Emmy Nominated Titles Streaming on Netflix

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Netflix is officially the head of the streaming pack, edging out the competition with 112 Emmy nods.

Earlier this year Netflix famously announced they were planning on spending $8 billion on content in 2018, focusing primarily on original content. Reports indicate Netflix could drop even more than that this year, anywhere from $8 billion to $13 billion; that’s more than HBO, FOX, and Disney. They are fast becoming the number one content provider in the US.

As other prestigious cable networks have begun to lose steam, Netflix has geared up their service and put even more effort into original content. With new series, movies, documentaries, and stand-up specials hitting the service weekly, they don’t look to be slowing down any time soon.

Arguably, some of these tries haven’t hit the mark, but this is completely new territory. No other service has put this much into original content and you certainly can’t know what works if you don’t try it. Especially when it comes to documentaries and series, Netflix has become a powerhouse with enough talent and investigative grit to set a new standard.

This year Netflix has garnered 122 Emmy nominations, breaking HBO’s 17-year streak of getting the most Television Academy nods. It looks like all the time and money spent on original content is paying off.

Netflix earned nominations in just about every genre and category you can think of. We take a look at Netflix’s Emmy nominated content in the hopes that you’ll find some gems you may have never heard of, something that may have just flown under your radar, or maybe even fall in love with a show all over again.

George Clooney and David Letterman, My Next Guest Needs No Introduction With David Letterman, Image Courtesy of Netflix


The Crown

The Crown, Image Courtesy of Netflix

Nominations:

  • Outstanding Drama Series
  • Lead Actress in a Drama Series: Claire Foy as Queen Elizabeth II
  • Outstanding Supporting Actor In A Drama Series: Matt Smith as Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh
  • Outstanding Supporting Actress In A Drama Series: Vanessa Kirby as Princess Margaret
  • Outstanding Writing For A Drama Series
  • Outstanding Directing For A Drama Series
  • Outstanding Guest Actor In A Drama Series: Matrimonium: Matthew Goode as Tony Armstrong-Jones
  • Outstanding Production Design For A Narrative Period Or Fantasy Program (One Hour Or More)
  • Outstanding Casting For A Drama Series
  • Outstanding Cinematography For A Single-Camera Series (One Hour)
  • Outstanding Period Costumes
  • Outstanding Hairstyling For A Single-Camera Series
  • Outstanding Special Visual Effects In A Supporting Role
Based on an award-winning play, this lavish drama chronicles the life of Queen Elizabeth II from the 1940s to modern times. The series begins with an inside look at the early reign of the queen, who ascended the throne at age 25 after the death of her father, King George VI. As the decades pass, personal intrigues, romances, and political rivalries are revealed that played a big role in events that shaped the later years of the 20th century.

Stranger Things

Stranger Things, Image Courtesy of Netflix

Nominations:

  • Outstanding Drama Series
  • Outstanding Supporting Actor In A Drama Series: David Harbour as Jim Hopper
  • Outstanding Supporting Actress In A Drama Series: Millie Bobby Brown as Eleven
  • Outstanding Writing For A Drama Series
  • Outstanding Directing For A Drama Series
  • Outstanding Casting For A Drama Series
  • Outstanding Cinematography For A Single-Camera Series (One Hour)
  • Outstanding Single-Camera Picture Editing For A Drama Series
  • Outstanding Original Main Title Theme Music
  • Outstanding Sound Editing For A Comedy Or Drama Series (One Hour)
  • Outstanding Sound Mixing For A Comedy Or Drama Series (One Hour)
  • Outstanding Special Visual Effects

A love letter to the ’80s classics that captivated a generation, Stranger Things is set in 1983 Indiana, where a young boy vanishes into thin air. As friends, family and local police search for answers, they are drawn into an extraordinary mystery involving top-secret government experiments, terrifying supernatural forces, and one very strange little girl. As we move to season two, we discover a bigger, sinister entity still threatens the residents of the small town of Hawkins, uncovering a secret that we could never have imagined.


