Carpool Karaoke (2017– )
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Hisham Abed – Best Directing (Reality), “Queer Eye”
Marco Beltrami – Best Score (Documentary), “Free Solo”
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RuPaul Charles – Best Reality Host,
It was a contest between specials starring Springsteen, Paul McCartney and Beyonce in various categories, but only Beyonce’s “Homecoming” went home completely empty-handed among the three. “Carpool Karaoke: When Corden Met McCartney Live From Liverpool” picked up the award for variety special (pre-recorded), as Emmy voters decided to share the love between the Springsteen and McCartney showcases.
On the scoring side, the Emmys congratulated one returning powerhouse composer — Ramin Djawadi, winning for the second year in a row for his “Game of Thrones” series work
These awards were handed out Saturday and Sunday at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles.
Fxx will actually air a presentation of these awards on Saturday, September 21 at 8/7c -- a whole day before the official awards show.
Over the weekend, several shows scored wins, including Game of Thrones, Chernobyl, and RuPaul's Drag Race.
Lets run down the winners.
Outstanding Cinematography For A Reality Program
Life Below Zero (Nat Geo)
Outstanding Cinematography For A Nonfiction Program
Free Solo (Nat Geo)
Outstanding Unstructured Reality Program
United Shades of America With W. Kamau Bell (CNN)
Outstanding Host For A Reality Or Competition Program
RuPaul, RuPaul’s Drag Race (VH1)
Outstanding Lighting Design/Lighting Direction For A Variety Series
Saturday Night Live (NBC)
Outstanding Lighting Design/Lighting Direction
Leaving Neverland, HBO’s two-part documentary detailing two men’s sexual abuse allegations against Michael Jackson, won the Emmy for Outstanding Documentary or Nonfiction Series, defeating nominees that included Netflix’s Fyre Festival documentary.
“This has been quite a journey for this doc. It began with an obscure reference in a web page to two young men I’d never heard of before,
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RuPaul Charles (“RuPaul’s Drag Race”) — Best Host for a Reality or Competition Program (also watch above)
James Corden (“Carpool Karaoke: When Corden Met McCartney Live From Liverpool”) — Best Variety Special (Pre-Recorded)
Dan Reed (“Leaving Neverland”) — Best Documentary
Recognizing remarkable creative and technical achievements in television, the Creative Arts Emmys are being handed out Saturday and Sunday at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles. The full presentation will then air Saturday, Sept. 21 at 8/7c on Fxx.
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“Free Solo,” the National Geographic feature documentary that already claimed the Oscar earlier this year, lead the field on the night largely devoted to unscripted programming with seven big wins. On Sunday, the remaining Creative Arts Emmys will be handed out for shows largely in the scripted genre.
RuPaul earned his fourth consecutive trophy as reality host for his work out front on VH1’s “RuPaul’s Drag Race.” Netflix’s “Queer Eye” nabbed four wins, including its second consecutive trophy for structured reality program. “The Simpsons” added more hardware to its trophy case with the win for animated program. And the late Anthony Bourdain earned two more Emmys for his CNN series “Parts Unknown,
“Live in Front of a Studio Audience: Norman Lear’s ‘All in the Family’ and ‘The Jeffersons'” won the award for live variety special, making the 97-year-old Lear the oldest winner in Emmy history.
In a ceremony devoted largely to nonfiction and reality television, the big winner was “Free Solo,” the NatGeo rock-climbing documentary that won an Oscar in February but also qualified for the Emmys. The film by Elizabeth Chai Vasarhelyi and Jimmy Chin won seven awards, taking home Emmys for its directing, cinematography, sound mixing, sound editing, picture editing, musical score and creative achievement in interactive media.
“Queer Eye” won the Emmy for Outstanding Structured Reality program,
Ask even casually, and artisans at just about every stage of production will stop to acknowledge their crew, co-workers and the departments whose work intertwines with their own. For double Emmy-nommed sound editor Mandell Winter, the producers, director and film editor are his closest collaborators. He works with them to get a careful understanding of what sounds are needed for a project. He also talks with other sound editors to ensure whatever they need makes it to the mixing stage and is part of the overall editorial process, making adjustments as needed.
