Double the Laughs: Network Nabs Two of the Top Comedy/Musical Series Nominations

Get ready to dive into the exciting world of television awards and discover which network is dominating the comedy/musical category! In this article, we will explore the phenomenal cast and characters, take a peek behind the scenes of production, and break down the thrilling episodes of some of the most acclaimed series. As we delve into the release and reception of these shows, prepare to be amazed by the numerous wins received by both films and programs. And, of course, we cannot forget to reveal which network has not one, but two of the five series up for best TV comedy/musical. So, fasten your seatbelts and get ready for an exhilarating journey into the world of television triumphs!

Cast and Characters


Cast memberCharacter and role per season
Keegan-Michael KeyJosh Skinner
Cecily StrongMelissa Gimble
Fred ArmisenRev. Howard Layton
Dove CameronBetsy McDonoughJenny Banks
Jaime CamilDoc Jorge LopezSgt. Rivera
Kristin ChenowethMildred LaytonMiss Codwell
Alan CummingMayor Aloysius MenloveDooley Blight
Ariana DeBoseEmma TateEmcee
Ann HaradaFlorence MenloveMadam Frau
Jane KrakowskiCountess Von BlerkomBobby Flanagan
Martin ShortOscar the LeprechaunOscar and Stephen the Leprechauns
Aaron TveitDanny BaileyTopher
Titus BurgessThe Narrator
Patrick PageOctavius Kratt
  • Keegan-Michael Key as Josh Skinner, an orthopedic surgeon from New York City and Melissa's boyfriend, later husband[21]
  • Cecily Strong as Melissa Gimble, an OBGYN doctor from New York and Josh's girlfriend, later wife[21]
  • Fred Armisen as Reverend Howard Layton, long-suffering husband of Mildred and leader of the Methodist church in Schmigadoon[21][22] (season 1)
  • Dove Cameron as
    • Betsy McDonough, a waitress, one of Farmer McDonough's seven daughters,[21][22] inspired by Ado Annie from Oklahoma![18] (season 1)
    • Jenny Banks, a cabaret performer inspired by Liza Minnelli's portrayal of Sally Bowles in the film adaptation of Cabaret, combined with elements of Johanna from Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street[23][24] (season 2)
  • Jaime Camil as
    • Doc Jorge Lopez, a judgmental doctor, set in his ways, inspired by Captain von Trapp from The Sound of Music[25] (season 1)
    • Sergeant Rivera, Schmicago's chief of police, who is the nephew of Octavius Kratt and can be compared to Sweeney Todd's Beadle Bamford;[24] he later parodies Dr. Frank-N-Furter from The Rocky Horror Show[20] (season 2)
  • Kristin Chenoweth as
    • Mildred Layton, preacher's wife and the town's self-appointed moral arbiter, whose great-great-grandfather founded Schmigadoon,[21] based mainly on Mrs. Shinn from The Music Man[18] (season 1)
    • Miss Codwell, the owner of an orphanage, combining elements[24] of Mrs. Lovett from Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street[26] and Miss Hannigan from Annie[27] (season 2)
  • Alan Cumming as
    • Mayor Aloysius Menlove, the closeted gay mayor of Schmigadoon[21][22] (season 1)
    • Dooley Blight, a butcher and Jenny Banks' father; based on the title character of Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street[24][26] (season 2)
  • Ariana DeBose as
    • Emma Tate, Schmigadoon's schoolmarm, based on Marian Paroo from The Music Man[18] (season 1)
    • Emcee, Master of Ceremonies at the Kratt Klub, a send-up of the same character from Cabaret[28] (season 2)
  • Ann Harada as
    • Florence Menlove, the mayor's adoring but sexually frustrated wife[24] (season 1)
    • Madam Frau, who runs the Hotel Schmicago, a house of prostitution, and the Kratt Klubb; based partly on Fräulein Schneider from Cabaret[23][24] (season 2)
  • Jane Krakowski as
    • Countess Gabriele Von Blerkom, Doc Lopez's fiancée,[21][22] a rich, elegant woman, based on the Baroness from The Sound of Music[18] (season 1)
    • Bobby Flanagan, a lawyer, based on Billy Flynn from Chicago[23] and a nod to the female "Bobbie" in the 2018 and 2021 revivals of Company[28] (season 2)
  • Martin Short as Leprechaun, a magical imp based on Og from Finian's Rainbow;[29] Short appears as Leprechaun (Steve), and also his brother (Oscar), in season 2.[24]
  • Aaron Tveit as
    • Danny Bailey, the town's rapscallion, a carnival barker, based on Billy Bigelow from Carousel[29] (season 1)
    • Topher, leader of a tribe of hippies, combining elements of the leading characters from Pippin, Godspell, Jesus Christ Superstar and Hair[27][30] (season 2)
  • Tituss Burgess as the Narrator, inspired by The Leading Player from Pippin[24] (season 2)
  • Patrick Page as Octavius Kratt, the sinister owner of the Kratt Klubb and Schmicago's electric station, reminiscent of Judge Turpin from Sweeney Todd, Caiaphas in Jesus Christ Superstar and Page's previous villain roles, such as Hades in Hadestown[28][31] (season 2)


