Tuesday, March 21, 2023

Contenders Television: The Nominees Ready For Day 2

Deadline’s two-day Contenders Television: The Nominees continues Sunday morning, with the second half of our award-season gala presentations that total 34 shows and 117 speakers from 16 networks and studios. The panels highlighting this year’s Emmy-nominated shows launched Saturday with a focus on comedies, documentaries, reality and specials (read our print coverage here). Today, the lineup pivots to spotlight dramas, limited series and movies, with things getting underway at 9 a.m. PT.

To watch today’s Contenders livestream, click here.

Yes, our well-established event is virtual again due to the ongoing pandemic, but the range of the participants and projects is a powerful testament to the breadth and depth of the best of TV in 2021.

In fact, Emmy history has already been made this year. Mj Rodriguez’s nomination for Pose marks the first lead acting nod for a trans performer. Bowen Yang has become the first Chinese-American man to be nominated for Supporting Actor for his work on Saturday Night Live. And Rosie Perez is only the third Latina nominated for Supporting Actress for The Flight Attendant. All are part of Contenders this year, with Pose‘s panel set for early this afternoon.

The reality is even though we are still not all together as we have been at past Contenders, in many ways, this weekend’s conversations and the presentations are perhaps more up close and personal than ever before. As the ever-evolving medium has expanded with more platforms, the potency and necessity of narrative has been an essential part of what has linked us together over the last year and a half. Be it comedy, drama, limited series, documentary, reality shows, late-night and more, right now TV is the room where it happens, to quote Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Hamilton—what happened to be our final panel in Saturday’s Contenders lineup.

When it comes to what’s happening, part of what we do at Deadline is break industry news. But equally important to us is to give context to what is going on — not just with the who but also the why. Led by the big-picture perspective of Deadline’s Co-Editor-in-Chief, TV Nellie Andreeva, that stance will be on display more than ever this weekend.

Joined by talent from all across the globe, Contenders Television: The Nominees hopes to provide TV Academy voters with a carefully curated vantage point from which to make ballot decisions. Our lineup couldn’t be stronger. If you’ve enjoyed our Contenders events in the past, online or off, you ain’t seen nothing yet.

So click on the link above to join the livestream, and follow along with Sunday’s full schedule of panels and participants below, as well as on social media at #DeadlineContenders.

Sunday schedule (all times PT)

9 a.m. – Show begins


9:03-9:20 a.m. – Mare of Easttown

Kate Winslet (EP/Actor)
Brad Inglesby (EP/Writer)
Craig Zobel (EP/Director)

9:20-9:33 a.m. – The Undoing

Hugh Grant (Actor)
Lester Cohen (Production Designer)

9:33-9:48 a.m. – Perry Mason

Matthew Rhys (Actor)
John Lithgow (Actor)
John P. Goldsmith (Production Designer)
David Franco (Cinematographer)

9:48-10:03 a.m. – In Treatment

Uzo Aduba (Actor)


10:03-10:19 a.m. – Genius: Aretha

Cynthia Erivo (Actor)


10:19-10:34 a.m. – The Crown

Ben Caron (Director)
Gillian Anderson (Actor)
Josh O’Connor (Actor)
Martin Phipps (Composer)

10:34-10:48 a.m. – The Queen’s Gambit

Bill Horberg (EP)
Moses Ingram (Actor)
Thomas Brodie-Sangster (Actor)
Carlos Rafael Rivera (Composer)
Ellen Lewis (Casting Director)


10:49-11:05 a.m. – Dolly Parton’s Christmas on the Square

Dolly Parton (EP/Actor/Music & Lyrics)
Debbie Allen (EP/Director/Choreographer)

11:06-11:16 a.m. – MORNING BREAK


11:17-11:34 a.m. – The Handmaid’s Tale

Bruce Miller (Creator/EP)
Liz Garbus (Director)
Yahlin Chang (EP/Writer)


11:34 a.m.-12:04 p.m. – Robin Roberts Presents: Mahalia

Robin Roberts (EP)
Danielle Brooks (Co-EP/Actor)


12:04– 12:19 p.m. – Yellowstone

Cary White (Production Designer)
Carla Curry (Set Decorator)
Yvonne Boudreaux (Supervising Art Director)


12:19-12:50 p.m. – Pose

Steven Canals (Co-Creator/EP/Writer/Director)
Billy Porter (Performer)

