday Night Lights, Dexter and then probably Boston Legal (of course, in actual fact from all other shows it would have included Deadwood, The Wire, The Shield and Rescue Me).

I'm really just stunned by the lack of anything truly surprising or innovative in these nominations... so pissed off right now.

Septemberbaby
07-19-07, 11:00 AM
It was a mortal lock that Sopranos would get a lot of noms, so I resigned myself to that fact, but the continued nominations of Bracco who has a few lines each episode will never cease to perplex me.


Ding, Ding, Ding!!!!
They did 8 episodes this season and you would think they cured cancer.
Yeah, yeah... it's a good show... but Aida Whatshername and Bracco? Please.

cdollaz
07-19-07, 11:15 AM
WOOHOOOO!!!!!! Go Antiques Roadshow!!!!!!!!!!

Giles
07-19-07, 11:23 AM
never knew there was a Outstanding Hairstyling catagory :lol:

Giles
07-19-07, 11:25 AM
I hope Planet Earth wins.

das Monkey
07-19-07, 11:56 AM
Heroes, Grey's Anatomy and Boston Legal for Best Drama but not Friday Night Lights or The Shield or Rescue Me or Deadwood or Rome or Lost.......?! Then no noms for Kyle Chandler nor Connie Britton?! You've got to be kidding me. The Emmys continue to be a total joke. Of course when you have it based on 1 episode out of a season, what should one expect.
I remember a time when I somewhat enjoyed the Emmys. They'd miss a standout show here and there, to be sure, but largely they'd reward some very deserving individuals. Now (and by "now" I mean over the last 10-15 years), it's truly jaw-dropping what an idiotic joke they've become. They're not even close anymore, nowhere near the ballpark of resembling something valid.

I don't mind that Joe Douchebag's Blog has a myopic list or that some silly award show from MTV or E! goes for ratings, but these people profess to be the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, and one wonders if they've even seen a television this century.

das

MrX
07-19-07, 12:12 PM
I remember a time when I somewhat enjoyed the Emmys. They'd miss a standout show here and there, to be sure, but largely they'd reward some very deserving individuals. Now (and by "now" I mean over the last 10-15 years), it's truly jaw-dropping what an idiotic joke they've become. They're not even close anymore, nowhere near the ballpark of resembling something valid.
I'm surprised they didn't nominate The West Wing by accident.

Groucho
07-19-07, 12:15 PM
Masi Oka a supporting actor? The Academy are villains. Villains! He's the main character!

And "Make Love, Not Warcraft" better win. That was definately one of the year's comedy highlights.

Not sure why Doctor Who was shutout, unless it doesn't qualify.

MadMark
07-19-07, 12:38 PM
I'm surprised they didn't nominate The West Wing by accident.
I'm surprised that they didn't use Allison Janney's guest appearance on Studio 60 as an excuse just to nominate her for something.

Speaking of the "Best Original Music & Lyrics" category, "Let's Go to the Mall" from How I Met Your Mother was snubbed :(

Red Dog
07-19-07, 12:42 PM
I'm surprised that they didn't use Allison Janney's guest appearance on Studio 60 as an excuse just to nominate her for something.



:lol:

DRG
07-19-07, 01:35 PM
Outstanding Supporting Actor In A Comedy Series

Entourage ē HBO ē Leverage and Closest to the Hole Productions in association with HBO Entertainment
Kevin Dillon, Kevin Dillon as Johnny Drama
Entourage ē HBO ē Leverage and Closest to the Hole Productions in association with HBO Entertainment
Jeremy Piven, Jeremy Piven as Ari Gold
How I Met Your Mother ē CBS ē Twentieth Century Fox
Neil Patrick, Neil Patrick Harris as Barney Stinson
The Office ē NBC ē Deedle-Dee Productions, Reveille, LLC, in association with NBC Universal Television Studio
Rainn Wilson, Rainn Wilson as Dwight Schrute
Two And A Half Men ē CBS ē Chuck Lorre Productions, Inc. The Tannenbaum Company in association with Warner Bros. Television
Jon Cryer, Jon Cryer as Alan Harper

A superb list except for Cryer... that one should have went to either John Krasinski or Tracy Morgan IMO.

