64th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards 2012 Winner Final List (Updated) – ‘HomeLand’ & ‘Modern Family’ Rocks

The 64th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards 2012 held at Nokia Theatre, Los Angeles, California, U.S, Live on Sunday (23 September, 2012). The big award night was goes to the name of ‘Modern Family’ for ‘Outstanding Comedy Series Award’ and ‘HomeLand’ for ‘Outstanding Drama Series Award’. While, Claire Danes and Damian Lewis were the two big winners of the award night, awarded by “Outstanding Lead Actor and Actress in Drama Series” for their show ‘HomeLand’.
If you were missed to watch the Emmy Awards 2012 Live on Television, then you can find the complete updated list of Winners of Emmy Awards 2012. Below is the Final list of winners in Drama Series, Comedy Series, Variety Series, Reality Program or show series and Miniseries or Movie Series.
Complete Final (Updated) Winners List of Emmy Awards 2012 (23 Sept)-
Comedy Series-
Outstanding Comedy Series –
Modern Family – WINNER
Outstanding Director For A Comedy Series-
Modern Family: “Baby On Board” – Steven Levitan, Director – WINNER
Outstanding Lead Actor In A Comedy Series-
Two And A Half Men – Jon Cryer as Alan Harper – WINNER
Outstanding Lead Actress In A Comedy Series-
Veep – Julia Louis-Dreyfus as Selina Meyer – WINNER
Outstanding Supporting Actor In A Comedy Series-
Modern Family – Eric Stonestreet as Cameron Tucker – WINNER
Outstanding Supporting Actress In A Comedy Series-

Modern Family – Julie Bowen as Claire Dunphy – WINNER
Outstanding Guest Actor In A Comedy Series-
Saturday Night Live – Jimmy Fallon, Host – WINNER
Outstanding Guest Actress In A Comedy Series-
Two And A Half Men – Kathy Bates as Charlie Harper – WINNER
Outstanding Writer for a Comedy Series-
Louie: “Pregnant” – Louis C.K., Writer – WINNER

Drama Series-
Outstanding Drama Series –
Homeland – WINNER
Outstanding Director For A Drama Series-
Boardwalk Empire: “To The Lost” – Tim Van Patten, Director – WINNER
Outstanding Lead Actor In A Drama Series-
Homeland – Damian Lewis as Nicholas Brody – WINNER
Outstanding Lead Actress In A Drama Series-
Homeland – Claire Danes as Carrie Mathison – WINNER
Outstanding Supporting Actor In A Drama Series-
Breaking Bad – Aaron Paul as Jesse Pinkman – WINNER
Outstanding Supporting Actress In A Drama Series-

Downton Abbey – Maggie Smith as Violet, Dowager Countess of Grantham – WINNER
Outstanding Guest Actor In A Drama Series-
Justified – Jeremy Davies as Dickie Bennett – WINNER
Outstanding Guest Actress In A Drama Series-
The Good Wife – Martha Plimpton as Patti Nyholm – WINNER
Outstanding Writer for a Drama Series-
Homeland – Alex Gansa, Howard Gordon, Gideon Raff, Writers – WINNER

Miniseries or Movie Series-
Outstanding Drama Series –
Game Change – WINNER
Outstanding Director For A Miniseries or A Movie Series-
Game Change – Jay Roach, Director – WINNER
Outstanding Lead Actor In A  A Miniseries or A Movie Series-
Hatfields & McCoys – Kevin Costner as ‘Devil’ Anse Hatfield – WINNER
Outstanding Lead Actress In A  A Miniseries or A Movie Series-
Game Change – Julianne Moore as Sarah Palin – WINNER
Outstanding Supporting Actor In A  A Miniseries or A Movie  Series-
Hatfields & McCoys – Tom Berenger as Jim Vance – WINNER
Outstanding Supporting Actress In A  A Miniseries or A Movie Series-
American Horror Story – Jessica Lange as Constance Langdon – WINNER
Outstanding Writer for a  A Miniseries or A Movie Series-
Game Change – Danny Strong, Written by – WINNER

Reality Series-
Outstanding Reality Program-
Undercover Boss – WINNER
Outstanding Reality-Competition Program-
The Amazing Race – WINNER
Outstanding Host For A Reality Or Reality-Competition Program-
Dancing With The Stars – Tom Bergeron, Host – WINNER

Variety Series-
Outstanding Variety Series-
The Daily Show with Jon Stewart – WINNER
Outstanding Variety Special-
The Kennedy Center Honors – WINNER
Outstanding Animated Program-
The Penguins Of Madagascar: The Return Of The Revenge Of Dr. Blowhole – WINNER
Outstanding Special Class Programs-
65th Annual Tony Awards – WINNER
Outstanding Writer For A Variety Series-
The Daily Show With Jon Stewart – WINNER

64th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards 2012 – Winners Complete List