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Winners of the 11th Annual PRISM Awards for TV Categories

April 27, 2007 (6:39 am) GMT
Mariska Hargitay brought home the award for Performance in a Drama Series Episode from the 11th annual PRISM Awards held Tuesday April 24th in Los Angeles.

The Entertainment Industries Council, Inc. (EIC) has on Tuesday April 24th annually presented the PRISM Awards, which is in its 11th year. Among the many awards given, here we present the winners of the television categories.

ABC's hit series "Desperate Housewives" wins the Comedy Series, Multi-Episode Storyline award, while Fox's "Family Guy: Deep Throats" nabs the award for Comedy Series Episode category. of the "Ugly Betty" earns the Performance in a Comedy Series award, whereas brings home the Performance in a Drama Series Episode award thanks to her performance in NBC's "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit."

Other award winners are Rene Auberjonois and Jayne Brook, who both share the award for the category of Performance in a Drama Series, Multi-Episode Storyline for their performance in ABC's "Boston Legal." In addition to them all, Maurice Benard, Keith Carradine, and are also award triumphant.

Go directly to PRISM Awards! to read the complete list of winners and award categories.

The PRISM awards are presented by the EIC in partnership with FX Network and the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration to people and projects the groups believe most accurately depict addiction and mental health on TV and film.

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