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    Please refer to the dedicated threads for SAG, WGA, PGA, ACE and CAS. Discuss the rest here.

    1. Casting Society of America (CSA)
    32nd Artios Awards | June to May Eligibility
    Nominations September 27 | Winners January 19

    2. Writers Guild of America (WGA)
    59th WGA Awards | December to November Eligibility
    Nominations December 5 | Winners February 19

    3. American Society of Cinematographers (ASC)
    30th ASC Awards | December to November Eligibility
    Nominations December 6 | Winners February 4

    4. Screen Actors Guild (SAG)
    23rd SAG Awards | January to December Eligibility
    Nominations December 14 | Winners January 29

    5. American Cinema Editors (ACE)
    67th Eddie Awards | January to December Eligibility
    Nominations January 3 | Winners January 27

    6. Art Directors Guild (ADG)
    21st Excellence in Production Design Awards | January to December Eligibility
    Nominations January 5 | Winners February 11

    7. Producers Guild of America (PGA)
    28th PGA Awards | June 2015 to December 2016 Eligibility
    Nominations January 5 | Winners January 28

    8. Society of Camera Operators (SOC)
    24th SOC Awards | January to December Eligibility
    Nominations January 6 | Winners February 11

    9. Cinema Audio Society (CAS)
    53rd CAS Awards | January to December Eligibility
    Nominations January 10 | Winners February 18

    10. Visual Effects Society (VES)
    15th VES Awards | January to December Eligibility
    Nominations January 10 | Winners February 7

    11. Makeup Artists & Hairstylists Guild (MUAHS)
    10th MUAHS Awards | January to December Eligibility
    Nominations January 11 | Winners February 19

    12. Directors Guild of America (DGA)
    69th DGA Awards | January to December Eligibility
    Nominations January 11 | Winners February 4

    13. Costume Designers Guild (CDG)
    19th CDG Awards | January to December Eligibility
    Nominations January 12th | Winners February 21st

    14. Publicists Guild (ICG)
    54th ICG Publicists Awards | January to December Eligibility
    Nominations Mid-January | Winners February 24th

    15. Motion Picture Sound Editors (MPSE)
    64th Golden Reel Awards | January to December Eligibility
    Nominations January 30 | Winners February 19

    16. Location Managers Guild (LMGI)
    4th LMGI Awards | January to December Eligibility
    Nominations February 8 | Winners April 8

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    RUNNING TALLY FOR EMMY-ELIGIBLE DRAMAS

    Westworld (17 nominations from 12 guilds)
    PGA: Drama Series
    DGA: Drama Series
    WGA (2): Drama Series, New Series
    SAG (2): Drama Ensemble, Drama Actress
    ACE: One-Hour Non-Commercial Series
    ADG: Period or Fantasy Series
    ASC: Movie, Miniseries or Pilot
    CAS: One-Hour Series
    CDG (2): Period Series (2)
    MUAHS (3): Series Period/Character Makeup, Series Contemporary Makeup, Series Effects
    SOC: Television Program
    VES: Photoreal Effects

    Stranger Things (15 nominations from 11 guilds)
    PGA: Drama Series
    DGA: Drama Series
    WGA (2): Drama Series, New Series
    SAG (3): Drama Ensemble, Drama Actress (2)
    ACE (2): One-Hour Non-Commercial Series (2)
    ADG: Period or Fantasy Series
    CAS: One-Hour Series
    CDG: Period Series
    MUAHS (2): Series Period/Character Hair
    SOC: Television Program
    VES: Photoreal Effects

    Mr. Robot (7 nominations from 7 guilds)
    SAG: Drama Actor
    ACE: One-Hour Commercial Series
    ADG: Contemporary Series
    ASC: Commercial Series
    CAS: One-Hour Series
    CSA: New Drama
    SOC: Television Program

    House of Cards (7 nominations from 6 guilds)
    PGA: Drama Series
    SAG (2): Drama Actor, Drama Actress
    ADG: Contemporary Series
    ASC: Non-Commercial Series
    CDG: Contemporary Series
    CSA: Continuing Drama