  • Liam Quiring-Nkindi as Carson, a boy with a lisp, who announces scene changes;[22] Emma says that Carson is her kid brother, but it turns out that he is her son.[32] He is based on Winthrop Paroo from The Music Man.[29] (season 1)[33]


Multiple seasons

  • Kevin McNulty as
    • Farmer McDonough, Betsy's violent father (season 1)
    • Father Flanagan (season 2)
  • Darcey Johnson as
    • Innkeeper Harvey (season 1)
    • Reporter (season 2)
  • Scott Patey as
    • Larry the Fireman (season 1)
    • Reporter (season 2)
  • Amitai Marmorstein as


    The series production was announced in January 2020, revealing that Cecily Strong would be both starring in and producing the show. The series order from Apple TV was close to being finalized. In October, several actors including Keegan-Michael Key, Alan Cumming, Fred Armisen, Kristin Chenoweth, Aaron Tveit, Dove Cameron, Ariana DeBose, Jaime Camil, Jane Krakowski, and Ann Harada were added to the cast.

    Barry Sonnenfeld directed and executive produced the season. Cecily Strong also served as a producer, while Ken Daurio was the consulting producer and writer. Lorne Michaels, on behalf of Broadway Video, and Andrew Singer also executive produced the show. The musical numbers were choreographed by Christopher Gattelli. The writers for the show's first season included Cinco Paul, Allison Silverman, Julie Klausner, Kate Gersten, and Bowen Yang. The writing for the first season took place in the summer of 2019. Originally planned as eight episodes, the season consisted of six episodes. The production designer for the series is Bo Welch. Filming for the first season took place in Vancouver from October 13 to December 10, 2020, during the COVID-19 pandemic.



    Season 1

    Cinco Paul wrote all of the original songs for the first season, while Christopher Willis composed the underscore. The soundtrack albums for the first season were released by Milan Records, with each album being released as each episode aired.