Shannon Nutt
07-19-07, 01:38 PM
Anyone think "Emmy" missed the ball by nominating Imperioli instead of Robert Iler for Best Supporting Actor? I know there are a lot of "AJ Haters" in the fourm, but I though Iler was GREAT in the final batch of episodes, while Imperioli was little more than a guest star.

Agree with the statements about Brocco too...she did absolutely nothing to deserve a nomination. All her nomination does is take votes away from Aida and guarantee neither of them will win.

Decker
07-19-07, 02:11 PM
As a HUGE fan of Boston Legal, let me say that there's no way on earth that it should have picked up a best drama nod. It's a fun, entertaining show but is so insubstantial and lightweight. When you look at the run of episodes that closed the season of Lost, especially the finale that I consider one of the greatest season finales ever, it's shocking it wasn't nominated. I'm speechless about that.

:sad:

Red Dog
07-19-07, 02:23 PM
I'm a huge fan of BL too, but I've made no secret of the fact that it is so not a drama. However, since the Emmys keeps inexplicably rewarding it with nominations, I can see why DEK continues to submit it as a drama.

Also, I found S3 to be a sizeable let-down from the first 2 seasons. I certainly won't be purchasing the DVD.

Ms. M
07-19-07, 02:24 PM
I can't recall a year in my years of observing the Emmy noms when at least a good portion of the nominees weren't old and tired or just plain inexplicable. Say what you may about the Oscars, but their nominations never piss me off to the same extent.

Hooray, though, for Neil Patrick Harris finally getting nominated for How I Met Your Mother. Actually, the comedy noms in general were very good and a fine mix of the popular and the smaller favorites.

Red Dog
07-19-07, 02:27 PM
Like das said, I think the Emmys did a reasonable job in the 70s, 80s, and most of the 90s of nominating the most worthy shows. Of course, back then, you basically only had the Big-3 networks so the pool was so much smaller, which made the job easier for the nominating committee.

Ayre
07-19-07, 02:35 PM
Like das said, I think the Emmys did a reasonable job in the 70s, 80s, and most of the 90s of nominating the most worthy shows. Of course, back then, you basically only had the Big-3 networks so the pool was so much smaller, which made the job easier for the nominating committee.
Or maybe we have grown as viewers. I think we are much less tolerant of crappy programming than we were 10 years ago ... let alone 30. But yeah, when the pool is bigger it tends water down the piss.

Jericho
07-19-07, 02:36 PM
I remember a time when I somewhat enjoyed the Emmys. They'd miss a standout show here and there, to be sure, but largely they'd reward some very deserving individuals. Now (and by "now" I mean over the last 10-15 years), it's truly jaw-dropping what an idiotic joke they've become. They're not even close anymore, nowhere near the ballpark of resembling something valid.

I don't mind that Joe Douchebag's Blog has a myopic list or that some silly award show from MTV or E! goes for ratings, but these people profess to be the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, and one wonders if they've even seen a television this century.

das

Is it that the rise of cable shows has made it too difficult? I mean through 1990, you only really had three networks with shows (Fox bascially had crap and I'm ignoring the DuMont network), and now you have so many. Maybe they need a new system...

Red Dog
07-19-07, 02:46 PM
Or maybe we have grown as viewers. I think we are much less tolerant of crappy programming than we were 10 years ago ... let alone 30. But yeah, when the pool is bigger it tends water down the piss.


I don't know if I'd say that. If anything, with more channels, there's a lot of crappy programming.

While this is a great age of drama, we've been in the comedy dark ages for some time.


Is it that the rise of cable shows has made it too difficult? I mean through 1990, you only really had three networks with shows (Fox bascially had crap and I'm ignoring the DuMont network), and now you have so many. Maybe they need a new system...

The funny things is that they used to have the Cable ACE awards, but nobody took them seriously - the butt of jokes - mainly because there was little quality original scripted programming on cable.

But now, with so much quality original cable programming, maybe it would make some sense to bring it back to bring recognition to shows like The Shield which never get recognized by the Emmys.

conscience
07-19-07, 03:27 PM
...the pool was so much smaller, which made the job easier for the nominating committee.

