Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross now have an Emmy so as to add to their Oscar and Grammy awards, having received Thursday evening for his or her rating for HBO’s “Watchmen.”
The Reznor-Ross crew had been beforehand honored with an Academy Award for “The Social Network” and a Grammy for his or her rating for “The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo.” (They are only a Tony Award away from EGOT standing, the last word show-biz crown.)
Accepting remotely — as did all of this week’s Emmy winners — Reznor mentioned: “We’re very proud to be concerned with a show that’s related, good and daring. We had been modified and affected by engaged on this, and it’s nice to see it resonate with the world at massive.” He thanked creator Damon Lindelof for “offering us such a broad canvas to color on.”
Six of the seven Emmy music classes had been awarded over the primary 4 Creative Arts Emmy installments this week. Also profitable Thursday evening was British singer-songwriter Labrinth, who was honored for his music “All for Us,” showcased in within the finale of HBO’s “Euphoria,” sung by Zendaya together with an enormous choir and drumline.
For the third consecutive 12 months, “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” received within the music supervision class. Music supervisor Robin Urdang shared the award with collection creator Amy Sherman-Palladino and producer Daniel Palladino, as she has every year.
“Maisel” has now received three of the 4 Emmys given within the class, which is barely 4 years previous. This 12 months’s award was for the fifth episode of the third season, which provided interval Sixties tunes for Lenny Bruce on Miami TV and new character Shy Baldwin as a Motown-style performer for whom comic Midge (Rachel Brosnahan) opens.
Composer Nathan Barr received his first Emmy within the main-title theme class for “Hollywood,” Ryan Murphy’s Netflix collection about post-World War II wannabes within the film enterprise. He was nominated for 2 different Emmys this 12 months, together with one other in the identical class (“Carnival Row”) and for a rating within the “Hollywood” collection.
Earlier this week, composer Laura Karpman received her first prime-time Emmy within the documentary rating class for “Why We Hate,” a six-part Discovery Channel collection about hatred across the globe. Karpman has 4 earlier News and Documentary Emmys for her scoring for the PBS collection “The Living Edens.”
Rickey Minor landed his second Emmy for music path on “The Kennedy Center Honors.” He received in 2017 for his music path on “Taking the Stage: African American Music and Stories That Changed America.” This was solely the second Emmy for music path that the distinguished Washington awards ceremony has received because the annual show started in 1978.
Five composers and a music producer who died through the previous 12 months had been remembered through the “In Memoriam” phase: composers Billy Goldenberg (“Kojak”), Johnny Mandel (“M*A*S*H”), Ennio Morricone (“Marco Polo”), Lennie Niehaus (“Lush Life”) and Christopher Klatman (“Bodies of Evidence”), together with producer Hal Willner (“Saturday Night Live”).
The last music class, Music Composition for a Series, can be awarded throughout Saturday evening’s Creative Arts Awards on the FXX community.