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mr_pikachu
19th September 2005, 02:08 AM
Primetime Emmys - Final Results


Comedy Series
Arrested Development ~ FOX
Desperate Housewives ~ ABC
Everybody Loves Raymond ~ CBS
Scrubs ~ NBC
Will & Grace ~ NBC

Drama Series
Deadwood ~ HBO
Lost ~ ABC
Six Feet Under ~ HBO
24 ~ FOX
The West Wing ~ NBC

Lead Actor, Drama Series
Hank Azaria - Huff ~ Showtime
James Spader - Boston Legal ~ ABC
Hugh Laurie - House ~ FOX
Kiefer Sutherland - 24 ~ FOX
Ian McShane - Deadwood ~ HBO

Lead Actor, Comedy Series
Jason Bateman - Arrested Development ~ FOX
Zach Braff - Scrubs ~ NBC
Eric McCormack - Will & Grace ~ ABC
Ray Romano - Everybody Loves Raymond ~ CBS
Tony Shalhoub - Monk ~ USA

Lead Actress, Comedy Series
Marcia Cross - Desperate Housewives ~ ABC
Teri Hatcher - Desperate Housewives ~ ABC
Patricia Heaton - Everybody Loves Raymond ~ CBS
Felicity Huffman - Desperate Housewives ~ ABC
Jane Kaczmarek - Malcolm In The Middle ~ FOX

Lead Actress, Drama Series
Jennifer Garner - Alias ~ ABC
Patricia Arquette - Medium ~ NBC
Mariska Hargitay - Law and Order Special Victim's Unit ~ NBC
Glenn Close - The Shield ~ FX
Frances Conroy - Six Feet Under ~ HBO

Miniseries
Elvis ~ CBS
Empire Falls ~ HBO
The 4400 ~ USA
The Lost Prince (Masterpiece Theatre) ~ PBS

Made for Television Movie
The Life and Death of Peter Sellers ~ HBO
Warm Springs ~ HBO
Lackawanna Blues ~ HBO
The Office Special ~ BBC America
The Wool Cap ~ TNT

Writing, Comedy Series
Barbie Adler -
Arrested Development (Sad Sack) ~ FOX
Brad Copeland -
Arrested Development (Sword of Destiny) ~ FOX
Mitchell Hurwitz, Jim Valley -
Arrested Development (The Righteous Brothers) ~ FOX
Marc Cherry -
Desperate Housewives (Pilot) ~ ABC
Philip Rosenthal, Ray Romano, Tucker Cawley, Lew Schneider, Steve Skrovan, Jeremy Stevens, Mike Royce, Aaron Shure, Tom Caltabiano, Leslie Caveny -
Everybody Loves Raymond (Finale) ~ CBS

Directing, Comedy Series
Charles McDougall -
Desperate Housewives (Pilot) ~ ABC
David Frankel -
Entourage (Pilot) ~ HBO
Gary Halvorson -
Everybody Loves Raymond (Finale) ~ CBS
Randy Zisk -
Monk (Mr. Monk Takes His Medicine) ~ USA
James Burrows -
Will & Grace (It's a Dad, Dad, Dad, Dad World) ~ HBO

Lead Actress, Miniseries or Movie
Blythe Danner - Back When We Were Grownups ~ CBS
Debra Winger - Dawn Anna ~ Lifetime
S. Epatha Merkerson - Lackawanna Blues ~ HBO
Halle Berry - Their Eyes Were Watching God ~ ABC
Cynthia Nixon - Warm Springs ~ HBO

Lead Actor, Miniseries or Movie
Jonathan Rhys Meyers - Elvis ~ CBS
Ed Harris - Empire Falls ~ HBO
Geoffrey Rush - The Life and Death of Peter Sellers ~ HBO
Kenneth Branagh - Warm Springs ~ HBO
William H. Macy - The Wool Cap ~ TNT

Directing, Miniseries, Movie or a Dramatic Special
Fred Schepiisi-
Empire Falls ~ HBO
George C. Wolfe -
Lackawanna Blues ~ HBO
Stephen Hopkins -
The Life and Death of Peter Sellers ~ HBO
Joseph Sargent -
Warm Springs ~ HBO

Writing, Miniseries or Movie
Richard Russo -
Empire Falls ~ HBO
Scott Peters, Rene Echevarria -
The 4400 ~ USA
Christopher Markus, Stephen McFeely -
The Life and Death of Peter Sellers ~ HBO
Ricky Gervais, Stephen Merchant -
The Office Special ~ BBC America
Margaret Nagle -
Warm Springs ~ HBO

Reality/Competition Program
The Amazing Race ~ CBS
American Idol ~ FOX
The Apprentice ~ NBC
Project Runway ~ BRAVO
Survivor ~ CBS

Supporting Actor, Comedy Series
Jeffrey Tambor - Arrested Development ~ FOX
Brad Garrett - Everybody Loves Raymond ~ CBS
Peter Boyle - Everybody Loves Raymond ~ CBS
Jeremy Piven - Entourage ~ HBO
Sean Hayes - Will & Grace ~ NBC

