David Chase, Creator and Producer of “The Sopranos,” HBO, with Best Drama Series Award, 56th Annual Emmy Awards, Los Angeles, CA 09/17/04, Reuters/Lucy Nicholson
The redeeming moment for this year’s 56th Annual Emmy Awards viewing for me, from earlier this evening, was seeing “The Sopranos” finally receive the due it deserves: Best Drama Series. Nominated for five years and finally this fifth year, receiving the honor.
Other memorable and very appreciated moments for my view and perspectives were:
Michael Imperioli, Best Supporting Actor in a Drama Series (“The Sopranos,” character Christopher Moltisanti — “Christofah” to many of us fans);
Drea de Matteo, Best Supporting Actress in a Drama Series (“The Sopranos,” character Adriana La Cerva);
Terence Winter, Outstanding Writing for a Drama Series (“The Sopranos”, Season Five, Episode 64, “Long Term Parking“), which Series Winter is also Executive Producer of; and,
Al Pacino, Best Lead Actor in a Dramatic Miniseries (“Angels In America,” which I regard as being abhorrently profane in all capacities and regard other than Al Pacino’s remarkable performance in that series).