    Better Call Saul (10 nominations from 5 guilds)
    PGA: Drama Series
    WGA (4): Drama Series, Episodic Drama (3)
    ACE (3): One-Hour Commercial Series (3)
    ADG: Contemporary Series
    CAS: One-Hour Series

    The Crown (6 nominations from 4 guilds)
    SAG (3): Drama Ensemble, Drama Actor, Drama Actress
    ACE: One-Hour Non-Commercial Series
    ADG: Period or Fantasy Series
    CDG: Period Series

    Penny Dreadful (6 nominations from 4 guilds)
    ASC: Non-Commercial Series
    CDG: Period Series
    MUAHS: Series Period/Character Makeup, Series Period/Character Hair, Series Effects
    VES: Supporting Effects

    This is Us (5 nominations from 4 guilds)
    WGA (2): New Series, Episodic Drama
    SAG: Drama Actor
    ACE: One-Hour Commercial Series
    ICG: Television Program

    The Man in the High Castle (5 nominations from 4 guilds)
    ADG: Period or Fantasy Series
    CDG: Fantasy Series
    CSA: New Drama
    VES (2): Supporting Effects, Created Environment

    Orange is the New Black (3 nominations from 2 guilds)
    SAG (2): Comedy Ensemble, Comedy Actress
    CSA: Continuing Drama

    Empire (3 nominations from 2 guilds)
    CDG: Contemporary Series
    MUAHS (2): Series Contemporary Makeup, Series Contemporary Hair

    The Americans (2 nominations from 2 guilds)
    WGA: Drama Series
    CSA: Continuing Drama

    Bloodline (2 nominations from 2 guilds)
    ADG: Contemporary Series
    CSA: Continuing Drama

    Preacher (2 nominations from 2 guilds)
    ADG: Contemporary Series
    ASC: Commercial Series

    The Walking Dead (2 nominations from 2 guilds)
    CDG: Fantasy Series
    MUAHS: Series Effects

    Black Sails (3 nominations from 1 guild)
    VES (3): Supporting Effects, Created Environment, Compositing

    Outlander (1 nomination from 1 guild)
    ASC: Non-Commercial Series

    Gotham (1 nomination from 1 guild)
    ASC: Commercial Series

    Underground (1 nomination from 1 guild)
    ASC: Commercial Series

    The Exorcist (1 nomination from 1 guild)
    ASC: Movie, Miniseries or Pilot

    Once Upon a Time (1 nomination from 1 guild)
    CDG: Fantasy Series

    Sleepy Hollow (1 nomination from 1 guild)
    CDG: Fantasy Series

    Billions (1 nomination from 1 guild)
    CSA: New Drama

    Narcos (1 nomination from 1 guild)
    CSA: New Drama

    UnREAL (1 nomination from 1 guild)
    CSA: New Drama

    Masters of Sex (1 nomination from 1 guild)
    MUAHS: Series Period/Character Hair

    The Expanse (1 nomination from 1 guild)
    VES: Photoreal Effects

    Vikings (1 nomination from 1 guild)
    VES: Supporting Effects

    RUNNING TALLY FOR EMMY-INELIGIBLE DRAMAS

    Game of Thrones (28 nominations from 13 guilds)
    PGA: Drama Series
    DGA: Drama Series
    WGA (2): Drama Series, Episodic Drama
    SAG (2): Drama Ensemble, Drama Actor
    ACE: One-Hour Non-Commercial Series
    ADG: Period or Fantasy Series
    ASC (2): Non-Commercial Series (2)
    CAS: One-Hour Series
    CDG: Fantasy Series
    CSA: Continuing Drama
    MUAHS (3): Series Period/Character Makeup, Series Period/Character Hair, Series Effects
    SOC: Television Program
    VES (11): Photoreal Effects, Animated Performance (2), Created Environment (2), Virtual Cinematography, Effects Simulations (2), Compositing (3)

