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‘Six Feet Under’ Leads Emmy Nominations
LOS ANGELES – The funeral home drama “Six Feet Under” received a leading 16 Emmy nominations Thursday, followed by three-time best drama winner “The West Wing” with 15.
“The Sopranos,” back in contention after missing out on last year’s awards because it didn’t air during the eligibility period, received 13 nominations, along with the comedies “Everybody Loves Raymond” and “Sex and the City.”
“Law & Order” missed out on setting a record, failing to receive the best drama series nomination that would have given it 12 consecutive best series nominations. It’s tied for the record with “Cheers” and “M-A-S-H.”
Besides a best drama series bid, “Six Feet Under” also earned nominations for cast members Frances Conroy as best actress and Peter Krause as best actor.
Other contenders for best drama series are “The Sopranos,” “The West Wing,” “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation” and “24.”
Nominees for best comedy series are “Everybody Loves Raymond,” “Sex and the City,” “Curb Your Enthusiasm,” “Will & Grace” and last year’s winner, “Friends.”
Jennifer Aniston, winner of last year’s best comedy series actress award, received another nomination in the category this year. Her competition includes Patricia Heaton of “Everybody Loves Raymond,” Jane Kaczmarek of “Malcom in the Middle,” Debra Messing of “Will & Grace” and Sarah Jessica Parker of “Sex and the City.”
Another member of the “Friends” cast, Matt LeBlanc, will be up again for the best comedy series trophy he missed out on last year. Other nominees are Larry David of “Curb Your Enthusiasm,” Bernie Mac of “The Bernie Mac Show,” Eric McCormack of “Will & Grace” and last year’s winner, Ray Romano of “Everybody Loves Raymond.”
Other actresses nominated in the drama series category are Edie Falco of “The Sopranos,” Jennifer Garner of “Alias,” Marg Helgenberger of “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation” and Allison Janney of “The West Wing,” who took home the trophy last year.
In addition to Krause, a drama series acting bid went to last year’s surprise winner, Michael Chiklis of “The Shield,” who received the first such honor for a basic cable show. Other nominees are James Gandolfini of “The Sopranos,” Martin Sheen of “The West Wing” and Kiefer Sutherland of “24.”
The Emmy Awards are the U.S. television industry’s top honors, and the 55th annual broadcast of the awards program will air from Los Angeles on Sept. 21 on the Fox broadcast network.