I think that's why the comedy categories are so much better than the drama ones this year. There's really not that much to choose from that is of actual quality and that "quality" is easier to spot.

hardercore
07-19-07, 04:19 PM
[SIZE=5]Keifer Sutherland? Are you kidding me? He performance was an exact repeat from the season before. He did nothing different. Grrrrrr.
And somehow he won and Emmy for it. I've never really been impressed with his work, but I can understand people loving Jack Bauer, the character, and him getting a lot of the popular vote.

While LOST had the huge surprise of having Emerson up in the running alongside O'Quinn, it is a little bit of an injustice that the show didn't get a Series nom and that the outstanding Elizabeth Mitchell didn't even make the cut (Top 10 lests prepared before the noms).

I can understand Heroes, with it's rabid fanbase and general popularity this year, getting in on buzz. But surely LOST was better than Boston Legal?

Goldberg74
07-19-07, 05:52 PM
I was pleased to see Studio 60 get five noms.

I was not pleased to see the final episode of The Sopranos receive a Best Writing nom.Same here... and I'll list 'em too:

Outstanding Casting For A Drama Series
Outstanding Cinematography For A Single-camera Series
Outstanding Directing For A Drama Series
Outstanding Guest Actor In A Drama Series - Eli Wallach as Eli Weintraub
Outstanding Guest Actor In A Drama Series - John Goodman as Judge Robert Bebe

Michael Ballack
07-19-07, 08:09 PM
I can understand Heroes, with it's rabid fanbase and general popularity this year, getting in on buzz. But surely LOST was better than Boston Legal?

Hollywood loves David E. Kelly though, just saying.

Michael Ballack
07-19-07, 08:15 PM
Anyone think "Emmy" missed the ball by nominating Imperioli instead of Robert Iler for Best Supporting Actor? I know there are a lot of "AJ Haters" in the fourm, but I though Iler was GREAT in the final batch of episodes, while Imperioli was little more than a guest star.


I couldn't agree with you more about Robert Iler being snubbed. The kid on John from Cincinnati makes Iler look like Brando.

movielib
07-19-07, 10:34 PM
The two most awful things about these nominations:

Friday Night Lights being almost shut out. How could the show, Chandler and Britton not be nominated? I'd even say all should win (although Hugh Laurie is still stiff competition). Plus the best damn writing on TV.

Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee getting so many nominations. Sorry, but no matter how much I loved the book, lo those many years ago, and how much I was looking forward to the show, it out and out stunk. It squeezed every drop of drama, passion and pathos out of a story loaded with all three. Any one of a great many Buffy St. Marie songs captures the history of the Indians better. Even Into the West did a much better job of covering that subject matter.

skatefan20
07-20-07, 01:48 AM
I hope Planet Earth wins.
While LOST had the huge surprise of having Emerson up in the running alongside O'Quinn, it is a little bit of an injustice that the show didn't get a Series nom and that the outstanding Elizabeth Mitchell didn't even make the cut (Top 10 lests prepared before the noms).
Agree! Very disappointed Mitchell didn't garner a nomination.
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:thumbsup: House, Hugh Laurie for Lead
:down: No Robert Sean Leonard for Supporting; David Morse for Guest Actor ( rotfl rotfl )
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:thumbsup: Field, Sedgwick, Driver for Lead Actress; no Best Drama nod for 24
:down: Boston Legal nominations -- over DEXTER or LOST!?!?; James Spader & Kiefer Sutherland over Michael C. Hall ?!?!; snubbing Elizabeth Mitchell for Grey's Anatomy soap opera players
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:thumbsup: 30 Rock!! (Baldwin & Fey for Lead; nom for "Tracy Does Conan"); Vanessa Williams for Ugly Betty; Rainn Wilson for The Office
:down: nominations for Two and a Half Men, Jon Cryer acting like a giggly schoolgirl idiot during the nomination announcement; no love for the better CBS comedy King of Queens; no love for Longoria, Cross, or DH for "Bang"; no Supporting players for 30 Rock
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:thumbsup: Broadbent, Morton for Longford; Helen Mirren for Prime Suspect
:down: Bury My Heart on Wounded Knee, awful USA miniseries The Starter Wife :whofart:

thematahara
07-20-07, 05:15 AM
It should be a criminal act for Deadwood not to be nominated for best Writing or Drama Series, but an even bigger disgrace is how Ian McShane will not win an Emmy for his work.

conscience
07-20-07, 07:33 AM
It should be a criminal act for Deadwood not to be nominated for best Writing or Drama Series, but an even bigger disgrace is how Ian McShane will not win an Emmy for his work.

