NBCUniversal had another record-setting year at the 29th Annual Environmental Media Awards, continuing to demonstrate its leadership in sustainable production.

EMA Green and Gold Seals were awarded to fifty-one NBCUniversal television and feature film productions, up from thirty-eight last year. The EMA Green Seal program recognizes progress in sustainable production practices, including reuse and recycling, sustainable building materials, LED lighting, food donations and more. This is the fifth year in a row NBCUniversal has received the most EMA Green Seals of any producing studio.

Below is a complete list of the NBCUniversal 2019 EMA Green and Gold Seal recipients. Check out the Green is Universal Film and TV pages to learn how NBCUniversal’s filmmakers and crewmembers are reducing their environmental impact.

  • Universal Pictures: Cats, Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw*,The Hunt, Last Christmas*, Little*, Untitled UP Project, Us, The Voyage of Doctor Dolittle*, Yesterday*
  • Focus Features: Downton Abbey, Harriet
  • Universal Television: Abby’s, Amazing Stories*, A.P. Bio, The Bold Type, Brooklyn Nine-Nine*, Chicago Fire*, Chicago Med*, Chicago P.D. *, The Enemy Within*, FBI, Good Girls, The Good Place*, I Feel Bad, The InBetween*, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, Marlon, Midnight, Texas*, New Amsterdam*, Saturday Night Live, Superstore*, Tales of the City, The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, The Village*, Will & Grace
  • Universal Content Productions: The Act*, Channel Zero: The Dream Door*, Dirty John, Happy!, Homecoming*, The Magicians*, Pearson, Psych: The Movie 2*, The Sinner*, Suits*, The Umbrella Academy*
  • Universal Television Alternative: Making It, Hollywood Game Night, World of Dance
  • Wilshire Studios: People’s Choice Awards

*EMA Gold Seal winners, a higher tiered recognition for top performing productions

In addition, The Good Place (Season 3, Don’t Let the Good Life Pass You By) and Saturday Night Live (Season 44, Host Seth Meyers) were nominees in the Television Episodic Comedy category for their environmental messaging on screen.