Carrie Fisher Gets Posthumous Emmy Nod for ‘Catastrophe’
Carrie Fisher was nominated Thursday for a posthumous Emmy for her guest role in the third season of Amazon’s comedy series Catastrophe. Fisher finished her scenes for the season’s sixth episode shortly before her death in December. The late actress played Mia, the mother of lead actor Rob Delaney’s character Rob Norris. The 60-year old actress suffered a heart attack on a transatlantic flight and died in the hospital days later. Fisher previously earned Emmy nominations in 2008 and 2011.