GLOW

GLOW, Image Courtesy of Netflix

Nominations:

  • Outstanding Comedy Series
  • Outstanding Supporting Actress In A Comedy Series: Betty Gilpin as Debbie Eagan
  • Outstanding Directing For A Comedy Series
  • Outstanding Production Design For A Narrative Program (Half-Hour Or Less)
  • Outstanding Casting For A Comedy Series
  • Outstanding Cinematography For A Single-Camera Series (Half-Hour)
  • Outstanding Hairstyling For A Single-Camera Series
  • Outstanding Main Title Design
  • Outstanding Makeup For A Single-Camera Series (Non-Prosthetic)
  • Outstanding Stunt Coordination For A Comedy Series Or Variety Program

Inspired by the short-lived show from the 80s, GLOW follows Ruth, an out-of-work, struggling actress in 1980s Los Angeles who finds one last chance for stardom when she’s thrust into the glitter and spandex world of women’s wrestling. In addition to working with 12 Hollywood misfits, Ruth also has to compete with a former soap actress who left the business to have a baby, only to be sucked back into work when her picture perfect life is not what it seems. And at the wheel is a washed-up, B-movie director who now must lead this group of women on their journey to wrestling stardom.


Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt

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  • Outstanding Comedy Series
  • Outstanding Supporting Actor In A Comedy Series: Tituss Burgess as Titus Andromedon

After living in a cult for fifteen years, Kimmy (Ellie Kemper) decides to reclaim her life and start over in New York City. She makes her way through the world with wide-eyed enthusiasm, learning about modern life and inspiring everyone she meets along the way.

Fun note: Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt has made history at the 2018 Emmys for being the shortest season ever nominated for Best Comedy Series. At only six episodes, Season 4 broke the previous record of eight episodes that was held by such shows as Veep, Silicon Valley, and Louie.


Ozark

Ozark, Image Courtesy of Netflix

Nominations:

  • Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series: Jason Bateman as Marty Byrde
  • Outstanding Directing For A Drama Series
  • Outstanding Directing For A Drama Series
  • Outstanding Production Design For A Narrative Contemporary Program (One Hour Or More)
  • Outstanding Cinematography For A Single-Camera Series (One Hour)

Marty Byrde is a financial planner who suddenly relocates his family from Chicago to a summer resort community in the Ozarks after a money-laundering scheme goes wrong. With his wife Wendy and their two kids in tow, Marty is on the move, trying to come up with a plan to pay off a substantial debt to a Mexican drug lord in order to keep his family safe.


Grace And Frankie

Grace and Frankie, Image Courtesy of Netflix

Nominations:

  • Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series: Lily Tomlin as Frankie Bergstein
  • Outstanding Production Design For A Narrative Program (Half-Hour Or Less)
  • Outstanding Contemporary Costumes

Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin star as two women whose lives are suddenly turned upside down when their husbands reveal they are gay and leave them for each other. Both sparring partners and partners-in-crime, they form an unlikely bond to face an uncertain future together and discover a new definition of family.


Black Mirror

Black Mirror, Image: Jonathan Prime/Netflix

Nominations:

  • Outstanding Lead Actor in a Limited Series or Movie: USS Callister: Jesse Plemons as Robert Daly
  • Outstanding Supporting Actress In A Limited Series Or Movie: Black Museum: Letitia Wright as Nish
  • Outstanding Television Movie: USS Callister
  • Outstanding Writing For A Limited Series, Movie Or Dramatic Special: USS Callister
  • Outstanding Cinematography For A Limited Series Or Movie: USS Callister
  • Outstanding Single-Camera Picture Editing For A Limited Series Or Movie: USS Callister
  • Outstanding Music Composition For A Limited Series, Movie Or Special (Original Dramatic Score): USS Callister
  • Outstanding Sound Editing For A Limited Series, Movie Or Special: USS Callister

Black Mirror is an anthology series that taps into our collective unease with the modern world.  Each stand-alone episode is a sharp, suspenseful tale exploring themes of contemporary techno-paranoia. Without questioning it, technology has transformed all aspects of our lives; in every home; on every desk; in every palm.  Plasma screens, monitors, smartphones – a Black Mirror reflecting our 21st Century existence back at us.


