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The Emmys Aren't Sick of Downtown Abbey Yet

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The "Outstanding Costume" categories for the Primetime Emmys should be re-named "Outstanding Period Dress." This year's nominations only support the bid: The five shows in specifically the series category take us from New York in the 1920s to late 15th Century Spain to the mythical land where people have English accents so we're going to say Europe circa Beowulf to England between two wars to current day Maine but with fairies and princesses. Same deal with the made for TV movies. After the jump, find 2013's costume nominations.


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Outstanding Costumes for a Series

Boardwalk Empire (HBO): John Dunn, Costume Designer

The Borgias (Showtime): Gabriella Pescucci, Costume Designer

Downton Abbey (PBS): Caroline McCall, Costume Designer

Game Of Thrones (HBO): Michele Clapton, Costume Designer

Once Upon A Time (ABC): Eduardo Castro, Costume Designer


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Outstanding Costumes For A Miniseries, Movie, or a Special

American Horror Story (FX): Lou Eyrich, Costume Designer

Behind The Candelabra (HBO): Ellen Mirojnick, Costume Designer

The Girl (HBO): Diana Cilliers, Costume Designer

Killing Lincoln (NGC): Amy Andrews Harrell, Costume Designer

Parade's End (HBO): Sheena Napier, Costume Designer

Phil Spector (HBO): Debra McGuire, Costume Designer
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