19-2 snags International Emmy nomination

CBC docuseries Interrupt This Program is also up for an award from the International Academy of Television Arts and Sciences.
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Bravo’s police procedural 19-2 and CBC docuseries Interrupt This Program have each received International Emmy Awards nominations from the International Academy of Television Arts & Sciences.

For 19-2, which was nominated in the Best Drama category, the news comes just three days after it was announced that the series will end after its fourth season, which is currently in production in Montreal.

Produced by Sphere Media Plus and Echo Media for Bell Media’s Bravo, 19-2 is up against La Casa Del Mar (Argentina), Deutschland 83 (Germany) and Waiting for Jasmin (United Arab Emirates).

Interrupt This Program, meanwhile, received its nomination in the Best Arts Programming section, alongside Gabo (Colombia), The Man who Shot Hiroshima (Japan) and Gérard Depardieu: Grandeur Nature (France).

The half-hour series, which debuted in November 2015 and was renewed for a second season in March, is produced by Noble Television and Storypark for CBC.

In addition, 30 Vies – Samuel Pagé, produced by Aetios Productions in association with Ici Radio-Canada, was nominated in the category for best telenovela. The other projects in the category are Bridges of Love (Philippines)Rules of the Game (Brazil) and Hidden Truths (Brazil).