I believe Deadwood and Six Feet Under are the only other HBO drama series' to garner acting nods and none of the actors on those two shows walked away with an Emmy (they are all equally as good as anyone on The Sopranos, IMO). Odd thing is the only major Emmy both shows won was for directing of the pilot episode which is one of the only major categories that The Sopranos has never won in. But Edie Falco and James Gandolfini both have three (possibly four after this year). While Peter Krause, Frances Conroy, Ian McShane and Molly Parker have zero. -ohbfrank-

Don't get me wrong. I love(d) The Sopranos but it is overpraised and overcompensated in the awards department just like The West Wing was. Thankfully things are coming to an end for that show award wise.

hardercore
07-20-07, 08:24 AM
Don't get me wrong. I love(d) The Sopranos but it is overpraised and overcompensated in the awards department just like The West Wing was. Thankfully things are coming to an end for that show award wise.I'd venture that things are coming to an end for that show, everything-wise.

Ayre
07-20-07, 08:25 AM
.... and that the outstanding Elizabeth Mitchell didn't even make the cut (Top 10 lests prepared before the noms).
She should have been auto-nominated ... she was that good.

conscience
07-20-07, 08:33 AM
I'd venture that things are coming to an end for that show, everything-wise.

Not exactly what I was getting at seeing as this is an awards thread but, okay...

nateman
07-20-07, 11:01 AM
It's sad that The King of Queens never won an Emmy over it's nine season run, It's never really got much appreciation from critic's which is beyond me because Two & A Half Men gets all the praise but yet it's an awful, unfunny sitcom.
I have alot too complain about but I won't even bother my useless rants. I am also sad that Scrubs got no love this year. Sure it's sixth season wasn't the strongest (probally the weakest) but it's still 10 times better than Two & A Half fucking men. It's still one of the greatest comedies (Scrubs) that no one watches.
It's nice too see 30 Rock get some love at the very least. Heroe's being nominated as "Outstanding Drama" is a insult to good television.

Defiant1
07-21-07, 09:45 PM
I applaud Rome's seven technical nominations. It was truly one of the most awe-inspiring and beautiful-looking shows in TV history. I hate how it was completely overlooked in the major categories though. It should have at least gotten Best Drama, Best Actress (Polly Walker as Atia of the Julii) and Best Actor (James Purefoy as Marc Antony).

hardercore
07-22-07, 01:50 AM
I applaud Rome's seven technical nominations. It was truly one of the most awe-inspiring and beautiful-looking shows in TV history. I hate how it was completely overlooked in the major categories though. It should have at least gotten Best Drama, Best Actress (Polly Walker as Atia of the Julii) and Best Actor (James Purefoy as Marc Antony).

It's difficult for your show to get a nomination for Best Drama when judges are calling it "stroke-inducing" after screenings.

Numes
07-24-07, 11:27 PM
I've been searching for the past 20 minutes and can't seem to find who is hosting the Emmys this year? Have they not announced it yet?

Here's hoping that it's Conan again. I am a huge Conan fan and was one of the main reasons I watched it last year. I will be watching this year regardless. I will be rooting for The Office and actors, 30 Rock, and of course Late Night with Conan O'Brien which is bar none the best talk show out there....IMO of course.

grem458
07-24-07, 11:37 PM
Oh I gotta say that the best thing about the Drama Categories is Minnie Driver is in for The Riches. I usually cannot stand her as an actress, but I loved her on that show. The worst thing about the drama categories is no Michael C. Hall. That category would have been awesome if he and Eddie Izzard were there.

Completely agree about Eddie. I could have done without the James Spader nod and replaced it with Eddie.

critterdvd
07-25-07, 02:22 AM
Lauren Graham snubbed for her 7th and final time :(

RichC2
09-10-07, 12:43 AM
Creative Emmys were announced:

Animated Program (for Programming Less Than One Hour): "South Park: Make Love, Not Warcraft," Comedy Central.

