The BBC’s ‘The Night Manager’ Sweeps The Emmy’s With 12 Nominations | TV News
The Emmys was a good night for all but especially the BBC. The corporations adaptation of John Le Carre’s thriller, The Night Manager, starring Tom Hiddleston, has swept the Emmy Awards nominations, earning the actor his first nomination for his portrayal of the ruthless Jonathan Pine. The six-episode series adapted by David Farr was showered with 12 nominations including best limited series.
Hugh Laurie and Olivia Coleman also picked up supporting actor nominations for their roles as Richard Roper and Angela Burr, despite being under the obvious shadow of HBO’s Game of Thrones, whose 23 nominations confirmed its place in the heavy weights of the TV world.
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