    Downton Abbey (1 nomination from 1 guild)
    SAG: Drama Ensemble

    Manhattan (1 nomination from 1 guild)
    ASC: Commercial Series

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    RUNNING TALLY FOR EMMY-ELIGIBLE COMEDIES

    Veep (10 nominations from 7 guilds)
    PGA: Comedy Series
    DGA (2): Comedy Series (2)
    WGA: Comedy Series
    SAG (2): Comedy Ensemble, Comedy Actress
    ACE (2): Half-Hour Series (2)
    ADG: Half-Hour Series
    CAS: Half-Hour Series

    Silicon Valley (8 nominations from 7 guilds)
    PGA: Comedy Series
    DGA (2): Comedy Series
    WGA: Comedy Series
    ACE: Half-Hour Series
    ADG: Half-Hour Series
    CAS: Half-Hour Series
    CSA: Continuing Comedy

    Transparent (8 nominations from 7 guilds)
    WGA: Comedy Series
    SAG: Comedy Actor
    ADG: Half-Hour Series
    CAS: Half-Hour Series
    CDG: Contemporary Series
    CSA: Continuing Comedy
    MUAHS (2): Series Contemporary Makeup, Series Contemporary Hair

    black-ish (5 nominations from 4 guilds)
    PGA: Comedy Series
    SAG (2): Comedy Ensemble, Comedy Actor
    CAS: Half-Hour Series
    CSA: Continuing Comedy

    Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt (6 nominations from 3 guilds)
    WGA (3): Comedy Series, Episodic Comedy (2)
    SAG: Comedy Actor, Comedy Actress
    CSA: Continuing Comedy

    Atlanta (5 nominations from 3 guilds)
    PGA: Comedy Series
    DGA: Comedy Series
    WGA (3): Comedy Series, New Series, Episodic Comedy

    Modern Family (4 nominations from 3 guilds)
    PGA: Comedy Series
    SAG (2): Comedy Ensemble, Comedy Actor
    CAS: Half-Hour Series

    Grace and Frankie (3 nominations from 2 guilds)
    SAG (2): Comedy Actress (2)
    CDG: Contemporary Series

    Shameless (2 nominations from 2 guilds)
    WGA: Episodic Drama
    SAG: Comedy Actor

    Speechless (2 nominations from 2 guilds)
    WGA: Episodic Comedy
    ICG: Television Program

    The Big Bang Theory (2 nominations from 2 guilds)
    SAG: Comedy Ensemble
    ADG: Multi-Camera Series

    Scream Queens (2 nominations from 2 guilds)
    CSA: New Comedy
    MUAHS: Series Contemporary Hair

    Better Things (1 nomination from 1 guild)
    WGA: New Series

    One Mississippi (1 nomination from 1 guild)
    WGA: Episodic Comedy

    Son of Zorn (1 nomination from 1 guild)
    WGA: Episodic Comedy

    The Last Man on Earth (1 nomination from 1 guild)
    ADG: Half-Hour Series

    Mozart in the Jungle (1 nomination from 1 guild)
    ADG: Half-Hour Series

    Baby Daddy (1 nomination from 1 guild)
    ADG: Multi-Camera Series

    The Great Indoors (1 nomination from 1 guild)
    ADG: Multi-Camera Series

    The Ranch (1 nomination from 1 guild)
    ADG: Multi-Camera Series

    2 Broke Girls (1 nomination from 1 guild)
    ADG: Multi-Camera Series

    Girls (1 nomination from 1 guild)
    CSA: Continuing Comedy

    Casual (1 nomination from 1 guild)
    CSA: New Comedy

    Crazy Ex-Girlfriend (1 nomination from 1 guild)
    CSA: New Comedy

    Superstore (1 nomination from 1 guild)
    CSA: New Comedy

    RUNNING TALLY FOR EMMY-INELIGIBLE COMEDIES

    Wet Hot American Summer (1 nomination from 1 guild)
    CSA: New Comedy

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    RUNNING TALLY FOR EMMY-ELIGIBLE LIMITED SERIES

    The Night Of (9 nominations from 8 guilds)
    PGA: Long-Form Television
    DGA: Movie or Miniseries
    WGA: Long-Form Original
    SAG (2): Movie/Limited Actor (2)
    ACE: Miniseries or Movie
    ADG: Movie or Limited Series
    ASC: Movie, Miniseries or Pilot
    SOC: Television Program

