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2007 Cancelled Shows: Emmy Award Winners

John Goodman guests on Studio 60 on the Sunset StripIt seems to be an Emmy tradition to reward TV shows that are no longer on the air. Bob Newhart makes a joke of the fact that his 1961 variety show lasted one season and earned a Peabody Award, an Emmy and a pinkslip from NBC.

Here’s the list of 2007 Emmy Award winners who won’t be back next year.

Deadwood (HBO)
Outstanding Makeup for a Series (Non-Prosthetic)
Episode: I Am Not The Fine Man You Take Me For
John Rizzo, Department Head Makeup Artist
Ron Snyder, Assistant Department Head Makeup Artist
Bob Scribner, Key Makeup Artist
Jim Scribner, Additional Makeup Artist

Rome (HBO)
Outstanding Hairstyling for a Series
Episode: De Patre Vostro (About Your Father)
Aldo Signoretti, Department Head Hairstylist
Stefano Ceccarelli, Key Hairstylist
Claudia Catini, Additional Hairstylist
Michele Vigliotta, Additional Hairstylist

Rome (HBO)
Outstanding Art Direction for a Single-Camera Series
Episode: Heroes of the Republic, Philippi, Deus Impeditio Esuritori Nullus
Joseph Bennett, Production Designer
Anthony Pratt, Production Designer
Carlo Serafini, Art Director
Cristina Onori, Set Decorator

Rome (HBO)
Outstanding Cinematography for a Single-Camera Series
Episode: Passover
Alik Sakharov, A.S.C., Director of Photography

The Sopranos (HBO)
Outstanding Drama Series
David Chase, Executive Producer
Brad Grey, Executive Producer
Ilene S. Landress, Executive Producer
Terence Winter, Executive Producer
Matthew Weiner, Executive Producer
Henry J. Bronchtein, Co Executive Producer
Diane Frolov, Supervising Producer
Andrew Schneider, Supervising Producer
Martin Bruestle, Producer
Gianna Maria Smart, Producer

The Sopranos (HBO)
Outstanding Writing for a Drama series
Episode: Made in America
David Chase

The Sopranos (HBO)
Outstanding Directing for a Drama series
Episode: Kennedy and Heidi
Alan Taylor

Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip (NBC)
Outstanding Guest Actor in a Drama Series
Episodes: Nevada Day (parts one and two)
John Goodman as Judge Robert Bebe

 

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dkmw September 17, 2007 at 5:03 pm

Studio 60 was a series I hold second to MASH. These are the only two series I have ever purchased and continue to watch multiple times. I guess the descriptions of the networks’ shortcomings addressed in this series were very descriptive of NBC. As a result, cable will continue to attract intelligent audiences. What is humorous is until Studio 60, I did not even have NBC programed into my remote. Now, I have deleted it again as it has been so many years since I have watched anything from this network on a regular basis. I wish Studio 60 would resurrect on a cable network which could give it new life to continue the good writing and characters a viewer can get to know and care about. Thank you Studio 60 for for a breath of fresh air, no matter how short it was.

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