The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel

The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel is an American period comedy-drama television series, created by Amy Sherman-Palladino, that premiered on March 17, 2017, on Prime Video. The series stars Rachel Brosnahan as Miriam "Midge" Maisel, a housewife in late 1950s and early 1960s New York City who discovers she has a knack for stand-up comedy and pursues a career in it. The rest of the main cast consists of Alex Borstein, Michael Zegen, Marin Hinkle, Tony Shalhoub, Kevin Pollak, Caroline Aaron, and Jane Lynch. Following the premiere of the pilot episode to critical acclaim, the series was picked up by Amazon Studios. The second season was released on December 5, 2018, and the third was released on December 6, 2019.[1] The series was renewed for a fourth season on December 12, 2019.[2]

The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel
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Genre
Created byAmy Sherman-Palladino
Starring
Composer(s)
Country of originUnited States
Original language(s)English
No. of seasons3
No. of episodes26 (list of episodes)
Production
Executive producer(s)
Producer(s)
  • Dhana Gilbert
  • Matthew Shapiro
  • Salvatore Carino
  • Sheila Lawrence
Production location(s)New York City
Cinematography
Camera setupSingle-camera
Running time43–76 minutes
Production company(s)
Release
Original networkPrime Video
Picture format4K (UHDTV)
Audio format5.1 Dolby Digital
Original releaseMarch 17, 2017 (2017-03-17) –
present (present)
External links
Official website

The series has received critical acclaim and won the Golden Globe Award for Best Television Series – Musical or Comedy in 2017 and the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Comedy Series in 2018, with Sherman-Palladino receiving the awards for Outstanding Directing and Outstanding Writing at the latter ceremony. In addition, Brosnahan won the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series in 2018 and two consecutive Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Television Series Musical or Comedy in 2018 and 2019; Borstein has won the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series twice consecutively for her work on the series in 2018 and 2019 and Tony Shalhoub won Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series in 2019.

PlotEdit

Season 1Edit

In 1958, Miriam "Midge" Maisel is a young, upper class Jewish American housewife living on the Upper West Side of Manhattan. Her husband of four years, Joel, a businessman working at a plastics company, moonlights as a comedian at The Gaslight Cafe, copying more acclaimed comics' material. After one particularly mediocre performance, Joel leaves Midge for his secretary.

A dejected and drunken Midge goes back to the Gaslight where she delivers an impromptu set, confessing her predicament to the audience. While her bawdy delivery enthralls the audience, she gets arrested after flashing her breasts.

Midge meets comic Lenny Bruce, who has also been arrested for obscenity in his act. Midge is bailed out of jail, and she, in turn, bails out Bruce. Inspired to be a comedian herself, she teams up with Gaslight employee Susie Myerson, who becomes her manager.

After Midge and her two children move in with her parents, Rose and Abe, she lands a job at B. Altman, a high-end department store, working at the cosmetics counter. In addition to an income, the job provides material for Midge's act.

Midge visits New York clubs to study other comedians. She meets top comedian Sophie Lennon, who is completely unlike her frumpy on-stage character. Sophie advises Midge to develop her own stage persona, but Midge prefers performing as herself.

After Midge disparagingly reveals in her act that Sophie is actually a wealthy, snobbish socialite, she is blacklisted from every club in the city. However, with Susie and Lenny's help, Midge performs again and proves she can be a professional comic.

Joel secretly watches her act, and, dejected, realizes she is truly talented. After trying out various stage names, Midge settles on "Mrs. Maisel".

Season 2Edit

Midge's mother, Rose, moves to Paris after her New York social life falls apart. Initially oblivious to her departure, Midge and Abe attempt to persuade her to return home.

Back in New York, two thugs working for Sophie Lennon's manager abduct Susie. They end up befriending and then releasing her with a warning that others may come looking for her.

After enjoying life in Paris with and without Abe, Rose returns home after Abe promises to be more like his vacation self. He arranges for her to audit art classes at Columbia University, where he is a tenured mathematics professor. The family goes on their annual vacation at a Catskill Mountains resort.

Susie, upset that Midge will be away for two months, goes to the resort, and, impersonating a staff person, works on booking gigs in the area. She books Midge at a large hotel where she gives a sexually-charged performance, at first unaware that a stunned Abe is in the audience. Midge meets Benjamin Ettenberg, a successful New York doctor whom she starts dating.

With Abe the only family member knowing about her side-career, Midge continues performing. When she wants to skip an important gig because it is on Yom Kippur, Susie insists that Midge perform; Abe tells Midge it is time to tell the family.

Midge and Susie embark on a short comedy tour outside New York City. Susie books Midge for a spot on a telethon, where Midge meets Shy Baldwin, a famous singer. Susie learns that Sophie Lennon controls the show.

Still angry over Midge having exposed her real identity, Sophie gets her bumped to the telethon's late-night end slot. Emboldened by knowing fewer viewers are watching, Midge's all-out performance is a hit, lighting up the phones with last-minute donations. Her performance prompts Shy Baldwin to offer her a job as the opening act on his six-month tour throughout the United States and Europe, which Midge immediately accepts. Meanwhile, after Susie threatened her for her scheme against Midge and tired of her own act, Sophie asks Susie to be her manager, saying she wants a manager who will fight for her like Susie does for Midge.

Abe considers leaving Bell Labs and Columbia, fed up with their interference in his personal life. Benjamin proposes to Midge, despite her still being married to Joel. After watching Lenny Bruce's act about being alone, Midge ponders the personal cost of a full-time comedy career.

Joel's father Moishe gives Joel a large sum of money, wanting him to pursue whatever he wants to do in life. Joel decides he wants to open a night club.

Season 3Edit

After ending her engagement with Benjamin and a one night-stand with Joel, Midge kicks off a USO tour with Shy Baldwin, and meets his no-nonsense manager, Reggie. Susie and Midge briefly fall out over Susie managing Sophie Lennon, though Midge later relents, wanting Susie to be independently successful. Joel finds a suitable night club venue in Chinatown, but soon discovers the cheap rent is because an illegal casino operates in the basement. He begins seeing Mei, a woman who helped him procure the space. Mei assists Joel with other tasks, specifically obtaining the pending liquor license.

Abe's leaving Columbia University and Bell Labs has financial repercussions and forces the family to vacate their apartment, owned by Columbia. Rose requests her wealthy Oklahoma oil family increase her trust fund allowance, then cuts ties with them over their sexist attitudes. Having no other options, Abe and Rose stay at Moishe and Shirley Maisel's new house in Forest Hills, Queens.

Joel and Midge's divorce is finalized before Midge leaves for Las Vegas. After a lackluster opening night, Midge adapts to performing on the road. Sophie's desire to play the lead in Strindberg's play, Miss Julie, leads Susie to secure producers, a Broadway theater, and a notable male co-star. Joel visits Midge in Las Vegas while Susie is in New York. After a drunken night together, Midge and Joel wake up in bed together to discover that they got re-married. They mutually agree to divorce again.

During rehearsals, Sophie proves she is a talented dramatic actress, but becomes unnerved on opening night and reverts to her comic persona, ad libbing the dialogue. Critics savage the play, forcing its closure. Susie angrily lambastes Sophie for ruining her chance to be a serious actor.

