2005 Gemini Awards

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The 20th Gemini Awards were held on November 19, 2005 to honour achievements in Canadian television. For the first time in its history the Gemini Awards were not broadcast on CBC Television, instead they were broadcast on Global.

Awards[edit]

Best Comedy Program or Series[edit]

Best Dramatic Series[edit]

Best Dramatic Mini Series[edit]

Best Documentary Series[edit]

Best Newscast[edit]

Best Writing in a Dramatic Series[edit]

Best Writing in a Comedy or Variety Program or Series[edit]

Best Direction in a Dramatic Series[edit]

Best Direction in a Dramatic Programme or Mini-Series[edit]

Best Direction in a Comedy Program or Series[edit]

Best Ensemble Performance in a Comedy Program or Series[edit]

Rick Green, Ron Pardo, Janet Van de Graaff, Bob Bainborough, Teresa Pavlinek

Gord Robertson, James Rankin, Bob Martin, Dan Redican, Bruce Hunter

Martin Huisman, Louis-Philipe Dandenault, Richard Jutras, Annie Bovaird, Paula Boudreau, Al Goulem, Tracey Hoyt, Kate Greenhouse, Ryan Tilson, Christian Potenza, Cas Anvar, Victor Chowdury, Dean McDermott, Swikriti Sarkar

Shaun Majumder, Cathy Jones, Mark Critch, Gavin Crawford

Barrie Dunn, Shelley Thompson, Pat Roach, Garry James, Tyrone Parsons, Jonathan Torrens, Jeanna Harrison-Steinhart, John Paul Tremblay, Sarah Dunsworth, Lucy Decoutere, Cory Bowles, John Dunsworth, Mike Smith, Robb Wells, Michael Jackson

Best Performance by an Actor in a Continuing Leading Dramatic Role[edit]

Best Performance by an Actress in a Continuing Leading Dramatic Role[edit]

Best Individual Performance in a Comedy Program or Series[edit]

Best News Anchor[edit]

Canada Award[edit]

  • Two Worlds Colliding

Earle Grey Award[edit]