Godless

Godless, Image: Ursula Coyote/Netflix

Nominations:

  • Outstanding Lead Actress in a Limited Series or Movie: Michelle Dockery as Alice Fletcher
  • Outstanding Supporting Actor In A Limited Series Or Movie: Jeff Daniels as Frank Griffin
  • Outstanding Supporting Actress In A Limited Series Or Movie: Merritt Wever as Mary Agnes
  • Limited Series
  • Outstanding Writing For A Limited Series, Movie Or Dramatic Special
  • Outstanding Directing For A Limited Series, Movie Or Dramatic Special
  • Outstanding Casting For A Limited Series, Movie Or Special
  • Outstanding Cinematography For A Limited Series Or Movie
  • Outstanding Hairstyling For A Limited Series Or Movie
  • Outstanding Music Composition For A Limited Series, Movie Or Special (Original Dramatic Score)
  • Outstanding Original Main Title Theme Music
  • Outstanding Sound Editing For A Limited Series, Movie Or Special

Notorious criminal Frank Griffin and his gang of outlaws are on a mission of revenge against Roy Goode, a son-like protégé who betrayed the brotherhood. While on the run, Roy seeks refuge with a hardened widower in a worn-down, isolated mining town governed mainly by women. When word reaches La Belle that Griffin is headed their way, the town bands together to defend against the murderous gang in a lawless western frontier.


Queer Eye

Queer Eye, Image Courtesy of Netflix

Nominations:

  • Outstanding Structured Reality Program
  • Outstanding Casting For A Reality Program
  • Outstanding Cinematography For A Reality Program
  • Outstanding Picture Editing For A Structured Or Competition Reality Program

Fifteen years ago the Emmy Award-winning series Queer Eye for the Straight Guy revolutionized reality television. Now the series is back returning to Netflix and going global, introducing audiences around the world to a modern aesthetic, diverse perspective and a brand new Fab Five. They forge relationships with men and women from a wide array of backgrounds, touching on everything from LGBTQ rights and social commentary to how to make the best farm-to-table guacamole and more. It’s truly a show about finding the beauty within.


Mindhunter

Mindhunter, Image: Patrick Harbron/Netflix

Nomination:

  • Outstanding Guest Actor In A Drama Series: Episode 2: Cameron Britton as Edmund Kemper

Based on actual events and the true crime book Mindhunter: Inside the FBI’s Elite Serial Crime UnitManhunter goes behind the scenes of the FBI and the development of criminal analysis. Catching a criminal often requires the authorities to get inside the villain’s mind to figure out how he thinks. That’s the job of FBI agents Holden Ford and Bill Tench. They attempt to understand and catch serial killers by studying their damaged psyches. Along the way, the agents pioneer the development of modern serial-killer profiling.

This series has a killer team behind it (Sorry, I couldn’t resist.), with Oscar-nominated director David Fincher and Oscar-winning actress Charlize Theron among the show’s executive producers.


Seven Seconds

Seven Seconds, Image: JoJo Whilden/Netflix

Nomination:

  • Outstanding Lead Actress in a Limited Series or Movie: Regina King as Latrice Butler

After a white cop accidentally hits and critically injures a black teenager, a northeastern city explodes with racial tensions, an attempted cover-up and its aftermath, and the trial of the century. It’s an absorbing drama with a very powerful storyline.


Lost In Space

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Nomination:

  • Outstanding Special Visual Effects

A dramatic and modern reimagining of the classic 1960’s science fiction series, Lost in Space is set 30 years in the future. Colonization in space is now a reality and the Robinson family is among those tested and selected to make a new life for themselves in a better world. But when the new colonists find themselves abruptly torn off course en route to their new home they must forge new alliances and work together to survive in a dangerous alien environment, light-years away from their original destination.


One Day At A Time

One Day at a Time, Image: Adam Rose/Netflix

Nomination:

  • Outstanding Multi-Camera Picture Editing For A Comedy Series

A modern reimagining of the Norman Lear classic, One Day at a Time is the story of a Cuban-American family. The matriarch is a recently separated, former military woman trying to navigate life as a new single mom while raising her radical teenaged daughter and socially adept tween son, with the ‘help’ of her old school Cuban-born mother and a friends-without-benefits building manager named Schneider.


13 Reasons Why

13 Reasons Why, Image: Beth Dubber/Netflix

Nomination:

  • Outstanding Creative Achievement In Interactive Media Within A Scripted Program

Two weeks after a young student named Hannah takes her own life, a classmate named Clay finds a mysterious box on his porch. Inside the box are recordings made by Hannah in which she explains the 13 reasons why she chose to commit suicide. The first season is told through Clay and Hannah’s dual narratives.

