A year after it was released onto the Internet, the little Web musical that could, Dr. Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog continues to make history by winning an Emmy in “Outstanding Special Class—Short-Format Live-Action Entertainment Program.” At Saturday’s Creative Arts Emmys ceremony, Dr. Horrible was honored over four other contenders, including online works from The Daily Show and 30 Rock, as well as the webisodic “Battlestar Galactica: The Face Of The Enemy.” The Joss Whedon-created web series is believed to be the first entirely online production to receive the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences award.
In attendance were the entire cast of the series (Nathan Fillion, Neil Patrick Harris, Felicia Day, Simon Helberg), as well as Joss and his brothers Zack and Jed Whedon, sister-in-law Maurissa “Mo” Tancharoen (who co-wrote and guested in the series), and producer Mike Boretz. Felicia, Nathan, Zack and Mo twittered during the event, including sending images from the scene for fans’ entertainment (some of which are re-used here.)
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