Including this incredibly powerful piece by Travis Wall for "So You Think You Can Dance" (Adam Rose/FOX)

Here Are the 2020 Emmy Nominations for Outstanding Choreography

Our favorite season? Awards season, of course! Congratulations to the six choreographers who received Emmy nominations for their fabulous television work. This year, the Emmys thought outside the usual "So You Think You Can Dance" and "World of Dance" box, and we're delighted to see some of our fave choreographers getting recognition.

Here are all the works up for Emmys this year:

"I'll Be Seeing You," Al Blackstone, "So You Think You Can Dance"

Benjamin Castro and Anna Linstruth in "I'll Be Seeing You" (Adam Rose/FOX)

"Mambo Italiano," Al Blackstone, "So You Think You Can Dance"

Koine Iwasaki and Bailey Muñoz in "Mambo Italiano" (Adam Rose/FOX)

"The Girl From Ipanema," Al Blackstone, "So You Think You Can Dance"

Bailey Muñoz and Gino Cosculluela in "The Girl From Ipanema" (Adam Rose/FOX)

"Enough Is Enough," Travis Wall, "So You Think You Can Dance"

Season 16's Top 10 in "Enough Is Enough"

"Come Alive," Jemel McWilliams, The Oscars

Savage X Fenty Show, Parris Goebel

"Dos Jueyes," Jefferson Benjumea and Adrianita Avila, "World of Dance"

"El Ray Timbal," Jefferson Benjumea and Adrianita Avila, "World of Dance"

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