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'Grey's Anatomy' Wins Two Nods at 12th Annual Prism Awards

April 25, 2008 05:07:57 GMT

ABC's hit medical drama "Grey's Anatomy" won two nods at the 12th annual Prism Awards, took place at the Beverly Hills Hotel on Thursday night, April 24.


'Grey's Anatomy' Wins Two Nods at 12th Annual Prism Awards
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This year Prism Awards, which is the 12th, was held Thursday night, April 24 at the Beverly Hills Hotel. The awards event, which was staged by the nonprofit Entertainment Industries Council in collaboration with the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration and the FX network, saw ABC's hit medical drama "Grey's Anatomy" winning the awards for Drama Episode and Performance in a Drama Series Episode for its star Ben Vereen.

Also nabbed two nods was ABC's another TV series "Brothers & Sisters" whose stars Dave Annable and Sally Field took away the Performance in a Drama Series Multi-Episode Story Line Awards. Fox's animated sitcom "The Simpsons" was the other award winner, thanks to its episode titled "Crook and Ladder" which won the Comedy Series Episode Award.

Below are some of the TV winners for the 12th annual Prism Awards. The overall award winners, meanwhile, can be seen on Prism Awards official website.

  • Comedy Series Episode: "The Simpsons" for "Crook and Ladder"
  • Comedy Series Multi-Episode Story Line: "Tyler Perry's House of Payne," episodes: "More Than Meets the Eye"; "Busted"; "No Money, Mo' Problems"; "Just Say No"; "Surprise, Surprise"
  • Performance in a Comedy Series: James Denton, "Desperate Housewives"
  • Drama Episode: "Grey's Anatomy" for "Love/Addiction"
  • Performance in a Drama Series Episode: Ben Vereen, "Grey's Anatomy"
  • Drama Series Multi-Episode Story Line: "ER," episodes: "Gravity"; "Under the Influence"; "The Test"; "Blackout"; "Coming Home"; "Skye's the Limit"; "300 Patients"
  • Performance in a Drama Series Multi-Episode Story Line: Dave Annable and Sally Field of "Brothers & Sisters"
  • Daytime Drama Story Line: "One Life to Live"
  • TV Movie or Miniseries: "Life Support"
  • Performance in a TV Movie or Miniseries: Andrea Bowen and Jennie Garth of "Girl Positive"

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