Animated Program (Programming One Hour or More): "Camp Lazlo: Where's Lazlo?," Cartoon Network.

Art Direction for a Multi-Camera Series: "How I Met Your Mother," CBS.

Art Direction for a Single-Camera Series: "Rome," HBO.

Art Direction for a Miniseries or Movie: "Jane Eyre (Masterpiece Theatre)," PBS.

Art Direction for a Variety, Music or Nonfiction Programming (possibility of more than one award): "79th Annual Academy Awards," ABC; "Tony Bennett: An American Classic," NBC.

Casting for a Comedy Series: "Ugly Betty," ABC.

Casting for a Drama Series: "Friday Night Lights," NBC.

Casting for a Miniseries, Movie or Special: "Broken Trail," AMC.

Choreography (possibility of more than one award): "So You Think You Can Dance: Ramalama (Bang Bang)," Fox; "So You Think You Can Dance: Calling You," Fox; "Tony Bennett: An American Classic," NBC.

Cinematography for a Multi-Camera Series: "Two and a Half Men: Release the Dogs," CBS.

Cinematography for a Single-Camera Series: "Rome: Passover," HBO.

Cinematography for a Miniseries or Movie: "Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee," HBO.

Cinematography for Nonfiction Programming: "Planet Earth: Pole to Pole," Discovery Channel.

Cinematography for Reality Programming: "The Amazing Race: I Know Phil, Little Ol' Gorgeous Thing," CBS.

Commercial: "Animals," American Express.

Costumes for a Series: "The Tudors: Episode 103," Showtime.

Costumes for a Miniseries, Movie or a Special: "Jane Eyre (Masterpiece Theatre): Part 1," PBS.

Creative Achievement in Interactive Television: "The Fallen Alternative Reality Game," ABCFamily.com.

Directing for Nonfiction Programming: "When the Levees Broke: A Requiem in Four Acts," HBO.

Single-Camera Picture Editing for a Drama Series: "Dexter," Showtime.

Single-Camera Picture Editing for a Comedy Series: "The Office: The Job," NBC.

Single-Camera Picture Editing for a Miniseries or a Movie (possibility of more than one award): "Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee," HBO; "The Path to 9/11: Night 2," ABC.

Multi-Camera Picture Editing for a Series: "Two and a Half Men: Release the Dogs," CBS.

Picture Editing for a Special (Single or Multi-Camera): "Cirque du Soleil: Corteo," Bravo.

Picture Editing for Nonfiction Programming: "When the Levees Broke: A Requiem in Four Acts," HBO.

Picture Editing for Reality Programming: "The Amazing Race: I Know Phil, Little Ol' Gorgeous Thing," CBS.

Hairstyling for a Series: "Rome: De Patre Vostro (About Your Father)," HBO.

Hairstyling for a Miniseries, Movie or a Special: "Jane Eyre," PBS.

Lighting Direction (Electronic, Multi-Camera) for VMC Programming: "49th Annual Grammy Awards," CBS.

Main Title Design: "Dexter," Showtime.

Makeup for a Series (Non-Prosthetic): "Deadwood: I Am Not the Fine Man You Take Me For," HBO.

Makeup for a Miniseries, Movie or a Special (Non-Prosthetic): "Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee," HBO.

Prosthetic Makeup for a Series, Miniseries, Movie or a Special: "House: Que Sera Sera," Fox.

Music Composition for a Series (Original Dramatic Score): "Planet Earth: Pole to Pole," Discovery Channel.

Music Composition for a Miniseries, Movie or a Special (Original Dramatic Score): "Nightmares & Dreamscapes: From the Stories of Stephen King Battleground," TNT.

Music Direction: "79th Annual Academy Awards," ABC.

Original Music and Lyrics: "Saturday Night Live Host: Justin Timberlake," Song Title: "Dick in a Box," NBC.

Original Main Title Theme Music: "The Tudors: Episode 5," Showtime.

Guest Actor in a Comedy Series: Stanley Tucci, "Monk," USA.

Guest Actor in a Drama Series: John Goodman, "Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip," NBC.

Guest Actress in a Comedy Series: Elaine Stritch, "30 Rock," NBC.

Guest Actress in a Drama Series: Leslie Caron, "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit," NBC.

