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Big Little Lies: Season 2
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  September 19th, 2004       Posted by Frederik       Display Comments

Congratulations to Meryl Streep on winning the Emmy Award for “Angels in America”. Leading the award show as a favorite with 21 nominations, “Angels” scored awards in every category it was nominated for, including honors as Best Television Movie, for Mike Nichols, Tony Kushner and its actors Al Pacino, Mary Louise Parker and Jeffrey Whright. With a total of 11 wins, “Angels in America” ties the record as most awarded film in the Emmy history with “Eleanor and Franklin” (1976).

  July 15th, 2004       Posted by Frederik       Display Comments

Meryl has received a nomination as Outstanding Lead Actress in a Mini-Series or TV-Movie for her performances in “Angels in America”. She shares the category with Glenn Close (The Lion Winter), Judy Davis (The Reagans), Helen Mirren (Prime Suspect 6) and Emma Thompson (Angels in America). The mini-series leads the Emmy race with a total of 21 nominations, including for Best Mini-Series, Mike Nichols and his complete cast in the lead and supporting cate-gories. The Emmys are handed out on September 19, 2004. Congratulations & good luck!

  February 23rd, 2004       Posted by Frederik       Display Comments

Congratulations. Meryl was announced Best Actress in a Television Movie or Mini-Series for “Angels in America” by the Screen Actor’s Guild. Receiving her award by Richard Chamberlain, Meryl also appeared on stage to introduce the “In Memoriam” segment. Al Pacino also won an acting award for “Angels”.

  January 26th, 2004       Posted by Frederik       Display Comments

Congratulations to Meryl for winning another Golden Globe Award. She was voted Best Actress in a Mini-Series or Movie made for Television for her performance in “Angels in America”. The big winner in the television categories, “Angels” scored a total of five Golden Globes, including Best Movie made for Television, Best Actor (Al Pacino), Best Actress (Meryl Streep) and the supporting performances by Jeffrey Whright and Mary-Louise Parker. Earlier on the show, Meryl also presented a Golden Globe to Tim Robbins in the Best Supporting Actor category.

  January 15th, 2004       Posted by Frederik       Display Comments

Meryl Streep has received a nomination as Best Female Actor in a Television Movie or Mini-Series for “Angels in America”. She shares this category with Anne Bancroft and Helen Mirren (both nominated for “Tennessee Williams’ The Romance Spring of Mrs. Stone”) and her fellow co-stars Emma Thompson and Mary-Louise Parker, who also catched nominations for “Angels”, which scored a total of six nominations. The Screen Actors Guild Awards air live on TNT on February 22, 2004.

  December 18th, 2003       Posted by Frederik       Display Comments

Meryl has been mentioned with a nomination for the Golden Globe as Best Actress in a Mini-Series or Motion Picture made for Television for her work in “Angels in America”. She shares the category with Judy Davis (The Reagans), Jessica Lange (Normal), Helen Mirren (The Romance of Mrs. Stone) and Maggie Smith (My House in Umbria). “Angels in America” received 6 more nominations for Best Picture (Television), Al Pacino, Mary- Louise Parker and the supporting actors Ben Shenkman, Patrick Wilson and Jeffrey Wright. The Golden Globes are handed out on January 25, 2004

  December 10th, 2003       Posted by Frederik       Display Comments

The first installment of the HBO miniseries “Angels in America” took 4.2 million viewers under its wings Sunday, making it the premium cable channel’s highest-rated movie this year. The three-hour block, which premiered at 8 p.m., drew an 8.6 household rating/12 share in HBO homes. “Angels” held up well over its running time, dipping only as low as an 8.1 at its lowest point of the evening. Report is courtesy Yahoo.

  November 5th, 2003       Posted by Frederik       Display Comments

The stars of “Angels in America”, Al Pacino, Meryl Streep, Emma Thompson and Mary-Louise Parker attended the world premiere of the six-hour mini-series, yesterday in New York. “Angels” celebrates its television premiere on December 07, 2003

  April 12th, 2002       Posted by Frederik       Display Comments

After reporting about this project last year, the production has now started with an all-star-cast: Al Pacino, Meryl Streep, Emma Thompson and Mary-Louise Parker are going to play the leads in this six-hour miniseries for HBO. Mike Nichols directs. “Angels in America” will premiere in early 2003.

  September 21st, 2001       Posted by Frederik       Display Comments

Hollywood.com reported that ten years after it became a sensation on Broadway, Tony Kushner’s Pulitzer Prize-winning gay-themed play Angels in America, May be coming to television as an HBO miniseries starring Al Pacino and Meryl Streep and directed by Mike Nichols, the New York Post reported Friday, citing a person close to the project. The project will be a joint production between HBO and A venue Pictures and would be aired as six one-hour episodes, the newspaper said.