Primetime Emmys 2013 Winners' List: Jim Parsons, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Laura Linney, 'The Voice', Jeff Daniels, Claire Danes, Jeff Daniels, Michael Douglas, 'The Colbert Report', 'Behind The Candelabra', 'Modern Family', 'Breaking Bad'

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Emmy Winners 2013

The 65th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards

Outstanding Supporting Actress In A Comedy Series
Nurse Jackie • Showtime • Showtime Presents, Lionsgate Television, A Caryn Mandabach Production, Clyde Phillips Productions, Jackson Group Entertainment
Merritt Wever as Zoey Barkow

Outstanding Writing For A Comedy Series
30 Rock • Last Lunch • NBC • Broadway Video and Little Stranger, Inc. in association with Universal Television
Tina Fey, Written by
Tracey Wigfield, Written by

Outstanding Supporting Actor In A Comedy Series
Veep • HBO • Dundee Productions in association with HBO Entertainment
Tony Hale as Gary Walsh

Outstanding Lead Actress In A Comedy Series
Veep • HBO • Dundee Productions in association with HBO Entertainment
Julia Louis-Dreyfus as Selina Meyer

Outstanding Directing For A Comedy Series
Modern Family • Arrested • ABC • Picador Productions & Steve Levitan Productions in association with 20th Century Fox Television
Gail Mancuso, Directed by

Outstanding Lead Actor In A Comedy Series
The Big Bang Theory • CBS • Chuck Lorre Productions, Inc. in association with Warner Bros. Television
Jim Parsons as Sheldon Cooper

Outstanding Lead Actress In A Miniseries Or A Movie
The Big C: Hereafter • Showtime • Showtime Presents, Sony Pictures Television, Perkins Street Productions, Farm Kid, Original Film
Laura Linney as Cathy Jamison

Outstanding Writing For A Drama Series
Homeland • Q&A • Showtime • Showtime Presents, Fox 21, Teakwood Lane Productions, Cherry Pie Productions, Keshet
Henry Bromell, Written by

Outstanding Supporting Actress In A Drama Series
Breaking Bad • AMC • Sony Pictures Television
Anna Gunn as Skyler White

Outstanding Reality-Competition Program
The Voice • NBC • One Three, Inc., Talpa Media USA, Inc. in association with Warner Horizon Television
John De Mol, Executive Producer
Mark Burnett, Executive Producer
Audrey Morrissey, Executive Producer
Stijn Bakkers, Executive Producer
Lee Metzger, Executive Producer
Chad Hines, Co-Executive Producer
Jim Roush, Co-Executive Producer
Amanda Zucker, Co-Executive Producer
Nicolle Yaron, Senior Supervising Producer
Mike Yurchuk, Senior Supervising Producer
Kyra Thompson, Supervising Producer
Teddy Valenti, Senior Producer
May Johnson, Producer
Carson Daly, Producer
Ashley Baumann, Producer
Keith Dinielli, Producer

Outstanding Supporting Actor In A Drama Series
Boardwalk Empire • HBO • Leverage, Closest to the Hole Productions, Sikelia Productions and Cold Front Productions in association with HBO Entertainment
Bobby Cannavale as Gyp Rosetti

Outstanding Lead Actor In A Drama Series
The Newsroom • HBO • HBO Entertainment
Jeff Daniels as Will McAvoy

Outstanding Lead Actress In A Drama Series
Homeland • Showtime • Showtime Presents, Fox 21, Teakwood Lane Productions, Cherry Pie Productions, Keshet
Claire Danes as Carrie Mathison

Outstanding Directing For A Drama Series
House Of Cards • Chapter 1 • Netflix • Donen/Fincher/Roth and Trigger Street Productions, Inc. in association with Media Rights Capital for Netflix
David Fincher, Directed by

