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    I proudly present, the nominees of my 2nd Annual TV Awards, rewarding the best in the TV season from June 1st, 2016 to May 31st, 2017!

    Best Drama Series

    The Handmaid’s Tale
    Westworld
    Stranger Things
    This Is Us
    The Leftovers
    Better Call Saul

    Best Comedy Series

    Veep
    Silicon Valley
    Atlanta
    Better Things
    Black-ish
    Master of None

    Best Animated Series

    Steven Universe
    Bojack Horseman
    Trollhunters
    Bob’s Burgers
    Samurai Jack
    F Is For Family

    Best Miniseries/Made For Television Movie

    Sherlock: The Lying Detective
    Black Mirror: San Junipero
    The Night Of
    Big Little Lies
    The Young Pope
    Black Mirror: Nosedive

    Best Variety Series, Special, or Talk Show

    Saturday Night Live
    Last Week Tonight With John Oliver
    Late Night with Seth Meyers
    The Late Show with Stephen Colbert
    Deep in the Heart of Texas: Dave Chappelle Live at Austin City Limits
    The Daily Show with Trevor Noah

    Best Actor in a Drama Series

    Sterling K. Brown “This Is Us”
    Bob Odenkirk “Better Call Saul”
    Milo Ventimiglia “This Is Us”
    Anthony Hopkins “Westworld”
    Justin Theroux “The Leftovers”
    Mike Colter “Marvel’s Luke Cage”

    Best Actor in a Comedy Series

    Anthony Anderson “Black-ish”
    Donald Glover “Atlanta”
    Thomas Middleditch “Silicon Valley”
    Neil Patrick Harris “A Series of Unfortunate Events”
    Timothy Simons “Veep”
    Tituss Burgess “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt”

    Best Leading Male Voice Over Performance in an Animated Series

    Phil Lamarr “Samurai Jack”
    Zach Callison “Steven Universe”
    Anton Yelchin “Trollhunters”
    Kelsey Grammer “Trollhunters”
    Will Arnett “Bojack Horseman”
    Bill Burr “F Is For Family”

    Best Actor in a Miniseries/TV Movie

    Benedict Cumberbatch “Sherlock: The Lying Detective”
    Riz Ahmed “The Night Of”
    John Turturro “The Night Of”
    Jude Law “The Young Pope”
    Ewan McGregor “Fargo”
    Robert De Niro “The Wizard of Lies”

    Best Actress in a Drama Series

    Carrie Coon “The Leftovers”
    Evan Rachel Wood “Westworld”
    Christine Baranski “The Good Fight”
    Elisabeth Moss “The Handmaid’s Tale”
    Viola Davis “How To Get Away With Murder”
    Mary Elizabeth Winstead “Braindead”

    Best Actress in a Comedy Series

    (I couldn’t find 6 that I saw that I felt were worthy. #TooMuchTV)

    Pamela Adlon “Better Things”
    Tracee Ellis Ross “Black-ish”
    Ellie Kemper “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt”
    Julia Louis-Dreyfus “Veep”

    Best Leading Female Voice Over Performance in an Animated Series

    Michaela Dietz “Steven Universe”
    Rachael MacFarlane “American Dad”
    Deedee Magno Hall “Steven Universe”
    Tara Strong “Samurai Jack”
    Wendy Schaal “American Dad”
    Laura Dern “F Is For Family”

    Best Actress in a Miniseries/TV Movie

    Nicole Kidman “Big Little Lies”
    Bryce Dallas Howard “Black Mirror: Nosedive”
    Reese Witherspoon “Big Little Lies”
    Susan Sarandon “Feud: Bette and Joan”
    Gugu Mbatha-Raw “Black Mirror: San Junipero”
    Carrie Coon “Fargo”

    Best Supporting Actor in a Drama Series

    Michael McKean “Better Call Saul”
    David Harbour “Stranger Things”
    Jeffrey Wright “Westworld”
    Jared Harris “The Crown”
    Mahershala Ali “Marvel’s Luke Cage”
    John Lithgow “The Crown”

    Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series

    Bryan Tyree Henry “Atlanta”
    Matt Walsh “Veep”
    Zach Woods “Silicon Valley”
    Kumail Nanjiani “Silicon Valley”
    Tony Hale “Veep”
    Deon Cole “Black-ish”

    Best Supporting Male Voice Over Performance in an Animated Series

    Tom Scharpling “Steven Universe”
    Greg Baldwin “Samurai Jack”
    Paul F. Tompkins “Bojack Horseman”
    Aaron Paul “Bojack Horseman”
    Johnathan Hyde “Trollhunters”
    Justin Long “F Is For Family”

    Best Supporting Actor in a Miniseries/TV Movie

    Toby Jones “Sherlock: The Lying Detective”
    David Thewlis “Fargo”
    Bill Camp “The Night Of”
    Michael Kenneth Williams “The Night Of”
    Alexander Skarsgard “Big Little Lies”
    Martin Freeman “Sherlock: The Lying Detective”

    Best Supporting Actress in a Drama Series

    Thandie Newton “Westworld”
    Millie Bobby Brown “Stranger Things”
    Yvonne Strahovski “The Handmaid’s Tale”
    Rhea Seehorn “Better Call Saul”
    Samira Wiley “The Handmaid’s Tale”
    Ann Dowd “The Handmaid’s Tale”

    Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series

    Zazie Beetz “Atlanta”
    Kate McKinnon “Saturday Night Live”
    Sarah Sutherland “Veep”
    Anna Chlumsky “Veep”
    Leslie Jones “Saturday Night Live”
    Vanessa Bayer “Saturday Night Live”

    Best Supporting Female Voice Over Performance in an Animated Series

    (I couldn’t find 6 that I saw that I felt were worthy. #TooMuchTV)

    Nancy Cartwright “The Simpsons”
    Alison Brie “Bojack Horseman”
    Kristen Schaal “Bob’s Burgers”
    Haley Reinhart “F Is For Family”

    Best Supporting Actress in a Miniseries/TV Movie

    Shailene Woodley “Big Little Lies”
    Mary Elizabeth Winstead “Fargo”
    Laura Dern “Big Little Lies”
    Judy Davis “Feud: Bette and Joan”
    Jackie Hoffman “Feud: Bette and Joan”
    Jeannie Berlin “The Night Of”

    Best Directing in a Drama Series

    Peter Gould (Better Call Saul) “Lantern”
    Reed Morano (The Handmaid’s Tale) “Offred”
    Kate Dennis (The Handmaid’s Tale) “The Bridge”
    Johnathan Nolan (Westworld) “The Bicameral Mind”
    Mimi Leder (The Leftovers) “The Book of Nora”
    Kari Skogland (The Handmaid’s Tale) “Night”

    Best Directing in a Comedy Series

    Kenya Barris (Black-ish) “Lemons”
    Donald Glover (Atlanta) “B.A.N”
    David Mandel (Veep) “Groundbreaking”
    Beth McCarthy-Miller (Veep) “Chicklet”
    Mike Judge (Silicon Valley) “Server Error”
    Melina Matsoukas (Master of None) “Thanksgiving”

    Best Directing in an Animated Series

    Joe Johnston (Steven Universe) “Bismuth”
    Romain Bounoure, Olivier Schramm & Mike Roberts (F Is For Family) “Fight Night”
    Mike Hollingsworth (Bojack Horseman) “Fish Out of Water”
    J.C. Gonzalez (Bojack Horseman) “That’s Too Much, Man!”
    Juan Meza-Leon (Rick and Morty) “The Rickshank Rickdemption”
    Genndy Tartakovsky (Samurai Jack) “XCV”

