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'Normal Heart' WINS Emmy for Best TV Movie

'Normal Heart' WINS Emmy for Best TV Movie

The Normal Heart was the big winner in the Outstanding Television Movie category at the 2014 Emmy Awards held at the Nokia Theatre L.A. Live on Monday (August 25) in Los Angeles.

The movie was nominated for nine awards at the show tonight, including acting honors for Mark Ruffalo, Julia Roberts, Jim Parsons, Joe Mantello, Alfred Molina, and Matt Bomer. Unfortunately none of the actors won in their categories.

Director and producer Ryan Murphy accepted the award on behalf of the cast and crew.

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  • BONNIE

    I THINK IT WAS RIGHT ON WITH WINNING….I FEEL THE ACTORS WERE INCREDIBLE AND SHOULD HAVE WON AS WELL… NOTHING CAN HOLD A CANDLE TO THAT MOVIE….

  • Michele

    A Plan B production … Congrats to all involved

  • Gunny

    With all the hype surrounding the movie, I expected more. But, I didn’t see the others so…….

  • Debby

    Congratulations Brad and Plan B!

  • Brad is the Man
  • Sherlock should of won

    Where was Brad and y didn’t Julia go n stage? I wanted Sherlock to win!

  • Brad is the Man

    @Sherlock should of won:

    Brad and Angie and their kids are in France, arrived there last Friday. Dede Gardner was on stage to represent Plan B for producing TNH…..

  • Jake

    Matt Bomer delivered the best performance on TV. Sad, Hollywood politics at its worst.

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