BBC drama ‘Little Dorrit’ bags seven Emmy awards

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BBC period drama Little Dorrir and Churchill biopic into The Storm will head the British charge for glory at this year's Emmy Awards, with both dramas receiving multiple nominations. The adaptation of Charles Dickens' is up 11 gongs including Best Mini-series of honor, while the actors Tom Courtenay and Andy Serkis both received a salute to their supportive roles.

‘Little Dorrit’, which stars Matthew Macfadyen, Pam Ferris and Sir Tom Courtenay, was the surprise star of the show at Hollywood's Nokia Theatre. It was named as best mini series and snaped up awards for outstanding writing, directing, art direction, costumes and cinemarography.

‘Little Dorrit’, regarded as a neglected Charles Dickens work, was aired in Britain last year. The costume drama tells the story of the changing fortunes of the Dorrit family who emerge from the Marshelsea prison for debtors to discover they ate heirs to a fortune.

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