Sopranos snag 3 sag awards

Sopranos snag 3 sag awards

The Sopranos grabbed three straight wins Sunday night by dethroning The West Wing and the recently announced West End. The Sopranos earned all three wins: the first three seasons series wins and the season finale last year, both of which인터넷 바카라 were a one-off last night.

The Sopranos won the Golden Globe for outstanding ensemble drama, which will also include the final year of Community, for its drama The Return, from series producer Bryan Fuller. The Emmy voters also nominated the series for two outstanding guest actress nods, which include the series’ breakout Sarah Wayne Callies, plus her starring turn in the series’ fourth season. The Emmy nominations went to The Leftovers.

In the comedy category, the series nabbed the Golden Globe for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series for Richard Schiff, who won the trophy for his portrayal of David Chase. The Oscar came on the h에스엠 카지노eels of the nominations for best supporting actor for Seth Rogen (Fargo), Jake Gyllenhaal (Southland), Aaron Paul (The Danish우리카지노 Girl) and Matthew Rhys (Girlfight). The supporting actor trophy went to Jim Parsons (American Horror Story: Hotel), whose lead role was one of two in the series’ second season. Parsons, whose father, Michael, played an integral part in many of the series’ supporting characters’ lives, was also the guest actor for the series’ final season, which debuted to a stellar 2.3 rating among adults 18-49.

The Emmy-nominated season seven of The Sopranos will premiere on HBO Nov. 12.

Read our exclusive interview with Bryan Fuller and Michael Lombardo about “Sopranos” below:

ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: Bryan, with so much coming to you about this final season, I feel I can ask you about the final season. Tell me about where that series left its heels and made the jump from the original to the last. And it ended, just about, on what was going to be the last episode. I assume it was a surprise?

MICHAEL LAMBDA: I think so. We’re all familiar with the story. The idea is to move all of the actors to the center. We’re moving all of them with the actors who have the story arcs. To me that’s a big departure, because it would be more about character and drama, and we’re talking to some amazing people about that. That’s how we always begin a sho