12:52-1:22 p.m. – LUNCH BREAK


1:23-1:38 p.m. – The Boys

Eric Kripke (Showrunner/EP/Writer)
Rebecca Sonnenshine (EP/Writer)

1:38-1:53 p.m. – Uncle Frank

Alan Ball (Writer/Director/Producer)
Paul Bettany (Actor)

1:53-2:10 p.m. – Sylvie’s Love

Eugene Ashe (Writer/Director/Producer)
Tessa Thompson (EP/Actor)
Nnamdi Asomugha (Producer/Actor)

2:10-2:25 p.m. – The Underground Railroad

Barry Jenkins (Director/Showrunner)
Nicholas Britell (Composer)


2:25-2:41 p.m. – WandaVision

Jac Schaeffer (Creator/EP/Writer)
Matt Shakman (EP/Director)
Elizabeth Olsen (Actor)
Kathryn Hahn (Actor)
Paul Bettany (Actor)


2:41-3:11 p.m. – This Is Us

Dan Fogelman (Creator/EP)
Sterling K. Brown (Actor)
Chris Sullivan (Actor)
Siddhartha Khosla (Composer – Special Performance)


Saturday, August 14 schedule (all times PT)

9 a.m. – Show begins


9:04-9:21 a.m. – Shark Tank

Clay Newbill (EP)
Yun Lingner (EP)
Daymond John (EP/Shark Investor)
Lori Greiner (EP/Shark Investor)

9:21-9:35 a.m. – Cobra Kai

Josh Heald (EP)
Jon Hurwitz (EP)
Ralph Macchio (Co-EP/Actor)
William Zabka (Co-EP/Actor)


9:36-9:52 a.m. – Secrets of the Whales

James Cameron (EP)
Sigourney Weaver (Narrator)
Brian Skerry (Producer)


9:52-10:23 a.m. – Saturday Night Live

Kenan Thompson (Cast Member)
Bowen Yang (Cast Member)


10:23-10:39 a.m. – The Daily Show with Trevor Noah

Dan Amira (Producer/Head Writer)
Max Browning (Supervising Producer)
Dulcé Sloan (Correspondent)
Elise Terrell (Supervising Producer)

10:39-10:52 a.m. – RuPaul’s Drag Race

Michelle Visage (Producer/Judge)
Mandy Salangsang (EP, Drag Race)
Michele Mills (EP, Drag Race)
Zoe Jackson (Co-EP, Drag Race)
San Heng (Showrunner/EP, Drag Race Untucked)

10:52-11:02 a.m. – MORNING BREAK


11:03-11:34 a.m. – Hacks

Jean Smart (Actor)
Hannah Einbinder (Actor)
Carl Clemons-Hopkins (Actor)


11:34-11:49 a.m. – Pen15

Anna Konkle (Creator/EP/Actor)


11:49 a.m.-12:04 p.m. – Boys State

Jesse Moss (Director/Producer)
Steven Garza (Subject)

12:04-12:20 p.m. – Billie Eilish: The World’s a Little Blurry

Aron Forbes (Music Director/Music Mixer)
Richard Yawn (Supervising Sound Editor)


12:20-12:26 p.m. – Ted Lasso

Brendan Hunt (Co-Creator/EP/Writer/Actor)
Brett Goldstein (Writer/Actor)
Hannah Waddingham (Actor)

12:37-1:07 p.m. –  LUNCH BREAK


1:08-1:37 p.m. – Framing Britney Spears

Mary Robertson (Showrunner/EP)
Samantha Stark (Director/Producer)
Liz Day (Supervising Producer)


1:37-1:53 p.m. –  The Flight Attendant

Kaley Cuoco (EP/Actor)
Rosie Perez (Actor)
Steve Yockey (Showrunner/EP)
Susanna Fogel (Director)

1:53-2:07 p.m. – Friends: The Reunion

Ben Winston (EP/Director)
Kevin Bright (EP)
Marta Kauffman (EP)
David Crane (EP)

2:07-2:21 p.m. – A West Wing Special to Benefit When We Vote

Aaron Sorkin (EP/Writer)
Thomas Schlamme (Director/EP)
Bradley Whitford (Actor)
Sterling K. Brown (Actor)


2:22-2:40 p.m. – Hamilton

Phillipa Soo (Actor)
Renee Elise Goldsberry (Actor)
Daveed Diggs (Actor)
Leslie Odom Jr. (Actor)


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