Emmys 2018 exclusive: PBS ‘Masterpiece’ categories for ‘Little Women,’ ‘The Child in Time’ and more

In a Gold Derby exclusive, we have learned the category placements of the key Emmy Awards contenders for PBS under their legendary “Masterpiece” umbrella. For this season, the public network has TV movie “The Child in Time” (Benedict Cumberbatch), limited series “Little Women” (Angela Lansbury) and drama series “The Durrells in Corfu” (Keeley Hawes), “Poldark” (Aidan Turner) and “Victoria” (Jenna Coleman) as their 2018 campaign.

Below, the list of “Masterpiece” lead and supporting submissions for these programs. Keep in mind that other shows and specials not under the “Masterpiece” label will also be submitted. More names might be added by the network before final Emmy paperwork deadlines. Also note that performers not included on this list may well be submitted by their personal reps.

“THE CHILD IN TIME”
TV Movie
TV Movie/Limited Actress – Kelly Macdonald
TV Movie/Limited Actor – Benedict Cumberbatch
TV Movie/Limited Supporting Actress – Saskia Reeves
TV Movie/Limited Supporting Actor – Stephen Campbell Moore

“THE DURRELLS IN CORFU”
Drama Series
Drama Actress – Keeley Hawes
Drama Supporting Actress – Daisy Waterstone
Drama Supporting Actor – Josh O’Connor, Milo Parker, Callum Woodhouse

“LITTLE WOMEN”
Limited Series
TV Movie/Limited Actress – Annes Elwy, Willa Fitzgerald, Maya Hawke, Kathryn Newton
TV Movie/Limited Actor – Jonah Hauer-King
TV Movie/Limited Supporting Actress – Angela Lansbury, Emily Watson
TV Movie/Limited Supporting Actor – Dylan Baker, Michael Gambon

“POLDARK”
Drama Series
Drama Actress – Eleanor Tomlinson
Drama Actor – Aidan Turner
Drama Supporting Actress – Caroline Balkiston, Heida Reed, Gabriella Wilde
Drama Supporting Actor – Jack Farthing, Luke Norris

“VICTORIA”
Drama Series
Drama Actress – Jenna Coleman
Drama Actor – Tom Hughes
Drama Supporting Actress – Diana Rigg
Drama Supporting Actor – Rufus Sewell

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