Stage 13 / Netflix Shows Grab Five Emmy® Nominations!

July 17, 2019

The 71st Emmy® Award Nominations were announced July 16th by the Television Academy. “Special” and “It’s Bruno” were both nominated in several categories as per below.

Outstanding Actor In A Short Form Comedy Or Drama Series

Ryan O’Connell as Ryan
Special • Netflix • Stage 13 and That’s Wonderful Productions

Outstanding Actress In A Short Form Comedy Or Drama Series

Jessica Hecht as Karen
Special • Netflix • Stage 13 and That’s Wonderful Productions

Punam Patel as Kim
Special • Netflix • Stage 13 and That’s Wonderful Productions

Outstanding Short Form Comedy Or Drama Series

It’s Bruno!
Netflix • Stage 13 and Phiphen Pictures

  • Solvan “Slick” Naim, Executive Producer
  • Molly Conners, Producer
  • Amanda Bowers, Producer
  • Vincent Morano, Producer

Special
Netflix • Stage 13 and That’s Wonderful Productions

  • Jim Parsons, Executive Producer
  • Todd Spiewak, Executive Producer
  • Eric Norsoph, Executive Producer
  • Ryan O’Connell, Executive Producer
  • Anna Dokoza, Executive Producer

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