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The Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Miniseries represents excellence in the category of miniseries that are considered either six hours or more, or more than two parts.

What has been unique about this award in recent years is that there almost always has been at least one nominee that is a British miniseries originating from Great Britain. For example, the 2005 winner was The Lost Prince, which happened to be that year's British entry. The 2006 winner, Elizabeth I, was also a British miniseries, although it was a co-production with American television network HBO. Likewise, the 2009 winner, Little Dorrit, was a co-production of British and American companies (in this case, the BBC and PBS).

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Award winners and nominations

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1970s

1980s

1990s

  • 1990: Drug Wars: The Camarena Story (NBC)

2000s


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