Abe visits his old friend, Asher Friedman, a playwright blacklisted for Communist Party connections. Abe writes an article about Asher's unfair treatment that is published in The New York Times which leads to his being offered a job as a theater critic for The Village Voice.

Lenny Bruce, currently living in Miami, sees Midge while she is performing there. Lenny takes her along to a local live TV show he is appearing on. Lenny ends the night by telling Midge her act is "sensational". Midge discovers that Shy is secretly gay. He occasionally becomes depressed and sometimes disappears for days, missing performances. After one violent encounter, Midge gets Shy on stage, helping to hide his injuries. When the tour goes on hiatus while Shy recuperates, Midge does radio ads, though the pay is sometimes non-monetary. One opportunity for a nationally-aired ad endorsing a woman for public office backfires when Abe tells Midge that the candidate is an anti-Semitic, right-wing radical.

Midge wants her old Upper West Side apartment back, partially so her children can attend Manhattan schools. Moishe agrees to sell her the apartment, with Midge's tour contract as collateral. Meanwhile, Rose discovers she has a matchmaking talent for her friends' unmarried adult children.

Midge arrives for Joel's grand opening and does a short impromptu set when the band has some technical difficulties. After Susie loses most of Midge's earning on sports gambling, she turns over Midge's finances to Joel, knowing he is trustworthy. To repay Midge, Susie, along with her sister, commits insurance fraud by burning down their deceased mother's home.

At her Apollo Theater debut, Midge is reunited with Shy. Backstage, Midge is star-struck meeting Moms Mabley, but is dismayed that she has been billed above Mabley on the program as Shy's opening act. Believing she is not ready for the prestigious Apollo, Midge is stressed that the crowd will resent a white comic. Reggie suggests she discuss Shy and life on the tour in her act, unaware Midge knows that Shy is gay. Midge's gay-inferred jokes almost "out" him. When Susie and Midge later arrive at the airport, Reggie informs them that Shy has dropped Midge from the tour. Distraught, they plead to make amends but are left on the tarmac as the plane takes off.

Cast and charactersEdit

MainEdit

 
Rachel Brosnahan portrays the lead character Midge Maisel
Alex Borstein (Susie Myerson)
Midge Maisel's manager
Marin Hinkle (Rose Weissman)
Tony Shalhoub (Abe Weissman)
Midge Maisel's parents
  • Rachel Brosnahan as Miriam "Midge" Maisel (née Weissman), a Jewish American housewife who discovers her flair for stand-up comedy. After her husband leaves her, she finds a job as a make-up counter girl at B. Altman and starts performing stand-up comedy in clubs across New York.
  • Alex Borstein as Susie Myerson, an employee of The Gaslight Cafe and Midge's manager.
  • Michael Zegen as Joel Maisel, Midge's estranged husband, who leaves Midge for his secretary. He is also an aspiring stand-up comic, but only relies on the routines of Bob Newhart. A former employee of Tri-Borough Plastics, he leaves the company and ends up working with his father. Lenny Palmieri portrays a thirteen year old Joel in a guest appearance in the episode "Put That On Your Plate!".
  • Marin Hinkle as Rose Weissman (née Lehman), Midge's mother.
  • Tony Shalhoub as Abraham "Abe" Weissman, Midge's father, a mathematics professor at Columbia University and researcher at Bell Labs.
  • Kevin Pollak as Moishe Maisel (season 2–present, recurring season 1), Joel's father, the owner of Maisel and Roth Garment Company.
  • Caroline Aaron as Shirley Maisel (season 3–present, recurring seasons 1–2), Joel's mother.
  • Jane Lynch as Sophie Lennon (season 3–present, recurring season 2, guest season 1), a successful stand-up comic who relies on shticky gimmicks about her life in Queens and her frumpy appearance. In reality, she is a rich Manhattan aristocrat with refined taste and wears a fat suit on stage.

RecurringEdit

  • Nunzio and Matteo Pascale as Ethan Maisel, Midge and Joel's elder child.
  • Matilda Szydagis as Zelda, the Weissmans’ maid.
  • Brian Tarantina as Jackie, the emcee at The Gaslight.
  • Joel Johnstone as Archie Cleary, Imogene's husband and Joel's coworker.
  • Bailey De Young as Imogene Cleary, Midge's best friend.
  • Cynthia Darlow as Mrs. Moskowitz, Joel's secretary, former childhood nanny, and Penny's replacement.
  • Luke Kirby as Lenny Bruce, a well-known New York City comedian and close friend of Midge's.
  • Holly Curran as Penny Pann, Joel's former secretary and girlfriend.
  • Zachary Levi as Dr. Benjamin Ettenberg, a doctor whom Midge meets in the Catskills and later begins to date.
  • Will Brill as Noah Weissman, Midge's brother. He is secretly an analyst for the CIA.
  • Leroy McClain as Shy Baldwin, a singer who gives Midge her big break to be his opening act on tour
  • Colby Minifie as Ginger, a coworker of Midge's at B. Altman who works at the switchboard
  • Megan McGinnis as Loula
  • Jack O'Connell as Jerry
  • Erin Darke as Mary, one of Midge's coworkers at B. Altman
  • Lilli Stein as Vivian, one of Midge's coworkers at B. Altman
  • Wakeema Hollis as Harriet, one of Midge's coworkers at B. Altman
  • David Bluvband as Virgil
  • Joanna Glushak as Mrs. O'Toole, the floor supervisor at B. Altman
  • Justine Lupe as Astrid, Noah's wife and Midge's sister-in-law. She is very insecure about the fact that she was not born Jewish.
  • Patrick O'Neill as Oz
  • David Paymer as Harry Drake, a successful manager of comedians with clients including Sophie Lennon.
  • Brandon Uranowitz as Buzz Goldberg, the entertainment director at the Steiner Mountain Resort
  • Jacob Kemp as Samuel, the Weissmans' staff helper at Steiner Mountain Resort.
  • Jill Abramovitz as Stevie
  • Barbara Malley as Goldie, a hairdresser at the Steiner Mountain Resort beauty salon
  • Chris Chirdon as Don
  • Peggy J. Scott as Verla
  • Connor Ratliff as Chester, Susie's stalker at Steiner Mountain Resort
  • Logan Riley Bruner as Lance
  • Andrew Polk as Fred, an agent that Susie networks with for booking gigs with Midge
  • David Aaron Baker as Charles Connelly, Abe's boss at Bell Labs
  • Karl Miller as Devlin McClane, a colleague on Abe's research team at Bell Labs
  • Mary Testa as Drina Romanoff, a psychic that Rose frequents, until she leaves for the Bronx.
  • Frank L. Ridley as Sal
  • Cheryl Stern as Ida Ettenberg, Benjamin's mother
  • Nolan Gerard Funk as Josh, captain of the lifeguards at Steiner Mountain Resort
  • Laura Dreyfuss as Deecy, a staffer at Steiner Mountain Resort
  • Teddy Coluca as Manny, a worker at Maisel & Roth
  • John Scurti as Nicky
  • Max Casella as Michael Kessler, Midge's lawyer and a former activist acquaintance of Abe's.
  • Katrina Lenk as Cosma, a psychic that replaces Drina whom Rose begins to see
  • Christopher Fitzgerald as Bobby
  • Sterling K. Brown as Reggie, Shy Baldwin's manager
  • Stephanie Hsu as Mei Lin, a mysterious Chinese woman who has connections to an illegal gambling ring underneath Joel's new club
  • Liza Weil as Carole Keen, a bass player in Baldwin's orchestra who becomes a friendly mentor to Midge; she is very loosely modeled on renowned bassist Carol Kaye, though Kaye found the character an insulting representation.[3]
  • Cary Elwes as Gavin Hawk, Sophie Lennon's co-star in Miss Julie.
  • Jason Alexander as Asher Friedman

