January 12, 2009 02:50:31 GMT
The 66th Annual Golden Globe Awards gives its award for Best Actor in Miniseries for Paul Giamatti and several others for NBC's '30 Rock'.
Paul Giamatti earns his first Golden Globe award when he is announced as the winner of Best Performance by an Actor in a Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made for Television for his credit in "John Adams". His announcement comes right after Alec Baldwin claims his prize as Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series - Musical or Comedy for "30 Rock".
With Paul's win, "John Adams" has so far received three nods at the 66th annual event which is held at The Beverly Hilton and aired live by NBC. Earlier, Laura Linney won the title of Best Performance by an Actress in Miniseries while the HBO production itself was granted Best Miniseries. HBO, in total, earn 3 from "John Adams", 1 from "In Treament", 1 from "True Blood" and another one from "Recount".
"30 Rock" also has its share of spotlight in the event, a win for Alec and another for Best TV Series - Comedy or Musical. The cast ensemble including actress/creator Tina Fey hopped onto the stage and Tracy Morgan who plays Tracy in the NBC comedy series accepts the statuette from Glenn Close and Laurence Fishburne. Tina Fey in particular ascends the stage again when she is announced as the winner of Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series - Musical or Comedy.
More winners including Best TV Series - Drama will be announced shortly while the early winners can be viewed here.