Special Class Program: "The 60th Annual Tony Awards (2006)," CBS.

Children's Program: "Nick News With Linda Ellerbee: Private Worlds: Kids and Autism," Nickelodeon.

Nonfiction Special: "Ghosts of Abu Ghraib," HBO.

Nonfiction Series: "Planet Earth," Discovery Channel.

Reality Program: "Kathy Griffin: My Life on the D-List," Bravo.

Exceptional Merit in Nonfiction Filmmaking (possibility of more than one winner): "A Lion in the House (Independent Lens)," PBS; "When the Levees Broke: A Requiem in Four Acts," HBO.

Writing for Nonfiction Programming: "American Masters Andy Warhol: A Documentary Film," PBS.

Sound Editing for a Series: "24: 10:00 PM - 11:00 PM," Fox.

Sound Editing for a Miniseries, Movie or Special: "Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee," HBO.

Sound Editing for Nonfiction Programming (single or multi-Camera): "Planet Earth: Pole to Pole," Discovery Channel.

Sound Mixing for a Comedy or Drama Series (one-hour): "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation: Living Doll," CBS.

Sound Mixing for a Miniseries or Movie:"Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee," HBO.

Sound Mixing for a Comedy or Drama Series (half-hour) and Animation (possibility of more than one award): "Entourage: One Day in the Valley," HBO; "Scrubs: My Musical," NBC.

Sound Mixing for a Variety or Music Series or Special: "Tony Bennett: An American Classic," NBC.

Sound Mixing for Nonfiction Programming (single or multi-camera): "American Masters Atlantic Records: The House That Ahmet Built," PBS.

Visual Effects for a Series: "Battlestar Galactica: Exodus, Part 2," Sci-Fi Channel.

Special Visual Effects for a Miniseries, Movie or Special: "Nightmares & Dreamscapes: From the Stories of Stephen King: Battleground," TNT.

Stunt Coordination: "CSI: Miami: Rush," CBS.

Technical Direction, Camerawork, Video for a Series: "Saturday Night Live: Host Alec Baldwin and Musical Guest Christina Aguilera," NBC.

Technical Direction, Camerawork, Video for a Miniseries, Movie or Special: "American Idol: Idol Gives Back," Fox.

Individual Achievement in Animation (possibility of more than one award): "Avatar: The Last Airbender: Lake Logai," Nickelodeon; "Moral Orel: The Lord's Prayer," Cartoon Network; "Robot Chicken: Lust for Puppets," Cartoon Network; "Camp Lazlo: Squirrel Secrets," Cartoon Network; "Good Wilt Hunting (Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends)," Cartoon Network; "My Gym Partner's a Monkey: The Big Field Trip," Cartoon Network; "Class of 3000: Eddie's Money," Cartoon Network; "Billy & Mandy's Big Boogey Adventure (The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy)," Cartoon Network; "Eloise: Me, Eloise," Starz Kids and Family; "Family Guy: No Chris Left Behind," Fox.

Governors Award: "The Addiction Project," HBO; "American Idol's 'Idol Gives Back,'" Fox.

Planet Earth won 4 awards, How I Met Your Mother got 1, and South Park won best Animated.

thegame370
09-10-07, 01:02 AM
The lack of love for Matthew Fox has got me pooped out, he deserved an emmy Fed Ex'd in the mail free shipping for the season 3 finale alone. And not to mention the show as well for Drama series...

nateman
09-10-07, 07:57 AM
Alright, Iím really upset that Michael C. Hall didnít get nominated. Dexter, overall was an excellent new series & although it had some minor flaws it was definitely Michael C. Hallís performance as Dexter that really made the show what it is. Iíve seen Kiefer Sutherland & James Spaderís performances on theyíre respective shows (24, Boston Legal) & they donít even compare to Michael C. Hall. Itís a real shame that he was overlooked & he better be getting a nomination & a win for his portrayal as Dexter.

Hell, I still donít understand why he didnít win an Emmy for his work as David Fisher on Six Feet Under.

I see Scrubs won an Emmy for ĎSound Mixing for a Comedy or Drama Seriesí for the ďMy MusicalĒ episode, itís nice they didnít get snubbed completely.

lotsofdvds
09-10-07, 08:28 AM
John Goodman got Studio 60's only award... cool. Although Best Direction is still up for grabs at the actual ceremony.