    Black Mirror (6 nominations from 6 guilds)
    PGA: Long-Form Television
    SAG: Movie/Limited Actress
    ADG: Movie or Limited Series
    CAS: Movie or Miniseries
    MUAHS: Movie/Mini Special Effects
    VES: Photoreal Effects

    American Horror Story (7 nominations from 3 guilds)
    ADG: Movie or Limited Series
    CDG: Contemporary Series
    MUAHS (5): Mini/Movie Period/Character Makeup, Mini/Movie Period/Character Hair, Mini/Movie Contemporary Hair, Mini/Movie Effects, Commercial Makeup

    American Crime (2 nominations from 2 guilds)
    SAG: Movie/Limited Actress
    WGA: Long-Form Original

    Harley and the Davidsons (2 nominations from 2 guilds)
    WGA: Long-Form Original
    ASC: Movie, Miniseries or Pilot

    Gilmore Girls (2 nominations from 1 guild)
    MUAHS (2): Mini/Movie Contemporary Makeup, Mini/Movie Contemporary Hair

    Fargo (1 nomination from 1 guild)
    CSA: Movie or Miniseries

    The American West (1 nomination from 1 guild)
    MUAHS: Mini/Movie Effects

    RUNNING TALLY FOR EMMY-INELIGIBLE LIMITED SERIES

    American Crime Story (15 nominations from 11 guilds)
    PGA: Long-Form Television
    DGA (2): Drama Series (2)
    WGA: Long-Form Adapted
    SAG (3): Movie/Limited Actor (2), Movie/Limited Actress
    ACE: Miniseries or Movie
    ADG: Movie or Limited Series
    CAS: Movie or Miniseries
    CSA: Movie or Miniseries
    ICG: Television Program
    MUAHS (2): Mini/Movie Period/Character Makeup, Mini/Movie Period/Character Hair
    SOC: Television Program

    Roots (5 nominations from 4 guilds)
    WGA: Long-Form Adapted
    CSA: Movie or Miniseries
    MUAHS (2): Movie/Mini Period/Character Hair, Movie/Mini Effects
    VES: Supporting Effects

    The Night Manager (3 nominations from 3 guilds)
    PGA: Long-Form Television
    CAS: Movie or Miniseries
    CSA: Movie or Miniseries

    Madoff (2 nominations from 2 guilds)
    DGA: Movie or Miniseries
    WGA: Long-Form Adapted

    11.22.63 (2 nominations from 2 guilds)
    WGA: Long-Form Adapted
    CAS: Movie or Miniseries

    The Girlfriend Experience (2 nominations from 1 guild)
    MUAHS (2): Mini/Movie Contemporary Makeup, Mini/Movie Contemporary Hair

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    CSA 32nd Artios Nominations (June to May Eligibility)

    CASTING FOR A CONTINUING DRAMA SERIES:
    The Americans season 4
    Bloodline season 2
    Game of Thrones season 6
    House of Cards season 4
    Orange is the New Black season 3

    CASTING FOR A NEW DRAMA SERIES:
    Billions
    The Man in the High Castle
    Mr. Robot
    Narcos
    UnREAL

    CASTING FOR A CONTINUING COMEDY SERIES:
    black-ish season 2
    Girls season 5
    Silicon Valley season 3
    Transparent season 2
    Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt season 2

    CASTING FOR A NEW COMEDY SERIES:
    Casual
    Crazy Ex-Girlfriend
    Scream Queens
    Superstore
    Wet Hot American Summer