Season 2 picks up in the aftermath of Hannah’s death and the start of the characters’ complicated journeys toward healing and recovery. Liberty High prepares to go on trial, but someone will stop at nothing to keep the truth surrounding Hannah’s death concealed. A series of ominous polaroids lead Clay and his classmates to uncover a sickening secret and a conspiracy to cover it up.

This is a powerful series that stirred quite a bit of conversation and controversy. With the launch of the second season, Netflix made available several resources at 13ReasonsWhy.info including a Discussion Guide and a Discussion Series – a set of videos where cast address issues in the series including bullying, sexual assault, and drug abuse. Also included are valuable links to outreach support and phone numbers for assistance.


Altered Carbon

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Nominations:

  • Outstanding Main Title Design
  • Outstanding Special Visual Effects

Based on the classic cyberpunk noir novel by Richard K. Morgan, Altered Carbon is set more than 300 years in the future. Society has been transformed by new technology: consciousness can be digitized, human bodies are interchangeable, and death is no longer permanent. Takeshi Kovacs is the lone surviving soldier in a group of elite interstellar warriors who were defeated in an uprising against the new world order. His mind was imprisoned for centuries until Laurens Bancroft, an impossibly wealthy, long-lived man, offers Kovacs the chance to live again. In exchange, Kovacs has to solve a murder…that of Bancroft himself.


The Ranch

The Ranch, Image: Greg Gayne/Netflix

Nomination:

  • Outstanding Cinematography For A Multi-Camera Series

Set in on a Colorado ranch outside Denver, this multi-camera family comedy series stars Ashton Kutcher, Sam Elliott, Debra Winger and Elisha Cuthbert. The show follows Colt’s (Kutcher) return home after a brief and failed semi-pro football career to run the family ranching business with his father Beau (Elliott).


The End Of The F***ing World

The End of the F***ing World, Image Courtesy of Netflix

Nomination:

  • Outstanding Cinematography For A Single-Camera Series (Half-Hour)

Based on the award-winning comic book series by Charles Forsman, James is an outsider who is convinced he’s a psychopath. When he decides it’s time to move up from killing animals to an actual human being, he sets his sights on Alyssa, another outsider. But the more he gets to know her, the more he feels a bond with her. Together they embark on a road trip and get caught up on a trail of violent events that grow increasingly more ominous as their quest progresses.


American Vandal

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Nomination:

  • Outstanding Writing For A Limited Series, Movie Or Dramatic Special: Clean Up

This true-crime satire that explores the aftermath of a costly high school prank that left twenty-seven faculty cars vandalized with phallic images. An aspiring sophomore documentarian investigates the controversial and potentially unjust expulsion of troubled senior (and known dick-drawer) Dylan Maxwell. Not unlike its now iconic true-crime predecessors, the addictive American Vandal will leave one question on everyone’s minds until the very end: Who drew the dicks?


Alias Grace

Alias Grace, Image: Sabrina Lantos/Netflix

Nomination:

  • Outstanding Music Composition For A Limited Series, Movie Or Special (Original Dramatic Score)

 

Based on a true story and the 1996 Margaret Atwood (The Handmaid’s Tale) novel of the same name, this is the story of Grace Marks, a poor, young Irish immigrant and domestic servant in Upper Canada who was convicted of the brutal murders of her employer, Thomas Kinnear, and his housekeeper, Nancy Montgomery in 1843. Grace was sentenced to life imprisonment and became one of the most enigmatic and notorious women of 1840s for her supposed role in the sensational double murder, and was eventually exonerated after 30 years in jail. Her conviction was controversial, and sparked much debate about whether Grace was actually involved in the murder, or merely an unwitting accessory.


Big Mouth

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Nomination:

  • Outstanding Original Music And Lyrics

This edgy adult animated comedy comes to us from real-life best friends Nick Kroll (Kroll Show, The League) and Andrew Goldberg (Family Guy). All about the glorious nightmare that is teenaged puberty, Andrew is learning first hand that getting older isn’t going to be easy. Along for the ride are his friends Nick and Jessi, both having an equally horrific time. Big Mouth has quite a few comedy veterans lending their voices to the series include John Mulaney, Nick Kroll, Maya Rudolph and Jordan Peele.


