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Emmy Nominations 2014: Complete List of Nominations Announced

Jul 10 2014, 11:11am CDT | by , in News | Latest TV News

Emmy Nominations 2014: Ups and Downs
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At the Emmy nominations 2014, there were both some ups and downs for the actors and actresses who got voted for the awards.

There were quite a few surprises for the various performance artists at the Emmy nominations for 2014. While some made it and carried away awards others just couldn’t make the grade and had to go away empty-handed.

The results were a mixed bag of finders…keepers and losers weepers. Mariska Hargitay couldn’t get away with it this time. As for Tatiana Maslany, she too was on a downward spiral. Mindy Kaling and Chris Messina were not on the winner’s list.

Others who escaped notice include: Michael Sheen, Dean Norris and Elisabeth Moss. The list of failures goes on and on and has on it names such as: Niecy Nash, Amy Schumer, Carrie Preston and Bellamy Young.

These ordinary actors and actresses with their ordinary acting chops managed to slip under the radar and go unnoticed. And then there were the star studded attractions of the evening.

There were quite a few who hit the jackpot (so to say). Kate Mara in House of Cards got the Best Guest Actress in a Drama nomination. Lizzy Caplan, William H. Macy and Jeff Daniels hit pay dirt too as far as getting an award was concerned.

Silicon Valley was the HBO Comedy that was the bee’s knees. And Kate Mulgrew, Frances Conroy, Lena Headey, Fred Armisen as well as Kate McKinnon stood out among the rest.

The event was quite a dazzler alright. And all the good-looking were present on the occasion looking good. There was no dearth of talent yet not everyone won an award.

Receiving an Emmy is no small matter. It shows that the person or television show that gets the award has a certain caliber and fulfils certain rules of decorum and culture.

Each award is the epitome of the rank of the male or female who deserves it. And only those people get these awards par excellence who meet the strict and stringent criteria of the acting world. That of course is a feat of the human behavioral spirit on screen in its purest form.

Outstanding Lead Actor In A Drama Series

Breaking Bad • AMC 

Bryan Cranston as Walter White

House Of Cards • Netflix 

Kevin Spacey as Francis Underwood

Mad Men • AMC 

Jon Hamm as Don Draper

The Newsroom • HBO

Jeff Daniels as Will McAvoy

True Detective • HBO

Woody Harrelson as Martin Hart

True Detective • HBO 

Matthew McConaughey as Rust Cohle

Outstanding Lead Actress In A Drama Series

Downton Abbey • PBS 

Michelle Dockery as Lady Mary Crawley

The Good Wife • CBS

Julianna Margulies as Alicia Florrick

Homeland • Showtime

Claire Danes as Carrie Mathison

House Of Cards • Netflix

Robin Wright as Claire Underwood

Masters of Sex • Showtime 

Lizzy Caplan as Virginia Johnson

Scandal • ABC 

Kerry Washington as Olivia Pope

Outstanding Lead Actor In A Miniseries or A Movie

Dancing On The Edge • Starz

Chiwetel Ejiofor as Louis Lester

Fargo • FX Networks 

Martin Freeman as Lester Nygaard

Fargo • FX Networks 

Billy Bob Thornton as Lorne Malvo

Luther • BBC America

Idris Elba as John Luther

The Normal Heart • HBO 

Mark Ruffalo as Ned Weeks

Sherlock: His Last Vow (Masterpiece) • PBS 

Benedict Cumberbatch as Sherlock Holmes

Outstanding Lead Actress In A Miniseries or A Movie

American Horror Story: Coven • FX Networks 

Jessica Lange as Fiona Goode

American Horror Story: Coven • FX Networks 

 

Sarah Paulson as Cordelia Goode Foxx

Burton And Taylor • BBC America 

Helena Bonham Carter as Elizabeth Taylor

Return To Zero • Lifetime 

Minnie Driver as Maggie Royal

The Spoils Of Babylon • IFC 

Kristen Wiig as Cynthia Morehouse

The Trip To Bountiful • Lifetime 

Cicely Tyson as Carrie Watts

See the complete list of nomniations here.

 

 

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