Altogether, 463 nominations were announced. HBO was the most recognized with 86 bids, followed by ABC with 70, NBC with 69, CBS with 44, Fox with 28, and PBS with 24.
Nominees as top actors in a miniseries or movie included Jim Broadbent for “Longford,” Robert Duvall for “Broken Trail,” William H. Macy for “Nightmares & Dreamscapes: From the Stories of Stephen King (Umney’s Last Case),” Matthew Perry for “The Ron Clark Story” and Tom Selleck for “Jesse Stone: Sea Change.”
Lead actresses nominated in that category were Queen Latifah for “Life Support,” Debra Messing for “The Starter Wife,” Helen Mirren for “Prime Suspect: The Final Act,” Gina Rowlands for “What If God Were the Sun?” and “Weeds” star Miss Parker for “The Robber Bride.”
The three-hour Emmy Awards ceremony will be broadcast Sept. 16 by Fox from the Shrine Auditorium.
A complete list of all nominees is available at www.emmys.org
Associated Press writer Solvej Schou contributed to this report.
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