    Best Directing in a Miniseries/TV Movie

    Steven Zaillian (The Night Of) “The Beach”
    Dearbhla Walsh (Fargo) “The Lord of No Mercy”
    James Marsh (The Night Of) “The Art of War”
    Joe Wright (Black Mirror: Nosedive)
    Jean-Marc Vallee (Big Little Lies) “You Get What You Need”
    Nick Hurran (Sherlock: The Lying Detective)

    Best Writing in a Drama Series

    Gordon Smith (Better Call Saul) “Chicanery”
    Robert King and Michelle King (The Good Fight) “Inauguration”
    Bruce Miller (The Handmaid’s Tale) “Offred”
    Dan Fogelman (This Is Us) “Pilot”
    Lisa Joy and Johnathan Nolan (Westworld) “The Bicameral Mind”
    Dan Dietz & Katherine Lingenfelter (Westworld) “The Well-Tempered Clavier”

    Best Writing in a Comedy Series

    Donald Glover (Atlanta) “B.A.N.”
    Kenya Barris (Black-ish) “Lemons”
    Gabrielle Allan & Jennifer Crittenden (Veep) “Chicklet”
    Dan O’Keefe (Silicon Valley) “Server Error”
    Rachel Axler (Veep) “Justice”
    Aziz Ansari and Lena Waithe (Master of None) “Thanksgiving”

    Best Writing in an Animated Series

    Elijah Aron and Jordan Young (Bojack Horseman) “That’s Too Much, Man!”
    Lamar Abrams, Colin Howard, Jeff Liu, and Katie Mitroff (Steven Universe) “Bismuth”
    Steven Davis & Kelvin Yu (Bob’s Burgers) “Bob, Actually”
    Mike McMahan (Rick and Morty) “The Rickshank Rickdemption”
    Bill Burr (F Is For Family) “The Liar’s Club”
    Bryan Andrews and Genndy Tartakovsky (Samurai Jack) “CI”

    Best Writing in a Miniseries/TV Movie

    Noah Hawley (Fargo) “The Lord of No Mercy”
    Steven Zaillian and Richard Price (The Night Of) “The Call of the Wild”
    Steven Moffat (Sherlock: The Lying Detective)
    Charlie Brooker (Black Mirror: San Junipero)
    Story by Charlie Brooker & Teleplay by Rashida Jones & Michael Schur (Black Mirror: Nosedive)
    David E. Kelley (Big Little Lies) “You Get What You Need”

    Best Ensemble Cast in a Series, Miniseries, or TV Movie

    Better Call Saul (Bob Odenkirk, Johnathan Banks, Michael McKean, Rhea Seehorn, Michael Mando, Patrick Fabian, Giancarlo Esposito, and Mark Margolis)
    Steven Universe (Zach Callison, Deedee Magno Hall, Michaela Dietz, Estelle, and Tom Scharpling)
    Veep (Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Timothy Simons, Matt Walsh, Tony Hale, Anna Chlumsky, Gary Cole, Kevin Dunn, Clea Duvall, and Sam Richardson)
    The Handmaid’s Tale (Elisabeth Moss, Joseph Fiennes, Yvonne Strahovski, Ann Dowd, Samira Wiley, Max Minghella, Madeline Brewer, and O.T. Fagbenle)
    Westworld (Evan Rachel Wood, Anthony Hopkins, Jeffrey Wright, Evan Rachel Wood, Thandie Newton, Ed Harris, Jimmi Simpson, Ben Barnes, Shannon Woodward, Ptolemy Slocum, Leonardo Nam, James Marsden, Talulah Riley, Luke Hemsworth, Ingrid Bolso Berdal, Sidse Babett Knudsen, and Rodrigo Santoro)
    Saturday Night Live (Kate McKinnon, Leslie Jones, Bobby Moynihan, Kenan Thompson, Vanessa Bayer, Colin Jost, Michael Che, Pete Davidson, Alex Moffat, Cecily Strong, Mikey Day, Melissa Villasenor, Aidy Bryant, Sasheer Zamata, Beck Bennet, and Kyle Mooney)

