Eater received a total of six Emmy nominations for 2021, across the 48th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards and the 64th Annual New York Emmy Awards, all of which were announced late June. Four of the six nominations are for Eater’s award-winning video team, including the series Mise en Place in the category of Outstanding Culinary Series for Daytime and three nominations for the Best Long Form Informational/Instructional Content category for New York. (A full list of the nominations are below.)
Eater’s Hulu Series, Eater’s Guide to the World, earned two Daytime Emmy nominations, for Outstanding Single Camera Editing and Outstanding Directing Team for a Single Camera Daytime Non-Fiction Program. Eater’s Guide to the World premiered in November 2020, with each episode showcasing a new, food-filled side of a locale like LA, New York, and Costa Rica.
Eater already has three New York Emmys including a 2020 Best Human Interest Program or Special award for “How One Of America’s Coolest Ice Cream Brands Was Built,” part of the Queer Table series. Winners for the 2021 Daytime Emmy Awards will be announced on Saturday, July 17, and winners for the New York Emmy Awards in September.
Daytime Emmy Award Nominations
Outstanding Culinary Series: Mise en Place
Mise En Place is produced by Daniel Geneen, along with coordinating producer Stefania Orrù, senior supervising producer McGraw Wolfman, and executive producer Stephen B. Pelletteri.
Outstanding Single Camera Editing: Eater’s Guide to the World
Outstanding Directing Team for a Single Camera Daytime Non-Fiction Program: Eater’s Guide to the World
New York Emmy Awards Nominations
Informational/Instructional Long Form Content:
“How Steven Wong Moves 80,000 Pounds of Lobster a Week”
This episode of Vendors was produced by McGraw Wolfman. It was also created by Murilo Ferreira who was on camera, editor Jay Simms, coordinating producer Stefania Orrù, and executive Producer: Stephen B. Pelletteri.
“How a Former Rocket Scientist Makes the Best Copper Pots in America”
This episode of Handmade, which won a 2020 James Beard award, was produced by Carla Francescutti. It was co-created by Murilo Ferreira on camera, coordinating producer Stefania Orrù, development producer McGraw Wolfman, and executive producer Stephen B. Pelletteri.
“How a Master Sushi Chef Butchers a 250-Pound Bluefin Tuna”
This episode of Omakase was produced and directed by Pelin Keskin, along with Francesca Manto on camera, editor Connor Reid, coordinating producer Stefania Orrù, development producer McGraw Wolfman, and executive producer Stephen B. Pelletteri.