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FX’s historic epic “Shōgun,” Marvel’s animated juggernaut “X-Men ’97,” Hulu’s passionate documentary “Black Twitter: A People’s History” and the one-two punch Netflix thrillers “Baby Reindeer” and “Ripley” are among the many inaugural nominees for the 2024 Gotham TV Awards.

Among the many excellent performances acknowledged throughout a number of genres are Nathan Fielder and Emma Stone at nighttime dramedy “The Curse,” Hiroyuki Sanada and Anna Sawai within the historic epic “Shōgun,” and Robyn Cara and Siobhán Cullen in Netflix’s new comedy “Bodkin.” These reveals are the one ones to obtain two performing nominations every. Different notable mentions embody Andrew Scott (“Ripley”), Richard Gadd (“Baby Reindeer”), Kristen Wiig (“Palm Royale”), Ji-young Yoo (“Expats”) and Lily Gladstone (“Under the Bridge”). All nominated collection and performers are a few of the largest contenders for this 12 months’s Primetime Emmys race.

“In a historic moment for The Gotham, we’re thrilled to recognize an extraordinary collection of TV series and the brilliant creators responsible for bringing them to the screen,” mentioned Jeffrey Sharp, Gotham’s government director. “As an organization dedicated to celebrating and nurturing independent media, we know the inaugural 2024 Gotham TV Awards will honor many truly deserving creatives while widening our reach and expanding our impact. We are enormously proud to celebrate the remarkable talent represented in today’s nominations.”

For the previous decade, the 33-year-old Gotham Awards has honored excellence in tv in three classes and celebrated a various array of TV creators with Gotham Tributes, together with Steve McQueen, Ava DuVernay and Ryan Murphy.

The 2024 Gotham TV Awards Ceremony will likely be held dwell and in individual at 7 p.m. on June 4, 2024, at Cipriani 25 in New York Metropolis.

Nominees are chosen by committees of movie and tv critics, journalists, pageant programmers and movie curators.

The total listing of nominees is beneath.

Learn: All Primetime Emmy predictions in each class on Selection’s Awards Circuit.

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Breakthrough Comedy Sequence

  • “Bodkin” — Jez Scharf, creator; Tonia Davis, Nne Ebong, David Flynn, Paul Lee, Alex Metcalf, Barack Obama, Michelle Obama, Jez Scharf, government producers; (Netflix)
  • “Colin from Accounts” — Patrick Brammall, Harriet Dyer, creators; Patrick Brammall, Ian Collie, Harriet Dyer, Rob Gibson, Lana Greenhalgh, Alison Hurbert-Burns, Trent O’Donnell, Brian Walsh, government producers; (Paramount+)
  • “Gen V” — Evan Goldberg, Eric Kripke, Seth Rogen, Craig Rosenberg, creators; Tara Butters, Nelson Cragg, Garth Ennis, Michele Fazekas, Evan Goldberg, Eric Kripke, Ken Levin, Ori Marmur, Neal H. Moritz, Jason Netter, Darick Robertson, Seth Rogen, Erica Rosbe, Craig Rosenberg, Zak Schwartz, Pavun Shetty, Michaela Starr, James Weaver, government producers; (Amazon MGM Studios)

Breakthrough Drama Sequence

  • “Black Cake” — Marissa Jo Cerar, creator; Marissa Jo Cerar, Carla Gardini, Aaron Kaplan, Michael Lohmann, Brian Morewitz, Oprah Winfrey; government producers (Hulu)
  • “Fallout” — Geneva Robertson-Dworet, Graham Wagner; creators; James Altman, Todd Howard, Lisa Pleasure, Margot Lulick, Jonathan Nolan, Geneva Robertson-Dworet, James W. Skotchdopole, Graham Wagner, Athena Wickham, government producer (Amazon MGM Studios)
  • “Mr. & Mrs. Smith” — Donald Glover, Francesca Sloane, creators; Donald Glover, Stephen Glover, Anthony Katagas, Nate Matterson, Arnon Milchan, Yariv Milchan, Hiro Murai, government producers; (Amazon MGM Studios)
  • “The Curse” — Nathan Fielder, Benny Safdie, creators; Nathan Fielder, Ali Herting, Dave McCary, Ravi Nandan, Alli Reich, Benny Safdie, Josh Safdie, Emma Stone, government producers (Showtime Networks)
  • “X-Males ‘97” — Beau DeMayo, creator; Victoria Alonso, Louis D’Esposito, Kevin Feige, Beau DeMayo, Brad Winderbaum, government producers (Walt Disney Studios)

Breakthrough Restricted Sequence

  • “Baby Reindeer” — Richard Gadd, creator; Wim De Greef, Petra Fried, Richard Gadd, Matt Jarvis, Ed Macdonald, government producers (Netflix)
  • “Ripley” — Steven Zaillian, creator; Steven Zaillian, director; Garrett Basch, Guymon Casady, Charlie Corwin, Benjamin Forkner, Philipp Keel, Sharon Levy, Clayton Townsend, Steven Zaillian, government producers (Netflix)
  • “The Sympathizer” — Park Chan-wook, Don McKellar, creators; Jisun Again, Amanda Burrell, Park Chan-wook, Robert Downey Jr., Susan Downey, Niv Fichman, Kim Ly, Don McKellar, Ravi Nandan, Viet Thanh Nguyen , Mark Richard, Hallie Sekoff, Ron Schmidt, John Sloss, government producers, government director (HBO | Max)
  • “Shōgun” — Rachel Kondo, Justin Marks, creators; Michaela Clavell, Justin Marks, Michael De Luca, Eugene Kelly, Rachel Kondo, Edward L. McDonnell, government producers (FX Community)
  • “Under the Bridge” — Quinn Shephard, creator; Tara Duncan, Gina Gammell, Rebecca Godfrey, Riley Keough, Samir Mehta, Quinn Shephard, Stacey Silverman, Liz Tigelaar, Geeta Vasant Patel, government producers (Hulu)

