2018 Outstanding Choreography Emmy Nominees
Updated: Jul 29
The 70th Annual Emmy Award nominations were announced today and wow, was it a roller coaster ride. There were a lot of wonderful surprises and some disappointing snubs, especially for World of Dance which didn't receive a single nomination in any category.
Here's the breakdown:
Dancing With the Stars: 6 nominations
So You Think You Can Dance: 5 nominations
World of Dance: 0 nominations
While we will celebrate all of the nominees, it's hard not to think about the talented artists who were left off the list. This does signal that the dance industry is thriving and hopefully, more shows will be represented on this list in the future.
So if you missed Keone & Mari or Kinjaz on World of Dance, Sean Cheesman's incredible "Still I Rise" piece on SYTYCD or any of the Step Up: High Water series, be sure to add them to your must-watch list. I wasn't surprised DWTS didn't receive a nod, it is a crowded field in the Choreography category. The list of nominees gives you an idea of what the Choreography branch is looking for in a winner.
Here are your 2018 Emmy nominees in the Choreography category. Congrats!
Chloe Arnold: The Late Late Show With James Corden • Routines: The Greatest Showman, Crosswalk the Musical On Broadway
Mandy Moore: So You Think You Can Dance • Routines: Brand New, To Make You Feel My Love
7th Nomination: 2008, 2011, 2013, 2014, 2x-20017, 2018
Win: 2017 for DWTS
To Make You Feel My Love:
Travis Wall: So You Think You Can Dance • Routines: Change Is Everything, Strange Fruit
8 Consecutive Nominations: 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018
Wins: 2015 & 2017 for SYTYCD
Change is Everything:
Al Blackstone: So You Think You Can Dance • Routines: The Man That Got Away, L-O-V-E
The Man That Got Away:
Chris Scott: So You Think You Can Dance • Routines: Prism, Say You Won't Let Go
3 Nominations: 2012, 2014, 2018
Show version: Watch here
Tour version is below.
Say You Won't Let Go:
The Choreography Emmy will be handed out at the Creative Arts Emmys on Sept. 8 or 9. The exact night has not been determined yet.