Netflix is aiming for the Creative Arts Emmys. They showcased costumes from their wide-ranging lineup in a traveling display featured at the events Netflix hosted for television academy members and Emmy voters. (Watch the video below.)
Those special events took place at Paramount Pictures Studios on April 8, the Samuel Goldwyn Theater on April 27, the Directors Guild of America on May 20 and the Pacific Design Center on May 4, May 26 and June 7.
The programs featured in the costume showcase include:
“Marco Polo” (costume designers Tim Yip and Jo Korer)
“Peaky Blinders” (costume designer Lorna Marie Mugan)
“Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt” (costume designer Tina Nigro)
“Daredevil” (costume designer Stephanie Maslansky)
“Orange is the New Black” (costume designer Jennifer Rogien)
“Bloodline” (costume designer Frank L. Fleming).
This is the first season in Emmy contention for “Marco Polo,” “Peaky Blinders,” “Daredevil,” “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt” and “Bloodline,” but “Blinders” designer Mugan is a past Emmy-nominee for costumes (“Treasure Island,” 2012), while “Polo’s” Yip is a past Oscar-nominee for costumes and a winner for art direction, both for “Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon” in 2000.
Returning dramas “House of Cards” and “Orange” have yet to make an impact at the Emmys for their costume design, though “Cards” has did win Best Contemporary TV Series from the Costume Designers Guild in 2013.
Watch the video below to see Netflix’s traveling display, then use our drag-and-drop menu to predict whether one of the online outlet’s series will win Best Drama.