EpisodesEdit

SeasonEpisodesOriginally released
181March 17, 2017 (2017-03-17)
7November 29, 2017 (2017-11-29)
210December 5, 2018 (2018-12-05)
38December 6, 2019 (2019-12-06)

Season 1 (2017)Edit

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11"Pilot"Amy Sherman-PalladinoAmy Sherman-PalladinoMarch 17, 2017 (2017-03-17)
In 1958 New York City, Miriam "Midge" Maisel is a young, contented Jewish American housewife living on Manhattan's Upper West Side. Married for four years to Joel, who works at his uncle's plastics company, she enjoys a busy social life while raising her son and baby daughter. She also facilitates her untalented husband's weekly stand-up comedy routine at The Gaslight Cafe, mistakenly considering it their shared hobby while he dreams of becoming a professional comic. When Joel upends their idyllic life by leaving Midge for his secretary, her parents, Abe and Rose (Weissman), believe it must be Midge's failure. Midge drunkenly goes to the Gaslight in her nightgown and gets on stage. She unloads her misery onto the audience, entertaining them with her spontaneous and hilarious performance. After baring her breasts and performing without a cabaret license, Midge lands in a police car with comedian Lenny Bruce, who was arrested for using obscenity in his act. Susie Meyerson, the manager at The Gaslight, bails Midge out, later telling her she has a natural talent. The next morning, Midge bails out Lenny Bruce.
22"Ya Shivu v Bolshom Dome Na Kholme"Amy Sherman-PalladinoAmy Sherman-PalladinoNovember 29, 2017 (2017-11-29)
Midge and Joel's breakup upsets the Weissmans and the Maisels. In an effort to calm everyone, Midge invites her parents, her in-laws, Moishe and Shirley, and Joel to dinner at her apartment. Susie meets with Midge and encourages her to perform comedy, but Midge insists she will never get on stage again. Conflict erupts during the dinner and Joel's father announces that he plans to evict Midge and the children from her and Joel's apartment, saying he owns it. Midge, upset, leaves and returns to the Gaslight where she performs again and is arrested a second time for obscene language.
33"Because You Left"Daniel PalladinoDaniel PalladinoNovember 29, 2017 (2017-11-29)
Lenny Bruce bails Midge out of jail. Midge starts performing at the Gaslight, leaving her unknowing parents baffled by their daughter's new single life and late-night hours. Midge and Susie hire a lawyer to address Midge's arrests, but in court, Midge clashes with the judge and is found in contempt and put in jail until she pays a $200 fine. She calls Joel, who agrees to give her the money without knowing what it is for. Meanwhile, Joel's father, Moishe, accepts Abe's offer to buy half of Midge and Joel's apartment. Midge joins Lenny Bruce at the Village Vanguard, where she does a short set. Susie visits the Friars Club to talk with talent agent Harry Drake (played by David Paymer), who represents comic Sophie Lennon, about Midge's career. Joel wants to give their marriage another try but Midge turns him down.
44"The Disappointment of the Dionne Quintuplets"Amy Sherman-PalladinoAmy Sherman-PalladinoNovember 29, 2017 (2017-11-29)
When Joel and Midge's apartment is put on the market, Midge moves in with Abe and Rose. Abe, wanting to read, demands the TV be turned off when Midge's son, Ethan, is watching Howdy Doody. Midge suggests Abe buy a second TV for her room. Midge drops off Ethan at Joel's fancy new apartment, discovering he shares it with Penny Pann, his secretary/mistress. Midge is furious that he is living a nearly identical life as when they were married. Susie takes Midge to a used record store, owned by Virgil and Oz, to buy underground comedy records. Susie also takes Midge to different clubs to study other comics, including Red Skelton. Midge wants her and Susie to be friends, but Susie only wants a professional relationship. Midge keeps her budding comedy career secret from her family, but when she arrives home particularly late, Abe and Rose are angry. When Abe says he will not buy her a TV, Miriam decides to get a job so she can buy one herself.
55"Doink"Amy Sherman-PalladinoDaniel PalladinoNovember 29, 2017 (2017-11-29)
Midge lands a job at B. Altman at the cosmetics counter. Performing at the Gaslight, Midge fails to get laughs for the first time. She hires comedy writer Herb Smith (Wallace Shawn). When she bombs even worse using his material, Midge tells Susie she wants to give up on her stand-up career. Meanwhile, Joel takes Penny Pann to meet his parents, who are charming but consider her unsuitable for Joel. Joel's coworker, Archie, cancels a double date with Joel and Penny to a Broadway show because his wife, Imogene (Midge's close friend), refuses to go. Midge attends a party with her work friends and entertains the guests with an impromptu comic routine. Susie gets a telephone for her apartment and types her own business cards.
66"Mrs. X at the Gaslight"Scott EllisSheila LawrenceNovember 29, 2017 (2017-11-29)
Midge regularly entertains (unpaid) at parties hosted by her new B. Altman friends, performing alongside Randall (played by Nate Corddry), a comic who later introduces her to his William Morris agent. Abe, a Columbia University professor, is recruited to join Bell Labs. To celebrate, Midge, her parents, and Midge's brother, Noah, and his wife, Astrid (a gentile who converted to Judaism to ingratiate herself to the Weissmans), have dinner at a Chinese restaurant. The occasion is marred by Joel and Penny Pann, who happen to be there. Joel apologizes, then notices Midge no longer wears her wedding ring. Susie sternly tells Midge to quit entertaining at parties for free and start seriously pursuing a comedy career. She is angry that Midge met with the William Morris agent. Midge tearfully apologizes but insists that Susie needs to be supportive if they are to be professional partners. The two reconcile and agree to formalize their partnership. As the episode ends, Virgil and Oz from the record store are seen laughing at a tape of Midge's earlier comic performances. Not knowing her name, they label the tape as "Mrs. X at the Gaslight," intending to sell it.
77"Put That On Your Plate!"Daniel PalladinoDaniel PalladinoNovember 29, 2017 (2017-11-29)
Midge hones her comedy act and tries out different stage names while Susie works to get Midge to open for comedian Sophie Lennon. At work, Joel's ideas lead to promotion and a big raise. Abe brings home a surprise dinner guest — a divorce attorney. Rose is furious when Abe tells her that Midge refused to reconcile with Joel. Rose seeks consolation from Drina, her psychic, but Drina has vanished, replaced by "Madame Cosma." Joel, who has broken up with Penny Pann, tells Abe that he can now afford to support Midge and the children, though Abe notes there would be little left for Joel to live on. Midge visits Sophie Lennon (played by Jane Lynch), discovering that the beloved comedian "from Queens" is really a rich and arrogant graduate of Yale University. Onstage "Sophie" is a gimmick character in a fat suit and says female comics need a fake persona to succeed. As Midge leaves, Sophie forces a slightly used mink coat on her. Rose loudly demands to know where Midge got the coat when Midge meets her parents at synagogue. Later, at the Gaslight, Midge lampoons expectations imposed on female comedians, and ridicules Sophie Lennon, exposing her act in the process. Sophie's agent Harry Drake, in the audience to watch Midge perform, is furious, and threatens the terrified Susie by saying, "You're on my bad side!"
88"Thank You and Good Night"Amy Sherman-PalladinoAmy Sherman-PalladinoNovember 29, 2017 (2017-11-29)
At a bar, Susie and Midge get drunk and worry that Harry Drake will sabotage Midge's career after Midge lambasted Sophie Lennon in her act. The next day, a hungover Midge hosts Ethan's birthday party where she reconnects with Joel. They end up sleeping together in her childhood bedroom. It appears they may reconcile, but after Joel overhears a bootleg tape of Midge's boozy first Gaslight act while at Virgil and Oz's record store, he storms out upset. During a big company meeting, a deflated Joel announces he is quitting. Meanwhile, Midge has been blacklisted from most New York clubs. Susie begs Lenny Bruce to perform at the Gaslight to draw in crowds and help Midge. He agrees, and Midge's opening act is a huge hit. Joel shows up at the Gaslight and watches Midge's act. Stung by her unflattering comments about their marriage, he argues with Susie then dejectedly leaves the Gaslight. Outside, he attacks a heckler while proclaiming that Midge is great. Midge ends the act by introducing herself as, "Mrs. Maisel."