Marvel’s Jessica Jones

Marvel’s Jessica Jones, Image: David Giesbrecht/Netflix

Nomination:

  • Outstanding Music Composition For A Series (Original Dramatic Score)

Former superhero Jessica Jones is a hard-drinking loner who opens her own detective agency. Working as a private investigator, she still comes to the aid of those who need it, despite suffering severe trauma at the hands of a sadistic Super Villain.


Marvel’s The Defenders

Marvel’s The Defenders, Image: Sarah Shatz/Netflix

Nomination:

  • Outstanding Original Main Title Theme Music

This series brings together Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Luke Cage, and Iron Fist, a quartet of singular heroes with one common goal: save New York City. They each have strong personalities and are burdened with their own personal challenges, but they reluctantly realize they just might be stronger when teamed together.


Marvel’s The Punisher

Marvel’s The Punisher, Image: Nicole Rivelli/Netflix

Nomination:

  • Outstanding Stunt Coordination For A Drama Series, Limited Series Or Movie

After exacting revenge on those responsible for the death of his wife and children, Frank Castle uncovers a conspiracy that runs far deeper than New York’s criminal underworld. Now known throughout the city as The Punisher, he must discover the truth about injustices that affect more than his family alone.


My Next Guest Needs No Introduction With David Letterman

My Next Guest Needs No Introduction with David Letterman, Image: Adam Rose

Nomination:

  • Outstanding Informational Series Or Special

David Letterman sits down for in-depth conversations with extraordinary people and also has in-the-field segments with his guests.


Dave Chappelle: Equanimity

Dave Chappelle: Equanimity, Image: Mathieu Bitton

Nominations:

  • Outstanding Variety Special (Pre-Recorded)
  • Outstanding Directing For A Variety Special
  • Outstanding Picture Editing For Variety Programming

Emmy Award-winning comedy titan Dave Chappelle has a special homecoming performance filmed in front of a packed house at the historic Warner Theater in Washington D.C. He talks taking on culture and class, politics and the specter of getting old.


Steve Martin & Martin Short: An Evening You Will Forget For The Rest Of Your Life

An Evening You Will Forget For The Rest Of Your Life, Image Courtesy of Netflix

Nominations:

  • Outstanding Variety Special (Pre-Recorded)
  • Outstanding Writing For A Variety Special
  • Outstanding Directing For A Variety Special

Comedy icons Steve Martin and Martin Short team up for musical sketches and conversations about their legendary lives in show business and stand-up.


John Mulaney: Kid Gorgeous At Radio City

John Mulaney: Kid Gorgeous at Radio City, Image Courtesy of Netflix

Nomination:

  • Outstanding Writing For A Variety Special

John Mulaney tells stories from his childhood, discusses his time at Saturday Night Live, eviscerates the value of college, and laments getting older in this hilarious comedy special.


Patton Oswalt: Annihilation

Patton Oswalt: Annihilation, Image: Elizabeth Morris

Nomination:

  • Outstanding Writing For A Variety Special

Filmed at Chicago’s Athenaeum Theatre, this deeply personal and powerful stand-up special delves into the last year of Patton Oswalt’s life, following the passing of his wife, and how he worked through the pain and grief by finding humor. Oswalt also explores the angst of social media, the current political climate and being tricked by robocalls.


Jerry Seinfeld: Jerry Before Seinfeld

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Nomination:

  • Outstanding Directing For A Variety Special

Jerry Seinfeld returns to The Comic Strip for an intimate stand-up set at the club that helped launch his career, performing the jokes that put him on the comedy map. The special includes never-before-seen material including a library of legal pads with every joke he’s written since 1975 and childhood videos.


Strong Island

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Nomination:

  • Exceptional Merit In Documentary Filmmaking

In April 1992, on Long Island NY, William Jr., the Ford’s eldest child, a black 24-year-old teacher, was killed by Mark Reilly, a white 19-year-old mechanic. Although Ford was unarmed, he became the prime suspect in his own murder. Now the victims’ brother, director Yance Ford, chronicles the arc of his family across history, geography, and tragedy in an incredibly personal journey.


Icarus

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Nominations:

  • Outstanding Writing For A Nonfiction Program
  • Outstanding Directing For A Documentary/Nonfiction Program
  • Outstanding Documentary Or Nonfiction Special

Bryan Fogel set out to make a documentary investigating doping in sports. His plan was to dope himself, observe the changes in his performance, and see if he could evade detection. In the process, he’s connected to a renegade Russian scientist. What they stumble upon turns out to be the biggest doping scandal in sport’s history.


