Game of Thrones, Emily Watson win Monte-Carlo Golden Nymph Awards 2012
Published Jun 14 2012, 21:52 BST | By Tom Eames Game of Thrones
and British actress Emily Watson
were among this year's Golden Nymph Awards winners.
The 52nd Festival de Télévision de Monte-Carlo wrapped up tonight by celebrating television films, miniseries, TV series, documentaries and other specials at the Grimaldi Forum.
Watson continued her impressive awards success by winning 'Outstanding Actress' in a miniseries for ITV's Appropriate Adult
's Christopher Lloyd and Steve Levitan won 'Outstanding International Producer' (Comedy) for the ABC show, while Tina Fey won 'Outstanding Actress' for a comedy series for 30 Rock
.Game of Thrones
won the 'Outstanding International Producer' (Drama) award for David Benioff, DB Weiss, Frank Doelger and Carolyn Strauss.
Sky News won two awards for 'Best TV News Item' (Inside Homs
) and 'Best 24-Hour News Programme' (The Fall of Tripoli
The International TV Audience Awards saw prizes given to CSI: Crime Scene Investigation
('Best Drama TV Series'), Desperate Housewives
('Best Comedy TV Series') and The Bold and the Beautiful
('Best Soap Opera').
Among the audience attendees included Eva Longoria, Chad Michael Murray, Ted Danson, Nathan Fillion and Mayim Bialik.
The festival's Director General Laurent Puons said: "Tonight's stunning ceremony draws to a close an incredible 52nd Festival de Télévision de Monte Carlo.
"We have been delighted to host some of the most renowned international stars and to award the best of the world's television talent with the prestigious Golden Nymph."