Emmy submissions: PBS ‘Masterpiece’ category placements for ‘Sherlock,’ ‘Dark Angel,’ ‘Victoria’ and more

In a Gold Derby exclusive, we have learned the category placements of the key Emmy Awards contenders for PBS and its legendary “Masterpiece” programming. The network does not have perennial winner and nominee “Downton Abbey” but does have champ “Sherlock” returning with past winners Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman. Other TV movies include “Churchill’s Secret” (Michael Gambon), “Dark Angel” (Joanne Froggatt), “King Charles III” (Tim Pigott-Smith), and “To Walk Invisible: The Bronte Sisters.”

Below, the list of PBS lead and supporting submissions for drama series and telefilms. More names might be added by the network before ballots are finalized this season. Also note that performers not included on this list may well be submitted by their personal reps.

Related: Oscar winners competing at 2017 Emmys

TV Movie
Movie/Limited Series Actor – Michael Gambon
Movie/Limited Series Actress – Lindsey Duncan
Movie/Limited Series Supporting Actor – Matthew Macfadyen
Movie/Limited Series Supporting Actress – Romola Garai

TV Movie
Movie/Limited Series Actress – Joanne Froggatt

Drama Series
Drama Actress – Keeley Hawes
Drama Supporting Actor – Josh O’Connor, Milo Parker, Callum Woodhouse
Drama Supporting Actress – Daisy Waterstone

Related: ‘Sherlock’ episode now featured on Emmys FYC website

TV Movie
Movie/Limited Series Actor – Tim Pigott-Smith

TV Movie
Movie/Limited Series Actor – Benedict Cumberbatch
Movie/Limited Series Supporting Actor – Martin Freeman, Mark Gatiss, Toby Jones
Movie/Limited Series Supporting Actress – Amanda Abbington, Sian Brooke

TV Movie
Movie/Limited Series Actress – Finn Atkins, Charlie Murphy, Chloe Pirrie
Movie/Limited Series Supporting Actor – Adam Nagaitis, Jonathan Pryce

Drama Series
Drama Actor – Tom Hughes
Drama Actress – Jenna Coleman
Drama Supporting Actor – Rufus Sewell

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