Outstanding Writing For A Variety Series
The Colbert Report • Comedy Central • Hello Doggie, Inc. with Busboy Productions and Spartina Productions
Opus Moreschi, Head Writer
Stephen Colbert, Writer
Tom Purcell, Writer
Rich Dahm, Writer
Barry Julien, Writer
Michael Brumm, Writer
Rob Dubbin, Writer
Jay Katsir, Writer
Frank Lesser, Writer
Glenn Eichler, Writer
Meredith Scardino, Writer
Max Werner, Writer
Eric Drysdale, Writer
Dan Guterman, Writer
Paul Dinello, Writer
Nate Charny, Writer
Bobby Mort, Writer

Outstanding Directing For A Variety Series
Saturday Night Live • Host: Justin Timberlake • NBC • SNL Studios in association with Universal Television and Broadway Video
Don Roy King, Directed by

Outstanding Choreography
Dancing With The Stars • Routines: Hey Pachuco / Para Los Rumberos / Walking On Air • ABC • BBC Worldwide Productions
Derek Hough, Choreographer

Outstanding Variety Series
The Colbert Report • Comedy Central • Hello Doggie, Inc. with Busboy Productions and Spartina Productions
Stephen Colbert, Host/Executive Producer
Tom Purcell, Executive Producer
Jon Stewart, Executive Producer
Meredith Bennett, Co-Executive Producer
Rich Dahm, Co-Executive Producer
Barry Julien, Co-Executive Producer
Tanya Bracco, Supervising Producer
Emily Lazar, Supervising Producer
Paul Dinello, Supervising Producer
Matt Lappin, Supervising Producer

Outstanding Writing For A Miniseries, Movie Or A Dramatic Special
The Hour • BBC America • A Kudos Film and Television / BBC America
co-production
Abi Morgan, Written by

Outstanding Supporting Actor In A Miniseries Or A Movie
American Horror Story: Asylum • FX Networks • 20th Century Fox Television
James Cromwell as Dr. Arthur Arden

Outstanding Directing For A Miniseries, Movie Or A Dramatic Special
Behind The Candelabra • HBO • Jerry Weintraub Productions in association with HBO Films
Steven Soderbergh, Directed by

Outstanding Supporting Actress In A Miniseries Or A Movie
Political Animals • USA • Berlanti Productions and Laurence Mark Productions in association with Warner Horizon Television
Ellen Burstyn as Margaret Barrish Worthington

Outstanding Lead Actor In A Miniseries Or A Movie
Behind The Candelabra • HBO • Jerry Weintraub Productions in association with HBO Films
Michael Douglas as Liberace

Outstanding Miniseries Or Movie
Behind The Candelabra • HBO • Jerry Weintraub Productions in association with HBO Films
Jerry Weintraub, Executive Producer
Gregory Jacobs, Producer
Susan Ekins, Producer
Michael Polaire, Producer

Outstanding Comedy Series
Modern Family • ABC • Picador Productions & Steve Levitan Productions in association with 20th Century Fox Television
Steven Levitan, Executive Producer
Christopher Lloyd, Executive Producer
Danny Zuker, Executive Producer
Dan O’Shannon, Executive Producer
Bill Wrubel, Executive Producer
Paul Corrigan, Executive Producer
Brad Walsh, Executive Producer
Jeffrey Richman, Executive Producer
Abraham Higginbotham, Executive Producer
Jeff Morton, Executive Producer
Ben Karlin, Co-Executive Producer
Becky Mann, Producer
Audra Sielaff, Producer
Elaine Ko, Producer
Chris Smirnoff, Producer

Outstanding Drama Series
Breaking Bad • AMC • Sony Pictures Television
Vince Gilligan, Executive Producer
Mark Johnson, Executive Producer
Michelle MacLaren, Executive Producer
Melissa Bernstein, Co-Executive Producer
Sam Catlin, Co-Executive Producer
Peter Gould, Co-Executive Producer
George Mastras, Co-Executive Producer
Thomas Schnauz, Co-Executive Producer
Moira Walley-Beckett, Supervising Producer
Bryan Cranston, Producer
Diane Mercer, Producer
Stewart A. Lyons, Produced By

  1. Excuse me? Bryan Cranston is the best actor on TV since it was invented. What is Jeff Daniels in that obnoxious, one note, awful part on that terrible show doing up there?

