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It’s a good day to be Netflix. The nominees for the 65th annual Primetime Emmy Awards were announced this morning and the streaming service (or should we refer to it as a programmer now?) has a presence in four major categories.
“House of Cards” received nine nominations, including one for Outstanding Drama, and one each in the lead actor and actress drama categories for stars Kevin Spacey and Robin Wright.
David Fincher received a nomination for his directing work on the first episode, while the series also garnered recognition from The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences for its original score, main title theme music, and cinematography (Eigil Bryld, for his work on the first episode).
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