Voyager Loses In All Emmy Categories

By Christian
August 27, 2000 - 10:49 PM

About a month ago, when Academy of Television Arts & Sciences announced the list of nominations for this year's Emmy awards, Voyager's prospects were looking very well. With over seven nominations, including two for the 'Special Visual Effects' category, the show was the genre show with the most nominations. Sadly, now that the Academy has announced the winners in teh Creative Arts categories, it turns out Voyager lost out in all six of the categories in which it was nominated, as you can see in the list below:

  • 'Outstanding Costumes for a Series'
    'Muse' lost to the Providence episode 'Syd in Wonderland'

  • 'Outstanding Hairstyling for a Series'
    'Dragon's Teeth' lost to 'Saturday Night Live' host Alan Cumming.

  • 'Outstanding Makeup for a Series'
    'Ashes to Ashes' lost to the X-Files episode 'Theef'.

  • 'Outstanding Music Composition for a Series'
    'Spirit Folk' lost the Xena episode 'Fallen Angel'

  • 'Outstanding Sound Editing for a Series'
    'Equinox, Part Two' lost to the Third Watch episode 'Welcome to Camelot'

  • 'Outstanding Special Visual Effects for a Series'
    'Life Line' (which many fans expected to be the eventual winner) and 'The Haunting of Deck Twelve' lost to the X-Files episode 'First Person Shooter'
A full list of the actual Trek production staff members who were nominated for these Emmys can be found in this news article at the official Star Trek site from a few months ago. Hopefully they'll have more luck next year.

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