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The 57th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards Winners

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Here are the winners of this years Emmy Awards.

Lots of surprises this year. Made for a very interesting ceremony, even though Ellen DeGeneres was WASTED as a host.

Best Drama Series:
Lost

Best Comedy Series:
Everybody Loves Raymond

Best TV Movie:
Warm Springs

Best Miniseries:
The Lost Prince

Best Variety Series:
The Daily Show with Jon Stewart

Best Reality-Competition Program:
The Amazing Race

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Best Actor – Drama Series:
James Spader, Boston Legal

Best Actor – Comedy Series:
Tony Shalhoub, Monk

Best Actor – TV Movie/Miniseries:
Geoffrey Rush, The Life and Death of Peter Sellers

Best Actress – Drama Series:
Patricia Arquette, Medium

Best Actress – Comedy Series:
Felicity Huffman, Desperate Housewives

Best Actress – TV Movie/Miniseries:
S. Epatha Merkerson, Lackawanna Blues

Best Supporting Actor – Drama Series:
William Shatner, Boston Legal

Best Supporting Actor – Comedy Series:
Brad Garrett, Everybody Loves Raymond

Best Supporting Actor – TV Movie/Miniseries:
Paul Newman, Empire Falls

Best Supporting Actress – Drama Series:
Blythe Danner, Huff

Best Supporting Actress – Comedy Series:
Doris Roberts, Everybody Loves Raymond

Best Supporting Actress – TV Movie/Miniseries:
Jane Alexander, Warm Springs

Best Individual Performance – Variety:
Hugh Jackman, The 58th Annual Tony Awards

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Best Writing – Drama Series:
House – “Three Stories”

Best Writing – Comedy Series:
Arrested Development – “Righteous Brothers”

Best Writing – TV Movie/Miniseries:
The Life and Death of Peter Sellers

Best Writing – Variety:
The Daily Show with Jon Stewart

Best Directing – Drama Series:
Lost – “Pilot”

Best Directing – Comedy Series:
Desperate Housewives – “Pilot”

Best Directing – TV Movie/Miniseries:
The Life and Death of Peter Sellers

Best Directing – Variety:
The Games of the XVIII Olympiad – Opening Ceremony

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  • http://bonamassablog.us Joanie

    Were you really surprised by any of the wins?

    What about Ellen’s hosting? Yea or nay?

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