Which Companies Were Winners In This Year's Emmy Awards?
NBC aired the 66th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards Monday night from the Nokia (NYSE: NOK) Theatre in Los Angeles and hosted by Seth Meyers. Through the laughs, tears, make-out shocks and all-around fun, the winners triumphed, as most agree deservingly, for their creative endeavors.
Benzinga has compiled the ultimate list of 66th Annual Primetime Emmy and Creative Arts Emmy Awards, included tallies of what networks and corresponding parent companies brought home the most Emmy gold.
Primetime Emmy and Primetime Creative Arts Emmy Awards Tallied By Corporation
Time Warner (NYSE: TWX): 19
Comcast (NASDAQ: CMCSA): 12
Fox (NASDAQ: FOXA): 11
CBS (NYSE: CBS): 21
Disney (NYSE: DIS): 13
AMC (NYSE: AMC): 6
Netflix (NASDAQ: NFLX): 6
Discovery (NASDAQ: DISCA): 4
Starz (NASDAQ: STRZA): 2
Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL): 1
Google (NASDAQ: GOOGL): 1
Primetime Emmy and Primetime Creative Arts Emmy Awards Tallied By Network
(*Not included in tally by coperation.)
National Geographic: 6
Discovery Channel: 4
Disney Channel: 4
Cartoon Network: 3
Comedy Central: 3
Adult Swim: 1
AATOAA/Google Creative Lab/UNIT9: 1
The Big Wins
Outstanding Drama Series went to AMC's beloved "Breaking Bad." Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series was Julianna Margulies' for CBS' "The Good Wife," while Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series was Bryan Cranston -- another win for “Breaking Bad.” Outstanding Supporting Actor and Actress in a Drama also went to Aaron Paul and Anna Gunn, respectively, for the “Breaking Bad."
Outstanding Guest Actor in a Drama Series was Joe Morton's for ABC's “Scandal,” and Outstanding Guest Actress in a Drama Series went to Allison Janney for Showtime's “Masters of Sex." Outstanding Writing in a Drama Series went to Moira Walley-Beckett and earned “Breaking Bad” yet another trophy. Outstanding Directing in a Drama went to Cary Joji Fukunaga for HBO's breakout hit “True Detective.”
ABC's "Modern Family" took home Outstanding Comedy Series, while Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy went to Jim Parsons for his role on NBC's “The Big Bang Theory” and Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy went to Julia Louis-Dreyfus for HBO's “Veep.” Ty Burrell snagged Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy for “Modern Family,” while Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy went to Allison Janney for her role in CBS' “Mom.”
Outstanding Guest Actor and Actress in a Comedy went to Jimmy Fallon for NBC's “Saturday Night Live” and Uzo Aduba for Netflix's “Orange is the New Black,” respectively. Outstanding Directing for a Comedy went to Gail Mancuso for the immensely popular “Modern Family" and Outstanding Writing for a Comedy went to Louis C.K. for his work on the FX hit “Louie.”
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Outstanding Variety Series went to the Comedy Central's “The Colbert Report,” and Outstanding Writing for a Variety Special went to Sarah Silverman for her HBO special “We Are Miracles.” Outstanding Reality Competition Program went to CBS' “The Amazing Race” and Outstanding Television Movie went to HBO's AIDS crisis drama “The Normal Heart.” Outstanding Host for a Reality or Reality-Competition Program was Jane Lynch's for NBC's “Hollywood Game Night.”
Outstanding Directing For A Variety Special went to Glenn Weiss “67th Annual Tony Awards,” which aired on CBS.
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