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‘Berlin Station’ pilot: Emmy voters can watch ‘Station To Station’ on FYC website, starring Richard Armitage

Marcus James Dixon


The pilot episode of “Berlin Station” Season 1, titled “Station To Station,” has been submitted as Epix’s paid entry on the TV academy’s FYC website, Gold Derby has learned exclusively. While the Emmy site is updated frequently, as of this writing “Berlin Station” is one of only a handful of Best Drama Series contenders with episodes available for voters to watch on their laptops, tablets and phones. This episode may not necessarily be Epix’s official Emmy submission following the nominations, but the premium network feels confident enough to present it to voters to begin the awards conversation.

Along with new comedy “Graves,” freshman drama “Berlin Station” marks Epix’s latest foray into the world of original programming. Richard Armitage (“Hannibal”) stars as CIA officer Daniel Miller, a former analyst at Langley headquarters in the United States who must now go undercover as a field agent after he’s tasked with finding a leak in Berlin, Germany. Oscar nominee Richard Jenkins (“The Visitor”) also stars as Cold War vet Steven Frost, who’s now the CIA Chief of the Berlin Station.

TV critics enjoyed the 10-episode first season that aired at the end of 2016, with many feeling it lived up to other modern-day spy thrillers like “Homeland.” Glenn Garvin (Reason) wrote, “Sometime toward the end of the first episode, the show hits critical mass and turns mesmerizing and addictive.” And Robert Lloyd (Los Angeles Times) remarked, “‘Berlin Station’ is a tense, terse thriller — good-looking but never fussy, balancing character and plot in satisfying proportions, a new suit cut to classic lines.”

Below, see a detailed look at Epix’s Emmy FYC entry for “Berlin Station.”

#1.01 “Station To Station”
Airdate: October 16, 2016
Written by: Olen Steinhauer
Directed by: Michael R. Roskam

Emmy FYC synopsis: The one-hour, critically acclaimed, contemporary spy drama “Berlin Station” takes a look at the activity of a CIA office on a global stage in the midst of an investigation into a now-famous whistleblower. The series follows Daniel Miller, a new arrival at Berlin’s CIA station who is on a clandestine mission to uncover the source of the Thomas Shaw leaks.

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http://www.goldderby.com/article/2017/berlin-station-pilot-station-to-station-richard-armitage-2017-emmys/

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Ich glaube, der Tweet gehört in diesen Thread:

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Catching up on @BerlinStation with TV Academy pals w/screeners. Really good spy story with @RCArmitage & Rhys Ifans.


https://twitter.com/thesurfreport/status/864690631129538560

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Das sind die Kategorien, die Epix anpeilt:

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At least Epix treats him as only one lead actor. #RichardArmitage #BerlinStation Source : http://epixfyc.com


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Das liest sich irgendwie gut. :P

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Richards Name ist auf der Abstimmungsliste (S. 14): :yess:

http://www.emmys.com/sites/default/files/Downloads/performer-2017-v1-ballot.pdf

Mehr ist wohl mit der ersten Staffel nicht drin.

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Laudine hat geschrieben:
Richards Name ist auf der Abstimmungsliste (S. 14): :yess:

http://www.emmys.com/sites/default/files/Downloads/performer-2017-v1-ballot.pdf

Mehr ist wohl mit der ersten Staffel wohl nicht drin.

Besser als nix, Laudine. :kuss:

Aber er muss gegen den Doktor antreten (ich tippe aber, dass einer von The Man in the High Castle das Rennen macht).

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Epix klappert kräftig für die ersten beiden eigenen Serien:

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Emmys’ Musical Chairs: Epix Enters the Scripted Race, While Others Prepare to Exit
Epix hopes to get some notice for its two new shows, "Berlin Station" and "Graves," just as WGN America and A&E look for one last scripted Emmy hurrah.

Michael Schneider

Jul 3, 2017 3:30 pm


One network enters, two networks exit. The era of Peak TV has added several new outlets to the Emmy race in key scripted categories – and the new entrants this year include Epix, the premium cable service that recently launched an ambitious original series strategy.

Meanwhile, this may be the final year that two other networks compete in those categories, as they appear to be exiting the premium scripted game: WGN America, which is adjusting its programming strategy away from prestige drama like “Underground,” and A&E, which is returning to its core focus on unscripted fare as “Bates Motel” ends its run.

For nascent cable and streaming networks, an Emmy nomination (or even better, an Emmy win) is a clear sign, particularly to the industry, that you’ve arrived. That prestige is often used as a marketing tool, or as justification in boosting subscriber fees or additional distribution. It also gives street cred to a network, helping to attract more creative talent.

In 1987, three major nominations for FOX’s “The Tracey Ullman Show” sent a signal that the fourth broadcast network was in the game. Cable TV was finally allowed eligibility into the Emmy race in 1988, and HBO won the first major acting award for cable in 1990 (for Hume Cronyn, as best actor in a miniseries, movie or special). In 1993, “The Larry Sanders Show” was the first cable show to be nominated in the outstanding comedy series category, and “The Sopranos” broke the drama barrier a few years later.

In 2002, Michael Chiklis won the best actor Emmy for “The Shield,” signaling FX’s entry into the big leagues; then in 2008, AMC’s “Mad Men” and FX’s “Damages” were the first basic cable shows nominated in the outstanding drama series category. More recently, in 2013, Netflix’s “House of Cards” signaled the arrival of streaming services.

“For us, it’s an opportunity to be a part of the conversation,” said Jocelyn Diaz, who joined Epix in 2015 as executive vice president of original programming. “To have a presence at all is exciting. We hope people are able to respond to what we’re able to put out there.”

Diaz also noted that, as consumers spread their money around multiple pay options, premium channels like Epix must generate unique (and awards-caliber) offerings.

“For premium television, where you’re asking a subscriber to pay an extra amount of money, what starts to market it is saying there’s original programming behind it,” she said. “That really drives subscriber growth. For us that still matters. Original programming will be a big part of what we’re looking to do in the year to come.”

Epix came out of the gate with a new drama, “Berlin Station,” a CIA thriller about what happens when classified information is leaked, and the comedy “Graves,” starring Nick Nolte as a former president who has no filter.

“We lucked into incredible timeliness,” Diaz said of both shows. “Any attention we can get for things being spoken about our programming is really important. For people to have awareness that we’re out there, that we’re a place to come for original programming.”

Epix tapped into that timeliness for its “Berlin Station” and “Graves” Emmy campaigns. The show’s “For Your Consideration” ads featured taglines that reflected current headlines, and also gave Emmy voters a free preview trial period during the voting window in June.

It’s those key scripted categories that networks desire recognition for in order to cut through the clutter, but by changing strategies, WGN and A&E will rely on the non-fiction categories for any Emmy glory.

“It’s really competitive and for those networks, they made the choices they did in terms of feeling like the equation didn’t make sense for them anymore, for what they were looking to do to build their businesses.” Diaz said.

WGN America, however, hopes to go out with a bang via its aggressive Emmy campaign for “Underground.” The drama, its cast, and its creative team were submitted in every eligible category, and TV Academy members were sent an elaborate mailer – including access to the network’s “For Your Consideration” site and episodes on DVD. An extensive campaign was also conducted in digital, print and social media.

“Nothing changed for us, except our strategy going forward,” said one exec.


http://www.indiewire.com/2017/07/emmys-epix-graves-berlin-station-wgn-america-ae-1201850281/

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Ich wünsche ihnen auf jeden Fall viel Glück! :daumen:

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