July 29, 2020

R&CPMK Talent Shine Bright in This Year’s Announcement of the 2020 Primetime EMMY® Nominations

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R&CPMK Talent Shine Bright in This Year’s Announcement of the 2020 Primetime EMMY® Nominations

July 29, 2020
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Limited Series or MovieHugh Jackman (Bad Education – HBO) Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Limited Series or MovieYahya Abdul-Mateen II (Watchmen – HBO) Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy SeriesEddie Murphy (Saturday Night Live Host) Outstanding Writing for a Comedy SeriesWhat We Do In The Shadows (Stefani Robinson – FX) Outstanding Comedy SeriesWhat We Do in the Shadows (FX – Stefani Robinson)Insecure (HBO – Prentice Penny) Outstanding Limited SeriesWatchmen (HBO – Damon Lindelof)Unbelievable (Netflix – Susannah Grant) Outstanding Actor in a Short Form Comedy or Drama SeriesLaurence Fishburne (#FreeRayshawn – Quibi) Outstanding Actress in a Short Form Comedy or Drama SeriesJasmine Cephas Jones (#FreeRayshawn – Quibi) Outstanding Host for a Reality or Competition ProgramTan France, Host (Queer Eye – Netflix) Outstanding Short Form Comedy or Drama SeriesMost Dangerous Game (Quibi – Liam Hemsworth)Reno 911! (Quibi – Thomas Lennon) Outstanding Writing for a Limited Series, Movie or Dramatic SpecialDamon Lindelof and Cord Jefferson (Watchmen – HBO) Outstanding Character Voice-Over PerformanceLeslie Odom Jr. (Central Park – AppleTV+) Outstanding Original Interactive ProgramThe Messy Truth VR Experience (Producer – Brie Larson) Outstanding Short Form Animated Program Forky Asks A Question (Disney+ – Tony Hale) Click HERE for the full list of this year’s nominees.  The 72nd Emmy Awards will be hosted by Jimmy Kimmel and will be broadcast, SUNDAY, SEPT. 20 (8:00-11:00 p.m. EDT/5:00-8:00 p.m. PDT), on ABC.

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