“Breaking Bad” took a grand slam on the Emmy Awards this morning.
The TV series was awarded with five awards, including for Best Drama Series and Best Actor.
– I want to thank my TV wife, Anna Gunn, and especially for our scenes in bed, joked Bryan Cranston when he received the statuette.
“Breaking Bad” could not have wished for a finer farewell to the television industry. Besides the prize for best drama and best lead role was assigned Crans Tones colleagues Aaron Paul and Anna Gunn award for best male and female supporting actor.
– Oh my God, “Breaking bath “has changed my life, ‘said a visibly moved Paul.
To Mr Cranstone he said:
– I have learned so much both on and off the TV. Thank you, thank you very much.
Kiss of Cranston
It was the second consecutive year that “Breaking Bad” won best drama.
This year was tipped especially “True Detective” to make a breakthrough but the series about a cancer patient teacher to support his family becoming drug dealers stood strong.
It also did “Modern Family” on the comedy side when the series won for the fifth year in row.
The award for best female actress in a comedy went to Julia Louis-Dreyfus “Veep.”
She was rewarded with a long, theatrical kiss from Cranstone.
– He was really in “Seinfeld,” began the 53-year-old actress thanks century.
“Great time for women on TV”
The prize for best drama actress went to Julianna Margulies “The Good Wife.”
– What a great time this is for women on television, she said.
On the male side was the award for best actor in a comedy series for the fourth time to Jim Parsons of “Big Bang Theory.”
Billy Crystal , 66, responded to an emotional tribute to his late friend, Robin Williams.
The tone was on the light that Williams created but it felt as if Crystal had to fight to hold back the emotions.
– He really made us laugh. I spent many hours with him on stage. I used to think that if I can just get on a saddle on him and keep time for eight seconds, it would be fine.
– In the nearly 40 years he was the brightest star in the comedy galaxy.
“I do not know what to say”
Stephen Colbert won best entertainment program with “The Colbert Report” while “The Normal Heart,” the drama about the early days of the AIDS crisis, took home the statuette for best TV movie.
The story is based on playwright Larry Kramer’s experiences. He suffers himself of AIDS, but was on the stage during the awards ceremony.
The TV series “Fargo,” which is based on the brothers Joel and Ethan Coen film, won for best miniseries.
Jessica Lange won best actress in a miniseries for “American Horror Story: coven.”
– I’m really surprised, she said, after having brought in his third Emmy.
– I do not know what to say.
Trains with industry
As the host of the gala was the comedian, TV host and SNL veteran Seth Meyers.
He took safe than uncertain and drove in his opening monologue with the industry rather than with individuals.
He made a big point of the gala for the first time since 1976, had been moved to a Monday.
– On TV series of language, that means we will be closed, he said.
Best Drama Series:
Best Actor, Drama Series
Bryan Cranston, “Breaking Bad “
Best Supporting Actor, Drama Series
Aaron Paul,” Breaking Bad “
Best Actress, Drama Series
Julianna Margulies, “The Good Wife”
Best Supporting Actress, Drama Series
Anna Gunn, “Breaking Bad “
Best Director, Drama Series
Cary Joji Fukunaga,” True Detective, “” Who goes there “
Best Screenplay, Drama Series
Moira Walley-Beckett, “Breaking Bad”, “Ozymandias”
Best Comedy Series
Best Actor, Comedy Series
Jim Parsons, “The Big Bang Theory”
Best Actress, Comedy Series
Julia Louis-Dreyfus, “Veep”
Best Supporting Actor, Comedy Series
Ty Burrell, “Modern Family”
Best Supporting Actress, Comedy Series
Allison Janney, “Mom”
Best Actress, Miniseries & amp; TV movie
Jessica Lange, “American Horror Story: Coven”
Best Actor, Miniseries & amp; TV movie
Benedict Cumberbatch, “Sherlock: His Last Vow”
Best Script, Comedy Series
” Louie, “” So Did the Fat Lady “(Louis CK)
Best Director, Comedy Series
Gail Mancuso,” Modern Family, “” Vegas ”
Best Director, Miniseries & amp; TV movie
Colin Bucksey, “Fargo”
Best TV movie
“The Normal Heart”
“The Colbert Report”
Best reality series competition
“The Amazing Race”
Best Screenplay, Miniseries & amp; TV movie
Steven Moffat, “Sherlock: His Last Vow”
Best Supporting Actress, Miniseries & amp; TV movie
Kathy Bates, “American Horror Story: Coven”
Best Supporting Actor, Miniseries & amp; TV movie
Martin Freeman, “Sherlock: His Last Vow”