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Upon accepting the award, showrunners Joe Weisberg and Joel Fields thanked their cast and “the best crew” for the honor.
The spy drama, which stars Matthew Rhys and Keri Russell (also nominated tonight in their respective categories for the show), wrapped up its sixth and final season last year. This is its first nomination and win at the Golden Globes for best television drama series.
The show beat out fellow nominees Bodyguard, Homecoming, Killing Eve and Pose for the award.
Backstage, Weisberg reflected on the show and what he hopes audiences got out of it, saying, “This was a show about a marriage and that’s what we want people to think about and look back on that we explored and wrote about and acted and directed. A very intense marriage that went through a lot of ups and downs … a complex but ultimately loving marriage.”
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