Born This Way’s Emmy Nominations Prove Disability is a Winning Theme @Respect_Ability

The Hollywood Disability Inclusion


A&E’s critically acclaimed award-winning original docuseries Born This Way on A&E keeps adding up honors, with four more Emmy nominations this year, bringing the total to 13 nominations and three wins including the Emmy for Outstanding Unstructured Reality Series in 2016, and for Casting for a Reality Program and Cinematography for a Reality Program in 2017, all of which they are up for again this year.

Produced by Bunim/Murray Productions, this unscripted reality show follows a group of seven young adults with Down syndrome along with their family and friends. Because its focus is on showing their everyday lives, including employment, efforts for independent housing, relationships and more, Born this Way breaks down stigmas surrounding disability.

This year, Born This Way is nominated once again for Outstanding Unstructured Reality Program, Outstanding Casting for a Reality Program and Outstanding Cinematography for a Reality Program, as well as Outstanding Picture Editing for an Unstructured Reality Program.


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