    No. Title Artist(s) Length
    1. "Schmigadoon!" Cast of Schmigadoon!, Alan Cumming, Kristin Chenoweth 4:12
    2. "You Can't Tame Me" Aaron Tveit 3:23
    3. "Corn Puddin'" Cecily Strong, Cast of Schmigadoon! 1:45
    4. "Leprechaun Song" Martin Short 0:42
    5. "Lovers' Spat" Cast of Schmigadoon!, Kristin Chenoweth 3:40
    6. "Somewhere Love Is Waiting for You" Alan Cumming 1:53
    7. "Enjoy the Ride (Part I)" Cecily Strong, Aaron Tveit 2:24
    8. "Enjoy the Ride (Part II)" Dove Cameron, Cecily Strong, Aaron Tveit 1:50
    9. "To the Right, to the Left" Cinco Paul 0:52
    10. "You Done Tamed Me" Aaron Tveit 1:55
    11. "He's a Queer One, That Man o' Mine" Ann Harada 2:19
    12. "Cross That Bridge" Cast of Schmigadoon! 2:37
    13. "Enjoy the Ride (Reprise)" Cecily Strong 0:30
    14. "With All of Your Heart" Ariana DeBose, The Kids of Schmigadoon 3:46
    15. "Va-Gi-Na" Cecily Strong, Cassandra Consiglio, Alex Barima 1:18
    16. "Somewhere Love Is Waiting for You (Coming Out Reprise)" Alan Cumming 0:37
    17. "Suddenly" Jaime Camil, Ariana DeBose 3:16
    18. "Suddenly (Melissa Reprise)" Cecily Strong, Jaime Camil 1:17
    19. "Tribulation" Kristin Chenoweth, Cast of Schmigadoon! 3:59
    20. "I Always, Always, Never Get My Man" Jane Krakowski 1:41
    21. "You Make Me Wanna Sing" Keegan-Michael Key, Cecily Strong 3:37
    22. "How We Change/Finale" The Cast of Schmigadoon! 1:14
    23. "Schmigadoon! Main Title" Cinco Paul 1:14
    24. "Score: "Just one kick and apparently magic?"" Christopher Willis 2:19
    25. "Score: "See you at seven."" Christopher Willis 2:01
    26. "Score: "It's like a trick bridge or something."" Christopher Willis 1:08
    27. "Score: "Have you been crying?"" Christopher Willis 0:43
    28. "Score: "It's the Picnic Basket Auction!"" Christopher Willis 0:37
    29. "Score: "Oh, Betsy..."" Christopher Willis 1:02
    30. "Score: "That is the most beautiful thing that I've ever heard."" Christopher Willis 0:32
    31. "Score: "She told Poppa!"" Christopher Willis 0:35
    32. "Score: "Can I tempt you with anything?"" Christopher Willis 0:35
    33. "Score: "You were amazing."" Christopher Willis 0:35
    34. "Score: "It'th raithin' bread!"" Christopher Willis 0:38
    35. "Score: "I want Jorge!"" Christopher Willis 0:52
    36. "Score: "It wasn't meant to happen."" Christopher Willis 1:08
    37. "Score: "That's for stealin' my gal."" Christopher Willis 0:59
    38. "Score: "It's a tent!"" Christopher Willis 1:26
    39. "Score: "I'm so glad I found you."" Christopher Willis 1:07
    40. "Score: "You want to give it to someone else."" Christopher Willis 0:51
    41. "Score: "You go, Harvey!"" Christopher Willis 0:53
    Total length: 60:11

    Season 2

    For the second season, Cinco Paul and Christopher Willis returned to write the original songs and underscore respectively. Due to licensing issues, the soundtrack album for the second season was released all at once on May 3, 2023, following the finale.


    Season Episodes Originally aired
    First aired Last aired
    1 6 July 16, 2021 (2021-07-16) August 13, 2021 (2021-08-13)
    2 6 April 5, 2023 (2023-04-05) May 3, 2023 (2023-05-03)

    Season 1 (2021)