    Best Guest Actor in a Comedy Series

    Tom Hanks “Saturday Night Live”
    Dave Chappelle “Saturday Night Live”
    Hugh Laurie “Veep”
    Peter MacNicol “Veep”
    Aziz Ansari “Saturday Night Live”

    Best Guest Actress in a Comedy Series

    Melissa McCarthy “Saturday Night Live”
    Angela Bassett “Master of None”
    Kristen Stewart “Saturday Night Live”
    Sally Phillips “Veep”
    Jane Adams “Atlanta”

    Best Guest Actor in a Drama Series

    Hank Azaria “Ray Donovan”
    Gerald McRaney “This Is Us”
    Bryan Tyree Henry “This Is Us”
    Denis O’Hare “This Is Us”
    Ben Mendelsohn “Bloodline”

    Best Guest Actress in a Drama Series

    (I couldn’t find 6 that I saw that I felt were worthy. #TooMuchTV)

    Cicely Tyson “How To Get Away With Murder”
    Ann Dowd “The Leftovers”
    Alexis Bledel “The Handmaid’s Tale”

    Best Guest Acting in an Animated Series (Male or Female)

    Kristen Schaal “Bojack Horseman”
    Kevin Kline “Bob’s Burgers”
    Angela Bassett “Bojack Horseman”
    Uzo Aduba “Steven Universe”
    Tom Kenny “Samurai Jack”

    Best TV Episode of the Year (Animated, Drama, Comedy, Miniseries, or Variety)

    Better Call Saul “Chicanery”
    Steven Universe “Bismuth”
    Westworld “The Bicameral Mind”
    Bojack Horseman “Fish Out of Water”
    Rick and Morty “The Rickshank Rickdemption”
    The Night Of “The Beach”
    Black-ish “Lemons”
    Veep “Chicklet”
    Drunk History “Hamilton”
    The Handmaid’s Tale “Offred”

    Honorary Special Achievement Award: To Riz Ahmed, for his impressive variety of performances over the past year in the tv shows “The Night Of” and “Girls,” as well as the movie “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story.” A sensational breakout year for a genuinely extraordinary talent. 🙂

    Legacy Award (Goes to a series that while great, never received the Awards recognition it deserved):

    Note 1 – Unlike last year, from now on Animated Programs will only be able to contend in the Comedy Series category, in order to keep things fair.

    Note 2- This year, to keep the acting categories will all have 6 nominees (except for Guest acting, which will have 5), rather than 5-6 like last year.

    Note 3- TV Movies will no longer be allowed to compete for “Best TV Episode of the Year” for well, a pretty obvious reason. I’m still getting the glitches out of these awards LOL! However, shows such as Sherlock that actually have a continuing storyline that are submitted to the Emmys as a movie may still contend in this category, though it does not have to be the episode submitted to the Emmys as a “movie.”

    Note 4- Just to clarify, only 1 episode per show may be included in the category of “Best TV Episode of the Year” due to its all-encompassing nature.

    Note 5- I would like to sincerely apologize to the creators, cast, crew, and fans of Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, Bates Motel, Mom, Dear White People, Transparent, Rectify, Search Party, Penny Dreadful, Vikings, Narcos, and Fleabag for their shows not being eligible due to me having seen none of them this year. They have all received acclaim to varying degrees but I wish I had been able to watch and consider them all the same. I am not able to see every TV show in existence and I was going to give Rachel Bloom and Allison Janney nods for Comedy Lead Actress, Jeffrey Tambor for Comedy (or more likely Drama) Lead Actor, and DWP a nomination for Comedy Series just to take up space, but I decided against it. In order for these awards to have any credibility, I have to be honest about only nominating shows I have at least seen 1 or a couple episodes of. Otherwise my awards are no better than most other awards shows where popularity is the only qualifying factor. 🙁

    I will announce the winners and runner-ups in about a week. Winners will be highlighted in Bold and runner-ups will be highlighted in Italics.

