Despite trimming down its CNN Original Series unit as a result of what former CNN exec Chris Licht described as “the ever-increasing cost of commissioning third-party premium content,” the network is still celebrating the seven Primetime Emmy nominations it received on Wednesday morning.
By Mark Mwachiro Courtesy TV Newser
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CNN celebrates 7 nominations for CNN Original Series in the 75th Primetime Emmy® Award competition. The nominations were announced this morning by the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences.
The two-time Emmy® Award-winning Stanley Tucci: Searching for Italyreceived 4 nominations, including Outstanding Hosted Nonfiction Series or Special, marking the series third nomination in the category.
The five-time Emmy® Award-winning United Shades of America received 1 nomination for Outstanding Hosted Nonfiction Series or Special, marking the series fourth nomination in the category.
Pedro Pascal received his first nomination in the category of Outstanding Narrator for his work on Patagonia: Life on the Edge of the World.
The CNN Original Series Eva Longoria: Searching for Mexico received 1 nomination for Outstanding Music Competition for a Doc Series or Special.