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15th TCA Awards

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15th TCA Awards
DateJuly 23, 1999
VenueRitz-Carlton Huntington Hotel and Spa, Pasadena, California
Program of the YearThe Sopranos
Outstanding New ProgramThe Sopranos

The 15th TCA Awards were presented by the Television Critics Association in a ceremony hosted by Craig Kilborn that was held on July 23, 1999, at the Ritz-Carlton Huntington Hotel and Spa in Pasadena, Calif.[1][2][3][4]

Winners and nominees

Category Winner Other Nominees
Program of the Year The Sopranos (HBO)
Outstanding Achievement in Comedy Sports Night (ABC)
Outstanding Achievement in Drama The Sopranos (HBO)
Outstanding Achievement in Movies, Miniseries and Specials Joan of Arc (CBS)
Outstanding New Program of the Year The Sopranos (HBO)
Individual Achievement in Comedy Ray Romano - Everybody Loves Raymond (CBS)
Individual Achievement in Drama James Gandolfini - The Sopranos (HBO)
David E. Kelley - The Practice (ABC)
Outstanding Achievement in Children's Programming Blue's Clues (Nickelodeon)
Outstanding Achievement in News and Information Cold War (CNN)
Career Achievement Award Norman Lear

Multiple wins

The following shows received multiple wins:

Wins Recipient
4 The Sopranos

Multiple nominations

The following shows received multiple nominations:

Nominations Recipient
The Practice
The Sopranos
Will & Grace
Everybody Loves Raymond
The Farmer's Wife
Sports Night
2 Ally McBeal


  1. ^ "TV Notes: And The Winer May Be ..." Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. June 15, 1999. Retrieved June 18, 2013.
  2. ^ "Voting for TV's best". Deseret News. July 9, 1999. Retrieved June 18, 2013.
  3. ^ "Critics Hail Sopranos". Sun-Sentinel. July 24, 1999. Retrieved June 18, 2013.
  4. ^ "Sopranos cops 4 critics' awards". Toronto Star. July 25, 1999. Retrieved June 18, 2013.

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