There are 60 Nominees across 15 categories and spanning 23 countries.“When you look at the geographic spread, diversity and quality of our Nominees, it becomes obvious that great television knows no borders and is emerging around the world,” said International Academy President & CEO Bruce Paisner. “We look forward to recognizing these outstanding programs and performances on our global stage with the International Emmy®.”
Nominees come from: Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Chile, China, Colombia, France, Germany, Japan, Mexico, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Philippines, Qatar, Singapore, South Africa, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, United Arab Emirates, the United Kingdom & the United States.
The International Academy will present a new Sports Documentary category for the first time, at its Gala in New York.
All Nominees will convene at the International Emmy® World Television Festival for Nominee Panels & Presentations and special events, from November 18-20, the weekend before the awards ceremony.
Winners will be announced at the 50th International Emmy® Awards Gala in New York City, on Monday, November 21, 2022.
This year’s Gala partners are: Ay Yapim, Ernst & Young, Globo, Mip, Sofitel and Variety.
International Emmy® World Television Festival partners are: Ay Yapim, Broadview TV, EY, Film and Media NRW, FKKS, Frameio, Globoplay, Israel Office of Cultural Affairs - Consulate General of Israel, New York, JCS International, Mip, Netflix, Prime Video, Sato CO Ltd, Sofitel New York, The Steve Tisch School of Film and Television Tel Aviv, The Walt Disney Company Latin America, and Warner Bros. Discovery.