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2006–2007 Primetime Emmy Awards

 
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  • Drama Series: The Sopranos (HBO)
  •  Actor: James Spader, Boston Legal
  •  Actress: Sally Field, Brothers & Sisters
  •  Supporting Actor: Terry O'Quinn, Lost
  •  Supporting Actress: Katherine Heigl, Grey's Anatomy
  •  Guest Actor: John Goodman, Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip
  •  Guest Actress: Leslie Caron, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit
  •  Directing: Alan Taylor, The Sopranos
  •  Writing: David Chase, The Sopranos
  • Comedy Series: 30 Rock (NBC)
  •  Actor: Ricky Gervais, Extras
  •  Actress: America Ferrera, Ugly Betty
  •  Supporting Actor: Jeremy Piven, Entourage
  •  Supporting Actress: Jaime Pressly, My Name Is Earl
  •  Guest Actor: Stanley Tucci, Monk
  •  Guest Actress: Elaine Stritch, 30 Rock
  •  Directing: Richard Shepard, Ugly Betty
  •  Writing: Greg Daniels, The Office
  • Variety, Music, or Comedy Series: Late Night With Conan O'Brien (NBC)
  •  Individual Performance: Tony Bennett, Tony Bennett: An American Classic
  • Outstanding Miniseries: Broken Trail (AMC)
  • Outstanding Made-for-Television Movie: Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee (HBO)
  • Actor in a Miniseries or Movie: Robert Duvall, Broken Trail
  • Actress in a Miniseries or Movie: Helen Mirren, Prime Suspect: The Final Act
  • Supporting Actor in a Miniseries or Movie: Thomas Haden Church, Broken Trail
  • Supporting Actress in a Miniseries or Movie: Judy Davis, The Starter Wife
  • Reality/Competition Program: The Amazing Race (CBS)
  • Reality Program: The Amazing Race (CBS)
  • Children's Program (tie): Private Worlds: Kids with Autism (Nickelodeon)
  • Nonfiction Series: Planet Earth (Discovery Channel)
  • Nonfiction Special: Ghosts of Abu Ghraib (HBO)
  • Animated Program (one hour or more): Where's Lazlo? (Cartoon Network)
  • Animated Program (one hour or less): South Park (Comedy Central)

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