Season 2 (2018)Edit

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91"Simone"Amy Sherman-PalladinoAmy Sherman-PalladinoDecember 5, 2018 (2018-12-05)
Midge is demoted to switchboard operator after Penny Pan makes a scene at B. Altman, blaming Midge for Joel leaving her. When an unhappy Rose makes an impromptu move to Paris, Midge and Abe follow to persuade her to return home, but to no avail. Susie is abducted by two hoodlums working for Harry Drake as retaliation for Midge's dissing Sophie Lennon during her act. Susie befriends them after learning they are all from the same neighborhood. They release her, warning that other thugs may come looking for her. Midge calls Joel from Paris, wanting to reconcile; although he is supportive of her comedy career, he would feel uncomfortable being the subject of her stand-up routines.
102"Mid-way to Mid-town"Amy Sherman-PalladinoAmy Sherman-PalladinoDecember 5, 2018 (2018-12-05)
Midge lands a gig at a comedy club, but learns how difficult it is for female comics to be taken seriously. After the male comics demean her, she hilariously retaliates during her act. Meanwhile, in Paris, Rose and Abe acclimate to Parisian life while reconnecting with each other. Abe eventually convinces Rose it is time to return home. Back in New York, Joel, temporarily living with his parents, discovers several devious goings-on behind the scenes at Maisel & Roth, though his stubborn parents resist his proposed solutions. Joel shows Midge an apartment he wants for her and their children, adding that she would no longer have to work, but Midge vehemently declines his offer.
113"The Punishment Room"Scott EllisDaniel PalladinoDecember 5, 2018 (2018-12-05)
Midge receives a temporary promotion from switchboard operator to coat check girl, though things quickly go awry. She also helps plan her B. Altman friend Mary's wedding, but at the couple's reception, Midge impulsively gives a risqué speech and inadvertently reveals it is a shotgun wedding. Abe pulls strings for Rose to audit art classes at Columbia. However, Rose receives a shock on her first day in life-drawing class, then later finds herself and Abe in hot water with the dean after she disillusions her fellow female students about their dismal future prospects with an art degree. Joel decides to explore Shirley's "treasure maps", of where his parents have stashed money over the years. Susie berates Virgil and Oz after discovering the two are selling bootleg recordings of Midge's first Gaslight act at their record store.
124"We're Going to the Catskills!"Daniel PalladinoDaniel PalladinoDecember 5, 2018 (2018-12-05)
The Weissmans depart for their annual two-month vacation at Steiner's Resort in the Catskill Mountains. Joel and the Maisels are also vacationing there. Susie follows Midge to the resort, posing as a staff member while working to book Midge comedy gigs in the area. Joel inadvertently discovers Abe's secret early-morning exercise routine, embarrassing his father-in-law. Midge resists her parents maneuvering her into meeting Benjamin Ettenberg, an eligible New York doctor staying at the resort.
135"Midnight at the Concord"Amy Sherman-PalladinoAmy Sherman-PalladinoDecember 5, 2018 (2018-12-05)
Midge rushes back to New York when B. Altman calls, needing a temporary fill-in at the cosmetics counter. She also begins dating Benjamin, despite her original misgivings. After taking him to see Lenny Bruce perform, she reveals she is also a stand-up comic. She returns to the Catskills to perform at a hotel, discovering mid-act that Abe is in the audience.
146"Let's Face the Music and Dance"Daniel PalladinoDaniel PalladinoDecember 5, 2018 (2018-12-05)
Tension between Midge and Abe increases following his discovery that she is a stand-up comedian. To make matters worse, Abe discovers that Noah secretly works for the CIA and is warned to cease talking so much to others about his son. Joel continues adjusting to renewed bachelorhood. Susie becomes overly immersed in her Steiner resort staff persona.
157"Look, She Made a Hat"Jamie BabbitAmy Sherman-PalladinoDecember 5, 2018 (2018-12-05)
A well-known but eccentric artist propositions Midge after Benjamin introduces her to New York's art world. A Yom Kippur dinner on the anniversary of her and Joel's separation is filled with tension, as she finally divulges to her family that she has been pursuing a career in stand-up comedy. Needing funds for Midge's short comedy tour, Susie turns to her dysfunctional family for help.
168"Someday..."Jamie BabbitKate FodorDecember 5, 2018 (2018-12-05)
Midge and Susie hit the road on a short comedy tour in a vintage Model A Ford, belonging to Susie's mother that her sister "borrowed" for her. Touring is harder than either Midge or Susie expected. Joel intervenes on Midge's behalf when a club owner refuses to pay her. Midge wonders if her growing comic success is worth personal and family sacrifice.
179"Vote for Kennedy, Vote for Kennedy"Daniel PalladinoDaniel PalladinoDecember 5, 2018 (2018-12-05)
Midge's first television appearance on a fundraising telethon is marred when she and Susie discover that Sophie Lennon is also appearing. Sophie is still retaliating against Midge, unnerving Midge and enraging Susie, who angrily confronts Sophie. Joel becomes overly immersed in turning Maisel & Roth around. Joel's father offers him $60,000 to leave the company to instead pursue something he really wants to do in life. Joel considers opening a club. Abe is not as happy at Bell Labs as he originally thought he would be. After a still-vengeful Sophie used her influence to bump Midge down to the telethon's latest time slot, Midge turns a "punishment" into a huge hit.
1810"All Alone"Amy Sherman-PalladinoAmy Sherman-PalladinoDecember 5, 2018 (2018-12-05)
Rose visits her psychic who "sees" Midge in front of a large crowd, which Rose interprets as a wedding. A flashback shows Joel proposing to Midge (without first asking her father's permission). Meanwhile, Benjamin asks for Abe's consent to marry Midge, despite her still being married to Joel. Abe requires Ben to provide relatively intrusive personal details before consenting. Abe wants to quit Bell Labs and Columbia University to return to social activism. Sophie Lennon asks Susie to become her manager, saying no one fights for her like Susie does for Midge. Singing star Shy Baldwin invites Midge to be his open act his six-month tour in the US and Europe; she immediately accepts. After being pulled offstage for discussing pregnancy, a dejected Midge encounters Lenny Bruce in a bar. Lenny, equally dejected and nearly broke, says arrest warrants are out for him for using obscene language in his act. Lenny's All Alone monologue on The Steve Allen Show incites Midge's own fears of being successful but alone. Meanwhile, Abe gives his approval for Midge and Benjamin to marry. Midge goes to see Joel after Lenny's show, saying she needs to spend the night with someone who loves her.

