ASC members Gary Baum, Patrick Cady, Peter Deming, Adriano Goldman, Dana Gonzales, Ellen Kuras, Donald A. Morgan, Kramer Morgenthau and M. David Mullen earned 2018 Primetime Emmy nominations for their camerawork that aired between June 1, 2017 and May 31, 2018, as announced by the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences this morning.
(Download a complete list of nominees in all categories here.)
"It has been another record-breaking year with more than 9,100 entries in 122 unique categories for the initial nomination round of voting,” said Television Academy Chairman and CEO Hayma Washington. “The continued growth of the industry has provided opportunities for acclaimed new programs to emerge, while allowing last season’s break-through programs to thrive. In addition, 36 performers — ranging from new discoveries to revered international stars — have received their first-ever acting Emmy nomination across all categories of scripted programming. We are honored to recognize both television’s seasoned veterans and rising talents.
“This year’s nominations continue to represent increased diversity and inclusion in front of the camera. And, there is a wealth of new and returning programs that reflect so many of today’s critical issues.”
Game Of Thrones had the most nominations (22) in all categories, followed by Saturday Night Live (21) and Westworld (21). Leading the nominations in totals by platform were Netflix (112), HBO (108) and NBC (78).
Here’s breakdown on the Outstanding Cinematography nominations:
Outstanding Cinematography For A Multi-Camera Series
Donald A. Morgan, ASC
The Ranch • “Do What You Gotta Do” • Netflix • A Netflix Original Production
Superior Donuts • “Grades Of Wrath” • CBS • CBS Television Studios
Gary Baum, ASC
Will & Grace • “A Gaye Olde Christmas” • NBC • Universal Television
Outstanding Cinematography For A Single-Camera Series (Half-Hour)
Atlanta • “Teddy Perkins” • FX Networks • FX Productions
Barry • “Chapter Eight: Know Your Truth” • HBO • HBO Entertainment in association with Alec Berg and Hanarply
The End Of The F***ing World • “Episode 3” • Netflix • Clerkenwell Films / Dominic Buchanan Productions
GLOW • Pilot • Netflix • Glitter Pictures, LLC
Patrick Cady, ASC
Insecure • “Hella LA” • HBO • HBO Entertainment in association with Issa Rae Productions, A Penny For Your Thoughts Entertainment , 3 Arts Entertainment
Mozart In The Jungle • “Ichi Go Ichi E” • Prime Video • Amazon Studios
Outstanding Cinematography For A Single-Camera Series (One Hour)
Adriano Goldman, ASC, ABC
The Crown • “Beryl” • Netflix • Left Bank Pictures in association wit h Sony Pictures Television
The Handmaid's Tale • “June” • Hulu • MGM, Hulu, The Littlefield Company, White Oak Pictures, Daniel Wilson Productions
Dana Gonzales, ASC
Legion • “Chapter 9” • FX Networks • FX Product ions and Marvel Television
M. David Mullen, ASC
The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel • Pilot • Prime Video • Amazon Studios
Ozark • “The Toll” • Netflix • Media Rights Capital
Tim Ives, ASC*
Stranger Things • “Chapter One: MADMAX” • Netflix • A Netflix Original Production
Westworld • “The Riddle Of The Sphinx” • HBO • HBO Entertainment in association with Kilter Films, Bad Robot, Warner Bros. Television
Outstanding Cinematography For A Limited Series Or Movie
PJ Dillon, ISC
The Alienist • “The Boy On The Bridge” • TNT • A Paramount Television and Turner's Studio T co-production
Kramer Morgenthau, ASC
Fahrenheit 451 • HBO • HBO Films in association with Brace Cove, Noruz Films, Outlier Society Productions
Genius: Picasso • “Chapter One” • National Geographic • Imagine Television and Fox 21 Television Studios
Godless • “An Incident At Creede” • Netflix • A Netflix Original Production
Peter Deming, ASC
Twin Peaks • “Part 8” • Showtime • Rancho Rosa Partnership, Inc.
Black Mirror • “USS Callister” • Netflix • House of Tomorrow
Outstanding Cinematography For A Nonfiction Program
Morgan Fallon, Jerry Risius, Tarik Hameedi
Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown • “Lagos” • CNN • CNN Original Series and Zero Point Zero Production, Inc.
Blue Planet II • “The Deep” • BBC America • BBC Studios and The Natural History Unit in co-production with BBC America, Tencent, WDR, France Télévisions, CCTV9
Ted Giffords, Roger Munns
Blue Planet II • “One Ocean” • BBC America • BBC Studios and The Natural History Unit in co-production with BBC America, Tencent , WDR, France Télévisions, CCTV9
Chef’s Table • “Corrado Assenza” • Netflix • Boardwalk Pictures
Ellen Kuras, ASC; Hugo van Lawick (archival photography)
Jane • National Geographic • National Geographic Studios in association with Public Road Productions
Outstanding Cinematography For A Reality Program
Joshua Gitersonke, Alan Weeks, Ryan Shaw, David D'Angelo, Petr Cikhart
The Amazing Race • “It’s Just A Million Dollars,” No Pressure • CBS • WorldRace Productions, Inc.
Born This Way • “Homecoming” • A&E • Bunim/Murray Productions
David Reichert , Charlie Beck, Kelvon Agee, Ben Staley, Josh Thomas
Deadliest Catch • Battle Lines • Discovery Channel • Original Productions, LLC
Danny Day, John Griber, Mike Cheeseman, Simeon Houtman, Terry Pratt (cinematographers); Rob Gowler, David Lovejoy, Ben Mullin (operators)
Life Below Zero • Series Body Of Work • National Geographic Page B 8BC Studios
Queer Eye • “To Gay Or Not Too Gay” • Netflix • Scout Product ions, Inc. and ITV Entertainment , LLC
Michael Jacob Kerber
RuPaul's Drag Race • “10s Across The Board” • VH1 • World of Wonder Productions
The Television Academy’s membership has increased this year to more than 25,000, of which 23,000+ are voting members. That body welcomed more than 1,000 new voting members this year.
Final-round online voting begins August 13.
The 70th annual Emmy Awards will will telecast live from the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles on Monday, September 17, (8:00 - 11:00 PM ET/5:00 - 8:00 PM PT) on NBC.
* Note that Tim Ives became a member of the ASC after this nominations announcement was made.