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HBO’s Watchmen took the top spot for program nominations with 26 followed by The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel (20), Ozark (18), Succession (18), The Mandalorian (15), Schitt's Creek (15), Saturday Night Live (15) and The Crown (13).
Netflix lead the nominations in totals by platform with 160, setting a record previously held by HBO with 137 nominations in 2019. HBO had the second-most nominations with 107, and rounding out the top five were NBC with 47, ABC with 36 and FX with 33.
“Despite the unprecedented challenges facing the entertainment industry, it has been an extraordinary year for television,” said Television Academy Chairman and CEO Frank Scherma. “Television has inspired, united and comforted a global audience this season. We are honored to be recognizing so many of the talented programs, producers, directors and craftspeople behind the remarkable storytelling that has brought us together while we remain apart.”
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AMC Theatres Planning to Reopen U.S. Theatres in August
- 7/23/2020 9 AM ET - AMC now planning to resume operations at its U.S. move theatres in mid-to-late August
Approximately one-third of AMC's international cinemas are already open in Europe and the Middle East
LEAWOOD, Kan.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- AMC Theatres (NYSE:AMC, "AMC" or the "Company"), the largest theatrical exhibition company in the United States, in Europe & the Middle East, and the world, today announced it is currently planning to reopen its U.S. movie theatres in mid to late August. This new timing reflects currently expected release dates for much anticipated blockbusters like Warner Bros.' TENET and Disney's MULAN, as well as release dates for several other new movies coming to AMC's big screens. Looking abroad, approximately one-third of all AMC cinemas in Europe and the Middle East are already open and are operating normally. visit www.amctheatres.com.
Top Gun and A Quiet Place Sequels Delayed Again (The Verge) “Mulan” Release Postponed Indefinitely Amid Coronavirus Spike (Variety) “Unhinged” Now Looking at August; Now Specific Date Yet (Deadline) From Screendollars, The Screendollars Newsletter is delivered each week to over 35,000 professionals in exhibition and film industry....The dominoes began to fall swiftly after Warner Bros. announced that it was postponing the much-anticipated release on 8/12 of their blockbuster thriller Tenet. Disney followed by announcing that they were “pausing their release plans” for Mulan, which had been scheduled to open in theatres on 8/21. Paramount announced that they were pushing their upcoming releases of A Quiet Place Part 2 and Top Gun: Maverick into 2021. Major exhibitors followed suit by announcing that their theatre re-openings would shift back from late July to “mid to late” August.
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