On the night of Tuesday Danish time, the presentation of the International Emmy Awards took place in New York.
Among the winners in the main categories were productions from Great Britain and Australia.
British productions took home statuettes in the categories of best drama series, best comedy series and best miniseries.
It was the series ‘Vigil’, ‘Sex Education’ and ‘Help’ respectively that won the awards in those categories.
The Australian documentary series ‘Love on the Spectrum’ won the award for Best Unscripted Entertainment.
In the series, you follow a number of young people who are on the autism spectrum in search of great love.
In other words, it is especially the English-language productions that ran with great honours.
However, it was a French production that won the award for best documentary.
Namely the documentary series ‘Enfants de Daech, les damnés de la guerre’, which is about the children who are left to fend for themselves after their parents joined the Islamic State and died.
The American actor Penn Jillette was at the show, which took place at a Hilton hotel in Manhattan.
The International Emmy Awards are awarded to international television productions. Denmark has been nominated several times in the past, but was not represented at this year’s award ceremony.
Source: Politiken.dk – Forsiden by politiken.dk.
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