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Timmys 2019: The 9th Annual Timmy Television Awards

THE 9TH ANNUAL TIMMYS TELEVISION AWARDS

The Timmys annually honor the best in television from the past season. Here are the nominees from the 2018-19 television season (winners are in bold):

Best Comedy Series:
  • Dead to Me (Netflix)
  • Schitt's Creek (POP)
  • Santa Clarita Diet (Netflix)
  • The Kids Are Alright (ABC)
  • Fleabag (Amazon Prime)
Best Drama Series:
  • Killing Eve (BBC America)
  • Succession (HBO)
  • This Is Us (NBC)
  • Homecoming (Amazon Prime)
  • Good Girls (NBC)
Best Actress in a Comedy Series:
  • Phoebe Waller-Bridge - Fleabag
  • Christina Applegate - Dead to Me
  • Linda Cardellini - Dead to Me
  • Drew Barrymore - Santa Clarita Diet
  • Catherine O'Hara - Schitt's Creek
  • Catherine Zeta Jones - Queen America

Best Actor in a Comedy Series:
  • Timothy Olyphant - Santa Clarita Diet
  • Michael Douglas - The Kominsky Method
  • Eugene Levy - Schitt's Creek
  • Ted Danson - The Good Place
  • William H. Macy - Shameless
Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series:
  • Alex Borstein - The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel 
  • Olivia Colman - Fleabag
  • Laurie Metcalf - The Conners
  • Faith Ford - Murphy Brown
  • Kristen Johnson - Mom
Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series:
  • Tony Shaloub - The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel
  • James Marsden - Dead to Me
  • Andrew Scott - Fleabag
  • Dan Levy - Schitt's Creek
  • Tony Hale - Veep
Best Actress in a Drama Series:
  • Sandra Oh - Killing Eve
  • Jodie Comer - Killing Eve
  • Mandy Moore - This Is Us
  • Julia Roberts - Homecoming
  • Christina Hendricks - Good Girls
Best Actor in a Drama Series:
  • Sterling K. Brown - This Is Us
  • Milo Ventimiglia - This Is Us
  • Richard Madden - Bodyguard
  • Brian Cox - Succession
  • Stephan James - Homecoming
Best Supporting Actress in a Drama Series:
  • Audra McDonald - The Good Fight
  • Susan Kelechi Watson - This Is Us
  • Retta - Good Girls
  • Sissy Spacek - Homecoming
  • Kelly Reilly - Yellowstone
Best Supporting Actor in a Drama Series:
  • Justin Hartley - This Is Us
  • Kieran Culkin - Succession
  • Mathew Macfadyen - Succession
  • Matthew Lillard - Good Girls
  • Johnathan Banks - Better Call Saul
Best Guest Performer in a Comedy Series:
  • Kristin Scott Thomas - Fleabag
  • Quavenzhane Wallis - Blackish
  • Busy Phillips - Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt
  • Sally Phillips - Veep
  • Rufus Sewell - The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel
Best Guest Performer in a Drama Series:
  • Phylicia Rashad - This Is Us
  • Hong Chau - Homecoming
  • Michael Angarano - This Is Us
  • Dabney Coleman - For the People 
  • Alan Alda - The Good Fight
Best Miniseries:
  • Escape at Dannemora (Showtime)
  • Fosse/Verdon (FX)
  • Sharp Objects (HBO)
  • Ordeal By Innocence (Amazon Prime)
  • A Very English Scandal (Amazon Prime)
Best TV Movie:
  • Rent: Live (FOX)
  • Deadwood: The Movie (HBO)
  • Brexit: The Uncivil War (HBO)
Best Actress in a Miniseries or TV Movie:
  • Patricia Arquette - Escape at Dannemora
  • Amy Adams - Sharp Objects
  • Michelle Williams - Fosse/Verdon
  • Emma Stone - Maniac
  • Marisa Tomei - Live in Front of a Studio Audience
Best Actor in a Miniseries or TV Movie:
  • Chris Pine - I Am the Night
  • Sam Rockwell - Fosse/Verdon
  • Benicio Del Toro - Escape at Dannemora
  • Paul Dano - Escape at Dannemora 
  • John Malkovich - The ABC Murders
Best Supporting Actress in a Miniseries or TV Movie:
  • Sissy Spacek - Castle Rock
  • Patricia Clarkson - Sharp Objects
  • Eliza Scanlen - Sharp Objects 
  • Margaret Qualley - Fosse/Verdon
  • Vanessa Hudgens - Rent: Live
Best Supporting Actor in a Miniseries or TV Movie:
  • Chris Messina - Sharp Objects
  • Kyle Chandler - Catch 22
  • Ben Whishaw - A Very English Scandal
  • Norbert Leo Butz - Fosse/Verdon
  • Matthew Goode - Ordeal By Innocence
Have thoughts on this year's winners? Leave a comment below! Thanks for reading!

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