    CASTING FOR A MOVIE OR MINISERIES:
    American Crime Story season 1
    Fargo season 2
    Grease: Live!
    The Night Manager
    Roots

    CASTING FOR ANIMATION:
    American Dad! season 13
    Bob’s Burgers season 6
    Bojack Horseman season 2
    Family Guy season 14
    Robot Chicken season 8

    CASTING FOR A LIVE-ACTION CHILDREN’S SERIES:
    Austin & Ally season 4B
    Fuller House season 1
    Girl Meets World season 1
    Henry Danger season 2
    School of Rock season 1

    CASTING FOR AN UNSCRIPTED SERIES:
    Are You the One? season 3
    Billion Dollar Buyer season 1
    
Dating Naked season 2
    Redneck Island season 5
    Twinning season 1

    CASTING FOR A SHORT-FORM OR WEB SERIES:
    Bajillion Dollar Propertie$ season 1
    Cop Show season 2 & 3
    
Guidance season 1
    Her Story season 1
    Margot Vs Lily
    Relationship Status season 1

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    30th ASC Nominations (December to November Eligibility)

    CINEMATOGRAPHY FOR A NON-COMMERCIAL SERIES:
    Game of Thrones: “Battle of the Bastards” (Fabian Wagner)
    Game of Thrones: “Book of the Stranger” (Anette Haellmigk)
    House of Cards: “Chapter 45” (David Dunlap)
    Outlander: “Prestonpans” (Neville Kidd)
    Penny Dreadful: “The Day Tennyson Died” (John Conroy)

    CINEMATOGRAPHY FOR A COMMERCIAL SERIES:
    Gotham: “Wrath of the Villains: Mr. Freeze” (Christopher Norr)
    Manhattan: “Jupiter” (Richard Rutkowski)
    Mr. Robot: “eps2.0_unm4sk-pt1.tc” (Tod Campbell)
    Preacher: “Finish the Song” (John Grillo)
    Underground: “The Macon 7” (Kevin McKnight)

    CINEMATOGRAPHY FOR A MOVIE, MINISERIES OR PILOT:
    All The Way (Jim Denault)
    The Exorcist: “And Let My Cry Come Unto Thee” (Alex Disenhof)
    Harley and the Davidsons: “Amazing Machine” (Balazs Bolygo)
    The Night Of: “Subtle Beast” (Igor Martinovic)
    Westworld: “The Original” (Paul Cameron)

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    I was so excited for more guild nominations after WGA and ASC the very next day, but it turns out that we have to wait a month for the next set.

    Of course the cinematographers guild nominated All the Way and snubbed everything that was nominated over it at the Emmys. How was The Night Of nominated, but not for Robert Elswit’s pilot? At least “Battle of the Bastards” was nominated over “Home”, unlike at the Emmys. House of Cards is nominated for the same episode as at the Emmys.

    Mr. Robot is on the cinematography board after being snubbed by the guild and the Emmys last year. Here is a place for Outlander to expand into at the Emmys. Emmy winner The Man in the High Castle missed the eligibility window.

    The Harley and the Davidsons cinematographer upset very deservedly for the short-lived Hunted a few years ago, so watch out for him. The ASC is prone to surprises.

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    Citations for Mr. Robot and Outlander by the cinematographers are richly deserved! I wish those two would have had a better showing in the techs last year at the Emmys. I am really pessimistic about Mr. Robot’s chances this coming cycle which is a shame because, opinions about the narrative aside (even though personally I loved it), I think it is an undeniably beautifully made show that deserves recognition for its artful filmmaking.

    I could see Outlander continue to be a consistent contender in the production design and costume fields as well as expanding in a few more places. I would love to see it dip back into the music fields like it did in season one.

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    As for the casting nominations, that guild previously broke down their nominations into pilots and series, so we used to see a lot of new shows nominated in both categories. That is no longer possible with the new breakdown of first seasons versus older shows.

    How did Veep miss a casting nomination for the likes of Girls? That is a major snub. I am at a loss here. This looks like an easy repeat win for Transparent. This is the second year that Modern Family has missed; it has to be out of casting at the next Emmys, right?