Season 3 (2019)Edit

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TitleDirected byWritten byOriginal release date
191"Strike Up the Band"Amy Sherman-PalladinoAmy Sherman-PalladinoDecember 6, 2019 (2019-12-06)
Midge and Susie arrive for their first USO show with Shy Baldwin. Joel's father gives him a promising lead on a club venue in China Town. Susie gets an angry call from Sophie Lennon. Rose tells Abe that her trust fund allowance from her wealthy family has been supplementing their lifestyle. Midge has ended her engagement with Benjamin. Joel is initially impressed with his new nightclub location until he discovers there is an illegal Chinese gambling den downstairs. Midge and Susie are caught off guard when they are asked to attend a USO dance following the show, then find out they are only there to be dance partners with soldiers. Midge is furious that Susie has become Sophie's new manager. Abe catches Lenny Bruce's nightclub act, later supporting his quest for free speech.
202"It's the Sixties, Man!"Dan AttiasDaniel PalladinoDecember 6, 2019 (2019-12-06)
Midge continues to fume over Susie's managing Sophie Lennon until Susie points out she makes very little income managing only one client. Midge is further surprised to arrive home and find Abe with his new leftist friends, who more than make themselves comfortable there. Rose travels to Providence, Oklahoma, to request that her wealthy oil family increase her trust fund allowance. After being refused a place on the family board of directors because she is a woman, Rose cuts ties with them, leaving her without any income. Joel's nightclub landlords, communicating through translator Mei, attempt to bribe him to ignore the gambling den. Susie meets Reggie, Shy Baldwin's no-nonsense manager. Midge comes to terms with Susie over her managing Sophie.
213"Panty Pose"Daniel PalladinoDaniel PalladinoDecember 6, 2019 (2019-12-06)
Susie meets with Harry Drake and his lawyers regarding Sophie. Harry already has a contract with Sophie, prompting Susie to look for a loophole. Abe and Rose must bid their long-time home goodbye now that Abe no longer works for Columbia University, who owns the apartment. Shy and his entourage fly to Las Vegas. Midge's New York-oriented act receives an indifferent reception from the Vegas audience. Reggie continues tightly overseeing operations and protecting Shy. Mei is surprised to encounter Joel eating alone at a Chinese restaurant. Susie pushes a dejected Midge to perform a spontaneous stand-up act in the hotel's bar area. Abe and Rose arrive at the Maisels' new house in Queens.
224"Hands!"Daniel PalladinoDaniel PalladinoDecember 6, 2019 (2019-12-06)
Midge adapts her act for Las Vegas audiences. Homeless Abe and Rose settle in with Moishe and Shirley Maisel in Queens, but are soon annoyed by the Maisels' household routines. Susie sees Angie about Midge's paycheck, but is unnerved by the rough manner he appears to run his business. Joel and Archie are working on the new club when Mei arrives with a donated jukebox. Abe focuses on becoming a leftist rebel leader. Shy invites the women on the tour to an activity in the Nevada desert. Susie works to make Sophie's dream of performing in a serious play on Broadway a reality. Joel visits Midge in Vegas. After a drunken night, they awaken in bed together to discover they have remarried. They quickly agree to divorce.
235"It's Comedy or Cabbage"Amy Sherman-PalladinoAmy Sherman-PalladinoDecember 6, 2019 (2019-12-06)
Shy's tour performs the Fontainebleau Hotel in Miami Beach. Rose thinks Shirley has "corrupted" her maid, Zelda, who has become less subservient. Abe criticizes his rebel group's poorly-produced first leftist newspaper issue. Mei overhears Joel telling Archie about his ongoing difficulty in obtaining a liquor license. Susie returns to New York to support Sophie during her Broadway rehearsals of Strindberg's Miss Julie. Midge encounters newly-single Lenny Bruce, who is temporarily living in a Miami hotel; a few days later, a potentially romantic evening ends platonically. Lenny praises Midge's act.
246"Kind of Bleau"Amy Sherman-PalladinoAmy Sherman-PalladinoDecember 6, 2019 (2019-12-06)
The Weissmans temporarily escape Queens and the Maisels' noisily casual lifestyle by visiting Midge in Miami. She insists they watch her act, though Rose gets drunk during her set. Joel's liquor license predicament is quickly resolved, thanks to Mei, but it stirs an argument that appears to break them up. Initially-skeptical investors are impressed with Sophie's acting ability during rehearsals. When the rented theater for Sophie's play later cancels on them, Susie contacts her thug friends, Nicky and Frank, who use their "influence" to obtain another venue with better terms. Midge helps Shy Baldwin after he suffers a nasty scrape, including keeping his homosexuality secret, which would ruin his career if exposed.In Miami, after visiting an old playwright friend blacklisted early in the 1950s, Abe writes an article about the injustice.
257"Marvelous Radio"Daniel PalladinoDaniel PalladinoDecember 6, 2019 (2019-12-06)
Between legs of the Shy Baldwin tour, Midge, back in New York, takes on a series of radio gigs ranging from amusing to annoying, and with occasional odd payments. Abe is thrilled that The New York Times published his article. The Weissmans celebrate the bris of Noah and Astrid's baby. Susie's sports gambling habit worsens. Sophie Lennon's play opens on Broadway, but suffering stage fright during the performance, she deviates from her role and devolves into her stand-up comic character; amid terrible reviews, the play closes the next day. Susie angrily confronts Sophie for destroying an opportunity to be recognized as a serious actress.
268"A Jewish Girl Walks Into the Apollo…"Amy Sherman-PalladinoAmy Sherman-PalladinoDecember 6, 2019 (2019-12-06)
Midge and Joel disagree whether they can afford to send Ethan and Esther to an upper-class private school in Manhattan. Joel and Mei reconcile on the threshold of his club's grand opening. The opening is an initial success, but a subsequent technical problem forces the band offstage. Midge saves the night with an impromptu performance. Moishe agrees to sell Midge's former apartment back to her—-using her Shy Baldwin tour contract as collateral. Susie pays off her sports gambling debts with Midge's earnings, driving a desperate Susie to commit insurance fraud to repay the money. Susie later appoints Joel as sole manager of Midge's finances, knowing he is trustworthy. When someone objecting to Abe's article splatters him with tomatoes, he is pleased that his writing affects people; it also leads to an unexpected job offer as a theater critic for The Village Voice. Midge is stunned to be billed ahead of black comedy legend Moms Mabley (Wanda Sykes) on Shy's big showcase at Harlem's legendary Apollo Theater. Shy's manager Reggie suggests an anxious Midge just talk about Shy and the tour. Her improvised jokes about Shy's effeminate behavior wins over the tough Apollo audience, but Reggie kicks her off the tour for nearly outing Shy.

