While it didn’t get nominated for any awards that will be given out during the live broadcast next week, the series finale of “Star Trek: Voyager” did win two technical Emmys for the franchise in Saturday night’s taped ceremony.
“Endgame” took home two statuettes. Jay Chattaway won Outstanding Music Composition For A Series (Dramatic Underscore) while the entire special effects crew of Voyager won for Outstanding Special Visual Effects For A Series.
The crew that worked on “Endgame” included visual effects producer Dan Curry, visual effects supervisor Mitch Suskin and Ron Moore, visual effects coordinator Art Codron, visual effects compositor Steve Fong, matte artist Eric Chauvin, CGI supervisor Robert Bonchune, CGI artist John Teska and visual effects animator Greg Rainoff.
Voyager had two nominees in the Outstanding Music Composition For A Series category. The other was for “Workforce, Part 1.” Other nominees included “The Simpsons,” “The West Wing” and “Xena: Warrior Princess.”
In Outstanding Special Visual Effects For A Series, “Endgame” once again was pitted against “Workforce, Part 1.” Other nominees included “Dark Angel” and two nomination from “Stargate SG-1.”
Voyager received a total of eight nominations, while “The X-Files” received two and “Dark Angel” one. Other SyFy genre nominees in the technical categories included:
Cinematography For Single Camera Series: “This Is Not Happening,” The X-Files.
Costumes For A Series: Star Trek: Voyager.
Hairstyling For A Series: Star Trek: Voyager.
Makeup For A Series: Star Trek: Voyager, The X-Files.
Outstanding Sound Editing For A Series: Star Trek: Voyager.