Emmy Nominations 2019

The 2019 Emmy nominations are upon us. The nominees for the 71st annual Primetime Emmy Awards were announced today and we are delighted to have a wealth of UA clients’ nominated!


Outstanding Lead Actor In A Drama Series

Kit Harington for his portrayal of Jon Snow, in the eighth and final series of Game Of Thrones.


Outstanding Supporting Actor In A Comedy Series

Anthony Carrigan for his performance in HBO's Barry as NOHO Hawk.


Outstanding Supporting Actress In A Comedy Series

Sian Clifford gains her first nomination for her performance in the smash hit Fleabag.

Olivia Colman for her portrayal as Godmother in Fleabag.


Outstanding Writing For A Drama Series

Emerald Fennell for her episode 'Nice And Neat' on Killing Eve.


Outstanding Directing For A Comedy Series

Harry Bradbeer for episode 1 of Fleabag.


Outstanding Actress In A Short Form Comedy Or Drama Series

Rosamund Pike for State Of The Union for Sundance TV.


Outstanding Casting For A Drama Series

Crowley Poole Casting for Killing Eve.


Outstanding Single-Camera Picture Editing For A Comedy Series

Gary Dollner ACE for episode 1 of Fleabag.


Outstanding Variety Sketch Series 

Who is America with Editing by Mark Davies 


Outstanding Comedy Series

Barry for HBO starring Anthony Carrigan.

Fleabag starring Sian CliffordAndrew ScottOlivia Colman. Directed by Harry Bradbeer, edited by Gary Dollner and with Costume Design by Ray Holman


Outstanding Drama Series

Bodyguard starring Gina McKeeRichard RiddellStuart Bowman​ and David Carlyleepisodes 1-3 directed by Thomas Vincent, cinematography by John Lee, the final 3 episodes edited by Andrew John McClelland and Second Unit Director Jennie Darnell. 

Game Of Thrones with Kit Harington and Richard Dormer.

Killing Eve with Emerald Fennell as head writer of the series, episode 3 co-written by Henrietta & Jessica Ashworth, starring Shannon Tarbet and superbly cast by Crowley Poole Casting.


Outstanding Limited Series

Chernobyl for HBO with Jessie BuckleyCaoilfhionn DunneGerard Kearns, Ian Pirie, James Cosmoand with Prosthetic Make up Artist Lucy Sibbick.


Outstanding Television Movie

Bandersnatch (Black Mirror) for Netflix, with Ellie PiercyCraig McGinlay and Production Design by Catrin Meredydd.

Brexit for HBO starring Simon Paisley Day and Edited by Matthew Cannings, Production Design by Ed Turner, Costume Design by Matthew Price and with Director of Photography Danny Cohen BSC.

My Dinner With Hervé for HBO starring Felicite Du Jeu, Mark Umberswith casting by Kate Ringsellchoreography by Jamie Neale and hair and make-up design by Chrissie Beveridge.

King Lear with Production Design by Peter Francis and music by Stephen Warbeck.


Outstanding Picture Editing For Variety Programming

Who Is America? • Episode 102 • Edited by Mark Davies 


Outstanding Original Music And Lyrics 

Saturday Night Live for James McAvoy's The Upper East Side song. 


James Corden's Late Late Show and Carpool Karaoke is up for a plethora of awards including Outstanding Variety Talk Series, Outstanding Short Form Variety Series, and Outstanding Interactive Program. 


A Very English Scandal is up for a number of awards, including Outstanding Directing For A Limited Series, and Outstanding Writing. The series was based on John Preston’s Novel, with Jason Watkins, Production Design by Helen Scott, Director of Photography by Danny Cohen, Costume Design by Suzanne Cave, Hair and Make-up by Daniel Phillips and Choreography by Francesca Jaynes

A huge congratulations to all nominees! The winners will be announced at this year's ceremony on September 23rd. 

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