ProductionEdit

DevelopmentEdit

In developing the series, Amy Sherman-Palladino was inspired by childhood memories of her father, a standup comedian based in NYC, and an admiration for early female comics such as Joan Rivers and Totie Fields.[4][5][6]

On June 6, 2016, it was confirmed that Amazon had given the production a pilot order. The pilot episode was written by Sherman-Palladino, who also served as executive producer.[7] On March 2, 2017, it was reported that the pilot would premiere as a part of Amazon's Spring 2017 pilot season on March 17, 2017.[8] On April 10, 2017, Amazon gave the production a series order consisting of two seasons. The series was confirmed to be executive produced by Sherman-Palladino and Daniel Palladino with Dhana Gilbert serving as a producer.[9] On October 10, 2017, it was reported that the series would premiere on November 29, 2017.[10]

On May 20, 2018, Amazon renewed the series for a third season which will consist of eight episodes.[11][12] On October 24, 2018, it was announced that the second season would premiere on December 5, 2018.[13] On August 19, 2019, the release of the third season was announced for December 6, 2019.[1] One week after season three was released, Amazon renewed the show for a fourth season.[2]

CastingEdit

On August 5, 2016, Rachel Brosnahan was cast in the pilot's lead role.[14] In September 2016, it was reported that Tony Shalhoub and Michael Zegen had joined the pilot's main cast.[15][16] On October 6, 2016, Marin Hinkle was cast in one of the pilot's main roles.[17] In May 2017, it was reported that Joel Johnstone, Caroline Aaron, Kevin Pollak, and Bailey De Young were set to appear in recurring roles.[18][19]

On May 23, 2018, Zachary Levi was announced to appear in the second season in a recurring capacity.[20] On August 15, 2018, it was reported that Jane Lynch would reprise her role of Sophie Lennon in recurring capacity in season two.[21]

On April 15, 2019, it was announced that Sterling K. Brown would appear in the third season in an undisclosed role.[22] The October 14, 2019 release of the season's teaser trailer revealed that Liza Weil would also play an undisclosed character.[23]

FilmingEdit

 
The Gaslight Club location at 96 St. Mark's Place, Manhattan

Principal photography for the pilot took place from September 27 to October 14, 2016 in Manhattan.[24] Filming for the fourth season is scheduled to begin in January 2021.[25]

LocationsEdit

Exterior shots for the Gaslight Club were filmed in October 2016 outside 96 St. Mark's Place in the Lower East Side, the building that featured on the cover of Led Zeppelin's 1975 album Physical Graffiti. Residents of the building were reportedly unhappy about the disruption that the production would cause.[26]

Other New York locations included The Village Vanguard jazz club on Seventh Avenue South, a vintage record store on West 4th Street, and butcher's shop on Elizabeth Street in Little Italy that was also used as a filming location for the 1990 film The Godfather Part III. Exterior scenes set at the B. Altman department store were filmed at the B. Altman and Company Building at Fifth Avenue, while interiors were shot in a disused bank in Brooklyn.[27]

Scenes in season 2 set at the holiday resort in the Catskills were filmed on location at a holiday resort on the Oquaga Lake near Deposit. Paris scenes were filmed at various real-life locations in the 2nd arrondissement of Paris, and at the Musée Rodin at Hôtel Biron.[27] One of the hotels in season 3 was the Fontainebleau Miami Beach.[28]

OnersEdit

The show made frequent use of "oners", extended single-shot scenes. "Going to the Catskills" offers a 2-minute oner depicting Midge and her family getting rambunctiously resettled in their summer home in the Catskills. It included a half-dozen overlapping vignettes.[29] In "Strike Up the Band", in a 12-page scene Midge comes into their apartment to find her parents fighting, with her clothes scattered everywhere. In another, Midge and Susie ride in an open Jeep to an airplane hangar where Midge will later open for Shy. The camera follows them from the Jeep into the hangar, where soldiers manhandle her onto the stage, which she crosses while waving to the nearly 1,000 soldiers facing her before she is lifted back into the Jeep.[30]

DesignEdit

The "apartment" where Midge and her husband Joel live was created on the same set as the apartment where Midge's parents live, but with more modern (late-1950s) design, inspired in part by Doris Day movies, according to production designer Bill Groom.[31] The retro looking typeface used for the main title is called Sparkly and was designed by Stuart Sandler of Font Diner.[32] The show's distinctive designs and costumes (most notably, the women's hats and dresses) led the Paley Center for Media to offer an exhibit called "Making Maisel Marvelous" in 2019.[33]

ReleaseEdit

MarketingEdit

On October 10, 2017, the official trailer for the first season was released.[10] On August 9, 2018, a teaser trailer for the second season was released.[34] On October 24, 2018, the official trailer for season two was released.[13] From December 1–8, 2018, Amazon opened up a pop-up restaurant in Manhattan's Nolita neighborhood modeled after Carnegie Deli as it appeared during the 1950s. The restaurant served a menu much more limited than what was actually offered at the original deli with the only two sandwich options being "The Maisel" and "The Susie." Other items offered included mini knishes, black and white cookies, cheesecake, and pickles. As the restaurant was purely for promotional purposes, nothing on the menu cost more than 99 cents, and all the proceeds went to support the Lower Eastside Girls Club.[35]

In August 2019, to promote the show for the upcoming 71st Primetime Emmy Awards, Amazon partnered with various businesses in and around Santa Monica, California, to provide goods and services at 1959 prices. The offer to sell gasoline at $0.30 per gallon led to long queues and traffic jams in front of the gas station that offered the promotion, forcing police to intervene.[36][37]

PremiereEdit

On November 13, 2017, the series held its official premiere at the Village East Cinema in New York City.[38]

ReceptionEdit

In December 2019, two costumes from the series were accessioned by the National Museum of American History at the Smithsonian Institution.[39]

CriticsEdit

Season 1Edit

Critical response
Season Rotten Tomatoes Metacritic
1 94% (81 reviews)[40] 80 (27 reviews)[41]
2 92% (71 reviews)[42] 85 (24 reviews)[43]
3 82% (50 reviews)[44] 75 (19 reviews)[45]

On review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes, the first season holds a 94% approval rating, with an average rating of 7.43 out of 10 based on 81 reviews. The website's critical consensus reads, "The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel is an upbeat addition to Amazon's original offerings, propelled by a playful yet poignant performance by Rachel Brosnahan."[40] On Metacritic, the series has an average weighted score of 80 out of 100, based on 27 critics, indicating "generally favorable reviews".[41]

