Noteworthy Primetime Emmy Awards Moments Through Years [WATCH VIDEO]
For its 66th year, the annual celebration of the Primetime Emmy Awards continued to commemorate the best, brilliant and brightest in television. Let us recap the noteworthy Emmy Awards moments through the years. Read on to learn more this news story.
The Emmys is considered as the television counterpart of the Academy Awards for film, Grammy Awards for music and Tony Awards for stage. The 66th Primetime Emmy Awards was held on Monday, Aug. 25, 2014, at 8:00 p.m. on NBC. It was hosted by late show host and former “Saturday Night Live” star Seth Meyers.
Let us have look at the significant Emmy Awards moments through the years:
- It was in 1949 that the first annual Primetime Emmy Awards was held.
- Hollywood stars Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz attended the ceremony during the 1957 Emmy Awards.
- Bill Cosby continued to make his mark after he won for “I Spy” in 1966.
- Famed singer Barbra Streisand and her “My Name Is Barbra” won at the 1965 Emmy Awards.
- Mary Tyler Moore received a memorable kiss from Alan Alda at 1974 Emmy Awards.
- In 1981, Isabel Sanford has won Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series.
- “Dynasty” stars posed at the 1984 Emmys.
- In 1990, Emmys Ted Danson celebrated his win.
- In 1993, Emmys “Seinfeld” has won Outstanding Comedy Series award.
- In 2000, James Gandolfini has won for Lead Actor in a Drama Series, while “West Wing” won the Best Dramatic Series award.
- Ellen DeGeneres hosted the Emmys 2001.
- In 2004, Sarah Jessica Parker has won Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series.
- Bryan Cranston wins Best Actor award in 2008.
- In 2010, the entire cast of “Modern Family” celebrated Emmys win
- The comediennes united onstage, waiting to hear the winner of the Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy.
- At the 2013 Emmys, Tina Fey and Amy Poehler interrupted Neil Patrick Harris from their seats in the front row.
Additional information: Sheila Nevins has won the maximum number of awards individually (26). NBC leads the most wins for a network in every year with 1,012 awards. CBS is on second place with 910 awards. ABC with 704, HBO with 460, PBS with 318 and FOX with 163.
And that’s it for the noteworthy Primetime Emmy Awards moments. For more news and updates on the entertainment scene, stay tuned here on Movie News Guide (MNG).