I still don't know how Judd Hirsch didn't get nominated for the pilot.

conscience
09-10-07, 09:29 AM
Awesome for Dexter in 'Main Title Design'. Love those opening credits. Also Stanley Tucci for 'Guest Actor'. He was great on that Monk episode.

This is also John Goodman's first Emmy. Sort of disheartening cause he never won for Roseanne.

RichC2
09-10-07, 09:36 AM
Alright, Iím really upset that Michael C. Hall didnít get nominated. Dexter, overall was an excellent new series & although it had some minor flaws it was definitely Michael C. Hallís performance as Dexter that really made the show what it is. Iíve seen Kiefer Sutherland & James Spaderís performances on theyíre respective shows (24, Boston Legal) & they donít even compare to Michael C. Hall. Itís a real shame that he was overlooked & he better be getting a nomination & a win for his portrayal as Dexter.

Hell, I still donít understand why he didnít win an Emmy for his work as David Fisher on Six Feet Under.

I see Scrubs won an Emmy for ĎSound Mixing for a Comedy or Drama Seriesí for the ďMy MusicalĒ episode, itís nice they didnít get snubbed completely.

I actually like Spader's performance on Boston Legal more than Hall's on Dexter, though Hall's performance is easily the highlight of Dexter. That said, it does depend on the episode you get (sometimes he's just quirky for the shit of it.) I do agree with the complaints on Sutherland though, he's great as Jack Bauer but neither the character nor acting style has changed at all in the last 6 years.

nateman
09-10-07, 02:59 PM
Awesome for Dexter in 'Main Title Design'. Love those opening credits. Also Stanley Tucci for 'Guest Actor'. He was great on that Monk episode.

This is also John Goodman's first Emmy. Sort of disheartening cause he never won for Roseanne.
Yeah, a show he was on for 9 seasons & is one of the most successful (& best) sitcoms of the 90ís he never one an award for but he stars In 2 episodes of a show that got mixed reviews and barely stayed on the air for a full season & wins an Emmy.

I havenít seen his performance on Studio 60 but itís probably a lot different from Dan Conner.

critterdvd
09-10-07, 03:14 PM
I'm more or less done with the emmy's these days. They've burned me too many times (Lauren Graham is just one instance). I'm giving them one more chance to gain points with me by giving some awards to "Brothers and Sisters," "Heroes," and "Ugly Betty" come sunday...

nateman
09-11-07, 08:29 AM
I'm more or less done with the emmy's these days. They've burned me too many times (Lauren Graham is just one instance). I'm giving them one more chance to gain points with me by giving some awards to "Brothers and Sisters," "Heroes," and "Ugly Betty" come sunday...
Although I donít watch Ugly Betty or Brothers & Sisters, I can see why they might win some awards but Heroes getting nominations is the exact reason Iím, more or less done with the Emmy Awards.

Some people LOVE Heroes & find highly entertaining (I donít) but itís not really Emmy Award winning material in my opinion & itís a joke/insult to the Awards.

Numes
09-11-07, 08:54 AM
Although I donít watch Ugly Betty or Brothers & Sisters, I can see why they might win some awards but Heroes getting nominations is the exact reason Iím, more or less done with the Emmy Awards.

Some people LOVE Heroes & find highly entertaining (I donít) but itís not really Emmy Award winning material in my opinion & itís a joke/insult to the Awards.

What was Heroes nominated for? If it was for any kind of writing, I would have to vehemently disagree. I think that show has some of the best storylines I've seen in a TV show in quite a while. A joke/insult? Hardly.

If it was for acting, well, nothing too special there. Good, but not Emmy material.

And yes, I am too lazy to look at the nominations at this moment! :D

critterdvd
09-11-07, 01:56 PM
What was Heroes nominated for? If it was for any kind of writing, I would have to vehemently disagree. I think that show has some of the best storylines I've seen in a TV show in quite a while. A joke/insult? Hardly.

If it was for acting, well, nothing too special there. Good, but not Emmy material.

And yes, I am too lazy to look at the nominations at this moment! :D


It was nominated for several behind the scenes awards as well as supporting Actor, Drama Series, and I believe direction


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