2004 Primetime Emmy Nominations

Posted by Sulkyblue (15th Jul 2004, 13:59) -

8 for Alias, 4 for Enterprise, 3 for Battlestar Galactica, 2 for Dead Like Me and Futurama, 1 each for SG1, Star Wars: Clone Wars.

Outstanding Animated Series (less than 1 hour): Futurama (also South Park, Samurai Jack, Sponge Bob and Simpsons)
Outstanding Animated Series (more than 1 hour): Star Wars: Clone Wars (also Powerpuff Girls)
Art Direction (single camera): Alias (also Carnivale, Deadwood, Sopranos, West Wing
Cinematography (single camera): Alias (also Carnivale, CSI, Sopranos, West Wing)
Single-Camera Picture Editing For A Miniseries, Movie Or A Special: Battlestar Galactica
Hairstyling: Alias (also Carnivale, Deadwood, other stuff)
Series Makeup (prosthetic): Enterprise (Zero Hour) also Nip/Tuck, Tracy Ullman
Music Competition (dramatic underscore): Dead Like Me, Enterprise
Music and lyrics: Futurama - The Devil’s Hands Are Idle Playthings (Song: I Want My Hands Back)
Lead Actress (drama): Jennifer Garner, Alias (also Amber Tamblyn: Joan of Arcadia, Allison Janney: West Wing, Edie Falco: Sopranos and Mariska Hargitay: Law and Order SVU)
Supporting Actor (drama) Victor Garber, Alias (also Brad Dourif (Wormtongue!) Deadwood, Michael Imperioli: Sopranos, Steve Buscemi: Sopranos, John Spencer: West Wing)
Outstanding Guest Actor In A Drama Series: William Shatner for the Practice.
Sound editing (series) and Sound mixing: Alias
Sound editing (miniseries, movie, special): Battlestar Galactica
Special Visual Effects: Dead Like Me (pilot), Enterprise (Countdown and The Council), SG1 (Lost City pt 2), Kingdom Hospital
Special Visual Effects (miniseries etc): Battlestar Galactica Night 1
Stunt Co-ordination: Alias (also 24 and Third Watch)

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 dormouse ( 15th Jul 2004, 22:49, Rank: Jedi )  reply

hmm. perhaps we should be watching alias ;)

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 Sulkyblue ( 16th Jul 2004, 10:17, Rank: Nazgul )  reply

i'm never entirely sure whether Alias is sf or not, think it's probably about as sf as Dead Like Me is really. I've never been that interested in watching it, but it does have a very enthusiastic following. Carnivale is another one that I probably should have included in the list, again not pure sf or anything, but some sf elements and I've been recommended it by some reputable sources. Probably worth looking out for. One of these days I'll get round to watching The Sopranos and see whether it really deserves the 20odd nominations it always seems to get. Having finally watched The West Wing I can say that it definately deserves the nomminations it's had in the past.

It's a shame there's no Angel nominations in it's final season, even in the technical categories. Wonderfalls would not be eligible as it didn't air enough episodes, which is a shame.

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