The event's highest award for television personnel in the United States; Emmy Awards, held in the Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles to witness the collapse of some categories of domination by a particular television show. Not only that, some surprises were over, and the success of the flagship which has been subscribed to repeat the achievement of the previous winners are also still presented.
Guided by the actor and comedian Jimmy Fallon, an event held on August 29 was attended not only the perpetrators of the television world, but also the other celebrity. AMC's flagship series, Mad Men, once again showed kedigdayaannya successfully won a Drama Series category. This is the third victory in a row since 2008 for the series are fictitious Matthew Weiner.
While for the comedy category, a new series of Modern Family surprised by successfully won the highest award, the Comedy Series, beating the flagship series that has won this category in the three previous events since 2007; 30 Rock. In total, the Modern Family has won six of the 14 nominations that the obtainment.
Serial successfully seized the attention of many parties so far this year, Glee, was 'only' managed to bring home four awards, including category of Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series for Jane Lynch. In fact, Glee is a comedy series category with the most nominations, the 19 nominations. Here is a list of Emmy Award winner in 2010.
winners 62nd Annual Primetime Emmy Awards
Drama Series - Mad Men (AMC)
Comedy Series - Modern Family (ABC)
Miniseries - The Pacific (HBO)
Made for Television Movie - Temple Grandin (HBO)
Reality-Competition Program - Top Chef (Bravo)
Lead Actor in a Drama Series - Bryan Cranston on Breaking Bad (AMC)
Lead Actress in a Drama Series - Kyra Sedgwick on The Closer (TNT)
Lead Actor in a Comedy Series - Jim Parsons on The Big Bang Theory (CBS)
Lead Actress in a Comedy Series - Edie Falco on Nurse Jackie (Showtime)
Lead Actor in a Miniseries or Movie - Al Pacino on You Don't Know Jack (HBO)
Lead Actress in a Miniseries or Movie - Claire Danes on Temple Grandin (HBO)
Supporting Actor in a Drama Series - Aaron Paul on Breaking Bad (AMC)
Supporting Actress in a Drama Series - Archie Panjabi on The Good Wife (CBS)
Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series - Eric Stonestreet on Modern Family (ABC)
Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series - Jane Lynch on Glee (Fox)
Supporting Actor in a Miniseries or Movie - David Strathairn on Temple Grandin (HBO)
Supporting Actress in a Miniseries or Movie - Julia Ormond on Temple Grandin (HBO)