Supporting Actor, Drama Series
William Shatner - Boston Legal ~ ABC
Terry O'Quinn - Lost ~ ABC
Naveen Andrews - Lost ~ ABC
Oliver Platt - Huff ~ Showtime
Alan Alda - The West Wing ~ NBC

Supporting Actress, Drama Series
Sandra Oh - Grey’s Anatomy ~ ABC
Tyne Daly - Judging Amy ~ CBS
Blythe Danner - Huff ~ Showtime
CCH Pounder - The Shield ~ FX
Stockard Channing - The West Wing ~ NBC

Supporting Actor, Miniseries or Movie
Randy Quaid - Elvis ~ CBS
Paul Newman - Empire Falls ~ HBO
Phillip Seymour Hoffman - Empire Falls ~ HBO
Christopher Plummer - Our Fathers ~ Showtime
Brian Dennehy - Our Fathers ~ Showtime

Supporting Actress, Miniseries or Movie
Camryn Manheim - Elvis ~ CBS
Joanne Woodward - Empire Falls ~ HBO
Charlize Theron - The Life and Death of Peter Sellers ~ HBO
Jane Alexander - Warm Springs ~ HBO
Kathy Bates - Warm Springs ~ HBO

Writing, Variety, Music or Comedy Program
Da Ali G Show ~ HBO
The Daily Show With Jon Stewart ~ Comedy Central
Late Night With Conan O'Brien ~ NBC
The Late Show With David Letterman ~ CBS
Real Time with Bill Maher ~ HBO

Supporting Actress, Comedy Series
Doris Roberts - Everybody Loves Raymond ~ CBS
Jessica Walter - Arrested Development ~ FOX
Holland Taylor - Two and a Half Men ~ CBS
Conchata Ferrell - Two and a Half Men ~ CBS
Megan Mullally - Will & Grace ~ NBC

Variety, Music or Comedy Series
Da Ali G Show ~ HBO
The Daily Show With Jon Stewart ~ Comedy Central
Late Night With Conan O'Brien ~ NBC
Late Show With David Letterman ~ CBS
Real Time with Bill Maher ~ HBO

Directing, Drama Series
Quentin Tarantino -
CSI: Crime Scene Investigaton (Grave Danger) ~ HBO
Gregg Fienberg -
Deadwood (Complications) ~ HBO
Peter Horton -
Grey's Anatomy (A Hard Day's Night) ~ ABC
J.J. Abrams -
Lost (Pilot (Part 1 & Part 2)) ~ ABC
Peter Tolan -
Rescue Me (Pilot) ~ FX
Alex Graves -
The West Wing (2162 Votes) ~ HBO

Writing, Drama Series
David Shore -
House (Three Stories) ~ FOX
J.J. Abrams, Damon Lindelof, Jeffrey Lieber -
Lost (Pilot) ~ ABC
David Fury -
Lost (Walkabout) ~ ABC
Peter Tolan, Denis Leary -
Rescue Me (Pilot) ~ FX
George Pelecanos, David Simon -
The Wire (Middle Ground) ~ HBO





Primetime Wins Per Station

HBO - 7
ABC - 6
CBS - 5
FOX - 2
Comedy Central - 2
USA - 1
NBC - 1
PBS - 1
Showtime - 1


Overall Wins Per Station (includes Creative Arts Emmys)

HBO - 27
ABC - 16
CBS - 11
NBC - 10
PBS - 10
Cartoon Network - 7
FOX - 6
Comedy Central - 3
Showtime - 3
Nickelodeon - 2
USA - 1
A&E - 1
Discovery Channel - 1
Hallmark - 1


So, what did you think about the awards?

My thoughts? One, Desperate Housewives got WAY too many nominations for Best Writing, Comedy Series and Best Actress, Comedy Series. Two, having two categories called "Writing, Variety, Music or Comedy Program" and "Variety, Music or Comedy Series" was like giving a free Emmy to Jon Stewart. Wait, I'm sorry; it was giving a free Emmy to Jon Stewart.


EDIT: Corrected a few of the statistics.

Heald
19th September 2005, 01:04 PM
Desperate Housewives is trash and anyone who watches it ought to be gassed.

Austrian ViceMaster Alex
20th September 2005, 09:09 AM
Heh, Mr. Shatner won an Emmy, haven't even seen him in a movie or series in ages. Nice to learn he's still out there somewhere.

Maybe one of these days I'll also understand what people like so much about "Lost". Would have been a nice show, the idea is decent. But oh no, there had to be something mysterious and spoooky in the jungle. That's when it started to get retarded. They should have remained focusing solely on the different charactes and their interactions with each other and after season one they get rescued and all's well.

RedStarWarrior
20th September 2005, 09:33 AM
I am happy that the Daily Show earned some more Emmies. Jon Stewart is the only liberal I can always watch and enjoy.

GreenShirT
20th September 2005, 11:27 AM
I flicked on to Desperate House Wives one evening and found it to be some of the dullest viewing of my likfe. Once this kicked in I immediatley turned over.

Scrubs should have won the comedy award although Raymond is good and Lost beating 24? I dont think so...Jack Bauer Power 4 lyf!!