Mayor Eric Garcetti today congratulated California and Los Angeles-based productions that won Emmys

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August 26, 2014




Mayor Eric Garcetti today congratulated California and Los Angeles-based productions that won Emmys last night.


“These winners confirm we are the entertainment capital of the world, but we can’t take that for granted. Other states and countries are luring away our entertainment industry and the middle class jobs it supports with powerful financial incentives and it’s imperative we fight back.”


The state legislature is currently debating a responsible increase in California’s film tax credit. Mayor Eric Garcetti has made protecting and expanding our entertainment industry a centerpiece of his administration because it is critical to the strength of our middle class. He has helped lead a statewide coalition of policymakers and business leaders to push for entertainment legislation and created the first-ever Mayor’s Office of Motion Picture and Television Production.


California and L.A. Based Productions (Source: Film LA)


Outstanding Comedy series


WINNER: “Modern Family” (ABC)


Outstanding Actor in a comedy


WINNER: Jim Parsons (“The Big Bang Theory”)


Outstanding Guest actor in a drama series


WINNER: Joe Morton (“Scandal”)


Outstanding Guest actress in a drama series


WINNER: Allison Janney (“Masters of Sex”)


Outstanding Supporting actor in a comedy series


WINNER: Ty Burrell (“Modern Family”)


Outstanding Directing for a comedy series


WINNER: Gail Mancuso (“Modern Family”)


Outstanding Variety special


WINNER: “AFI Life Achievement Award: A Tribute to Mel Brooks” (TNT)


Outstanding Writing for a variety special


WINNER: “Sarah Silverman: We Are Miracles” (HBO)


Outstanding Short-format live-action entertainment program


WINNER: “Between Two Ferns With Zach Galifianakis: President Barack Obama” (


Outstanding Children’s program


WINNER: “One Last Hug: Three Days at Grief Camp” (HBO)


Outstanding Host for a reality or reality-competition program


WINNER: Jane Lynch (“Hollywood Game Night”)


Outstanding Structured reality program


WINNER: “Shark Tank” (ABC)


Outstanding Animated program


WINNER: “Bob’s Burgers ” (Fox)


Outstanding Short-format animated program


WINNER: “Mickey Mouse” (Disney Channel)


Outstanding Character voice-over performance


WINNER: Harry Shearer (“The Simpsons”)


Outstanding Art direction for variety, nonfiction, reality or reality-competition program


WINNER: “The Oscars”


Outstanding Casting for a drama series


WINNER: “True Detective”


Outstanding Choreography


WINNER: Napoleon and Tabitha Dumo (“So You Think You Can Dance”)


Outstanding Multi-camera picture editing for a comedy series


WINNER: “The Big Bang Theory”


Outstanding Lighting design/lighting direction for a variety series


WINNER: “Dancing With the Stars”


Outstanding Music direction


WINNER: “The Beatles: The Night That Changed America”


Outstanding Sound mixing for a variety series or special


WINNER: “The 56th Grammy Awards”


Outstanding Stunt coordination for a comedy series or a variety program


WINNER: “Brooklyn Nine-Nine”


Outstanding Technical direction, camerawork, video control for a series


WINNER: “Dancing With the Stars”



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