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International Emmys: Dustin Hoffman and Shonda Rhimes Get High Honors

Alan Cumming hosted the festivities.

The International Emmy Awards held their 44th ceremony last night at the New York Hilton — the same venue that hosted Donald Trump’s victory party on Election Night. Host Alan Cumming pointed out that odd coincidence at the beginning of the festivities: “Oh, how quickly darkness and despair can fall,” he said. “I feel it is my moral obligation to inform you: This hall was the venue for one of the darkest, most destructive moments in our history.” Not exactly the most cheerful note to open an awards gala on, but alas. Find a full list of winners below.

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Best Drama: “Deutschland 83

International Emmy Founders Award: Shonda Rhimes

Arts Programming: “The Man Who Shot Hiroshima”

Best Performance by an Actor: Dustin Hoffman, “Roald Dahl’s Esio Trot”

Best Performance by an Actress: Christiane Paul, “Unterm Radar (Under the Radar)”

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Nonscripted Entertainment: “Allt för Sverige (The Great Swedish Adventure)”

Non-English U.S. Primetime: “Francisco, El Jesuita (Francis, The Jesuit)”

Comedy: “Hoff the Record”

Telenovela: “Verdades Secretas (Hidden Truths)”

Documentary: “Krieg der Lügen (War of Lies)”

TV Movie/Miniseries: “Capital”

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