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    Teridax
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    Number of nominations per show:

    Veep- 16

    The Handmaid’s Tale- 12

    Bojack Horseman- 11

    The Night Of- 10

    Steven Universe- 10

    Westworld- 10

    Saturday Night Live- 10

    Better Call Saul- 8

    Big Little Lies- 8

    Samurai Jack- 7

    F Is For Family- 7

    Atlanta- 7

    Black-ish- 7

    This Is Us- 7

    Sherlock: The Lying Detective- 6

    Fargo- 6

    Silicon Valley- 6

    The Leftovers- 5

    Bob’s Burgers- 4

    Black Mirror: Nosedive- 4

    Trollhunters- 4

    Master of None- 4

    Rick and Morty- 3

    Stranger Things- 3

    Feud: Bette and Joan- 3

    The Young Pope- 2

    Black Mirror: San Junipero- 2

    Marvel’s Luke Cage- 2

    American Dad- 2

    Better Things- 2

    How To Get Away With Murder- 2

    The Good Fight- 2

    Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt- 2

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    Teridax
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    Feel free to comment, critique, or predict my awards. I really tried as best as I could to watch as much television this year as possible.

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    Julia Spencer
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    Leftovers for everything!!!

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    jasonface
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    I actually really like these. #JusticeForJudeLaw!

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    Hunter-ish
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    I like these.

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    Teridax
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    I proudly present, the nominees of my 2nd Annual TV Awards, rewarding the best in the TV season from June 1st, 2016 to May 31st, 2017!

    Best Drama Series

    The Handmaid’s Tale
    Westworld
    Stranger Things
    This Is Us
    The Leftovers
    Better Call Saul

    Best Comedy Series

    Veep
    Silicon Valley
    Atlanta
    Better Things
    Black-ish
    Master of None

    Best Animated Series

    Steven Universe
    Bojack Horseman
    Trollhunters
    Bob’s Burgers
    Samurai Jack
    F Is For Family

    Best Miniseries/Made For Television Movie

    Sherlock: The Lying Detective
    Black Mirror: San Junipero
    The Night Of
    Big Little Lies
    The Young Pope
    Black Mirror: Nosedive

    Best Variety Series, Special, or Talk Show

    Saturday Night Live
    Last Week Tonight With John Oliver
    Late Night with Seth Meyers
    The Late Show with Stephen Colbert
    Deep in the Heart of Texas: Dave Chappelle Live at Austin City Limits
    The Daily Show with Trevor Noah

    Best Actor in a Drama Series

    Sterling K. Brown “This Is Us”
    Bob Odenkirk “Better Call Saul”
    Milo Ventimiglia “This Is Us”
    Anthony Hopkins “Westworld”
    Justin Theroux “The Leftovers”
    Mike Colter “Marvel’s Luke Cage”

    Best Actor in a Comedy Series

    Anthony Anderson “Black-ish”
    Donald Glover “Atlanta”
    Thomas Middleditch “Silicon Valley”
    Neil Patrick Harris “A Series of Unfortunate Events”
    Timothy Simons “Veep”
    Tituss Burgess “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt”

    Best Leading Male Voice Over Performance in an Animated Series

    Phil Lamarr “Samurai Jack”
    Zach Callison “Steven Universe”
    Anton Yelchin “Trollhunters”
    Kelsey Grammer “Trollhunters”
    Will Arnett “Bojack Horseman”
    Bill Burr “F Is For Family”

    Best Actor in a Miniseries/TV Movie

    Benedict Cumberbatch “Sherlock: The Lying Detective”
    Riz Ahmed “The Night Of”
    John Turturro “The Night Of”
    Jude Law “The Young Pope”
    Ewan McGregor “Fargo”
    Robert De Niro “The Wizard of Lies”

    Best Actress in a Drama Series

    Carrie Coon “The Leftovers”
    Evan Rachel Wood “Westworld”
    Christine Baranski “The Good Fight”
    Elisabeth Moss “The Handmaid’s Tale”
    Viola Davis “How To Get Away With Murder”
    Mary Elizabeth Winstead “Braindead”

