Satellite Award for Best Miniseries

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The Satellite Award for Best Miniseries was one of the annual Satellite Awards given by the International Press Academy. In 2016, the IPA merged the TV miniseries and film categories.[1]

Winners and nominees[edit]

1990s[edit]

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

2000s[edit]

Year Winners and nominees Director(s) Network
2000 American Tragedy Lawrence Schiller CBS
The Beach Boys: An American Family Jeff Bleckner ABC
The Corner Charles S. Dutton HBO
Jason and the Argonauts Nick Willing NBC
Sally Hemings: An American Scandal Charles Haid CBS
2001 Life with Judy Garland: Me and My Shadows Robert Allan Ackerman ABC
Anne Frank: The Whole Story Robert Dornhelm ABC
Band of Brothers David Frankel, Mikael Salomon, et al. HBO
Further Tales of the City Pierre Gang Showtime
Uprising Jon Avnet NBC
2002 Taken Tobe Hooper, et al. The Sci-Fi Channel
The Forsyte Saga Christopher Menaul and David Moore ITV
Living with the Dead Stephen Gyllenhaal CBS
Master Spy: The Robert Hanssen Story Lawrence Schiller CBS
Shackleton Charles Sturridge A&E
2003 Angels in America Mike Nichols HBO
Doctor Zhivago Giacomo Campiotti ITV
Frank Herbert’s Children of Dune Greg Yaitanes The Sci-Fi Channel
Helen of Troy John Kent Harrison USA Network
Hornblower: Loyalty Andrew Grieve A&E
Out of Order Henry Bromell, Tim Hunter, Roger Kumble, and Wayne Powers Showtime
2004 The Lost Prince Stephen Poliakoff PBS
The 4400 Scott Peters, et al. USA Network
American Family Gregory Nava, Charles Burnett, and Barbara Martinez Jitner PBS
Charles II: The Power and the Passion Joe Wright BBC, A&E
Prime Suspect 6: The Last Witness Christopher Menaul PBS
The Second Coming Adrian Shergold ITV
2005 Elvis James Steven Sadwith CBS
Agatha Christie's Marple Charles Palmer, Andy Wilson, et al. UPN
Empire Falls Robert Dornhelm, et al. HBO
Into the West Tom Hooper TNT
Revelations Lili Fini Zanuck NBC
The Virgin Queen Coky Giedroyc PBS
2006 To the Ends of the Earth David Attwood PBS
Bleak House Justin Chadwick and Susanna White PBS
Casanova Sheree Folkson BBC
Elizabeth I Tom Hooper HBO
Thief John David Coles, Dean White, and Paul McGuigan USA Network
2007 The Amazing Mrs Pritchard Simon Curtis, Declan Lowney, and Catherine Morshead PBS
The Company Mikael Salomon TNT
Five Days Otto Bathurst, Toby Haynes, Peter Hoar, and Simon Curtis HBO
Jane Eyre Susanna White PBS
The Starter Wife Jon Avnet USA Network
2008 Cranford Simon Curtis and Steve Hudson PBS
John Adams Tom Hooper HBO
The Last Enemy Iain B. MacDonald PBS
2009 Little Dorrit Adam Smith, Dearbhla Walsh, and Diarmuid Lawrence PBS
Collision Marc Evans PBS
Diamonds Andy Wilson ABC
The Prisoner Nick Hurran AMC
Wallander Benjamin Caron, Philip Martin, et al. PBS

2010s[edit]

Year Winners and nominees Director(s) Network
2010 Sherlock Paul McGuigan, Nick Hurran, et al. PBS
Carlos Olivier Assayas IFC Films
Emma Jim O'Hanlon PBS
The Pacific Jeremy Podeswa, Timothy Van Patten, David Nutter, et al. HBO
The Pillars of the Earth Sergio Mimica-Gezzan Starz
Small Island John Alexander PBS
2014 Olive Kitteridge Lisa Cholodenko HBO
24: Live Another Day Jon Cassar, et al. FOX
Endeavour Colm McCarthy ITV
Fleming: The Man Who Would Be Bond Mat Whitecross BBC America
Happy Valley Euros Lyn, Tim Fywell, and Neasa Hardiman Netflix, BBC One
The Honourable Woman Hugo Blick Sundance Channel
The Roosevelts Ken Burns PBS
Sherlock Paul McGuigan, Nick Hurran, et al. BBC One, PBS
The Spoils of Babylon Matt Piedmont IFC
2015 Flesh and Bone Alik Sakharov, et al. Starz
The Book of Negroes Clement Virgo BET
Saints & Strangers Paul A. Edwards National Geographic Channel
Show Me a Hero Paul Haggis HBO
Wolf Hall Peter Kosminsky BBC Two, PBS

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