Wild Wild Country

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Nominations:

  • Outstanding Directing For A Documentary/Nonfiction Program
  • Outstanding Documentary Or Nonfiction Series
  • Outstanding Picture Editing For Variety Programming
  • Outstanding Sound Editing For A Nonfiction Program (Single Or MultiCamera)
  • Outstanding Sound Mixing For A Nonfiction Program (Single or Multi-Camera)

When the world’s most controversial guru builds a utopian city in the Oregon desert, a massive conflict with local ranchers ensues; producing the first bioterror attack in US history, the largest case of illegal wiretapping ever recorded, and the world’s biggest collection of Rolls-Royce automobiles. It’s a story you have to see to believe.


Jim & Andy: The Great Beyond – Featuring A Very Special, Contractually Obligated Mention Of Tony Clifton

Jim & Andy: The Great Beyond, Image: Francois Duhamel/Netflix

Nomination:

  • Outstanding Documentary Or Nonfiction Special

Jim Carrey earned critical acclaim and a Golden Globe for his portrayal of Andy Kaufman. Now 18 years later Carrey looks back at his time playing Kaufman with behind the scenes footage and video shot by Andy’s former girlfriend, Lynne Margulies and former writing partner, Bob Zmuda


Chef’s Table

Chef’s Table, Image: Roman Suslov/Netflix

Nomination:

  • Outstanding Cinematography For A Nonfiction Program

This series features six of the world’s most renowned international chefs and offers viewers the opportunity to journey inside the lives and kitchens of these culinary experts.


Somebody Feed Phil

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Nomination:

  • Outstanding Original Main Title Theme Music

This lively food series follows Phil Rosenthal (Everybody Loves Raymond) as he journeys around the world with his friends and family sampling the food and experiencing the culture. The latest season has him traveling to Venice, Dublin, Buenos Aires, Copenhagen, Capetown and New York. We get to follow along as Phil goes on his good-natured way, sampling cuisine across the globe.


Alexa & Katie

Alexa & Katie, Image: Nicole Wilder/Netlix

Nomination:

  • Outstanding Children’s Program

Alexa and Katie are two best friends eagerly awaiting the start of their freshman year of high school. Despite the fact that Alexa is undergoing cancer treatment, her outgoing personality and enthusiasm for life never wavers. Her loyal friend Katie is always by her side, together through thick and thin.


Fuller House

Fuller House, Image: Mike Yarish/Netflix

Nomination:

  • Outstanding Children’s Program

In this spinoff series, veterinarian and recently widowed D.J. Tanner-Fuller finds herself living in her childhood home with her younger sister Stephanie Tanner and her lifelong best friend and fellow single mother Kimmy Gibbler. Together they help support one another through careers, parenting, and relationships with the kind of love and humor you can only get from the people you grew up with.


A Series Of Unfortunate Events

A Series of Unfortunate Events, Image: Joseph Lederer/Netflix

Nominations:

  • Outstanding Children’s Program
  • Outstanding Fantasy/Sci-Fi Costumes

Based on the internationally best selling series of books by Lemony Snicket, this series tells the tale of the Baudelaire orphans (Violet, Klaus, and Sunny) and their extraordinary encounters with the devious Count Olaf who will stop at nothing to get his hands on their inheritance. Foiling his many dastardly plans and disguises, the young siblings discover clues to their parents’ mysterious death, links to a covert organization, and begin to unlock long-held family secrets.


Bill Nye Saves The World

Bill Nye Saves The World, Image: Greg Gayne/Netflix

Nomination:

  • Outstanding Production Design For A Variety, Reality Or Reality-Competition Series: Extinction: Why All Our Friends Are Dying

Bill Nye – the Emmy-nominated host, educator, engineer, and curator of curiosity – returns with a new show that tackles topics from a scientific point of view, dispelling myths, and refuting anti-scientific claims.

Cheryl Greenway

Cheryl has written for What’s on Netflix for over three years. She’s a confessed streaming addict and also runs a Netflix based community on Facebook with over 10,000 users. Cheryl specializes in documentaries and covers weekly additions for the US in addition to breaking news stories. She is the Weekend Editor for What’s On Netflix. Cheryl resides in Virginia, USA.