    Pretty bad that Master of None could not get a nomination in the new comedy category, especially considering what got in. Maybe it really is just a few branches carrying it at the Emmys. That category is wide open. I guess Crazy Ex-Girlfriend has the edge?

    Of course the second season of American Crime continues to be overlooked, although its casting is exactly what should be recognized.

    The Americans really is on the rise; this is its first nomination in the series category. What is with the love for Bloodline? It is two for two in the series category. This looks like an easy repeat win for Game of Thrones.

    Orange is the New Black was still being nominated in comedy here last year and it has survived the jump to drama. Empire and The Good Wife got the boot. House of Cards holds on. Better Call Saul continues its spotty industry run.

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    I am sensing Veep fatigue. I think 2017 will be its last year as comedy series winner if it even pulls it off. If Atlanta keeps moving and does good at the guilds, I could see it winning. Keep in mind Donald Gliver is Lando and he is in the new Spider-Man movie so he is about to be all over the place.

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    21st Excellence in Production Design Awards (2016)

    PRODUCTION DESIGN FOR A PERIOD OR FANTASY SERIES:
    The Crown: #1·01, #1·02, #1·05
    Game of Thrones: #6·06, #6·07, #6·08
    The Man in the High Castle: #1·01, #1·07, #1·10
    Stranger Things: #1·01, #1·03, #1·08
    Westworld: “Pilot”

    PRODUCTION DESIGN FOR A CONTEMPORARY SERIES:
    Better Call Saul: #2·07, #2·08, #2·10
    Bloodline: “Part 16” & “Part 21”
    House of Cards: #4·02, #4·08, #4·09
    Mr. Robot: #2·01, #2·06, #2·11
    Preacher: #2·02, #2·05, #2·09

    PRODUCTION DESIGN FOR A MOVIE OR LIMITED SERIES:
    American Crime Story: #1·04, #1·06, #1·09
    American Horror Story: “Roanoke: Chapter 4”
    Black Mirror: #3·01, #3·02, #3·04
    The Night Of: “Pilot”
    Sherlock: “The Abominable Bride”

    PRODUCTION DESIGN FOR A HALF HOUR SERIES:
    The Last Man on Earth: #2·11, #3·05, #3·07
    Mozart in the Jungle: “Now I Will Sing”
    Silicon Valley: #3·02, #3·06, #3·09
    Transparent: “If I Were a Bell”
    Veep: “Kissing Your Sister”

    PRODUCTION DESIGN FOR A MULTI-CAMERA SERIES:
    Baby Daddy: #5·01, #5·08, #5·09
    The Big Bang Theory: #9·16, #9·20, #9·22
    The Great Indoors: “Pilot”
    The Ranch: “Leavin’s Been Comin’ (For a Long, Long Time)”
    2 Broke Girls: #6·02, #6·03, #6·04

    PRODUCTION DESIGN FOR A VARIETY OR REALITY SERIES:
    American Grit: “Ruck Up”
    The Ellen DeGeneres Show: “Ellen’s Halloween Show”
    Portlandia: “Weirdo Beach”
    Saturday Night Live: #41·12, #41·16, #42·04
    The Tonight Show: #4·17, #4·61, #4·93
    The Voice: “The Blind Auditions” & “The Battles Premiere”

    PRODUCTION DESIGN FOR A SPECIAL:
    88th Academy Awards (Derek McLane)
    Grease: Live! (David Korins)
    Hairspray Live! (Derek McLane)
    Lemonade (Hannah Beachler)
    68th Primetime Emmy Awards (Tamlyn Wright & Baz Halpin)

    PRODUCTION DESIGN FOR SHORT-FORMAT:
    Adidas: “Basketball Needs Creators” (Ruth De Jong)
    iPhone 7: “Balloons” (James Chinlund)
    Lemonade: “6 Inch” (JC Molina)
    Lemonade: “Denial” (Jason Hougaard)
    Lemonade: “Hold Up” (Jason Hougaard)

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    8. Visual Effects Society (VES)
    15th VES Awards | January to December Eligibility
    Nominations January 7 | Winners February 7

    Looks like this one’s actually Jan.10

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    Yeah, it seems that tonight was the Los Angeles edition of the “bake-off” and voting. I had no idea that they had such a rigorous nomination process. Good for them!

