Game of Thrones has received 24 Emmy nominations and will go up against Downton Abbey, Mad Men, House of Cards for outstanding drama seriesRead the full story ›
Downton Abbey lead the British charge ahead of the Emmy Awards but the period drama could not compete with the gritty US shows.Read the full story ›
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British acting was applauded in last night's Emmy Awards, with Dame Maggie Smith and Homeland's Damien Lewis picking up gongsRead the full story ›
Downton Abbey actors Brendan Coyle, who plays valet John Bates, and Jim Carter, who plays the butler Carson, both missed out on Outstanding Supporting Actor In A Drama Series.
BBC's Sherlock stars Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman also were surpassed on Outstanding Lead Actor and Outstanding Supporting Actor In A Mini-series Or A Movie.
What an extraordinary honour to be in a category with these golden actors setting a gold standard in acting in a golden age of TV.
The cast that I work with who are delightful and enjoyable to dine with but especially to the two ladies who've suffered me the most, Claire Danes and Marina Baccarin. You're both beautiful and it's enjoyable working with you, every minute of it.
Damian Lewis has picked up an Emmy award for his portrayal of an American soldier in hit show Homeland.Read the full story ›
Downton Abbey's Dame Maggie Smith has won the Emmy Award for best supporting actress in a drama series.
Maggie Smith of Downton Abbey won the Emmy Award for best supporting actress in a drama series.
She plays the Countess of Grantham in the popular PBS series and has won two previous Emmys.
She beat Christina Hendricks of Mad Men, Anna Gunn of Breaking Bad, Joanne Froggatt of Downton Abbey, Christine Baranski of The Good Wife and Archie Panjabi of The Good Wife.