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‘Gilded Age’ Season 2 Emmy Submissions: Carrie Coon, Morgan Spector



Will “The Gilded Age” discover Emmys gold?

After its sophomore season, HBO’s historic drama “The Gilded Age” has entered the Emmy race with as much as 37 nominations, Selection can solely reveal. This contains excellent drama sequence, 15 predominant solid members and the season finale “In Terms of Winning and Losing,” which is able to characterize director Michael Engler and scribe Julian Fellowes of their submissions.

The central couple, Bertha and George Russell, performed by Carrie Coon and Morgan Spector, are contenders within the lead appearing classes. Coon, an Emmy nominee for the third season of the anthology crime sequence “Fargo” in 2017, has a strong likelihood of choosing up her second nom, competing towards contenders Anna Sawai, Jennifer Aniston and Emma Stone. Already proving to be a giant 12 months for the actress, she may discover herself within the Oscar race later this 12 months for her exceptional efficiency in Azazel Jacobs’ household drama “His Three Daughters,” alongside Natasha Lyonne and Elizabeth Olsen.

Spector, greatest identified for his function as Dante Allen on the seventh season of “Homeland,” hopes to land his first main appearing recognition. He’ll be vying towards candidates corresponding to Gary Oldman, Dominic West and Walton Goggins.

An onslaught of supporting gamers, each from sequence regulars and recurring actors, will compete towards each other within the eight out there slots every for supporting actor and actress. Emmy darlings Christine Baranski and Cynthia Nixon are in the most effective positions so as to add one other nom to their gorgeous resumes. Baranski performs the cussed outdated socialite Agnes van Rhijn; she has obtained a powerful 15 Emmy noms, successful her first and solely in 1995 for her supporting comedy actress function in “Cybill.” She’s additionally been acknowledged for her memorable roles in “Frasier,” “The Big Bang Theory,” and “The Good Wife.”

Enjoying Agnes’ spinster sister, Ada, Nixon has been praised in lots of opinions. A five-time nominee, Nixon has taken dwelling two Emmy statuettes: visitor drama actress for “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit” in 2008 and supporting comedy actress for “Sex and the City” in 2004. The pair may also compete towards their co-stars Louisa Jacobson, Denée Benton, Audra McDonald, Taissa Farmiga, Donna Murphy and Kelli O’Hara.

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Supporting drama actor candidates will probably be headlined by Emmy winner Nathan Lane, who performs the scene-stealing Ward McAllister, an arbiter of social guidelines and elegance.

“The Gilded Age” obtained its first nomination on the SAG Awards for excellent efficiency by an ensemble in a drama sequence, with all 34 actors acknowledged. This broke a report beforehand held by “Game of Thrones,” which had 32 actors nominated.

Oscar winner Julian Fellowes, identified for the unique screenplay “Gosford Park” (2001), is a 10-time Emmy nominee with two wins for PBS’s “Downton Abbey” for writing and excellent miniseries or film (earlier than the present was categorized as a drama for the next seasons). Engler is a three-time nominee for helming episodes of “Sex and the City,” “30 Rock” and “Downton Abbey.”

Manufacturing designer Bob Shaw, who received for Season 1, will seemingly be within the working for one more statuette. In distinction, the costumes for this second season hope for redemption from costume designer Kasia Walicka Maimone and her crew after being shut out for the primary season.

The eight-episode second season, which premiered in October 2023, obtained sturdy reward from critics. Selection’s chief TV critic Alison Herman wrote: “‘The Gilded Age’ puts its budget where its heart truly lies: with the extravagant trappings of its characters’ dynastic fortunes.”

Fellowes writes and govt produces the sequence alongside Bob Greenblatt, Gareth Neame, David Crockett, and Michael Engler, who additionally directs. Sonja Warfield and Salli Richardson-Whitfield are additionally govt producers. The present was renewed for a 3rd season which is anticipated to premiere this fall.

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

The total checklist of Emmy submissions is under. Nomination voting opens on June 13.

