The Cannes Film Festival isn't the only media extravaganza in southern Europe. Since 1961, Monaco has paid tribute to the best in international television at the annual Monte-Carlo Television Festival.
The 47th edition of the show handed out its top prizes--the Golden Nymphs--yesterday, and the competition was dominated by the UK and the US.
Lost showed its global popularity by taking the award for best drama. The sci-fi show from producers Carlton Cuse and Damon Lindelof was up against a gang of competition (there were 21 other nominees in that category alone), including a pair from the US, 24 and Grey's Anatomy.
In the comedy division, Jaime Pressly won the best actress award for her role as Joy, the leggy trailer trash from NBC's My Name is Earl. As of press time, the show ...Read more