THE HISTORIC WINS CONTINUE FOR SHOWTIME AS THE NETWORK TIES FOR ITS MOST WINS EVER WITH SEVEN PRIMETIME EMMY AWARDS
We are thrilled to announce that SHOWTIME was honored with seven Primetime Emmy Award wins in top categories at the 2013 Primetime Emmy Awards, tied for the most wins ever in the network’s history! For the second consecutive year, HOMELAND’s Claire Danes was honored for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series. Additionally, Laura Linney was recognized for THE BIG C: hereafter, Merritt Wever for her role on NURSE JACKIE, and Henry Bromell received a rare posthumous Emmy Award win for his writing on HOMELAND.
Additionally, SHOWTIME was honored with three Emmy Award wins at the Primetime Creative Arts Emmy Award Ceremony last weekend, with wins for Outstanding Sound Mixing for NURSE JACKIE, Outstanding Costumes for THE BORGIAS, and Outstanding Sound Mixing for Nonfiction Programming for the network’s acclaimed documentary HISTORY OF THE EAGLES.
The network scored 32 nominations this year across nine series, miniseries, interactive programs and documentaries, the most nominations ever in SHOWTIME history!