  2. Jeff Daniels!? Give me a BREAKING BAD’S, Bryan Cranston, over THAT poor excuse as a…WHATEVER!!!!!!

  3. Clearly you have no taste in TV shows what so ever. The Newsroom provides a comprehensive analysis of what really goes on as stories break in real time. Clearly someone of your stature has no idea what good television is.

    1. I’ve never watched The Newsroom, and I love Cranston / BrBa, but I’m fairly certain those berating Jeff Daniels have no idea what they’re talking about, either.

    2. ‘comprehensive analysis’… dude, it’s fiction, it’s a TV show. Get a grip.

      I have to agree with Glen… The Newsroom is unwatchable. I gave it a try, watched the whole first season and felt no reason to return.

      Cranston is twice the actor, but Daniels spews that liberal clap-trap without breaking his stride and making it semi-believable, he’s earned the Emmy just for that alone.

  4. I thought Behind the Candelabra was such a bunch of sleazy crap. Hardly great filmmaking. Pulpy and ridiculous to be sure. The Emmys love their movie stars.

  5. Bryan Cranston was the best actor. Jeff Daniels. I hate that show. How can these peole who vote get it so wrong. Walter Whitescharacter is amazing

  6. Way to go Derek Hough. Everyone who has seen DWTS knows you are the most talented pro on the show. Now the whole world knows just how talented you really are. Congrats!

  7. Yes Jeff Daniels is a phenomenal actor and newsroom is a fantastic drama serious… But Bryan Cranston has me giving standing ovations in my living room after every episode. It’s a series you can buy and watch from the begining again and again and still ceases to amaze everytime. Without him breaking bad would never even of been nominated.

  8. I for one am pleased to see Jeff Daniels won. Couldn’t have happened to a nicer guy and a more consistent actor. “Breaking Bad” got its due. I’m pleased that “The Newsroom” did as well. It covers an important subject. And Jeff’s comments about Sorkin’s writing are right on the money. Why penalize Jeff Daniels for not being Bryan Cranston and vice verse? Why penalize “Breaking Bad” for not being “The Newsroom”? It’s particularly pleasing to see an actor who makes it look easy – which it isn’t – “the art of concealing art” – getting the long overdue recognition he’s deserved. Plus the man is genuinely humble. In reference to “the art of concealing art,” and making it all look so easy, applies to the entire cast of “Mad Men” most particularly Jon Hamm and John Slattery. Pleased to see Tina Fey got another doorstop too.

    The Emmys. They often pay tribute to the long-running series when they’re going. And pave the way for the new ones. If you step back one of the nicest things about them…In the final analysis they’re comprehensively egalitarian about pursuing quality on television generally.

  9. While Brian Cranston is a terrific actor, he’s not even the best in that show. Aaron Paul stole numerous episodes

  10. Kerry Washington AND shonda rimes just too much for the hard core card carrying racists to even entertain a nominnation

  11. I have watched Breaking Bad, it’s very well done…….and Mr Cranston is excellent and has numerous awards.
    But it’s not my thing, and frankly I’m kind of tired of hearing about it. I know it appeals to the masses.
    I do watch The Newsroom
    It’s very smart and very well written.
    While I haven’t really liked Mr Sorkin’s heavy handed writing in the past, it really works here.
    But you have to invest in the show. You have to know what’s going on in the word. You have to think…… And most tv viewers are lazy.
    Jeff Daniels is the heart of the show and he is brilliantly understated.
    So unless you have invested in the show and seen how cleverly it weaves factual news stories with fictional characters you may not understand its appeal to viewers who want something a little more stimulating.

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