On Tuesday, NBC tallied 47 Emmy Awards nominations, the most of any traditional broadcast network for the 72nd annual show. Nominated series included The Good Place, SNL, The Voice, This is Us, The Golden Globes and Will and Grace. Two of NBC’s noms, Ted Danson and first-time nominee, D’Arcy Carden of The Good Place reacted to their nominations.
Danson, who received his 14th Emmy nomination for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy and his third for TGP. had this to say, “Thank you so much for this nomination. I will forever cherish my time spent on “The Good Place” with my brilliant castmates and our fearless leader, Mike Schur. I love any excuse to talk about ‘The Good Place,’ and am so very grateful for this opportunity.”
His co-star D’Arcy Carden, who was nominated for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series, shared this with Reel 360, “I’m so honored to be recognized by the Television Academy, especially for this show that I love so much. Thank you endlessly to Mike Schur for creating a show that my castmates and I were so proud to be a part of. Congratulations to the whole Good Place family.”
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She also tweeted out the news:
Hosted by Jimmy Kimmel and produced by Reginald Hudlin, the show will be broadcast, SUNDAY, SEPT. 20 (8:00-11:00 p.m. EDT/5:00-8:00 p.m. PDT), on ABC.
The 2020 Creative Arts Awards will air on FXX on Saturday, September 19 at 8:00 p.m. EDT/PD