2011 PRIMETIME EMMY AWARDS: FACTS & FIGURES

The 63rd Annual Primetime Emmy Awards, honoring the best in primetime television programming from June 1, 2010 until May 31, 2011, will be held at 8pm Eastern Daylight Time (UTC-4) on September 18, 2011, at the Nokia Theatre in Downtown Los Angeles, California. Fox is televising the ceremony within the United States. Actress Jane Lynch is hosting the Emmys for the first time.

SUMMARY OF “MOST” EMMYS AWARDS: FACTS  &  FIGURES

 Complete List of 2011 Emmy Awards Winners

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MOST EMMY NOMINATIONS FOR AN INDIVIDUAL:

Hector Ramirez: 64  (new record in 2011)

Jac Venza: 57

Sheila Nevins: 54

 

MOST EMMY NOMINATIONS FOR A PROGRAM:

Saturday Night Live: 142  (new record in 2011)

ER: 124

Cheers: 117

 

MOST EMMYS WON BY INDIVIDUALS:

Sheila Nevins: 22  (new record in 2011)

James L. Brooks: 20

Edward J. Greene: 20

 

MOST EMMYS WON BY A MALE PERFORMER:

Edward Asner: 7

Carl Reiner: 6 (as performer)

Tim Conway: 6

Art Carney: 6

 

MOST EMMYS WON BY A FEMALE PERFORMER:

Cloris Leachman: 8

Mary Tyler Moore: 7

 

MOST EMMYS WON BY A PERFORMER – SAME ROLE, SAME SERIES:

Candice Bergen (Murphy Brown): 5

Don Knotts (Andy Griffith Show): 5

 

MOST EMMYS WON BY A SERIES:

Frasier: 37

 

MOST EMMYS WON BY A MINISERIES:

John Adams (2008): 13

 

MOST EMMYS WON BY A MOVIE OF THE WEEK:

Eleanor and Franklin (1976): 11

 

MOST EMMYS WON IN A SINGLE YEAR BY A NETWORK:

CBS (1974): 44

 

MOST EMMYS WON BY A SERIES IN ITS FIRST SEASON:

The West Wing (2000): 9

 

MOST EMMYS WON BY A SERIES IN A SINGLE SEASON:

The West Wing (2000): 9

 

MOST EMMY WINS AS BEST DRAMA SERIES:

Hill Street Blues: 4

L.A. Law: 4

The West Wing: 4

 

MOST EMMY WINS AS BEST COMEDY SERIES:

Frasier: 5

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