5 Emmy nominations for "Star Trek: Picard" and "Strange New Worlds"
New awards coming up for one of the longest running science fiction franchises ever Share: By Manuel Liberti / 13 July 2022 This morning, the Television Academy announced its nominations for the 74th Emmy Awards, two Star Trek series, which earned 5 nominations in four categories, reaching the same number as last year. 5 Emmy nominations for Star Trek The first to get 4 nominations is the second season of Star Trek: Picard vying for the following categories: Telegram Extra Trek - Star Trek All Series Channel Character makeup Faithful realization of alien bodies and faces Exceptional audio and video editing (in just one hour)
Fantastic realization of sci-fi costumes and uniforms The fifth nomination goes to the series, still "unknown" for the Italian public coming next September on Paramount + Italy, Star Trek: Strange New Worlds for the Exceptional sound editing category for a comedy or drama series (one hour) will play The podium With Picard. Nothing done for the other series of the Franchise While Star Trek: Discovery season four and Lower Decks season two were both eligible for Primetime Emmys (and both were nominated last year), unfortunately neither received any nominations this year. Instead, he will be able to run for the nominated for the Children and Family Emmy Awards to be announced later this year Star Trek: Prodigy.
Details to the applications Due to the exceptional makeup of the characters, the episode "Hide and Seek" is named in Picard. Picard is tackling the likes of The First Lady, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, Pam & Tommy and Stranger Things. For the faithful realization of alien bodies and faces, the episode "Hide and Seek" has been named and the series is addressing: Angelyne, Gaslit, Impeachment: American Crime Story and Stranger Things 5 Emmy nominations for "Star Trek" Pictured: Santiago Cabrera as Rios, Jeri Ryan as Seven, and Michelle Hurd as Raffi of the Paramount + original series STAR TREK: PICARD. Photo Cr: Nicole Wilder / Paramount + © 2022 ViacomCBS. All Rights Reserved.
For the fantastic realization of costumes and sci-fi uniforms in Picard the episode "Penance" is named. The series addressed this time are: The Book Of Boba Fett, Loki, Moon Knight, What We Do In The Shadows and The Witcher. Pictured: Michelle Hurd as Raffi, Sir Patrick Stewart as Jean-Luc Picard, Evan Evagora as Elnor and Alison Pill as Jurati of the Paramount + original series STAR TREK: PICARD. Photo Cr: Trae Patton / Paramount + © 2022 ViacomCBS. All Rights Reserved. For the fantastic audio and video editing (in only one hour duration), the episode "Penance" is named for Picard and the episode "Memento Mori" in Strange New Worlds. The two series will run with other "films" such as Better Call Saul, The Book Of Boba Fett, Loki and Stranger Things.
5 Emmy nominations for "Star Trek" Christine Chong as La'an, Melissa Navia as Ortegas, Ethan Peck as Spock, and Anson Mount as Pike of the Paramount + original series STAR TREK: STRANGE NEW WORLDS. Photo Cr: Marni Grossman / Paramount + © 2022 CBS Studios. All Rights Reserved. In short, for being a relatively "little known" show compared to the likes of Stranger Thing, Star Trek has done quite well and more and more Emmys and awards are being awarded. In recent years, especially thanks to Discovery, more and more people are becoming passionate about this fantastic science fiction world, also discovering the old episodes and giving more visibility to the franchise. READ ALSO: Call frequencies open! Keep following us to not miss the latest news from the world of Star Trek. Follow our YOUTUBE Extra Trek channel to not miss our live shows - Remember to activate the bell - or on our TWITCH.TV platform.
Author Information Manuel Liberti My name is Manuel Liberti, I am 19 years old and I love the world of science fiction, especially Star Trek
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