    Best Actress in a Comedy Series

    (I couldn’t find 6 that I saw that I felt were worthy. #TooMuchTV)

    Pamela Adlon “Better Things”
    Tracee Ellis Ross “Black-ish”
    Ellie Kemper “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt”
    Julia Louis-Dreyfus “Veep”

    Best Leading Female Voice Over Performance in an Animated Series

    Michaela Dietz “Steven Universe”
    Rachael MacFarlane “American Dad”
    Deedee Magno Hall “Steven Universe”
    Tara Strong “Samurai Jack”
    Wendy Schaal “American Dad”
    Laura Dern “F Is For Family”

    Best Actress in a Miniseries/TV Movie

    Nicole Kidman “Big Little Lies”
    Bryce Dallas Howard “Black Mirror: Nosedive”
    Reese Witherspoon “Big Little Lies”
    Susan Sarandon “Feud: Bette and Joan”
    Gugu Mbatha-Raw “Black Mirror: San Junipero”
    Carrie Coon “Fargo”

    Best Supporting Actor in a Drama Series

    Michael McKean “Better Call Saul”
    David Harbour “Stranger Things”
    Jeffrey Wright “Westworld”
    Jared Harris “The Crown”
    Mahershala Ali “Marvel’s Luke Cage”
    John Lithgow “The Crown”

    Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series

    Bryan Tyree Henry “Atlanta”
    Matt Walsh “Veep”
    Zach Woods “Silicon Valley”
    Kumail Nanjiani “Silicon Valley”
    Tony Hale “Veep”
    Deon Cole “Black-ish”

    Best Supporting Male Voice Over Performance in an Animated Series

    Tom Scharpling “Steven Universe”
    Greg Baldwin “Samurai Jack”
    Paul F. Tompkins “Bojack Horseman”
    Aaron Paul “Bojack Horseman”
    Johnathan Hyde “Trollhunters”
    Justin Long “F Is For Family”

    Best Supporting Actor in a Miniseries/TV Movie

    Toby Jones “Sherlock: The Lying Detective”
    David Thewlis “Fargo”
    Bill Camp “The Night Of”
    Michael Kenneth Williams “The Night Of”
    Alexander Skarsgard “Big Little Lies”
    Martin Freeman “Sherlock: The Lying Detective”

    Best Supporting Actress in a Drama Series

    Thandie Newton “Westworld”
    Millie Bobby Brown “Stranger Things”
    Yvonne Strahovski “The Handmaid’s Tale”
    Rhea Seehorn “Better Call Saul”
    Samira Wiley “The Handmaid’s Tale”
    Ann Dowd “The Handmaid’s Tale”

    Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series

    Zazie Beetz “Atlanta”
    Kate McKinnon “Saturday Night Live”
    Sarah Sutherland “Veep”
    Anna Chlumsky “Veep”
    Leslie Jones “Saturday Night Live”
    Vanessa Bayer “Saturday Night Live”

    Best Supporting Female Voice Over Performance in an Animated Series

    (I couldn’t find 6 that I saw that I felt were worthy. #TooMuchTV)

    Nancy Cartwright “The Simpsons”
    Alison Brie “Bojack Horseman”
    Kristen Schaal “Bob’s Burgers”
    Haley Reinhart “F Is For Family”

    Best Supporting Actress in a Miniseries/TV Movie

    Shailene Woodley “Big Little Lies”
    Mary Elizabeth Winstead “Fargo”
    Laura Dern “Big Little Lies”
    Judy Davis “Feud: Bette and Joan”
    Jackie Hoffman “Feud: Bette and Joan”
    Jeannie Berlin “The Night Of”

