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Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Art Direction for a Contemporary or Fantasy Series (Single-Camera)

 

Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Art Direction for a Contemporary or Fantasy Series (Single-Camera)

Outstanding Art Direction for a Contemporary or Fantasy Series is a Primetime Emmy Award handed out annually at the Creative Arts Emmy Award ceremony. In 2014, the category was created alongside the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Art Direction for a Contemporary Program (Half hour or less) and the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Art Direction for a Period Series, Miniseries or a Movie (Single-Camera).

Winners and nominees

2010s

Year Program Episode Nominees Network
2013-2014
(66th)
Game of Thrones "The Laws Of Gods And Men/The Mountain And The Viper" Deborah Riley, Production Designer; Paul Ghirardani, Art Director; Rob Cameron, Set Decorator HBO
House of Cards "Chapter 18 and Chapter 24" Steve Arnold, Production Designer; Halina Gebarowicz, Art Director; Tiffany Zappulla, Set Decorator Netflix
Justified "A Murder Of Crowes/Wrong Road and The Toll" Dave Blass, Production Designer; Oana Bogdan, Art Director; Shauna Aronson, Set Decorator FX
True Blood "At Last/F**k The Pain Away and In The Evening" Suzuki Ingerslev, Production Designer; Cat Smith, Art Director; Ron V. Franco, S.D.S.A. HBO
True Detective " Form And Void/The Locked Room and Seeing Things" Alex DiGerlando, Production Designer; Mara LePere-Schloop, Art Director; Tim Beach, Art Director; Cynthia Slagter, Set Decorator HBO

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