Breakthrough Nonfiction Sequence

  • “Black Twitter: A People’s History” — Prentice Penny, director; Sarah Amos, Agnes Chu, Helen Estabrook,  Nicole Galovski, Joie Jacoby, Raeshem Nijhon, Prentice Penny, Chris Pollack, Alex Soler, Carri Twigg, Andrew Whitney, government producers (Hulu)
  • “Jerrod Carmichael Reality Show” — Jerrod Carmichael, Eli Despres, Ari Katcher, creators; Jerrod Carmichael, Eli Despres, Susie Fox, Ari Katcher, Josh Kriegman, Elyse Steinberg, government producers (HBO | Max)
  • “Life on Our Planet” — Alastair Fothergill, Dan Tapster, Keith Scholey, collection producers; Justin Falvey, Alastair Fothergill, Darryl Frank, Keith Scholey, Steven Spielberg, government producers (Netflix)
  • “Murder in Boston: Roots, Rampage & Reckoning” — Jason Hehir, director; Nancy Abraham, Lisa Heller, Linda Pizzuti Henry, Joie Jacoby, Dan Krockmalnic, Sara Rodriguez, government producers (HBO | Max)
  • “STAX: Soulsville, U.S.A” — Jamila Wignot, director; Nancy Abraham, David Blackman, Ron Broitman, Charlie Cohen, Sophia Dilley, Ezra Edelman, Nicholas Ferrall, Jody Gerson, Lisa Heller, Tina Nguyen, Scott Pascucci, Nigel Sinclair, Michele Smith, Caroline Waterlow, government producers (HBO | Max)

Excellent Efficiency in a Comedy Sequence

  • Robyn Cara, “Bodkin” (Netflix)
  • Siobhán Cullen, “Bodkin” (Netflix)
  • Harriet Dyer, “Colin from Accounts” (Paramount+)
  • Kaya Scodelario, “The Gentlemen” (Netflix)
  • Jaz Sinclair, “Gen V” (Amazon MGM Studios)
  • Kristen Wiig, “Palm Royale” (Apple TV +)

Excellent Efficiency in a Drama Sequence

  • Nathan Fielder, The Curse (Showtime Networks)
  • Walton Goggins, Fallout (Amazon MGM Studios)
  • Mia Isaac, Black Cake (Hulu)
  • Emma Stone, The Curse (Showtime Networks)
  • Zine Tseng, 3 Physique Downside (Netflix)

Excellent Efficiency in a Restricted Sequence

  • Richard Gadd, Child Reindeer (Netflix)
  • Lily Gladstone, Underneath the Bridge (Hulu)
  • Ambika Mod, One Day (Netflix)
  • Tobias Menzies, Manhunt (Apple TV+)
  • Andrea Riseborough, The Regime (HBO | Max)
  • Hiroyuki Sanada, Shōgun (FX Community)
  • Anna Sawai, Shōgun (FX Community)
  • Andrew Scott, Ripley (Netflix)
  • Hoa Xuande, The Sympathizer (HBO | Max)
  • Ji-young Yoo, Expats (Amazon MGM Studios)

Nominating Committees for the 2024 Gotham TV Awards had been:

Nominating Committee for Breakthrough Comedy Sequence and Excellent Efficiency in a Comedy Sequence: Mae Abdulbaki, Film Evaluations Editor, Display screen Rant, Judy Berman, TV Critic, TIME, Valerie Advanced, Affiliate Editor/ Movie Editor, Deadline, Caroline Darya Framke, Freelance

Nominating Committee for Breakthrough Drama Sequence and Excellent Efficiency in a Drama Sequence: Melanie McFarland, Senior Critic, Salon.com; Liz Shannon Miller, Senior Leisure Editor, Consequence; Kaiya Shunyata, TV Critic, RogerEbert.com; Ben Travers, TV Critic and Deputy Director, IndieWire

Nominating Committee for Breakthrough Restricted Sequence and Excellent Efficiency in Restricted Sequence: Jen Chaney, TV Critic, New York Journal, Vulture; Daniel Fienberg, Chief Tv Critic, The Hollywood Reporter; Brian Tallerico, Managing Editor, RogerEbert.com; Chris Vognar, Cultural Critic, Freelance

Nominating Committee for Breakthrough Nonfiction Sequence: Bedatri Choudhury, Arts and Leisure Editor, The Philadelphia Inquirer, Programmer, DOC NYC & SFFILM; Kendra Hodgson, Managing Director, Ladies Make Motion pictures; Karen McMullen, Pageant Director and Head of Programming, Urbanworld Movie Pageant, Senior Programmer, DOC NYC

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