Stranger Things has become a streaming success since its debut. Following some staggering audience figures, “Stranger Things” Season 4 Vol. 1 received nominations for Outstanding Drama Series for the fourth time in a row. Actors Sadie Sink and Millie Bobby Brown were however not included in the final list of nominees.
The sixth and final season of “Stranger Things” got 13 nominations overall, falling short of Season 1’s 18 total nominations record and being completely barren of any acting categories. Outstanding Prosthetic Makeup, Outstanding Casting, and Outstanding Music Supervision are among the other Season 4 Vol. 1 nominations.
Just before the May 31st deadline for 2022 Emmy consideration, Netflix uploaded Season 4 Vol. 1, although only the first seven episodes were eligible for nominations. Additionally, there were no acting nominations for Season 3 of the show. Millie Bobby Brown and David Harbour both received Season 2 acting nominations in 2018 for Outstanding Supporting Actress and Outstanding Supporting Actor, respectively.
Shannon Purser received a nomination in 2017 for Outstanding Guest Actress in a Drama Series for her portrayal of Barbara Holland, Nancy Wheeler’s best friend who is killed by the Demogorgon in Season 1. There were 38 nominations for the preceding three seasons, and 7 of those seasons took home prizes. Out of eight nominations, Season 3 only received one award. Out of 12 nominations, Season 2 only received one prize.
Out of a total of 18 nominations, Season 1 took home five trophies. Three of the victories were for sound editing, including Outstanding Sound Editing for a Comedy or Drama Series for the Season 2 and Season 3 finale episodes, “The Mind Flayer” and “The Battle of Starcourt,” respectively. The eighth episode of the first season, “The Upside Down,” from the program’s first season received Outstanding Sound Editing for a Series in 2017. Check out the trailer below.
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