    No.overall No. inseason Title Directed by Written by [34] Original release date [35]
    1 1 "Schmigadoon!" Barry Sonnenfeld Cinco Paul & Ken Daurio July 16, 2021 (2021-07-16)
    Melissa Gimble and Josh Skinner, doctors in New York City, meet when kicking a hospital vending machine gives them all the candy in the machine. Four years later, their relationship has become strained, so they go on a backpacking retreat to shore it up. They become lost in the woods and cross a stone bridge through the mist to find a seemingly idyllic town, reminiscent of River City, called Schmigadoon, where everyone acts like they are in a musical from the 1940s and 1950s. Melissa plays along, since she is a fan of musicals, but Josh does not like it. Melissa also takes a liking to Danny Bailey, a carnival barker, like Billy Bigelow. The next morning, Melissa and Josh discover that they cannot leave the town. A leprechaun tells them that they cannot leave Schmigadoon until they find "true love".
    2 2 "Lovers' Spat" Barry Sonnenfeld Cinco Paul & Ken Daurio and Julie Klausner July 16, 2021 (2021-07-16)
    Immediately after discovering they cannot leave Schmigadoon, Melissa and Josh get into an argument, not helped at all by the singing townspeople, which ends in them breaking up. Melissa goes on a walk where she finds Schmigadoon's Mayor Aloysius Menlove, who cheers her up with a song heavily implying that he is in the closet. Meanwhile, Josh becomes interested in flirtatious young waitress Betsy, who offers her picnic basket at the auction later. During the auction, Melissa becomes intoxicated on spiked punch, and Josh wins Betsy. Melissa auctions herself off and is won by Danny. Later that evening, Josh becomes uncomfortable because Betsy appears to be a minor. The evening is cut short by Betsy's father and his shotgun.
    3 3 "Cross That Bridge" Barry Sonnenfeld Julie Klausner and Bowen Yang July 23, 2021 (2021-07-23)
    The next morning, Melissa wakes up to find Danny making her breakfast. But she sees him as a one-night stand and leaves while he is still soliloquizing about his future offspring. Meanwhile, Josh is quickly engaged to Betsy. Mildred Layton has Josh and Melissa banned from the inn because of her prejudices against them. Josh attempts to cross the bridge with Betsy to see if she is his true love, but he fails, so he tries again with other women, to no avail. Melissa seeks help from the Mayor's wife, who implies that she is frustrated by her husband's sexual orientation. Farmer McDonough chases Josh, who seeks sanctuary in Reverend Layton's church. Inside, he notices Emma Tate, Schmigadoon's schoolmarm, who did not cross the bridge with him. Melissa asks Doc Lopez for a job as a nurse and is instantly smitten with him.
    4 4 "Suddenly" Barry Sonnenfeld Cinco Paul & Ken Daurio and Kate Gersten July 30, 2021 (2021-07-30)
    In a flashback, Josh and Melissa flee an Off-off-Broadway play that their friend is starring in; they express their love for each other. In Schmigadoon, Josh becomes Emma's new handyman in exchange for lodging; she is stern but encourages him to believe in himself. She also saves him from Betsy's father. Melissa starts work as a nurse, but Lopez is tyrannical and conservative. He refuses to assist Nancy, a pregnant young woman, and her boyfriend, so Melissa gives them a sex-education lesson; she and Josh help to deliver the baby. Mayor Menlove shares a romantic moment with Reverend Layton at the bake sale and later comes out to the townsfolk. Reflecting on this and his growing respect for Melissa, Lopez softens his absolutist outlook and declares his love for her, while Emma admits her love for Josh after he kindly aids her lisping little brother's confidence.
    5 5 "Tribulation" Barry Sonnenfeld Allison Silverman August 6, 2021 (2021-08-06)
    In a flashback, Josh is passed over for a fellowship. Melissa comforts him, but he mocks her for a misspoken cliché, apologizing that night. In Schmigadoon, Mildred incites a moral panic against the "strangers" and announces her candidacy for mayor. Meanwhile, Lopez's glamorous fiancée, Countess Gabrielle von Blerkom, returns unexpectedly from the city. Melissa expects the Countess to graciously step aside, as in The Sound of Music, but instead she takes Melissa for a drive and abandons her at gunpoint in the countryside. Melissa discovers that the symbolic heart she thought Josh lost had been in her backpack all along; she dismisses a dream ballet in its opening moments. Emma confides in Josh that she is Carson's mother and that her parents disowned her for becoming pregnant out of wedlock. Carson overhears and runs off. Josh searches for him in the woods, where Danny ambushes Josh and knocks him to the ground, where Josh finds the symbolic heart that Melissa threw across the lake.
    6 6 "How We Change" Barry Sonnenfeld Cinco Paul & Ken Daurio August 13, 2021 (2021-08-13)
    Josh finds Carson and they discuss how good relationships take work. Emma arrives and proposes that she and Carson cross the bridge to start a life with Josh. Lopez retrieves Melissa, declaring that he has chosen her over the Countess, but she wants to save her relationship with Josh. Meanwhile, Josh realizes that he wants the same thing. In town, Mildred is about to win the election. Melissa arrives, followed by Josh, interrupting the vote. She apologizes for their breakup, and he offers his love in song. The two dance together and kiss. Mildred denounces the New Yorkers, but Emma says that they have taught the townspeople to accept their true selves. Emma announces that she is Carson's mom, and other townspeople reveal long-held secrets; for example, Mildred is Nancy's mother, and Rev. Layton has feelings for Mayor Menlove. Mildred throws a tantrum and the Mayor is reelected in a landslide. Melissa tells Mildred that it is not too late to change, and the town celebrates its progress with more modern musical stylings. Hand in hand, Josh and Melissa step onto the bridge, but it is not revealed whether they are able to leave Schmigadoon.

