The U.S. television series "The Sopranos" has won the top honor as best drama at the 59th annual Emmy Awards in Los Angeles, California honoring the year's best television shows.
"The Sopranos," a show about a conflicted New Jersey mob boss (Tony Soprano, played by James Gandolfini) and his family took the award Sunday, months after finishing its final season.
The show first went on air in 1999 and ended its highly successful run in June, beating the medical hit "Grey's Anatomy" and courtroom series "Boston Legal."
"The Sopranos" also won Emmys for best writing for a drama series and best directing.
NBC's satirical show-within-a-show "30 Rock" won the award for best comedy.
Former Vice President Al Gore took home an Emmy for creative achievement in interactive TV for his youth-oriented television channel "Current TV."
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