“It’s really important to have an understanding of how long it takes to do certain things,
Chance was the first to troll Cardi, quote-retweeting a post that made fun of her driving skills after a teaser for her upcoming show "Rhythm + Flow" made its way online.
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"(Chance the Rapper) is holding on for his life," wrote a user along with a photograph of the "Bodak Yellow" rapper driving a golf cart, while Chance and T.I. sat on the passenger seats.
Commenting on the post, the Chance the Rapper wrote: "She can't drive," adding a couple of face with head-bandage emojis.
Cardi replied: "But did you die?"
Finding the whole conversation funny, T.I. shared a screenshot of it on his Instagram account and captioned it: "My face says it all!"
Cardi has been open about her inability to drive in several interviews.
“Wow! You just never expect…like institutions are not really listening. So that’s kind of incredible, isn’t it?” Gadbsy said during a recent phone interview after learning of her influence on MoMA’s reasoning for the first time. “I’m a bit blown away.
Either way, at 112 minutes, “Technoboss” is probably too much of a weird thing. — which began with a surprising slot in Locarno’s main competition. Less brazen programmers may find room for it in more experimental,
The primetime special “Carpool Karaoke: When Corden Met McCartney, Live From Liverpool” is a contender in five Emmy categories this year, including variety special (prerecorded), plus directing, writing, editing and sound mixing for a variety special. That’s hardly the only impressive stat Corden can claim, though. The late-night host himself is up for seven Emmys, the most for any on-air performer this year, and five of those nods are directly associated with the “Carpool Karaoke” franchise.
“You’ve got to be really careful at times like this to not start to think you might be more of a dude than you really are,” admits the “Late Late Show” host, faced with the abundance of Emmy love.
Winston directed the special, which was a spin-off from “Late Late Show with James Corden”’s popular segment “Carpool Karaoke.” The segment has already spawned an Apple series and other prime-time specials. This year Winston is the most nominated individual at the Emmy Awards. He has eight nominations for his work on “The Late Late Show,” “When Corden Met McCartney,” “Carpool Karaoke
Corden first took over “The Late Late Show” in 2015 from Craig Ferguson who hosted the program from 2005 to 2014. Corden’s tenure has been well received and gained fame for his segments “Carpool Karaoke,” “Crosswalk the Musical,” and “Drop the Mic,” some of which have been turned into their own TV series.
“James Corden has burned his way to the top of American television with a daring, energetic and inventive broadcast that stands out in the late-night space,” said David Nevins, chief creative officer for CBS. “He is a host and performer whose considerable talents shine on every stage, and he has created a cutting-edge comedy factory with shows that have resonated across multiple platforms. James and his shows are a great source of pride to CBS,
The multi-talented Brit had been in advanced negotiations with the studio since May, and the new deal is sure to see him score a substantial bump in pay. The previous deal he inked when he came to the network from the U.K. in 2014 was set to expire at the end of the upcoming 2019-20 television season.
Corden’s salary under that previous deal was believed to have started in the $4 million-$5 million range, however, his pay has since climbed in accordance with the success of “The Late Late Show.”
2019 has been a stellar year for Corden, who recently received the most Emmy nominations for any individual performer this cycle with seven, including his fourth in a row for variety talk series. To date, Corden has seven Emmy statuettes to his name.
The first deal UK actor Corden signed with CBS was in 2014. He took over as host of Late Late Show, replacing Craig Ferguson, on March 23, 2016. Corden’s current contract is up in August 2020, paying the host a salary is said to be in the $4 million -$5 million range.
The Late Late Show has been a success with Corden at the helm, earning Emmy nominations for outstanding talk-variety show for the past four years.In addition to Corden scoring the most nominations for on-air talent at the 71st Emmy Awards (seven), Late Late Show executive producer Ben Winston leads all individual nominations with eight.
The most-nominated person at this year’s Emmys is writer, producer and director Ben Winston, with eight separate nominations. The second-most nominated is James Corden, with seven.
What does this teach us?
Well, since Winston happens to produce, write and direct James Corden’s shows, it teaches us that it’s good to be in proximity to Corden (or to be Corden).
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But there’s more to it than that, because Corden and Winston were each nominated for their work on “The Late Late Show With James Corden,” and for the interactive elements of “The Late Late Show,” and for the short-form series “Carpool Karaoke: The Series,” and for
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