  • Excellent Drama Sequence
  • Lead Actor in a Drama Sequence — Morgan Spector
  • Lead Actress in a Drama Sequence — Carrie Coon
  • Supporting Actor in a Drama Sequence — Nathan Lane, Robert Sean Leonard, Blake Ritson, Ben Alhers, John Douglas Thompson
  • Supporting Actress in a Drama Sequence — Christine Baranski, Cynthia Nixon, Louisa Jacobson, Denée Benton, Audra McDonald, Taissa Farmiga, Donna Murphy, Kelli O’Hara
  • Visitor Actor in a Drama Sequence — Darren Goldstein (206: “Warning Shots”), Michael Braugher (204: “His Grace the Duke”)
  • Visitor Actress in a Drama Sequence — Laura Benanti (202: “Some Sort of Trick”), Melanie Nicholls King (208: “In Terms of Winning and Losing”)
  • Directing for a Drama Sequence — Deborah Kampmeier (204: “His Grace the Duke”), Michael Engler (208: “In Terms of Winning and Losing”)
  • Writing for a Drama Sequence — Julian Fellowes (208: “In Terms of Winning and Losing”)
  • Single-Digicam Image Modifying for a Drama Sequence — Shelby Siegel (208: “In Terms of Winning and Losing”)
  • Cinematography for a Single-Digicam Sequence (One-Hour) — Lula Carvalho (201: “You Don’t Even Like Opera”); Manuel Billeter (207: “Wonders Never Cease”)
  • Casting for a Drama Sequence — Bernard Telsey, Adam Caldwell
  • Interval Costumes — Kasia Walicka Maimone, Costume Designer; Patrick Wiley, Co-Costume Designer; Isabelle Simone, Assistant Costume Designer; Denise Andres and Rebecca Levin, Costume Supervisors (201: “You Don’t Even Like Opera”)
  • Choreography for Scripted Programming — John Carrafa (202: “Some Sort of Trick” and 206: “Warning Shots” routines)
  • Interval and/or Fantasy/Sci-Fi Hairstyling — Sean Flanigan, Division Head Hair; Christine Fennell-Harlan, Jonathan Zane-Sharpless, Key Hairstylist
  • Jonathan Zane-Sharpless, Aaron Mark Kinchen, Key Hairstylists; Tim Harvey, Jennifer M. Bullock, Hairstylists (201: “You Don’t Even Like Opera”)
  • Interval and/or Fantasy/Sci-Fi Make-up (Non-Prosthetic) — Nicki Ledermann, Division Head Make-up; Anette Lian-Williams, Jane DiPersio, Key Make-up Artist; Mareike Mohmand, Roxanne Rizzo, Make-up Artist
  • Music Composition for a Sequence (Unique Dramatic Rating) — Harry Gregson-Williams, Rupert Gregson-Williams (207: “Wonders Never Cease”)
  • Manufacturing Design for a Narrative Interval or Fantasy Program (One Hour or Extra) — Bob Shaw, manufacturing designer; Larry W. Brown, supervising artwork director; Lisa Crivelli Scoppa, set decorator (205: “Close Enough to Touch”)
  • Sound Modifying for a Comedy or Drama Sequence (One Hour) — Lidia Tamplenizza, supervising sound editor; Michael McMenomy, dialogue editor; Patrick Cicero, sound results editor; Nora Linde, foley editor; Mar Heredia, loop group editor; Jonathan Schultz, music editor (201: “You Don’t Even Like Opera”)
  • Sound Mixing for a Comedy or Drama Sequence (One Hour) and Animation — Teferra McKenzie, manufacturing mixer; Andy Kris, Chris Chae, re-recording mixers; Jack Heeren, foley mixer (201: “You Don’t Even Like Opera”)
  • Particular Visible Results in a Single Episode — Douglas Purver, Visible Results Supervisor; Leah Orsini, Visible Results Producer; Eric Lorenz, Visible Results Editor; Tessa Rittersbach, Visible Results Coordinator; Jim Ranker, Particular Results Coordinator; Becky Graham, Visible Results Supervisor – DNEG; Vicky Gillett, Visible Results Producer — DNEG; Prashanth Srinivasan, DFX Supervisor – DNEG; Felix B. Lafontaine, Compositing Supervisor — DNEG

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