45th International Emmy Awards

45th International Emmy Awards
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DateNovember 20, 2017
LocationNew York Hilton Midtown,
New York City
Hosted byMaz Jobrani[1]
Directorate AwardEmilio Azcárraga Jean
Television/radio coverage

The 45th International Emmy Awards took place in November 20, 2017 at the Hilton Hotel in New York City. The ceremony was hosted by Iranian-American comedian-actor Maz Jobrani.[2]

Aasif Mandvi, Melissa Villaseñor, Larry King, Italia Ricci, Tom Cullen, Kevin McKidd, Margot Bingham, Carmen Aub, Rodrigo Santoro, Helene Yorke, Freddy Rodriguez, Marina Ruy Barbosa, Renato Góes, Les Twins and Sebastian Koch served as award presenters.[3]

The Directorate Award and 11 Emmy statues were presented by the International Academy during the evening.[4]


The 45th International Emmy Awards Gala will take place November 20, 2017 in New York City - the competition opened on December 8, 2016 and closed February 16, 2017.

Date in 2017 Events Location
June 1 - September 30, 2017 Semi-Final Judging Various International Locations
September 15, 2017 Fall Board & Members Meeting Los Angeles, USA
5 October 2017 38th Annual News & Documentary Emmy Awards New York
October 16, 2017 MIPCOM Press Conference Cannes, France
November 18, 2017 2017 International Emmy World Television Festival New York
November 20, 2017 November Board & Members Meeting New York
November 20, 2017 45th International Emmy Awards New York

Entries and Judging

There are three rounds of judging. The first round takes place in the spring; the semi-final round takes place in the summer - hosted by Member companies; and the finals take place in September. Nominations are announced in October. Four nominees are selected in each category and winners are revealed at the International Emmy Awards Gala, held in November.

Date Country Hosted by
June 12 Berlin, Germany Ziegler Film / FFP New Media GmbH / Graf Filmproduktion
June 15 New York City, USA Rede Globo
June 15 London, UK Pinewood Television
June 20 Moscow, Russia RT
June 22 Cologne, Germany Broadview TV
June 26 Paris, France Cyber Group Studios
June 26 Vienna, Austria ORF Enterprise
June 30 Tokyo, Japan Fuji TV
June 30 Lisbon, Portugal Sonae
July 6 Mexico City, Mexico Discovery Networks Latin America
July 7 Shanghai, China Shanghai Croton Culture Media
July 10 Mexico City, Mexico Sony Pictures Entertainment
July 13 Tel Aviv, Israel Armoza Formats
July 13 Washington D.C., USA Eurovision Americas
July 17 Rome, Italy RAI
July 27 Johannesburg, South Africa NFVF
August 10 Miami, USA Cisneros Media
August 15 Miami, USA HBO Latin America Group
August 17 Budapest, Hungary Hungarian Public Service Media
August 18 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Rede Globo
August 21 Copenhagen, Denmark DR
August 22 Buenos Aires, Argentina Fox Latin America
August 25 Beijing, China C-TV Splendid Media Group
August 28 Beijing, China CBI Media
August 29 Mexico City, Mexico TV Azteca
August 31 Tokyo, Japan WOWOW
September 5 Melbourne, Australia Festcom International
September 9 Abu Dhabi, UAE Pyramedia
September 10 Biarritz, France TV France International
September 15 Montreal, Quebec, Canada Aetios
September 19 Los Angeles, California, USA 41 Entertainment LLC


Nominations for the International Emmys were announced by the International Academy of Television Arts and Sciences on September 27, 2017. There were 44 programs nominated in 11 categories from 18 countries. Brazil stood out with the largest number of nominations - a total of nine - in several categories. Rede Globo, meanwhile, scored the most nominations, with six.

The winners were announced on November 20, 2017 at a Black-Tie Gala held at the New York Hilton Midtown Hotel, hosted by comedian Maz Jobrani. Kenneth Branagh won the International Emmy for Best Actor for her performance on the British television series Wallander, while Anna Friel won the Best Actress Award for her role in Marcella. Branagh and Friel were among 11 winning performers and programs spanning eight countries: Belgium, Canada, France, Germany, Norway, Turkey, United Kingdom and United States.[5]

Norwegian detective series Mammon II won for Best Drama Series. Steve Coogan won the Best Comedy prize for Alan Partridge's Scissored Isle. Turkish drama series Kara Sevda won in the Best Telenovela category.[6]

Canada's Hip-Hop Evolution won Best Arts Programming category. United Kingdom's film Exodus: Our Journey to Europe won the award for Best Documentary. Belgium's Sorry Voor Alles won for nonscripted entertainment;[7] best non-English-language US primetime show went to HBO Latin America and Lemon Films’ Sr. Ávila; and German project The Braun Family, from Polyphon in Berlin, won in the Short-Form Series category.[8]


Arts Programming

Nominations Country Network Result
Hip-Hop Evolution  Canada Banger Films Won
Never-Ending Man: Hayao Miyazaki  Japan NHK Nominated
Portátil  Brazil Porta dos Fundos Nominated
Robin's Road Trip  Netherlands Talent United / AVROTROS / CoBO Nominated