    Season 2 (2023)

    No.overall No. inseason Title Directed by Written by [34] Original release date [35]
    7 1 "Welcome to Schmicago" Alice Mathias Cinco Paul April 5, 2023 (2023-04-05)
    Josh and Melissa found true love and were able to leave Schmigadoon. They return to their medical practices, get married and buy a house, but their lives become lackluster, and their attempts to have a child fail. They return to the woods looking for Schmigadoon to regain their happiness but have no luck. On a foggy bridge, their car gets a flat tire and they end up in Schmicago, another magical place that echoes the musicals of the 1960s and 1970s, with which Melissa is less familiar. They are welcomed by a sardonic Narrator and some of the people they recognize from Schmigadoon, who have assumed different personas and do not remember Josh and Melissa or Schmigadoon. After finding a place to stay at a seedy hotel, they go to a cabaret. Josh accidentally enters a dressing room to find one of the dancers, Elsie Vale, dead. He and Melissa attempt to drive away, but the Leprechaun has disabled their car and explains that they cannot leave until their relationship reaches a happy ending. Josh is arrested for the murder of Elsie Vale.
    8 2 "Doorway to Where" Alice Mathias Jonathan Tolins April 5, 2023 (2023-04-05)
    Josh meets his cell mate, Topher, a hippie who wants to find his purpose in life. Melissa hires Bobby Flanagan as Josh's lawyer, who suggests that Melissa go undercover as a dancer at the cabaret to find the real killer. After an audition process reminiscent of that in A Chorus Line, Melissa, despite being not as skinny or as skillful a dancer as the other girls is selected for the part by club owner Octavius Kratt, and she becomes roommates with the friendly star dancer, Jenny Banks. Josh's press conference with Bobby ends in disaster, as everyone still thinks he killed Elsie Vale and will get the chair. Topher's hippie friends bust him and Josh out of jail, and they party on the Happiness Bus. Meanwhile, Melissa and the dancers celebrate her opening night at the cabaret. She then finds a clue about Quick Street in Elsie's date book, which she hopes will lead to information about Elsie's murder.
    9 3 "Bells and Whistles" Alice Mathias Julie Klausner April 12, 2023 (2023-04-12)
    Topher and his hippie tribe take Josh to their commune for a hippie communion. After Bobby tells Melissa of her husband's jail break, Melissa follows the clue to Quick Street and meets Miss Codwell, the owner of the orphanage (she offers to sell the "brats"), and Dooley Blight, a butcher who was recently released from prison. She learns that Dooley is Jenny's father and was convicted of the murder of his wife, who was really murdered by Octavius Kratt; Dooley wants revenge. Melissa finds and retrieves Josh in time for his trial. Bobby swings into court to deliver a fast-paced, razzle-dazzling defense, and Josh is acquitted. He and Melissa hope this is their happy ending so that they can leave Schmicago, but Kratt, who admits privately to murdering Elsie, now plots to marry Melissa and eliminate Josh.
    10 4 "Something Real" Alice Mathias Raina Morris April 19, 2023 (2023-04-19)
    Josh and Melissa attempt to cross the bridge but are unable to leave Schmicago. Prompted by the Narrator's hints, they speculate that this is because they need to help make others in Schmicago happy. They start by attempting to reunite Jenny with her father, Dooley, but she believes that he killed her mother and refuses to speak to him. They bring her to meet the hippie tribe, hoping that their ethos of forgiveness will rub off on her, and Josh makes up a "parable" about a girl who forgives her father, but Jenny becomes romantically interested in Topher. Seeing how happy this romance makes Jenny and Topher, Josh and Melissa take Dooley and Miss Codwell on a double date at the Kratt Klubb. This begins awkwardly, but the two finally hit it off, and Dooley goes up to Miss Codwell's orphanage for a nightcap. When they open up to each other, they realize that they can solve their problems by making the orphans into meat products.
    11 5 "Famous as Hell" Robert Luketic Josh Lieb April 26, 2023 (2023-04-26)
    With Jenny and Topher spending time together, Melissa takes over as the headliner at the cabaret, and Josh becomes the new leader of the tribe. The two begin reveling in their fame, but Jenny and Topher feel betrayed and evict the couple from Jenny's apartment. Josh and Melissa move in with Dooley and Miss Codwell, who have been feeding the orphans to fatten them up, and uncover the plot of making the orphans into sausages. Realizing that Dooley is transferring his anger at Kratt onto the orphans, they instead offer to get Dooley alone with Kratt in Melissa's dressing room. Sgt. Rivera and Madame Frau reflect that life does not always turn out as planned. Melissa flirts with Kratt and attempts to lure him to her dressing room, but he instead forces her into his car and drives away. Rivera holds Josh at gunpoint at the club as Kratt proposes to Melissa, threatening to kill Josh if she does not agree.
    12 6 "Over and Done" Robert Luketic Cinco Paul May 3, 2023 (2023-05-03)
    Melissa is about to be married to Kratt (the Narrator officiates; Bobbie handles the legal paperwork), and Josh is tied up in Kratt's power plant. Kratt instructs Rivera to kill Josh, but Josh stalls by regaling Rivera with "parables" based on his favorite movies. Dooley determines to rescue Josh, as do Topher and Jenny, with help from the tribe. They arrive, and Jenny is reunited with her father after Rivera admits that he framed Dooley for the murder of his wife. They all attempt to stop the wedding. Dooley throws his cleaver at Kratt, but it misses, pinning Kratt's tuxedo tail to the floor. Miss Codwell releases a chandelier that falls, killing Kratt. Madame Frau takes over the cabaret, where Rivera becomes a drag performer, and the now-business-minded tribe, aided by Bobbie, help to run Kratt's empire. Jenny and Topher run the orphanage, and Miss Codwell works with Dooley at the shop. Josh and Melissa are free to go, but the Narrator and the Schmicagoans tempt them to stay. The doctors explain that they want "Something Real". Leprechaun and his brother reveal that there are no "happy endings", but every day can be a "happy beginning". Back in New York, Josh cheerfully teaches medical students, and Melissa is finally pregnant.


