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|38th International Emmy Awards|
|Location||New York Hilton Hotel|
New York City, New York, U.S.
|Hosted by||Jason Priestley|
|Founders Award||Simon Cowell|
39 TV shows from 15 countries competed in 10 categories in the 38th International Emmy Awards: Argentina, Brazil, Denmark, Germany, Israel, Japan, Mexico, Portugal, Romania, South Africa, South Korea, Thailand, Philippines, Netherlands and the UK. The nominees were selected over six months by a composite panel of 700 judges representing 50 countries. The British TV led, like last year, most of the International Emmys, which awards the television programs made outside the United States.
Helena Bonham Carter was awarded as best actress for her role as Enid Blyton in Enid. Bob Hoskins won the best actor award for his role in The Street, awarded in turn, as best drama series. The United Kingdom also won the best children's program awards (Shaun the Sheep) and best miniseries or TV movie, with Small Island.
Portugal won his first Emmy for the telenovela Meu Amor. The best comedy award went to Traffic Light, an Israeli production. Romania won in the Arts Programming category with The World According to Ion B. and South Korea won for the first time in the documentary category with Mom and the Red Bean Cake.
In addition to the presentation of the International Emmy Awards for programming, the International Academy honored Lorne Michaels with the International Emmy Directorate Award, and Simon Cowell with the International Emmy Founders Award.
The following individuals, listed in order of appearance, presented awards.
|Jason Priestley||Host from 38th annual International Emmy Awards|
|Christine Ebersole||Presenter of the award for Arts Programming|
|Eli Wallach||Presenter of the award for Best Actor|
|Presenters of the award for Best Actress|
|Seth Meyers||Presenter of the award for Best Comedy Series|
|Victor Garber||Presenter of the award for Best Documentary|
|Elisabeth Moss||Presenter of the award for Best Drama Series|
|Peter Facinelli||Presenter of the award for Best Non-Scripted Entertainment|
|Presenters of the award for Best Telenovela|
|Matthew Modine||Presenters of the award for Best TV movie or Mini-Series|
|Melissa Joan Hart
|Presenters of the award for Best Children & Young People Series|
|Presenters of the award for Emmy Founders|
|Rupert Murdoch||Presenter of the award for Emmy Directorate|
|Best Telenovela||Best Drama Series|
|Best TV Movie or Miniseries||Best Arts Programming|
|Best Comedy Series||Best Documentary|
|Best Actor||Best Actress|
|Best Non-Scripted Entertainment||Best Children & Young People Program|
- By country
- By network
- By country
- United Kingdom — 5
- By network
- BBC — 5
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