The pilot episode of The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel was one of Amazon Video's most successful ever, achieving an average viewer rating of 4.9 (out of 5).[9] The review of the pilot in The Guardian praised the combination of Sherman-Palladino's "banging dialogue and the utterly winning charm of Brosnahan",[46] while The A.V. Club praised the "outstanding" production design and said "this is a series that's as confident as its heroine—and what a heroine she is."[47] A critic for Slate called the episode "a knockout", stating that the stand-up element "introduces a welcome streak of discipline, both verbal and thematic, into Sherman-Palladino's charming but manic work."[48]

The Jerusalem Post highlighted the exceptionally well done "Jewishness" of the work, calling it a "comedic delight of a show, combining Sherman-Palladino's knack for witty dialogue with the colorful, rich world of 1950s New York and the intensity of family drama and changing times."[49] NPR similarly highlighted the effectiveness of the comedy in the show, calling it "a heroic fantasy."[50]

Season 2Edit

On Rotten Tomatoes, the second season holds a 92% approval rating, with an average rating of 8.25 out of 10 based on 71 reviews. The website's critical consensus reads, "Like Midge herself, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel charges full speed ahead in a second season brimming with warmth, empowerment, and a whole lot of laughs."[42] Metacritic assigned the season a score of 85 out of 100 based on 24 critics, indicating "universal acclaim".[43] Karen Lehrman Bloch called it "a timeless, transcendent work of art".[33]

Season 3Edit

On Rotten Tomatoes, the third season holds an 82% approval rating, with an average rating of 7.69 out of 10 based on 50 reviews. The website's critical consensus reads, "As visually spectacular as ever, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel's banter and pace still fly with comedic fury – but shallow social commentary and wandering storylines highlight the show's increasingly superficial tendencies."[44] Metacritic assigned the season a score of 75 out of 100 based on 19 critics, indicating "generally favorable reviews".[45] Alan Sepinwall of Rolling Stone wrote that it offered "a lot of energy and fancy footwork that often makes no sense".[51]

