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Emmys 2008: Main winners

The main winners at the 60th Primetime Emmy Awards, held at the Nokia Theatre, Los Angeles, on 21 September.

Tina Fey
Tina Fey won best actress in a comedy series and best comedy writer

Outstanding drama series
Mad Men

Outstanding comedy series
30 Rock

Outstanding host for a reality or reality-competition programme
Jeff Probst for Survivor

Outstanding lead actress in a comedy series
Tina Fey for 30 Rock

Outstanding lead actor in a drama series
Bryan Cranston for Breaking Bad

Outstanding lead actress in a drama series
Glenn Close for Damages

Outstanding lead actor in a comedy series
Alec Baldwin for 30 Rock

Outstanding lead actor in a mini-series or movie
Paul Giamatti for John Adams

Outstanding mini-series
John Adams

Outstanding reality competition programme
The Amazing Race

Outstanding supporting actress in a mini-series or movie
Eileen Atkins for Cranford

Outstanding supporting actor in a mini-series or movie
Tom Wilkinson for John Adams

Glenn Close
Glenn Close won best actress in a drama series

Outstanding made for television movie
Recount

Outstanding variety, music or comedy series
The Daily Show

Outstanding lead actress in a mini-series or movie
Laura Linney for John Adams

Outstanding supporting actress in a drama series
Dianne Wiest for In Treatment

Outstanding supporting actor in a drama series
Zeljko Ivanek for Damages

Outstanding supporting actress in a comedy series
Jean Smart for Samantha Who?

Outstanding supporting actor in a comedy series
Jeremy Piven for Entourage

Outstanding reality programme
Kathy Griffin: My Life on the D-List

Outstanding Variety, Music Or Comedy Special
Mr Warmth: The Don Rickles Project


SEE ALSO
TV satire wins four Emmy honours
22 Sep 08 |  Entertainment
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