Gold Derby was on the red carpet at Saturday’s 2018 Creative Arts Emmys to chat with many of this year’s nominated stars and technical wizards. (See the complete list of winners.) Among the Emmy contenders we chatted with outside the Microsoft Theatre in Downtown Los Angeles were Gerald McRaney (“This Is Us”), Megan Amram (“An Emmy for Megan”) and Kelly Jenrette (“The Handmaid’s Tale”). Scroll down to watch all of our fun interviews.
Once again this year the Creative Arts ceremonies were separated into two different nights, with Saturday focusing on scripted fare and Sunday celebrating nonfiction/reality. The live Primetime ceremony will air Monday, September 17 on NBC, hosted by “Saturday Night Live” stars Colin Jost and Michael Che.
Click each link below to be taken to the full interview.
Gerald McRaney (“This Is Us”) – Nominated for Best Drama Guest Actor
Megan Amram (“An Emmy for Megan”) – Nominated for Best Short Form Actress and Best Short Form Series
Melvin Jackson Jr (“This Eddie Murphy Role is Mine, Not Yours”) and Kelly Jenrette (“The Handmaid’s Tale”) – Nominated for Best Short Form Actor and Best Drama Guest Actress
Jacob Ribicoff (“The Vietnam War” and “Fahrenheit 451”) – Nominated for Best Sound Editing
Cindy O’Connor (“Once Upon a Time”) – Nominated for Best Music for a Series
Paula Fairfield (“Game of Thrones”) – Nominated for Best Sound Editing
Mychael and Jeff Danna (‘Alias Grace’) – Nominated for Best Music Composition
Sarah Drew (“Grey’s Anatomy: B Team”) – Representing Best Short Form Series
James Corden (“James Corden’s Next James Corden”) – Winner for Best Short Form Actor and Best Short Form Series
“Star Trek” cast – Honoree of 2018 Governors Award