Picks and Pans Review: Emmy Awards Preview
BEST DRAMA SERIES
The Sopranos (HBO) It's a real crime that the superb Mob chronicle has yet to win in this category.
BEST COMEDY SERIES
Arrested Development (FOX) The first-year show was TV's freshest and funniest sitcom. Why should it wait to be honored?
BEST ACTOR DRAMAJames Gandolfini, The Sopranos The big guy merits a fourth Emmy because he still makes us feel for Tony even as we fear him.
BEST ACTRESS, DRAMA
Amber Tamblyn, Joan of Arcadia (CBS) She may not have a prayer, but she shines as a teen pestered by God.
BEST ACTOR, COMEDY
Tony Shalhoub, Monk (USA) He rates a second straight win for his amazing work as the obsessive-compulsive sleuth.
BEST ACTRESS, COMEDY
Sarah Jessica Parker", Sex and the City (HBO) Carrie wound up with Mr. Big after many bumps in the road. Shouldn't Parker take home an Emmy after five losses?
BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR, DRAMA
Brad Dourif, Deadwood (HBO)
BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS, DRAMA
Robin Weigert, Deadwood
BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR, COMEDY
Jeffrey Tambor, Arrested Development
BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS, COMEDY
Kim Cattrall, Sex and the City
BEST MADE-FOR-TV MOVIE
Something the Lord Made (HBO)
Angels in America (HBO)
BEST ACTOR, MOVIE OR MINISERIES
Al Pacino, Angels in America
BEST ACTRESS, MOVIE OR MINISERIES
Meryl Streep, Angels in America
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