Micheal Harney ‘Disappointed’ With Orange Is The New Black’s Emmy Trophy Count
Micheal Harney, who plays prison counselor Sam Healy, on “Orange Is the New Black” is not satisfied with his show’s outcome at the Emmys this year.
HipHollywood caught up with the actor at the Fox FX Emmy Afterparty on Monday night where he was disappointed about his show’s Emmy trophy count. “I feel really great being here, Im disappointed that we didn’t win, I thought we were going to win more,” he told our cameras.
This year the Netflix show was up for 12 nominations, more than any other comedy, but walked away with only three awards.
“I don’t know man, I think its new, I don’t think people quite know what to do with us yet and I think thats it because … its a serial comedic process that we are presenting and I think it might be, ‘Well is it a comedy, is it a drama?’ you know, it could be that,” he said. “But you know what? Twelve Nominations and people really love the show so its a win.”
Click on the video above to find out what else Harney had to say and also find out what Tamera Morwy-Housley had to say about her favorite character, Uzo Aduba.
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