Emmy Winners 2010: Complete list & Events Update

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The star-studded Awards night for television – The 62nd Primetime Emmy Awards night – was finally over. It was indeed a show to remember especially that newcomers and unexpected shows won some of the major awards. This year’s Emmy Awards night was hosted by funny man Jimmy Fallon and made comic scenes all night long.

First off, Mad Men still remains strong. It bagged the awards for Best Drama Series as well as the Emmy for Best Writing in a drama series. Bryan Cranston and Kyra Sedgwick both secured the Best Actor and Actress awards for Drama series while Jim Parsons and Edie Falco for the Comedy series respectively.

A couple of  “unexpected” winners were witnessed on this year’s Emmy Awards. “Modern Family” won the Emmy for best comedy series defeating the musical hit show, Glee. The TV mini series “Temple Grandin” had dominated its category by winning a number of awards. It won the Emmy for the best made-for-TV movie and best actress in a miniseries category. Lastly, reality cooking show “Top Chef” grabbed the Emmy for Best reality competition program from the 7-year streak winner “The Amazing Race”.

Tonight’s Emmy awards which lasted for almost 3 hours had presented some of the best and worst dressed among Hollywood celebs. Best Supporting actress winner for comedy series, Jane Lynch, walked the red carpet “flawlessly” with her purple one-shoulder Ali Rahimi gown while Kim Kardashian and Lea Michele stunned spectators with their white and blue custom-made gowns respectively. On the other hand, January Jones received negative remarks for her Blue Versace Gown and hairstyle same as True Blood star Anna Paquin who went a little “far” with her gladiator-inspired gown.

Complete list of Emmy Winners for 2010:

  • Drama Series: “Mad Men,”
  • Comedy Series: “Modern Family,”
  • Actor, Drama Series: Bryan Cranston, “Breaking Bad,”
  • Actress, Drama Series: Kyra Sedgwick, “The Closer,”
  • Actor, Comedy Series: Jim Parsons, “The Big Bang Theory,”
  • Actress, Comedy Series: Edie Falco, “Nurse Jackie,”
  • Supporting Actor, Drama Series: Aaron Paul, “Breaking Bad,”
  • Supporting Actress, Drama Series: Archie Panjabi, “The Good Wife,”
  • Supporting Actor, Comedy Series: Eric Stonestreet, “Modern Family,”
  • Supporting Actress, Comedy Series: Jane Lynch, “Glee,”
  • Miniseries: “The Pacific,”
  • Made-for-TV Movie: “Temple Grandin,”
  • Actor, Miniseries or Movie: Al Pacino, “You Don’t Know Jack,”
  • Actress, Miniseries or Movie: Claire Danes, “Temple Grandin,”
  • Supporting Actor, Miniseries or Movie: David Strathairn, “Temple Grandin,”
  • Supporting Actress, Miniseries or Movie: Julia Ormond, “Temple Grandin,”
  • Directing for a Comedy Series: Ryan Murphy, “Glee,”
  • Directing, Drama Series: Steve Shill, “Dexter,”
  • Directing, Miniseries, Movie or Dramatic Special: Mick Jackson, “Temple Grandin,”
  • Directing, Variety, Music or Comedy Special: Bucky Gunts, “Vancouver 2010 Winter Games Opening Ceremony,”
  • Variety, Music or Comedy Series: “The Daily Show,”
  • Reality Competition Program: “Top Chef,”
  • Writing for Comedy Series: Steven Levitan, Christopher Lloyd, “Modern Family,”
  • Writing, Drama Series: Matthew Weiner and Erin Levy, “Mad Men,”
  • Writing, Miniseries, Movie or Dramatic Special: Adam Mazer, “You Don’t Know Jack,”
  • Writing, Variety, Music or Comedy Special: 63rd Annual Tony Awards

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