    Best Directing in a Drama Series

    Peter Gould (Better Call Saul) “Lantern”
    Reed Morano (The Handmaid’s Tale) “Offred”
    Kate Dennis (The Handmaid’s Tale) “The Bridge”
    Johnathan Nolan (Westworld) “The Bicameral Mind”
    Mimi Leder (The Leftovers) “The Book of Nora”
    Kari Skogland (The Handmaid’s Tale) “Night”

    Best Directing in a Comedy Series

    Kenya Barris (Black-ish) “Lemons”
    Donald Glover (Atlanta) “B.A.N”
    David Mandel (Veep) “Groundbreaking”
    Beth McCarthy-Miller (Veep) “Chicklet”
    Mike Judge (Silicon Valley) “Server Error”
    Melina Matsoukas (Master of None) “Thanksgiving”

    Best Directing in an Animated Series

    Joe Johnston (Steven Universe) “Bismuth”
    Romain Bounoure, Olivier Schramm & Mike Roberts (F Is For Family) “Fight Night”
    Mike Hollingsworth (Bojack Horseman) “Fish Out of Water”
    J.C. Gonzalez (Bojack Horseman) “That’s Too Much, Man!”
    Juan Meza-Leon (Rick and Morty) “The Rickshank Rickdemption”
    Genndy Tartakovsky (Samurai Jack) “XCV”

    Best Directing in a Miniseries/TV Movie

    Steven Zaillian (The Night Of) “The Beach”
    Dearbhla Walsh (Fargo) “The Lord of No Mercy”
    James Marsh (The Night Of) “The Art of War”
    Joe Wright (Black Mirror: Nosedive)
    Jean-Marc Vallee (Big Little Lies) “You Get What You Need”
    Nick Hurran (Sherlock: The Lying Detective)

    Best Writing in a Drama Series

    Gordon Smith (Better Call Saul) “Chicanery”
    Robert King and Michelle King (The Good Fight) “Inauguration”
    Bruce Miller (The Handmaid’s Tale) “Offred”
    Dan Fogelman (This Is Us) “Pilot”
    Lisa Joy and Johnathan Nolan (Westworld) “The Bicameral Mind”
    Dan Dietz & Katherine Lingenfelter (Westworld) “The Well-Tempered Clavier”

    Best Writing in a Comedy Series

    Donald Glover (Atlanta) “B.A.N.”
    Kenya Barris (Black-ish) “Lemons”
    Gabrielle Allan & Jennifer Crittenden (Veep) “Chicklet”
    Dan O’Keefe (Silicon Valley) “Server Error”
    Rachel Axler (Veep) “Justice”
    Aziz Ansari and Lena Waithe (Master of None) “Thanksgiving”

    Best Writing in an Animated Series

    Elijah Aron and Jordan Young (Bojack Horseman) “That’s Too Much, Man!”
    Lamar Abrams, Colin Howard, Jeff Liu, and Katie Mitroff (Steven Universe) “Bismuth”
    Steven Davis & Kelvin Yu (Bob’s Burgers) “Bob, Actually”
    Mike McMahan (Rick and Morty) “The Rickshank Rickdemption”
    Bill Burr (F Is For Family) “The Liar’s Club”
    Bryan Andrews and Genndy Tartakovsky (Samurai Jack) “CI”

    Best Writing in a Miniseries/TV Movie

    Noah Hawley (Fargo) “The Lord of No Mercy”
    Steven Zaillian and Richard Price (The Night Of) “The Call of the Wild”
    Steven Moffat (Sherlock: The Lying Detective)
    Charlie Brooker (Black Mirror: San Junipero)
    Story by Charlie Brooker & Teleplay by Rashida Jones & Michael Schur (Black Mirror: Nosedive)
    David E. Kelley (Big Little Lies) “You Get What You Need”

