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BBC's Little Dorrit sweeps Emmy Awards with 7 Wins

Little Dorrit gets more accolades as it won 3 more Emmys (they previously won their first four Creative Arts Emmy Awards last Sept. 12th) at Sunday night's telecast of the 61st Annual Prime Time Emmy Awards scoring a total of 7 Emmy wins! Unfortunately, Matthew Macfadyen (along with his Little Dorrit co-stars) were MIA at the awards show.

Once again, CONGRATS to MM and the cast and crew of Little Dorrit for their big Emmy wins!

Here's an article from UK's The Guardian:

The BBC's Dickenson adaptation Little Dorrit has outshone the best of US broadcasting to pick up seven Emmy awards, beating the advertising drama Mad Men and the sitcom 30 Rock to win more gongs than any other television series.

Little Dorrit, starring Matthew Macfadyen, Pam Ferris and Sir Tom Courtenay, was the surprise star of a glitzy show at Hollywood's Nokia Theatre, named as best mini-series and snapping up a brace of awards including outstanding writing, directing, art direction, costumes and cinematography.

Read full article here!

Here are all the categories that Little Dorrit won...

61st Annual Emmy Awards
  • Outstanding Mini-series
  • Outstanding Director, Mini-series, Movie or Drama Special - Dearbhla Walsh
  • Outstanding Writing, Mini-series - Andrew Davies

    Read Full list of Emmy Awards winners!

Creative Arts Emmys

  • Outstanding Casting for a Movie, Miniseries or Special: Little Dorrit, PBS
  • Outstanding Costumes for a Movie, Miniseries or a Special: Little Dorrit, PBS
  • Outstanding Cinematography for a Miniseries or Movie: Little Dorrit, Pt. 1, PBS
  • Outstanding Art Direction for a Miniseries or Movie

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