It’s Emmy Time!

Published September 10th, 2000 - 02:00 GMT

The Emmys are on for September 11th and for all those who wait patiently every year to find out if Friends or Ally McBeal will win again, well here’s your chance. 

Unfortunately, for those of us who live in the Middle East, the show will have to be viewed sometime in the wee hours of the morning (say 2 or 3 am!), or the next day’s showing. 

Orbit (eers) can watch the Emmys on the Hollywood Channel on September 11, 12 GMT. 

Following is the full list of nominees: 

 

Outstanding Drama Series 

ER 

Law & Order 

The Practice 

The Sopranos 

The West Wing 


 

Outstanding Comedy Series 

Everybody Loves Raymond 

Frasier 

Friends 

Sex and the City 

Will & Grace 


 

Outstanding Variety, Music or Comedy Series 

The Chris Rock Show 

Dennis Miller Live 

Late Show With David Letterman 

Politically Incorrect 

The Tonight Show With Jay leno 


 

Outstanding Variety, Music or Comedy Special 

72nd Annual Academy Awards 

Chris Rock: Bigger and Blacker 

Cirque Du Soleil-Quidam 

Eddie Izzard : Dress To Kill 

Saturday Night Live: 25th Anniversary Special 


 

Outstanding Miniseries 

Arabian Nights 

The Beach Boys: An American Family 

The Corner 

Jesus 

P.T Barnum 


 

Outstanding Made for Television Movie 

Annie 

If These Walls Could Talk 2 

Inroducing Dorothy Dandrige 

Tuesdays With Morrie 

RKO 281 


 

Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series 

Michael J. Fox – Spin City 

Kelsey Grammer – Frasier 

John Lithgow – 3rd Rock From the Sun 

Eric McCormack – Will & Grace 

Ray Romano – Everybody Loves Raymond 


 

Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series 

Jenna Elfman – Dharma & Greg 

Patricia Heaton – Everybody Loves Raymond 

Jane Kaczmarek – Malcolm In The Middle 

Debra Messing – Will & Grace 

Sarah Jessica Parker – Sex and the City 


 

Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series 

Dennis Franz – NYPD Blue 

James Gandolfini – The Sopranos 

Jerry Orback – Law & Order 

Martin Sheen – The West Wing 

Sam Waterson – Law & Order 


 

Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series 

Lorraine Bracco – The Sopranos 

Amy Brenneman – Judging Amy 

Edie Falco – The Sopranos 

Julianna Margulies – ER 

Sela Ward – Once and Again 


 

Outstanding Lead Actor in a Miniseries or Movie 

Beau Bridges – P.T Barnum 

Brain Dennehy – Arthur Miller’s Death Of A Salesman 

Jack Lemmon – Tuesdays With Morrie 

William H. Macy – A Slight Case Of Murder 

Live Schreiber – RKO 281 


 

Outstanding Lead Actress in a Miniseries or Movie 

Halle Berry – Introducing Dorothy Dandridge 

Judy Davis – A Cooler Climate 

Sally Field – A Cooler Climate 

Holly Hunter – Harlan County War 

Gena Rowlands – The Color Of Love: Jacey’s Story 


 

Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series 

Peter Boyle – Everybody Loves Raymond 

Brad Garrett – Everybody Loves Raymond 

Sean Hayes – Will & Grace 

Peter MacNicol – Ally McBeal 

David Hyde Pierce – Frasier 


 

Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series 

Jennifer Aniston – Friends 

Kim Cattrall – Sex And The City 

Lisa Kudrow – Friends 

Megan Mullally – Will & Grace 

Doris Roberts – Everybody Loves Raymond 


 

Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series 

Michael Badalucco – The Practice 

Dominic Chianese – The Sopranos 

Steve Harris – The Practice 

Richard Schiff – The West Wing 

John Spencer – The West Wing 


 

Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series 

Stockard Channing – The West Wing 

Tyne Daly – Judging Amy 

Allison Janney – The West Wing 

Nancy Marchand – The Sopranos 

Holland Taylor – The Practice 


 

Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Miniseries or Movie 

Hank Azaria – Tuesdays With Morrie 

Klaus Maria Brandauer – Introducing Dorothy Dandridge 

James Cromwell – RKO 281 

Danny Glover – Freedom Song 

John Malkovich – RKO281 


 

Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Miniseries or Movie 

Kathy Bates – Annie 

Elizabeth Franz – Arthur Miller’s Death of a Salesman 

Melanie Griffith – RKO 281 

Vanessa Redgrave – If These Walls Could Talk 2 

Maggie Smith – David Copperfield 


 

Outstanding Directing for a Comedy Series 

Ally McBeal – Bill D’Elia 

Everybody Loves Raymond – Will MacKenzie 

Friends – Michael Lembeck 

Malcolm in the Middle – Todd Holland 

Sports Night – Thomas Schlamme 

Will & Grace – James Burrows 


 

Outstanding Directing for a Drama Series 

ER – Jonathan Kaplan 

ER – John Wells 

The Sopranos – John Patterson 

The Sopranos – Allen Coulter 

The West Wing – Thomas Schlamme 


 

Outstanding Directing for a Variety or Music Program 

72nd Annual Academy Awards – Louis J. Horvitz 

Chris Rock: Bigger And Blacker – Keith Truesdell 

The Gershwins’ “Crazy For You” – Matthew Diamond 

Late Show With David Letterman – Jerry Foley 

Saturday Night Live: The 25th Anniversary Special – Beth McCarthy Miller 

The Tonight Show With Jay Leno – Ellen Brown 


 

Outstanding Directing for a Miniseries or Movie 

Annie – Rob Marshall 

The Corner – Charles S. Dutton 

Fail Safe – Martin A. Pasetta Jr., Stephen Frears 

Introducing Dorothy Dandridge – Martha Coolidge 

RKO 281 – Benjamin Ross 


 

Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series 

Everybody Loves Raymond – Bad Moon Rising 

Frasier – Something Borrowed, Someone Blue 

Freaks And Geeks – Pilot 

Malcolm In The Middle – Pilot 

Sex And The City – Evolution 

Sex And The City – Ex In The City 


 

Outstanding Writing for a Drama Series 

Buffy The Vampire Slayer – Hush 

The Sopranos – Funhouse 

The Sopranos The Knight In White Satin Armor 

The West Wing – In Excelsis Deo 

The West Wing – Pilot 


 

Outstanding Writing for a Variety or Music Program 

Chris Rock: Bigger And Blacker 

The Chris Rock Show 

Eddie Izzard: Dress To Kill 

Late Night With Conan O’Brien 

Late Show With David Letterman 


 

Outstanding Writing for a Miniseries or Movie 

Cheaters 

The Corner 

Homicide: The Movie 

If These Walls Could Talk 2 

RKO 281 


 

Good Luck to all your favorites-Albawaba.com. 

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