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'Enterprise', Shatner Score Emmy Nominations

By Michelle
July 15, 2004 - 4:35 PM

The Academy of Television Arts and Sciences announced its annual Emmy Award nominations this morning, honouring Star Trek: Enterprise with four nominations in visual effects, makeup and music - the same categories for which the show earned nods last year.

Emmy winners Edie Falco and Tony Shalhoub joined Academy chairman Dick Askin at the Leonard H. Goldensen Theatre in Los Angeles to make the announcements 5:39 a.m. Pacific time this morning of nominees for the awards, to be broadcast on September 19th from the Shrine Auditorium. Technical awards will be given out earlier, on September 12th, at a separate banquet whose proceedings are summarized during the televised Emmy Awards ceremony. The announcement is summarized on the The complete list of Emmy nominations is available for download at Academy of Television Arts and Sciences site.

Below is a full list of all the nominations Enterprise received this year:

Numerous Trek alumni also received Emmy nods in acting, creative and technical categories. Actors include William Shatner (Captain Kirk) for his guest role on The Practice; Louise Fletcher (Kai Winn) for her guest role on Joan of Arcadia; Brad Dourif (Suder) for his supporting role in Deadwood; Kelsey Grammer (Morgan Bateson) for the lead role on Frasier; and Kim Cattrall (Valeris) as oustanding supporting actress on Sex And The City. Whoopi Goldberg (Guinan)'s series Whoopi was cited for Outstanding Art Direction For A Multi-Camera Series.

Former Star Trek writer Bryan Fuller's Showtime series Dead Like Me earned seven nominations, while former Trek producer Ron Moore's Carnivale, on HBO, earned four. Moore's revival of Battlestar Galactica for Sci-Fi earned three nominations as well. Although Showtime's remake of The Lion In Winter which starred Patrick Stewart garnered six nominations, including one for former Star Trek producer Wendy Neuss and another for Stewart's co-star Glenn Close, Stewart himself was shut out of the nominations by such actors as Antonio Banderas, Al Pacino, James Brolin, Alan Rickman and Mos Def.

The complete list of Emmy nominations is available for download at The Academy of Television Arts and Sciences.

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