2005 Emmy Awards
Posted by George on September 18th, 2005

The 2005 Emmy Awards will be on tonight at 8:00 PM on the east coast. The host for this years Emmy will be Ellen DeGeneres who previously hosted the Emmy in 2001. The breakdown for this years Emmy are HBO with 93 nominations, CBS with 59, NBC with 54, ABC with 51 and following close behind is Fox with 49.

Here is a partial list of the nominations and as the show goes on it will be updated with the actual winners. My money is on Desperate Housewives to do some major damage.

Comedy Series
Arrested Development (FOX)
Desperate Housewives (ABC)
Everybody Loves Raymond (CBS) – Winner
Scrubs (NBC)
Will & Grace (NBC)

Lead Actor, Comedy Series
Jason Bateman – Arrested Development (FOX)
Zach Braff – Scrubs (NBC)
Eric McCormack – Will & Grace (ABC)
Ray Romano – Everybody Loves Raymond (CBS)
Tony Shalhoub – Monk (USA) – Winner

Supporting Actor, Comedy Series
Jeffrey Tambor – Arrested Development (FOX)
Brad Garrett – Everybody Loves Raymond (CBS) – Winner
Peter Boyle – Everybody Loves Raymond (CBS)
Jeremy Piven – Entourage (HBO)
Sean Hayes – Will & Grace (NBC)

Lead Actress, Comedy Series
Marcia Cross – Desperate Housewives (ABC)
Teri Hatcher – Desperate Housewives (ABC)
Patricia Heaton – Everybody Loves Raymond (CBS)
Felicity Huffman – Desperate Housewives (ABC) – Winner
Jane Kaczmarek – Malcolm In The Middle (FOX)

Supporting Actress, Comedy Series
Doris Roberts – Everybody Loves Raymond (CBS) – Winner
Jessica Walter – Arrested Development (FOX)
Holland Taylor – Two and a Half Men (CBS)
Conchata Ferrell – Two and a Half Men (CBS)
Megan Mullally – Will & Grace (NBC)

Directing, Comedy Series
Charles McDougall – Desperate Housewives (Pilot) (ABC) – Winner
David Frankel – Entourage (Pilot) (HBO)
Gary Halvorson – Everybody Loves Raymond (Finale) (CBS)
Randy Zisk – Monk (Mr. Monk Takes His Medicine) (USA)
James Burrows – Will & Grace (It’s a Dad, Dad, Dad, Dad World) (HBO)

Drama Series
Deadwood (HBO)
Lost (ABC) – Winner
Six Feet Under (HBO)
24 (FOX)
The West Wing (NBC)

Lead Actor, Drama Series
Hank Azaria – Huff (Showtime)
James Spader – Boston Legal (ABC) – Winner
Hugh Laurie – House (FOX)
Kiefer Sutherland – 24 (FOX)
Ian McShane – Deadwood (HBO)

Supporting Actor, Drama Series
William Shatner – Boston Legal (ABC) – Winner
Terry O’Quinn – Lost (ABC)
Naveen Andrews – Lost (ABC)
Oliver Platt – Huff (Showtime)
Alan Alda – The West Wing (NBC)

Lead Actress, Drama Series
Jennifer Garner – Alias (ABC)
Patricia Arquette – Medium (NBC) – Winner
Mariska Hargitay – Law and Order Special Victim’s Unit (NBC)
Glenn Close – The Shield (FX)
Frances Conroy – Six Feet Under (HBO)

Supporting Actress, Drama Series
Sandra Oh – Grey’s Anatomy (ABC)
Tyne Daly – Judging Amy (CBS)
Blythe Danner – Huff (Showtime) – Winner
CCH Pounder – The Shield (FX)
Stockard Channing – The West Wing (NBC)

Directing, Drama Series
Quentin Tarantino – CSI: Crime Scene Investigaton (Grave Danger) (HBO)
Gregg Fienberg – Deadwood (Complications) (HBO)
Peter Horton – Grey’s Anatomy (A Hard Day’s Night) (ABC)
J.J. Abrams – Lost (Pilot (Part 1 & Part 2) (ABC) – Winner
Peter Tolan – Rescue Me (Pilot) (FX)
Alex Graves – The West Wing (2162 Votes) (HBO)

Reality/Competition Program
The Amazing Race (CBS) – Winner
American Idol (FOX)
The Apprentice (NBC)
Project Runway (BRAVO)
Survivor (CBS)

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1 Comment to “2005 Emmy Awards”

  1. Posted by Kimberly Bell on June 29, 2010 @ 1:54 am

    boston legal is a great tv series which is based on courtroom drama*~~

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