Kidding

Outstanding Comedy Series

 

With his beloved TV show off the air for the first time in 30 years, Jeff Pickles must find a way to communicate with his many fans who still need him. Jeff creates a new and controversial method to talk directly to children across the world.

For Your Consideration

 

Outstanding Comedy Series

Executive Producers: Dave Holstein, Jim Carrey, Michel Gondry, Raffi Adlan, Michael Aguilar, Roberto Benabib, Jason Bateman, James Garavente
Co-Executive Producer: Cody Heller
Supervising Producers: Michael Vukadinovich, Hilary Weisman Graham
Producer: Joey Mazzarino

Outstanding Directing for a Comedy Series

Michel Gondry, Directed by
Episode 205, “Episode 3101”

Jake Schreier, Directed by
Episode 210, “The Puppet Dalai Lama”

Bert & Bertie, Directed by
Episode 208, “A Seat on the Rocket”

OUTSTANDING CASTING FOR A COMEDY SERIES

Amber Wakefield, CSA, Casting by

OUTSTANDING CHARACTER VOICE-OVER PERFORMANCE

Dick Van Dyke
As Hopskotch The Sasquatch

Episode 202, “Up, Down and Everything in Between”

OUTSTANDING CINEMATOGRAPHY FOR A SINGLE-CAMERA SERIES (HALF-HOUR)

Chris Soos, CSC, Director of Photography

Episode 202, “Up, Down and Everything in Between”

OUTSTANDING CONTEMPORARY COSTUMES

Rahel Afiley, Costume Designer

Kelly Chambers, Assistant Costume Designer

Claudia Sarbu, Costume Supervisor

Episode 206, “The Death of Fil”

OUTSTANDING CONTEMPORARY MAKEUP (NON-PROSTHETIC)

Sabine Roller Taylor, Makeup Department Head

Kymber Blaker, Key Makeup Artist

Jen Daranyi, Makeup Artist

Cheryl Ann Nick, Peronal Makeup Artist

OUTSTANDING MAIN TITLE DESIGN

Michel Gondry, Director

OUTSTANDING MUSIC COMPOSITION FOR A SERIES (ORIGINAL DRAMATIC SCORE)

David Wingo, Music by

Episode 209, “The Nightingale Pledge”

OUTSTANDING ORIGINAL MUSIC AND LYRICS

Alan Schmuckler, Music Written and Produced by

Episode 205, “Episode 3101”

Dave Holstein, Lyrics

“It’s For the Best”, from Episode 205, “Episode #3101”

OUTSTANDING PRODUCTION DESIGN FOR A NARRATIVE PROGRAM (HALF-HOUR)

Maxwell Orgell, Production Designer

Scott Enge, Art Director

Don Diers, Set Decorator

Episode 205, “Episode #3101”, Episode 206, “The Death of Fil”, Episode 207, “The Acceptance Speech”

OUTSTANDING SINGLE-CAMERA PICTURE EDITING FOR A COMEDY SERIES

Tony Orcena, Edited by

Episode 201, “The Cleanest Liver in Columbus, Ohio”

Franky Guttman, Edited by

Episode 202, “Up, Down and Everything in Between”

Rylan Rafferty, Edited by

Franky Guttman, Edited by

Episode 208, “A Seat on the Rocket”

OUTSTANDING SOUND EDITING FOR A COMEDY OR DRAMA SERIES (HALF-HOUR) AND ANIMATION

Sue Cahill, Sound Supervisor

Jane Boegel-Koch, Dialogue Editor

Jonathan Golodner, Sound Effects Editor

Randall Guth, Foley Editor

Michael Brake, Musc Editor

Pamela Kahn, Foley Artist

Dominique Decaudain, Foley Artist

Nancy Parker, Foley Artist

Episode 205, “Episode 3101”

OUTSTANDING SOUND MIXING FOR A COMEDY OR DRAMA SERIES (HALF-HOUR) AND ANIMATION

James Clark, Production Sound Mixer

Keith Rogers, Re-Recording Mixer

Andy King, Re-Recording Mixer

Episode 205, “Episode 3101”

OUTSTANDING SPECIAL VISUAL EFFECTS IN A SUPPORTING ROLE

Danny Cangemi, Special Effects Supervisor

Marc Banich

Allen Roberts

Dave MacDonald

John Ziegler

Brad Powell, Visual Effects Supervisor

Jessica Lawrence

Chris Hagerthy

Jordan Steele

Episode 205, “Episode 3101”

OUTSTANDING WRITING FOR A COMEDY SERIES

Dave Holstein, Written by
Episode 210, “The Puppet Dalai Lama”

Michael Vukadinovich, Written by
Episode 209, “The Nightingale Pledge”

Joey Mazzarino, Written by
Episode 205, “Episode #3101”

Dylan Tanous and Dave Holstein, Written by
Episode 202, “Up, Down, and Everything in Between”

“TV’s most brilliant comedy… bafflingly beautiful”

– Mashable

“as entertaining as it is enlightening”

– Indiewire

“Kidding is a gift… ***** out of *****

– TV Guide

“The writing is close to perfect”

– Mashable

JIM CARREY

as Jeff Pickles

Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series

“…the most grounded performance of his storied career…”

– TV Guide

“Carrey remains at the top of his game”

– Indiewire

CATHERINE KEENER

as Deirdre

Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series

FRANK LANGELLA

as Seb

Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series

JUDY GREER

as Jill

Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series

JUSTIN KIRK

as Peter

Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series

BERNARD WHITE

as Scott

Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series

COLE ALLEN

as Will

Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series

JULIET MORRIS

as Maddy

Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series

ARIANA GRANDE

as Piccola Grande

Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series

Episode 205, “Episode 3101”

TYLER "THE CREATOR" OKONMA

as Cornell

Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series

Episode 207, “The Acceptance Speech”

ANNETTE O'TOOLE

as Louise

Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series

Episode 207, “The Acceptance Speech”

/ Episodes
S2 E1 | "The Cleanest Liver in Columbus, Ohio"

Jeff realizes that he can tell a lie. Season premiere.

S2 E1 | "Up, Down and Everything in Between"

Jeff finds himself in the real-world version of Pickle Barrel Falls.

S2 E3 | "I'm Listening"

Jeff figures out how to speak directly to the children of the world.

S2 E4 | "I Wonder What Grass Tastes Like"

Jeff makes a new best friend.

S2 E5 | "Episode 3101"

Jeff tries to teach children about change.

S2 E6 | "The Death of Fil"

Jeff, Deirdre, Will and Seb attend a funeral at sea.

S2 E7 | "The Acceptance Speech"

Deirdre deals with a medical issue while attending Jeff’s ceremony.

S2 E8 | "A Seat on the Rocket"

Jeff decides to start a new Pickles family.

S2 E9 | "The Nightingale Pledge"

Jeff learns the safest place for him is far away from everyone.

S2 E10 | "The Puppet Dalai Lama"

Jill asks Jeff a question he isn’t sure if he can answer. Season finale.

/ Outstanding Main Title Design