SINGAPORE, 27 SEPT 2012 – At this year’s 64th Primetime Emmy Awards, TV programs broadcasted by FOX International Channels (FIC) across Asia Pacific won 10 top Awards. As Asia’s leading pay-TV network, FIC brings to viewers some of the most popular channels in the region including FOX, home of all the top US series, and FOX Movies Premium, the premier destination for Hollywood blockbuster movies.
FOX Movie Premium’s Homeland and FOX’s Modern Family were the big winners of the night taking home 4 Awards each, including ‘Outstanding Drama Series’ and ‘Outstanding Comedy Series’ respectively. It is Modern Family’s third year in a row winning best comedy series, while Homeland broke Mad Men’s (FX) four year winning-streak on the best drama series award. Other highlights include American Horror Story, one of FX’s groundbreaking shows, taking home the award for ‘Outstanding Supporting Actress’ for Jessica Lange’s chilling performance; and Louie, another first and exclusive show from FX, winning ‘Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series.’
These stunning achievements at this year’s Primetime Emmy Awards reinforce FIC’s long-standing commitment to providing viewers in Asia with the best in entertainment content on television.
The full list of award-winning shows includes:
FOX Movies Premium – Homeland (4 Awards): Outstanding Drama Series, Outstanding Lead Actor – Damien Lewis, Outstanding Lead Actress – Claire Danes, and Outstanding Writing.
FOX -Modern Family (4 Awards): Outstanding Comedy Series, Outstanding Directing, Outstanding Supporting Actor – Eric Stonestreet, and Outstanding Supporting Actress – Julie Bowen.
FX – American Horror Story (1 Award): Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Miniseries or a Movie – Jessica Lange.
FX – Louie (1 Award): Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series.