Satellite award for best miniseries

The Satellite Award for Best Miniseries is one of the annual Satellite Awards given by the International Press Academy. In 2011, the IPA merged the TV miniseries and film categories.[1]

Winners and nominees


Year Winners and nominees Director(s) Network
1999 Hornblower: The Even Chance Andrew Grieve A&E
Bonanno: A Godfather's Story Michel Poulette Showtime
Joan of Arc Christian Duguay CBS
P.T. Barnum Simon Wincer A&E
Purgatory Uli Edel TNT


2000: American Tragedy

2001: Life with Judy Garland: Me and My Shadows

2002: Taken

2003: Angels in America

2004: The Lost Prince

2005: Elvis

2006: To the Ends of the Earth

2007: The Amazing Mrs. Pritchard

2008: Cranford

Year Winners and nominees Network
2009 Little_Dorrit_(TV_serial) PBS/BBC
Collision PBS/ITV
Diamonds ABC
The Prisoner AMC
Wallander PBS/BBC


Year Winners and nominees Director(s) Network
2010 Sherlock Toby Haynes, Euros Lyn, and Paul McGuigan BBC One
Carlos Olivier Assayas Canal+
Emma Jim O'Hanlon BBC One
The Pacific Tim Van Patten, David Nutter, Jeremy Podeswa, Graham Yost, Carl Franklin, and Tony To HBO/Sky Movies Premiere HD/Seven Network
The Pillars of the Earth Sergio Mimica-Gezzan The Movie Network/Movie Central/Starz/Sat.1
Small Island John Alexander BBC One


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