Primetime Emmy Awards 2010

Outstanding Drama Series - Mad Men (AMC)

Outstanding Comedy Series - Modern Family (ABC)

Outstanding Miniseries - The Pacific (HBO)

Outstanding Made for TV Movie -Temple Grandin (HBO)

Outstanding Variety, Music or Comedy Series - The Daily Show with Jon Stewart (Comedy Central)

Outstanding Variety, Music or Comedy Special - Kennedy Center Honors (CBS)

Outstanding Reality-Competition Program - Top Chef (Bravo)

Outstanding Animated Program (for Programming Less Than One Hour) - Prep & Landing (ABC)

Outstanding Reality Program - Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution (ABC)

Outstanding Children's Program - Wizards of Waverly Place: The Movie (Disney Channel)

Outstanding Host for a Reality or Reality-Competition Program - Jeff Probst for Survivor (CBS)

Outstanding Lead Performance in a Drama Series Actor - Bryan Cranston for playing Walter White on Breaking Bad for episode "Full Measure" (AMC)

Outstanding Lead Performance in a Drama Series Actress - Kyra Sedgwick for playing Brenda Leigh Johnson on The Closer for episode "Maternal Instincts" (TNT)

Outstanding Lead Performance in a Comedy Series Actor - Jim Parsons for playing Sheldon Cooper on The Big Bang Theory for episode "The Pants Alternative" (CBS)

Outstanding Lead Performance in a Comedy Series Actress - Edie Falco for playing Jackie Peyton on Nurse Jackie for episode "Pilot" (Showtime)

Outstanding Lead Performance in a Miniseries or Movie Actor - Al Pacino for playing Dr. Jack Kevorkian on You Don't Know Jack (HBO)

Outstanding Lead Performance in a Miniseries or Movie Actress - Claire Danes for playing Temple Grandin on Temple Grandin (HBO)

Outstanding Supporting Performance in a Drama Series Actor - Aaron Paul for playing Jesse Pinkman on Breaking Bad for episode "Half Measures" (AMC)

Outstanding Supporting Performance in a Drama Series Actress - Archie Panjabi for playing Kalinda Sharma on The Good Wife for episode "Hi" (CBS)

Outstanding Supporting Performance in a Comedy Series Actor - Eric Stonestreet for playing Cameron Tucker on Modern Family for episode "Fizbo" (ABC)

Outstanding Supporting Performance in a Comedy Series Actress - Jane Lynch for playing Sue Sylvester on Glee for episode "The Power of Madonna" (Fox)

Outstanding Supporting Performance in a Miniseries or Movie Actor - David Strathairn for playing Dr. Carlock in Temple Grandin (HBO)

Outstanding Supporting Performance in a Miniseries or Movie Actress - Julia Ormond for playing Eustacia Grandin in Temple Grandin (HBO)

Outstanding Guest Performance in a Drama Series Actor - John Lithgow for playing Arthur Mitchell in "Road Kill" on Dexter (Showtime)

Outstanding Guest Performance in a Drama Series Actress - Ann-Margret for playing Rita Wills in "Bedtime" on Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (NBC)

Outstanding Guest Performance in a Comedy Series Actor - Neil Patrick Harris for playing Bryan Ryan in "Dream On" on Glee (Fox)

Outstanding Guest Performance in a Comedy Series Actress - Betty White for playing Host on Saturday Night Live (NBC)

Outstanding writing for a drama series - Matthew Weiner and Erin Levy for Mad Men episode "Shut The Door. Have A Seat."

Outstanding writing for a comedy series - Steven Levitan and Christopher Lloyd for Modern Family episode "Pilot"

Outstanding writing for a miniseries, movie, or a dramatic special - Adam Mazer for You Don't Know Jack

Outstanding writing for a variety, music, or comedy special - Dave Boone and Paul Greenberg for the 63rd Annual Tony Awards

Outstanding writing for nonfiction programming - Dayton Duncan for The National Parks: America's Best Idea episode "The Last Refuge"

Bob Hope Humanitarian Award - George Clooney