Winners From the Awards Show on Sunday Night
Here are the winners of the 53rd annual nighttime Emmy Awards, as announced Sunday by the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. They cover programs aired from June 1, 2000, to May 31, 2001.
Comedy series: “Sex and the City,” HBO.
Drama series: “The West Wing,” NBC.
Miniseries: “Anne Frank,” ABC.
Movie: “Wit,” HBO.
Variety, music or comedy series: “Late Show With David Letterman,” CBS.
Variety, music or comedy special: “Cirque du Soleil’s Dralion,” Bravo.
Actor, comedy series: Eric McCormack, “Will & Grace,” NBC.
Actor, drama series: James Gandolfini, “The Sopranos,” HBO.
Actor, miniseries or movie: Kenneth Branagh, “Conspiracy,” HBO.
Actress, comedy series: Patricia Heaton, “Everybody Loves Raymond,” CBS.
Actress, drama series: Edie Falco, “The Sopranos,” HBO.
Actress, miniseries or movie: Judy Davis, “Life With Judy Garland: Me and My Shadows,” ABC.
Supporting actor, comedy series: Peter MacNicol, “Ally McBeal,” Fox.
Supporting actor, drama series: Bradley Whitford, “The West Wing,” NBC.
Supporting actor, miniseries or movie: Brian Cox, “Nuremberg,” TNT.
Supporting actress, comedy series: Doris Roberts, “Everybody Loves Raymond,” CBS.
Supporting actress, drama series: Allison Janney, “The West Wing,” NBC.
Supporting actress, miniseries or movie: Tammy Blanchard, “Life With Judy Garland: Me and My Shadows,” ABC.
Performance in a variety or music program: Barbra Streisand, “Barbra Streisand: Timeless,” Fox.
Comedy series: Alex Reid, “Malcolm in the Middle (Bowling),” Fox.
Drama series: Robin Green, Mitchell Burgess, “The Sopranos (Employee of the Month),” HBO.
Variety, music, or comedy program: Eric Drysdale, Jim Earl, Dan Goor, Charlie Grandy, J.R. Havlan, Tom Johnson, Kent Jones, Paul Mercurio, Chris Regan, Allison Silverman, Jon Stewart, “The Daily Show With Jon Stewart,” Comedy Central.
Miniseries or movie: Loring Mandel, “Conspiracy,” HBO.
Comedy series: Todd Holland, “Malcolm in the Middle (Bowling),” Fox.
Drama series: Thomas Schlamme, “The West Wing (In the Shadow of Two Gunmen, Parts 1 and 2),” NBC.
Variety or music program: David Mallet, “Cirque du Soleil’s Dralion,” Bravo.
Miniseries, movie or special: Mike Nichols, “Wit,” HBO.