    A trailer for the series was released on June 25, 2021. The first two episodes aired on Apple TV on July 16, followed by one new episode each subsequent Friday until season 1 ended with episode 6 on August 13, 2021.[7]

    The first two episodes of the second season premiered on April 5,[14] with episodes continuing to be released weekly until May 3, 2023.[13]


    On the review aggregator website Rotten Tomatoes, season 1 of Schmigadoon! has an approval rating of 89% based on 79 reviews, with an average rating of 7.4/10. Critics agree that while the show's clever inside-theater jokes may not be for everyone, the joy of seeing the talented ensemble sing and dance their hearts out is undeniable. Metacritic, using a weighted average, gives the series a score of 77 out of 100 based on 48 critics, indicating "generally favorable reviews". Matthew Gilbert of The Boston Globe praises the show for its underlying affection for musical theater while humorously mocking the conventions of show tunes. He also commends the witty and catchy songs, top-notch choreography, and infectious enthusiasm of the cast members.

    The second season of Schmigadoon! has received critical acclaim. On Rotten Tomatoes, the second season has an approval rating of 97% based on 34 reviews, with an average rating of 8.7/10. Critics note that the second season brings even more energy, pizzazz, and all the jazz to an already impressive production. Metacritic gives the second season a score of 86 out of 100 based on 12 critics, indicating "universal acclaim". Kelly Lawler of USA Today describes the season as an even more enjoyable affair with better music and a cheekily absurdist tone that strikes the perfect balance between silliness and seriousness.

    Reviews of both seasons in Collider refer to Schmigadoon! as Apple TV's Most Underrated Show. Julia Glassman of The Mary Sue praises the seamless integration of music and storytelling in the series. The show's popularity has even inspired a live performance titled "54 Sings Schmigadoon!" at 54 Below in September 2023.


    The first season of Schmigadoon! was nominated for four Emmy Awards, winning one. The soundtrack to Episode 1 received a Grammy Award nomination for Best Compilation Soundtrack for Visual Media. Kristin Chenoweth was also nominated for a Critics' Choice Television Award for Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series. The series, its writers, Keegan-Michael Key, Ariana DeBose, and Kristin Chenoweth were all nominated for Hollywood Critics Association TV Awards. Additionally, the series was nominated for the Saturn Award for Best Streaming Fantasy Television Series.

    The second season of Schmigadoon! received three Emmy nominations and three Hollywood Critics Association TV Awards nominations. The awards ceremonies for both honors were delayed due to the Writers Guild of America strike.

