Fallout TV Series Aims for Emmy Gold with Star-Studded Nominations

Get the inside scoop on the Fallout TV series' Emmy campaign, featuring exclusive nominations for Walton Goggins, Ella Purnell, and Aaron Moten.
Fallout TV Series Aims for Emmy Gold with Star-Studded Nominations

Fallout TV Series Emmy Campaign Kicks Off with Star-Studded Nominations

The highly anticipated TV adaptation of the popular video game series, Fallout, is gearing up for a strong Emmy campaign. Variety has exclusively learned that the show’s main actors, Walton Goggins, Ella Purnell, and Aaron Moten, are all in the running for top acting categories.

The ruins of Los Angeles

Set in an alternate history post-apocalyptic Earth, Fallout depicts the lives of survivors in Vaults, designed to preserve humanity following a nuclear catastrophe. More than two centuries later, a young woman named Lucy emerges from Vault 33 to explore a devastated Los Angeles.

“The eight episodes of Fallout premiere on April 11 on Prime Video.”

Goggins, who portrays the mutated gunslinger Cooper Howard, aka The Ghoul, is a strong contender for a lead acting nod. Purnell, who plays young Vault Dweller Lucy, is also in the running for a lead acting category. Meanwhile, Moten, who plays Maximus, the Brotherhood of Steel’s squire, aims for a supporting actor nod.

Walton Goggins as Cooper Howard, aka The Ghoul

The full list of 27 submissions for the Emmy campaign includes a range of categories, with actors and artisans having the option to submit themselves for consideration.

A devastated Los Angeles

With its gripping storyline and stunning visuals, Fallout is poised to make a big impact at the Emmys. Will the show’s talented cast and crew take home the coveted awards? Only time will tell.