Best Performance by an Actor

Nominations Country Network Result
Kenneth Branagh in Wallander  United Kingdom BBC One Won
Júlio Andrade in 1 Contra Todos  Brazil Fox Brasil / Conspiração Filmes Nominated
Zanjoe Marudo in Maalaala Mo Kaya  Philippines ABS-CBN Nominated
Kad Merad in Baron Noir  France Kwaï / Canal+ / Pictanovo Nominated

Best Performance by an Actress

Nominations Country Network Result
Anna Friel in Marcella  United Kingdom Buccaneer Media / Netflix Won
Adriana Esteves in Justiça  Brazil Rede Globo Nominated
Sonja Gerhardt in Ku'damm 56  Germany UFA Fiction GmbH / ZDF Nominated
Thuso Mbedu in Is'Thunzi  South Africa Mzansi Magic / Rapid Blue Nominated


Nominations Country Network Result
Alan Partridge's Scissored Isle  United Kingdom Baby Cow Production Won
Callboys  Belgium Woestijnvis / FBO Nominated
The Rakugo Movie  Japan East Entertainment, Inc. / NHK Nominated
Tá no Ar: a TV na TV  Brazil Rede Globo Nominated


Nominations Country Network Result
EXODUS: Our Journey to Europe  United Kingdom KEO Films / BBC 2 Won
The Phone of the Wind: Whispers to Lost Families  Japan NHK Nominated
Le Studio de la Terreur  France Capa Presse / CANAL+ / Creative Europe / Nominated
Tempestad  Mexico Pimienta Films / Cactus Films / Terminal Films Nominated

Drama Series

Nominations Country Network Result
Mammon II  Norway NRK Drama / SVT / DR /
YLE FEM / Nordvision Fund
Justiça  Brazil TV Globo Nominated
Moribito: Guardian of the Spirit  Japan NHK Nominated
Wanted  Australia Matchbox Pictures (NBCUniversal) Nominated

Non-English U.S. Primetime Program

Nominations Country Network Result
Sr. Ávila  United States HBO Latin America / Lemon Films Won
Hasta Que Te Conocí  United States Disney Media Distribution Nominated
La Voz Kids  United States Telemundo Nominated
Odisea de los Niños Migrantes  United States NatGeo Mundo / Fox / National Geographic Channel / Anima Films Nominated

Non-Scripted Entertainment

Nominations Country Network Result
Sorry Voor Alles (Sorry About That)  Belgium VRT / WBITVP Won
Escuela para Maridos Colombia  Colombia Fox Telecolombia Nominated
Fan Pan Tae Super Fan  Thailand TPBS / Workpoint Entertainment Nominated
Taskmaster  United Kingdom Avalon Television Nominated

Short-Form Series

Nominations Country Network Result
Familie Braun  Germany Polyphon / ZDF Won
Ahi Afuera  Argentina Studio + / Iconoclast Nominated
The Amazing Gayl Pile  Canada LaRue Entertainment Nominated
Crime Time - Hora de Perigo  Brazil Studio + / John Doe Productions / 22H22 Nominated

Telenovela/ Soap opera

Nominations Country Network Result
Kara Sevda  Turkey Ay Yapim Won
30 vies  Canada Aetios Productions Nominated
Totalmente Demais  Brazil Rede Globo Nominated
Velho Chico  Brazil Rede Globo Nominated

TV Movie/Mini-Series

Nominations Country Network Result
Ne m'abandonne pas  France Scarlett Production / France 2 Won
Alemão  Brazil Rede Globo Nominated
Reg  United Kingdom LA Productions / BBC Nominated
Tokyo Trial  Japan Don Carmody Television / NHK / FATT Productions B.V. Nominated

Most major nominations

By country

Most major awards

By country


  1. ^ "Comedian Maz Jobrani Set To Host 2017 International Emmy Awards Gala". Deadline Hollywood. Retrieved August 11, 2017.
  2. ^ "Awards Gala". International Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. Archived from the original on October 16, 2017. Retrieved April 6, 2017.
  3. ^ "The 2017 International Emmy Awards". The Huffington Post. Retrieved November 22, 2017.
  4. ^ "2017 INTERNATIONAL EMMY® WINNERS ANNOUNCED AT GALA IN NEW YORK". International Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. Archived from the original on December 1, 2017. Retrieved November 21, 2017.
  5. ^ "Branagh, Friel among winners of International Emmy Awards". Chicago Tribune. Archived from the original on December 1, 2017. Retrieved November 21, 2017.
  6. ^ "Com nove indicados, Brasil passa em branco no Emmy; Globo perde para turcos". UOL. Retrieved November 21, 2017.
  7. ^ "Kenneth Branagh, Anna Friel, 'Alan Partridge,' and 'Mammon II' Win International Emmy Awards". Variety. Retrieved November 21, 2017.
  8. ^ "NRK's Mammon wins Int'l Emmy". C21Media. Retrieved November 21, 2017.

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