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New York Post - - NEWS - MICHAEL STARR

Out­stand­ing drama se­ries “Bet­ter Call Saul” “The Crown” “The Hand­maid’s Tale” “House of Cards” “Stranger Things”

“This Is Us” Last sea­son’s break­out hit brought back the big, showy prime-i time melo­drama — with top-notch act­ing, writ­ing, hu­mor and hu­man­ity. “West­world” Out­stand­ing com­edy se­ries “At­lanta” It wowed fans and crit­ics alike. “Black-ish” “Mas­ter of None” “Mod­ern Fam­ily” “Sil­i­con Val­ley” “Un­break­able Kimmy Sch­midt” “Veep”

Lead ac­tress in drama se­ries

Vi­ola Davis, “How To Get Away With Mur­der”

Claire Foy (left), “The Crown” She hu­man­ized Queen El­iz­a­beth II while cap­tur­ing the joy, doubt and heart­break of her as­cen­sion. Elis­a­beth Moss, “The Hand­maid’s Tale” Keri Rus­sell, “The Amer­i­cans” Evan Rachel Wood, “West­world” Robin Wright, “House of Cards”

Lead ac­tor in drama se­ries Ster­ling K. Brown, “This Is Us” A pre­dictable choice, but he re­ally was that good. An­thony Hop­kins, “West­world” Bob Odenkirk,”Bet­ter Call Saul” Matthew Rhys, “The Amer­i­cans” Liev Schreiber, “Ray Dono­van” Kevin Spacey, “House of Cards” Milo Ven­timiglia, “This Is Us”

Lead ac­tress in com­edy se­ries Pamela Ad­lon, “Bet­ter Things” Jane Fonda, “Grace and Frankie” Allison Jan­ney, “Mom” El­lie Kem­per, “Un­break­able Kimmy Sch­midt” Ju­lia Louis-Drey­fus, “Veep” Tracee El­lis Ross, “Black-ish” The ac­tress pro­vides “Black-ish” with a nu­anced comic spark. Lily Tom­lin, “Grace and Frankie”

Lead ac­tor in com­edy se­ries An­thony An­der­son, “Black-ish” Aziz An­sari, “Mas­ter of None” Zach Gal­i­fi­anakis, “Bas­kets”

Don­ald Glover (right), “At­lanta” See Out­stand­ing com­edy se­ries. ’Nuff said.

Wil­liam H. Macy, “Shame­less”

Jeffrey Tam­bor, “Trans­par­ent”

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