    2022Art Directors Guild AwardsExcellence in Production Design for a Half Hour Single-Camera Television SeriesBo Welch (for "Schmigadoon!")Nominated[63]
    Critics' Choice Television AwardsBest Supporting Actress in a Comedy SeriesKristin ChenowethNominated[59]
    Golden Reel AwardsOutstanding Achievement in Sound Editing – 1/2 Hour – Comedy or DramaCormac Funge, Peter Nichols, and John Green (for "Suddenly")Nominated[64]
    Grammy AwardsBest Compilation Soundtrack for Visual MediaSchmigadoon! Episode 1Nominated[58]
    Hollywood Critics Association TV AwardsBest Streaming Series, ComedySchmigadoon!Nominated[62]
    Best Actor in a Streaming Series, ComedyKeegan-Michael KeyNominated
    Best Supporting Actress in a Streaming Series, ComedyKristin ChenowethNominated
    Ariana DeBoseNominated
    Best Writing in a Streaming Series, ComedyCinco Paul and Ken Daurio (for "Schmigadoon")Nominated
    Primetime Emmy AwardsOutstanding Choreography for Scripted ProgrammingChristopher Gattelli (for “Corn Puddin'" / "Tribulation" / "With All of Your Heart”)Nominated[56]
    Outstanding Music Composition for a Series (Original Dramatic Score)Christopher Willis (for "Schmigadoon!'")Nominated
    Outstanding Original Music and LyricsCinco Paul (for "Corn Puddin'")Won
    Outstanding Production Design for a Narrative Program (Half-Hour)Bo Welch, Don Macaulay, and Carol Lavallee (for "Schmigadoon!'")Nominated
    Saturn AwardsBest Streaming Fantasy Television SeriesSchmigadoon!Nominated[65]
    Hollywood Critics Association TV AwardsBest Supporting Actress in a Streaming Series, ComedyKristin ChenowethPending[66]
    Best Period CostumesSchmigadoon!Pending
    Best Original Song"Talk to Daddy"Pending
    Primetime Emmy AwardsOutstanding Choreography for Scripted ProgrammingChristopher Gattelli (for "Bells And Whistles / Good Enough To Eat / Bustin' Out")Pending[61]
    Outstanding Cinematography for a Series (Half-Hour)Jon Joffin (for "Something Real")Pending
    Outstanding Production Design for a Narrative Program (Half-Hour)Jamie Walker McCall, Ryan Garton, Gregory Clarke, Carol Lavallee (for "Famous as Hell")Pending

    Wins by Film

    The Banshees of Inisherin: 3

    Everything Everywhere All at Once: 2

    The Fabelmans: 2

    Argentina, 1985: 1

    Babylon: 1

    Black Panther: Wakanda Forever: 1

    Elvis: 1

    Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio: 1

    RRR: 1

    Tár: 1

    Wins by Program

    Abbott Elementary: 3

    The White Lotus: 2

    The Bear: 1

    Black Bird: 1

    Dahmer – Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story: 1

    The Dropout: 1

    Euphoria: 1

    House of the Dragon: 1

    Ozark: 1

    Yellowstone: 1

    Wins by Network/Platform

    HBO/HBO Max: 4

    ABC: 3

    Netflix: 2

    Apple TV: 1

    FX: 1

    Hulu: 1

    Paramount Network: 1

    *Netflix won once for film and twice for TV

    Wins by Distributor

    Searchlight Pictures: 3

    A24: 2

    Universal Pictures: 2

    Disney: 1

    Focus Features: 1

    Netflix: 1

    Paramount Pictures: 1

    Prime Video: 1

    Warner Bros Pictures: 1

    Variant Films: 1

    In a highly competitive landscape of television comedies and musicals, the battle for the golden title of "Best TV Comedy/Musical" is heating up. As the awards season approaches, it is no surprise that two of the five series nominated for this prestigious category belong to the same network. With an impressive cast, captivating characters, and outstanding production, these shows have captured the hearts of viewers worldwide. As fans eagerly await the final verdict, the industry is abuzz with anticipation, wondering which network will emerge victorious. Only time will tell, but regardless of the outcome, one thing is for certain – the quality of comedy and musical shows on our screens has never been more exceptional.

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Unlock the best viewing experience with expert tips on optimizing picture settings for Samsung UHD TV Series 7, ensuring stunning visuals that bring your favorite shows and movies to life. Master the ideal settings that make colors pop, depth come alive, and details crystal clear, taking your TV viewing to new heights. Click now for a breathtaking visual journey.

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Exploring the Galaxy: Ranking the Stellar Star Trek TV Series
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Discover the ultimate guide to ranking the stellar Star Trek TV series and embark on a journey across the galaxy. From the original series to the latest installments, delve into each show's unique qualities, captivating storylines, and iconic characters. Uncover the top-rated series and ignite your passion for all things Star Trek. Explore the universe of entertainment and prepare for an interstellar adventure unlike any other.

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