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If we look to television for more than entertainment, this Sunday, September 20, 2015 Emmy Awards ceremony had something for everyone. The masterful storytelling of television's second golden age rightfully was center stage, with leading with winners including "Game of Thrones," "Orange Is the New Black" and the final season of "Mad Men."


"Game of Thrones," the HBO fantasy epic, was named best drama for the first time in the highly-rated show's history, capping off a dominant night for the premium cable channel. HBO's "Veep," the political satire about a venal, put-upon vice-president turned president, was named best comedy. It was the first time a show other than "Modern Family" had won the award since 2009. Julia Louis-Dreyfus, the show's star, was named best actress in a comedy for the fourth year in a row. Viola Davis won for ABC's "How to Get Away With Murder," becoming the first African-American actress to win a best drama actress Emmy. Jon Hamm, the star of "Mad Men," put an end to a long Emmy drought, winning best actor in a drama in perhaps the most eagerly anticipated award of the night. Jeffrey Tambor, who stars as a patriarch undergoing gender transition in Amazon's "Transparent," won the Emmy for best actor in a comedy.

The 69th Annual Tony Awards recognized achievement in Broadway productions during the 2014–15 season. The ceremony was held at Radio City Music Hall in New York City on June 7, 2015, and broadcast live on CBS. Kristin Chenoweth and Alan Cumming hosted this year's ceremony.


It was a evening of stars at the 69th Annual TONY Awards with some surprise wins -- rather, vindication for dedicated fans who were excited to see favorites win across categories including Best Musical "Fun Home," Best Performance by a Leading Actress in a Musical: Kelli O'Hara, "The King & I," Best Performance by a Leading Actress in a Play: Helen Mirren, "The Audience," and Best Performance by an Actor in a Featured Role in a Musical: Christian Borle, "Something Rotten". The little musical that could, which began at the Public Theater in SoHo and has now swept the TONY Awards just a year later, "Fun Home" also took home the award for Best Performance By an Actor in a Leading Role in a Musical: Michael Cerveris; Best Direction of a Musical: Sam Gold; Best Book of a Musical: Lisa Kron; and Best Original Score: Lisa Kron, Jeanine Tesori.

The winners of the 72nd Golden Globe Awards for achievement in film and television were announced on Sunday, January 11, 2015 at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Los Angeles and aired live on the NBC Network. 


Hosts Tina Fay and Amy Poehler

"Boyhood" was the biggest winner of the night with three 2015 Golden Globe Awards: Best Motion Picture, Drama;  Best Supporting Actress (Patricia Arquette); and,  Best Director, Motion Picture (Richard Linklater).  Best Actor for a Motion Picture, Drama was awarded to Eddie Redmayne for the "The Theory of Everything" and Julianne Moore won Best Actress in a Motion Picture, Drama for "Still Alice." Best Motion Picture, Musical or Comedy went to "The Grand Budapest Hotel,"  Michael Keaton won Best Actor in a Motion Picture, Comedy or Musical for "The Birdman," and Amy Adams Best Actress for a Motion Picture, Musical or Comedy for "Big Eyes." Russia's "Leviathan" won Best Foreign Language Film and George Clooney received the coveted Cecil B. DeMille Award.

All eight best picture nominees won something at the 87th Oscars, but "Birdman" caused something of an upset, taking the Directing and Best Picture awards leaving hot favorite "Boyhood" with one lone prize, Best Supporting Actress for Patricia Arquette.  "Birdman" also nabbed wins for Original Screenplay and Best Cinematography for a total of four academy awards. "The Grand Budapest Hotel" also took home four honors: Original Score, Production Design, Costume Design, and Makeup and Hairstyling.  Eddie Redmayne won in the Best Actor category for "The Theory of Everything,"  and Julianne Moore won in the Best Actress category for "Still Alice".  "Whiplash" nabbed honors in three categories: Supporting Actor, Film Editing and Sound Mixing.  "Big Hero 6" claimed the win in the Animated Feature category. 


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On Monday, August 25, 2014, The Television Academy awarded the 66th Primetime Emmy® Awards from the Nokia Theatre L.A. LIVE in Los Angeles for programming which aired during the 2013-2014 season. Hosted by Seth Meyers, the 66th Emmy Awards ceremony presented the coveted statuette in 26 categories and was telecast live on NBC. In addition, Emmys in 80 other categories for programs and individual achievements were presented at the Creative Arts Awards on August 16, 2014, also from the Nokia Theatre.


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HBO was the top winner with 19 Academy Awards followed by CBS and PBS wioth 11 EMMYs respectively.