This year’s Hollywood Music in Media Awards (HMMAs) nominations are in! The HMMAs honors composers, songwriters, and music supervisors for their work in music for film, television, and video games. View our featured nominees below, which include nominations from the year’s buzziest TV shows such as Severance (Apple TV+), Stranger Things 4 (Netflix),Yellowjackets (Showtime), and more!
The 2022 HMMA Awards will be presented Wednesday, Nov. 16, at 8 p.m. PT at The Avalon in Hollywood. See the complete list of nominees at HMMA online.
Now that the 2022 Emmy® Nominations are in, it’s time to rally behind your favorite TV shows from your favorite streaming platform or cable network! From Hacks (17 nominations) to Severance (14 nominations) to Stranger Things (13 nominations) to Yellowjackets (7 nominations), this is going to be a very competitive battle! If you’re a Television Academy member eligible to vote, be sure to RSVP for Deadline’sThe Contenders live stream held Saturday, August 6 and spend the day with the creators, writers and cast. Join the virtual interviews: RSVP now at Deadline online.
Check out our previous coverage of this year’s Emmy® Nominees which also include “Candy“, “Foundation“, “Gaslit“, “Pachinko“, “Pam and Tommy“, “See“, “Star Trek: Picard“, “The Great“, “The Man Who Fell To Earth“, “The Morning Show“, Zoey’s Extraordinary Christmas, and Best Score contender 14 Peaks.
This year’s EMMY® nominations are in! Composers Theodore Shapiro (“Severance“) and Nainita Desai (14 Peaks: Nothing Is Impossible) secured music nominations! Nora Felder nabbed the Best Music Supervision nom for “Stranger Things” Season 4, Vol. 1. The Television Academy reported there was a sharp increase in EMMY® submissions this year in the drama and supporting categories, so we suspect the competition was fierce! View the detailed breakdown and featured shows below. Do you see your favorite program in contention?
Now that the nominations are out, the final found voting period begins August 12 and ends on August 22. The ceremony will take place September 12, 2022 and will broadcast on NBC (streaming on Peacock). Congratulations to all the nominees this year! View the full list at EMMYS online.
“Tapping into an eerie world of synthesizers and vaguely ‘80s tones, the pair’s contributions to the Netflix original have undoubtedly helped shaped Stranger Things’ unique world and international success.” – Consequence of Sound
As the world waits with baited breath for the Stranger Things 4, Vol. 2 series premiere on Netflix, composers Kyle Dixon and Michael Stein debut two score tracks, “What’s The Internet?” and “You’re The Heart,” which you can hear now via Consequence of Sound.
The epic 80-track album, Stranger Things 4–Original Score from the Netflix Series, releases digitally via Lakeshore Records and Invada Records on Friday, July 1, 2022 with the series Vol. 2 premiere on Netflix!
Are you anxiously waiting for the premiere of Stranger Things Season 4, Vol. 2 on July 1st? Ahead of the premiere (in just over 1 week!), join series composers Kyle Dixon and Michael Stein for the screening and composer Q&A, moderated by Jason Bentley (KCRW). This event is free to The Society of Composers & Lyricists (The SCL) members. Register or find out how to become a member The SCL online.