- Suzi Teghtmeyer sent us this list of
Emmy Nominations for The West Wing: July 17, 2003
- 55th Annual Emmy Nominations for West Wing,
- Outstanding Art Direction For A Single-Camera Series
- The West Wing - "20 Hours In America" (Parts 1 & 2)
- Outstanding Casting For A Drama Series
- The West Wing
Anthony Sepulveda, C.S.A., Casting by
Barbara Miller, C.S.A., Casting by
- Outstanding Cinematography For A Single-Camera Series
- The West Wing - "Holy Night" / Thomas Del Ruth, A.S.C., Director of Photography
- Outstanding Directing For A Drama Series
- The West Wing - "25" / Christopher Misiano, Director
- Outstanding Single-Camera Picture Editing For A Drama Series
- The West Wing - "25" / Janet Ashikaga, A.C.E., Editor
- Outstanding Lead Actor In A Drama Series
- The West Wing - Martin Sheen as President Josiah Bartlet
- Outstanding Lead Actress In A Drama Series
- The West Wing - Allison Janney as C.J. Cregg
- Outstanding Supporting Actor In A Drama Series
- The West Wing
Bradley Whitford as Josh Lyman
John Spencer as Leo McGarry
- Outstanding Supporting Actress In A Drama Series
- The West Wing - Stockard Channing as Abigail Bartlet
- Outstanding Guest Actor In A Drama Series
- The West Wing
Matthew Perry as Joe Quincy
Tim Matheson as Vice President John Hoynes
- Outstanding Drama Series
- The West Wing
- Outstanding Single-Camera Sound Mixing For A Series
- The West Wing - "25"
- Outstanding Writing For A Drama Series
- The West Wing - "25" / Aaron Sorkin, Writer
- Emmy Awards
- Shrine Auditorium
- September 21, 2003
- Telecast on Fox (8-11 p.m. EST)
- From NBC:
- NBC TOPS ALL BROADCAST NETWORKS AT EMMY NOMINATIONS
Published: July 17, 2003
"THE WEST WING" PICKS UP 15 EMMY NOMINATIONS, "WILL & GRACE" NABS 12 AND "FRIENDS" STILL STRONG WITH 11 TO HELP NBC RETAIN THE TITLE OF TOP NOMINATED BROADCAST NETWORK
The Peacock Network Leads All Broadcasters with 77
Burbank, Calif. -- July 17, 2003 --- Primetime drama and comedy veterans - "The West Wing," "ER," "Will & Grace," "Friends" and "Frasier" - and latenight powerhouses "The Tonight Show With Jay Leno," "Latenight With Conan O'Brien" and "Saturday Night Live" - helped pace NBC to another leading Emmy nomination year among all broadcast networks as the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences announced nominations for the 55th Annual Emmy Awards this morning from their North Hollywood, Calif. headquarters.
NBC's tally of 77 nominations far outdistances its closest competitor, CBS, which got 59 nominations. Fox picked up 37; ABC, 33; UPN, 7 and the WB, 2.
"This is another great year for NBC," said Jeff Zucker, President of NBC Entertainment. "Our commitment to quality programs once again pays off. We are extremely proud that our comedies and dramas continue to deliver year after year. With 15 nominations, 'The West Wing' continues to reign as the ideal of what NBC stands for. I am also delighted that our late night shows -- 'The Tonight Show With Jay Leno,' 'Late Night With Conan O'Brien' and 'Saturday Night Live' -- which are all in the running for Outstanding Variety/Music/Comedy Series -- are as popular with the Emmy voters as they are with our viewers. My sincerest congratulations to everyone who was nominated for an Emmy Award this year."
"The West Wing," voted the Outstanding Drama Series for the past three years and also a TV Academy record holder as the series having won the most Emmys in both its first season (9) and also in any single season (9), has once again been nominated as Outstanding Drama Series. Cast members Martin Sheen (a three-time Emmy nominee for "The West Wing"), Allison Janney (a three-time Emmy winner), John Spencer (an Emmy winner last year), Bradley Whitford (an Emmy winner in 2001) and Stockard Channing (an Emmy winner last year) have also been nominated. Tim Matheson and Matthew Perry were nominated as Outstanding Guest Actor while Christopher Misiano picked up directing nomination and Aaron Sorkin grabbed a writing nod....
Creative Arts Emmys will be presented September 13 at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles. The primetime awards will be handed out in a televised ceremony (Fox) on September 21, also from the Shrine Auditorium.
|Posted September 18 by David Daniel on Television Without Pity's West Wing Forum:
- I have a feeling people will be asking Emmy questions over the next few days, so here's a quick list of the show's 15 nominations. As you'll see, we were shut out last weekend at the Creative Arts Emmys, so the most we can win this year is seven (unless JS and BW tie)
(Note - Winners are now in red):
- *****Drama Series - a fourth straight win; up against CSI, Six Feet Under, The Sopranos, and 24.
- Lead Actor, Martin Sheen - his fourth straight nomination for the role; never won yet, though he won a '94 Emmy for guesting on Murphy Brown.
- Directing, Chris Misiano for Twenty Five - as a co-executive producer, shared in last year's Best Drama win, and would do so again this year.
- Lead Actress, Allison Janney - won the category last year; won Supporting Actress the previous two years.
- Supporting Actress, Stockard Channing - nominated all four years; won last year.
- Supporting Actor, John Spencer - nominated all four years; won last year.
- Supporting Actor, Bradley Whitford - third nomination; won in 2001.
- Writing, Aaron Sorkin for Twenty Five - nominated all four years; won in 2000 for In Excelsis Deo.
Creative Arts Emmys (already awarded):
- Guest Actor in a Drama, Matthew Perry and Tim Matheson - both lost to Charles S. Dutton for Without a Trace.
- Cinematography, Thomas Del Ruth for Holy Night - lost to Michael D. O'Shea for CSI: Miami.
- Editing, Janet Ashikaga for Twenty Five - lost to Chris Willingham for 24.
- Art Direction, Ken Hardy and Ellen Totleben for 20HiA - lost to Without a Trace.
- Casting, Anthony Sepulveda and Barbara Miller - lost to Six Feet Under.
- Sound Mixing, Gary D. Rogers, Dan Hiland and Patrick Hanson for Twenty Five - lost to ER.