Awards and nominationsEdit

Year Award Category Nominee(s) Result Ref.
2018 Golden Globe Awards Best Television Series – Musical or Comedy The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel Won [52][53][54][55]
Best Actress – Television Series Musical or Comedy Rachel Brosnahan Won [56][57][58][59]
Critics' Choice Television Awards Best Comedy Series The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel Won [60]
Best Actress in a Comedy Series Rachel Brosnahan Won
Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series Alex Borstein Nominated
Producers Guild of America Awards Outstanding Producer of Episodic Television – Comedy Amy Sherman‐Palladino, Daniel Palladino, Dhana Rivera Gilbert & Sheila Lawrence Won [61][62]
Directors Guild of America Awards Outstanding Directorial Achievement for a Comedy Series Amy Sherman-Palladino (for "Pilot") Nominated [63]
Costume Designers Guild Awards Excellence in Period Television Donna Zakowska Nominated [64]
Location Managers Guild Awards Outstanding Locations in Period Television Amanda Foley-Burbank & Jose Guerrero Nominated [65]
Peabody Award Entertainment, children's and youth honoree The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel Won [66]
Television Critics Association Awards Individual Achievement in Comedy Rachel Brosnahan Won [67]
Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Comedy Series The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel Won [68][69]
Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series Rachel Brosnahan Won
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series Tony Shalhoub Nominated
Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series Alex Borstein Won
Outstanding Directing for a Comedy Series Amy Sherman-Palladino (for "Pilot") Won
Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series Won
Primetime Creative Arts Emmy Awards Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series Jane Lynch (for "Put That on Your Plate!") Nominated [69][70]
Outstanding Casting for a Comedy Series Meredith Tucker, Jeanie Bacharach & Cindy Tolan Won
Outstanding Cinematography for a Single Camera Series M. David Mullen (for "Pilot") Nominated
Outstanding Hairstyling for a Single Camera Series Francesca Paris, Christine Cantrell, Cassie Hurd & Reo Anderson (for "Pilot") Nominated
Outstanding Music Supervision Robin Urdang, Amy Sherman-Palladino & Daniel Palladino (for "Pilot") Won
Outstanding Period Costumes Donna Zakowska, Marina Rei, Ginnie Patton & Sheila Grover (for "The Disappointment of the Dionne Quintuplets") Nominated
Outstanding Production Design for a Narrative Period or Fantasy Program (One Hour or More) Bill Groom, Neil Prince & Ellen Christiansen (for "Ya Shivu v Bolshom Dome Na Kholme") Nominated
Outstanding Single-Camera Picture Editing for a Comedy Series Brian A. Kates (for "Pilot") Won
People's Choice Awards The Bingeworthy Show of 2018 The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel Shortlisted [71][72]
American Film Institute Awards Top 10 TV Programs of the Year The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel Won [73]
2019 Golden Globe Awards Best Television Series – Musical or Comedy The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel Nominated [74]
Best Actress – Television Series Musical or Comedy Rachel Brosnahan Won
Best Supporting Actress – Series, Miniseries or Television Film Alex Borstein Nominated
Dorian Awards TV Comedy of the Year The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel Nominated [75][76]
TV Performance of the Year – Actress Rachel Brosnahan Nominated
Critics' Choice Television Awards Best Comedy Series The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel Won [77]
Best Actress in a Comedy Series Rachel Brosnahan Won
Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series Tony Shalhoub Nominated
Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series Alex Borstein Won
Producers Guild of America Awards Outstanding Producer of Episodic Television – Comedy Amy Sherman‐Palladino, Daniel Palladino, Dhana Rivera Gilbert & Sheila Lawrence Won [78]
Screen Actors Guild Awards Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series Caroline Aaron, Alex Borstein, Rachel Brosnahan, Marin Hinkle, Zachary Levi, Kevin Pollak, Tony Shalhoub, Brian Tarantina & Michael Zegen Won [79]
Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Comedy Series Tony Shalhoub Won
Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Comedy Series Alex Borstein Nominated
Rachel Brosnahan Won
Artios Awards Outstanding Achievement in Casting – Television Pilot & First Season – Comedy Jeanie Bacharach, Cindy Tolan,
Anne Davison (Associate) & Betsy Fippinger (Associate)
Won [80]
American Cinema Editors Eddie Awards Best Edited Comedy Series for Non-Commercial Television Kate Sanford (for "Simone") Won [81]
Tim Streeto (for "We're Going to the Catskills!") Nominated
Art Directors Guild Awards Excellence in Production Design for a One-Hour Period or Fantasy Single-Camera Series Bill Groom (for "Simone" & "We're Going to the Catskills!") Won [82]
Directors Guild of America Awards Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Comedy Series Daniel Palladino (for "We're Going to the Catskills!") Nominated [83]
Amy Sherman-Palladino (for "All Alone") Nominated
American Society of Cinematographers Awards Outstanding Achievement in Cinematography for a Movie, Miniseries, or Pilot for Television M. David Mullen (for "Pilot") Nominated [84]
Cinema Audio Society Awards Outstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing for a Television Series – One Hour Mathew Price, Ron Bochar, Michael Miller, David Boulton & Steven Visscher (for "Vote for Kennedy, Vote for Kennedy") Won [85]
Make-Up Artists and Hair Stylists Guild Awards Television Series, Television Mini Series or Television New Media Series – Best Period and/or Character Make-up Patricia Regan, Claus Lulla & Joseph A. Campayno Won [86]
Television Series, Television Mini Series or Television New Media Series – Best Period and/or Character Hair Styling Jerry DeCarlo, Jon Jordan & Peg Schierholz Won
Golden Reel Awards Broadcast Media Longform Music / Musical Annette Kudrak (for "We're Going to the Catskills") Won [87]
Writers Guild of America Awards Television: Comedy Series Kate Fodor, Noah Gardenswartz, Jen Kirkman, Sheila Lawrence, Daniel Palladino & Amy Sherman-Palladino Won [88]
Costume Designers Guild Awards Excellence in Period Television Donna Zakowska Won [89]
Television Critics Association Awards Outstanding Achievement in Comedy The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel Nominated [90]
Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Comedy Series The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel Nominated [91]
Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series Rachel Brosnahan Nominated
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series Tony Shalhoub Won
Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series Alex Borstein Won
Marin Hinkle Nominated
Outstanding Directing for a Comedy Series Amy Sherman-Palladino (for "All Alone") Nominated
Daniel Palladino (for "We're Going to the Catskills!") Nominated
Primetime Creative Arts Emmy Awards Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series Luke Kirby (for "All Alone") Won [92]
Rufus Sewell (for "Look, She Made a Hat") Nominated
Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series Jane Lynch (for "Vote for Kennedy, Vote for Kennedy") Won
Outstanding Casting for a Comedy Series Cindy Tolan Nominated
Outstanding Cinematography for a Single-Camera Series (One Hour) M. David Mullen (for "Simone") Won
Outstanding Hairstyling for a Single Camera Series Jerry DeCarlo, Jon Jordan, Peg Schierholz, Christine Cantrell & Sabana Majeed (for "We're Going to the Catskills!") Won
Outstanding Make-up for a Single-Camera Series (Non-Prosthetic) Patricia Regan, Joseph Campayno & Claus Lulla (for "We're Going to the Catskills!") Nominated
Outstanding Music Supervision Robin Urdang, Amy Sherman-Palladino & Daniel Palladino (for "We're Going to the Catskills!") Won
Outstanding Period Costumes Donna Zakowska, Marina Reti & Tim McKelvey (for "We're Going to the Catskills!") Won
Outstanding Production Design for a Narrative Period or Fantasy Program (One Hour or More) Bill Groom, Neil Prince & Ellen Christiansen (for "Simone" & "We're Going to the Catskills!") Nominated
Outstanding Single-Camera Picture Editing for a Comedy Series Kate Sanford (for "Simone") Nominated
Tim Streeto (for "We're Going to the Catskills!") Nominated
Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Comedy or Drama Series (One Hour) Ron Bochar, Mathew Price, David Bolton & George A. Lara (for "Vote for Kennedy, Vote for Kennedy") Nominated
2020 Golden Globe Awards Best Television Series – Musical or Comedy The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel Nominated [93]
Best Actress – Television Series Musical or Comedy Rachel Brosnahan Nominated
Critics' Choice Television Awards Best Comedy Series The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel Nominated [94]
Best Actress in a Comedy Series Rachel Brosnahan Nominated
Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series Alex Borstein Won
Producers Guild of America Awards Outstanding Producer of Episodic Television – Comedy Amy Sherman-Palladino, Daniel Palladino, Dhana Gilbert, Daniel Goldfarb, Kate Fodor, Sono Patel & Matthew Shapiro Nominated [95]
Directors Guild of America Awards Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Comedy Series Dan Attias (for "It’s the Sixties, Man!") Nominated [96]
Daniel Palladino (for "Marvelous Radio") Nominated
Amy Sherman-Palladino (for "It’s Comedy or Cabbage") Nominated
Screen Actors Guild Awards Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series Caroline Aaron, Alex Borstein, Rachel Brosnahan, Marin Hinkle, Stephanie Hsu, Joel Johnstone, Jane Lynch, Leroy McClain, Kevin Pollak, Tony Shalhoub, Matilda Szydagis, Brian Tarantina & Michael Zegen Won [97]
Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Comedy Series Tony Shalhoub Won
Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Comedy Series Alex Borstein Nominated
Rachel Brosnahan Nominated
American Society of Cinematographers Awards Outstanding Achievement in Cinematography in Regular Series for Non-Commercial Television M. David Mullen (for "Simone") Nominated [98]
Costume Designers Guild Awards Excellence in Period Television Donna Zakowska (for "It's Comedy or Cabbage") Won [99]
Casting Society of America Television Series – Comedy Cindy Tolan, Juliette Ménager & Anne Davison Won [100]
Art Directors Guild Awards Excellence in Production Design for a One-Hour Period or Fantasy Single-Camera Series Bill Groom (for "Panty Pose" & "It's Comedy or Cabbage") Won [101]
Writers Guild of America Awards Television: Comedy Series Kate Fodor, Noah Gardenswartz, Daniel Goldfarb, Alison Leiby, Daniel Palladino, Sono Patel, Amy Sherman-Palladino & Jordan Temple Nominated [102]
Television: Episodic Comedy Amy Sherman-Palladino (for "It's Comedy or Cabbage") Nominated
Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Comedy Series The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel Nominated [103]
Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series Rachel Brosnahan Nominated
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series Tony Shalhoub Nominated
Sterling K. Brown Nominated
Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series Alex Borstein Nominated
Marin Hinkle Nominated
Outstanding Directing for a Comedy Series Amy Sherman-Palladino (for "It's Comedy or Cabbage") Nominated
Daniel Palladino (for "Marvelous Radio") Nominated
Primetime Creative Arts Emmy Awards Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series Luke Kirby (for "It's Comedy or Cabbage") Nominated [103]
Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series Wanda Sykes (for "A Jewish Girl Walks Into the Apollo...") Nominated
Outstanding Casting for a Comedy Series Cindy Tolan Nominated
Outstanding Cinematography for a Single-Camera Series (One Hour) M. David Mullen (for "It's Comedy or Cabbage") Won
Outstanding Music Supervision Robin Urdang, Amy Sherman-Palladino & Daniel Palladino (for "It's Comedy or Cabbage") Won
Outstanding Original Music and Lyrics Thomas Mizer & Curtis Moore (for "Strike Up the Band") Nominated
Outstanding Period and/or Character Hairstyling Kimberley Spiteri, Michael S. Ward & Tijen Osman (for "A Jewish Girl Walks Into the Apollo...") Nominated
Outstanding Period and/or Character Make-up (Non-Prosthetic) Patricia Regan, Claus Lulla, Joseph Campayno, Margot Boccia, Michael Laudati, Tomasina Smith, Roberto Baez & Alberto Machuca (for "It's Comedy or Cabbage") Won
Outstanding Period Costumes Donna Zakowska, Marina Reti, Sheila Grover & Ginnie Patton (for "It's Comedy or Cabbage") Nominated
Outstanding Production Design for a Narrative Period or Fantasy Program (One Hour or More) Bill Groom, Neil Prince & Ellen Christiansen (for "It's Comedy or Cabbage" & "A Jewish Girl Walks Into the Apollo...") Nominated
Outstanding Single-Camera Picture Editing for a Comedy Series Kate Sanford & Tim Streeto (for "A Jewish Girl Walks Into the Apollo...") Nominated
Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Comedy or Drama Series (One Hour) Mathew Price, Ron Bochar, George A. Lara & David Bolton (for "A Jewish Girl Walks Into the Apollo...") Won

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