    Best Ensemble Cast in a Series, Miniseries, or TV Movie

    Better Call Saul (Bob Odenkirk, Johnathan Banks, Michael McKean, Rhea Seehorn, Michael Mando, Patrick Fabian, Giancarlo Esposito, and Mark Margolis)
    Steven Universe (Zach Callison, Deedee Magno Hall, Michaela Dietz, Estelle, and Tom Scharpling)
    Veep (Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Timothy Simons, Matt Walsh, Tony Hale, Anna Chlumsky, Gary Cole, Kevin Dunn, Clea Duvall, and Sam Richardson)
    The Handmaid’s Tale (Elisabeth Moss, Joseph Fiennes, Yvonne Strahovski, Ann Dowd, Samira Wiley, Max Minghella, Madeline Brewer, and O.T. Fagbenle)
    Westworld (Evan Rachel Wood, Anthony Hopkins, Jeffrey Wright, Evan Rachel Wood, Thandie Newton, Ed Harris, Jimmi Simpson, Ben Barnes, Shannon Woodward, Ptolemy Slocum, Leonardo Nam, James Marsden, Talulah Riley, Luke Hemsworth, Ingrid Bolso Berdal, Sidse Babett Knudsen, and Rodrigo Santoro)
    Saturday Night Live (Kate McKinnon, Leslie Jones, Bobby Moynihan, Kenan Thompson, Vanessa Bayer, Colin Jost, Michael Che, Pete Davidson, Alex Moffat, Cecily Strong, Mikey Day, Melissa Villasenor, Aidy Bryant, Sasheer Zamata, Beck Bennet, and Kyle Mooney)

    Best Guest Actor in a Comedy Series

    Tom Hanks “Saturday Night Live”
    Dave Chappelle “Saturday Night Live”
    Hugh Laurie “Veep”
    Peter MacNicol “Veep”
    Aziz Ansari “Saturday Night Live”

    Best Guest Actress in a Comedy Series

    Melissa McCarthy “Saturday Night Live”
    Angela Bassett “Master of None”
    Kristen Stewart “Saturday Night Live”
    Sally Phillips “Veep”
    Jane Adams “Atlanta”

    Best Guest Actor in a Drama Series

    Hank Azaria “Ray Donovan”
    Gerald McRaney “This Is Us”
    Bryan Tyree Henry “This Is Us”
    Denis O’Hare “This Is Us”
    Ben Mendelsohn “Bloodline”

    Best Guest Actress in a Drama Series

    (I couldn’t find 6 that I saw that I felt were worthy. #TooMuchTV)

    Cicely Tyson “How To Get Away With Murder”
    Ann Dowd “The Leftovers”
    Alexis Bledel “The Handmaid’s Tale”

    Best Guest Acting in an Animated Series (Male or Female)

    Kristen Schaal “Bojack Horseman”
    Kevin Kline “Bob’s Burgers”
    Angela Bassett “Bojack Horseman”
    Uzo Aduba “Steven Universe”
    Tom Kenny “Samurai Jack”

    Best TV Episode of the Year (Animated, Drama, Comedy, Miniseries, or Variety)

    Better Call Saul “Chicanery”
    Steven Universe “Bismuth”
    Westworld “The Bicameral Mind”
    Bojack Horseman “Fish Out of Water”
    Rick and Morty “The Rickshank Rickdemption”
    The Night Of “The Beach”
    Black-ish “Lemons”
    Veep “Chicklet”
    Drunk History “Hamilton”
    The Handmaid’s Tale “Offred”

    Honorary Special Achievement Award: To Riz Ahmed, for his impressive variety of performances over the past year in the tv shows “The Night Of” and “Girls,” as well as the movie “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story.” A sensational breakout year for a genuinely extraordinary talent. 🙂

    Legacy Award (Goes to a series that while great, never received the Awards recognition it deserved): The Twilight Zone (Yes, I know it won a couple Writing Emmys for Rod Serling and once for Cinematographer George Clemens, but it still should have won more than it did, and deserved to be nominated for Drama Series more than just once.)

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    Number of WINS per program:

    The Handmaid’s Tale- 7

    The Night Of- 4

    Saturday Night Live- 4

    F Is For Family- 3

    Bojack Horseman- 3

    Veep- 3

    Atlanta- 2

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