    I am so impressed with the performance of The Night Of. It got off to a bumpy start with those ridiculous “Critics’ Choice” Awards, but it has not yet been snubbed by a single guild. (It missed CSA, but was did not air in their eligibility period.) It got a production design nomination over Roots and even The Night Manager. Even American Crime Story missed ASC.

    You could say that Stranger Things is doing better than Westworld. It got two nominations at ACE. It got two individual nominations at SAG, even though one was a child. Westworld only got Thandie Newton, even though they also had several supposedly competitive men. Westworld only got one ADG nomination, even though they were the rare show to make a second submission. The ADG would rather nominate the just-released second season of The Man in the High Castle than Westworld twice. When is that kind of thing ever the case when the industry likes something?

    Look at Mozart in the Jungle becoming a reliable below-the-line performer like Amazon brethren The Man in the High Castle. Mom is out of ADG for Baby Daddy, which has apparently aired five seasons.

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    15th VES Awards (January to December Eligibility)

    VISUAL EFFECTS IN A PHOTOREAL EPISODE:
    Black Mirror: “Playtest”
    The Expanse: “Salvage”
    Game of Thrones: “Battle of the Bastards”
    Stranger Things: “The Upside Down”
    Westworld: “The Bicameral Mind”

    SUPPORTING VISUAL EFFECTS IN A PHOTOREAL EPISODE:
    Black Sails: “XX”
    The Man in the High Castle: “Volkshalle”
    Penny Dreadful: “The Day Tennyson Died”
    Roots: “Night One”
    Vikings: “The Last Ship”

    VISUAL EFFECTS IN A COMMERCIAL:
    Coke Mini: “A Mini Marvel”
    For Honor
    John Lewis: “Buster the Boxer”
    Titanfall 2: “Become One”
    Waitrose: “Coming Home”

    ANIMATED PERFORMANCE IN A NON-COMMERCIAL:
    Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare (Omar)
    Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them
    Game of Thrones: “Battle of the Bastards” (Drogon)
    Game of Thrones: “Home” (Emaciated Dragon)

    ANIMATED PERFORMANCE IN A COMMERCIAL:
    John Lewis: “Buster the Boxer”
    Opel Motorsport: “Racing Faces” (Lion)
    SSE: “Neon House” (Baby Pixel)
    Waitrose: “Coming Home”

    CREATED ENVIRONMENT IN A NON-FEATURE:
    Black Sails: “XXVIII” (Maroon Island)
    Dishonored 2: “Clockwork Mansion”
    Game of Thrones: “Battle of the Bastards” (Meereen City)
    Game of Thrones: “The Winds of Winter” (Citadel)
    The Man in the High Castle: “Volkshalle”

    EFFECTS SIMULATIONS IN A NON-FEATURE:
    Game of Thrones: “Battle of the Bastards”
    Game of Thrones: “Battle of the Bastards” (Meereen City)
    John Lewis: “Buster the Boxer”
    Sky: “Q”

    COMPOSITING IN A PHOTOREAL EPISODE:
    Black Sails: “XX” (Sailing Ships)
    Game of Thrones: “Battle of the Bastards” (Meereen City)
    Game of Thrones: “Battle of the Bastards” (Winterfell)
    Game of Thrones: “The Door” (Land of Always Winter)

    COMPOSITING IN A PHOTOREAL COMMERCIAL:
    Canal: “Kitchen”
    John Lewis: “Buster the Boxer”
    Kenzo: “Kenzo World”
    LG: “World of Play”
    Waitrose: “Coming Home”

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    11 for GoT…is that typical?

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