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Marvel Television Nets Four Emmy Nominations

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Marvel's Netflix properties Jessica Jones, The Defenders, and The Punisher have all been nominated for this year’s Emmys, along with FX’s Legion.

As shared on Marvel.com earlier today, nominations for the 70th annual Emmy Awards were released this morning, and Marvel Television received four nominations for four different series.

All three of Marvel’s eligible Netflix shows were nominated this year. Sean Callery picked up a nomination for Jessica Jones in the Outstanding Music Composition for a Series category, while The Defenders’ John Paesano was nominated for its Outstanding Original Main Title Theme Music. The Punisher, meanwhile, netted Thom Williams a nomination in the Outstanding Stunt Coordination category.

Over on FX, Dana Gonzales was nominated in the Outstanding Cinematography for a Single-Camera Series category for Legion.

Marvel announced the news saying, “Congratulations to all the nominees!”

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The second season of Netflix’s The Punisher is currently filming, and filming on the third season of Jessica Jones has just begun. Behind-the-scenes video of the latter was released recently, purporting to show possible Hellcat stuntwork. Legion, meanwhile, was just renewed for a third season by FX.

The 70th Primetime Emmy Awards will be presented on NBC on Sept. 17.

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