The International Emmy Awards 2014 honor the best in television around the world. Tonight the winners have been revealed at a private event in New York City. One of the winners of the night was "El Señor De Los Cielos," the telenovela that starred Rafael Amaya loosely inspired by real life kingpin Amado Carrillo Fuentes. The telenovela was nominated in a brand new category was that introduced this year titled Non-English Language US Primetime Program. The Telemundo production was up against other telenovelas from the same network like "Pasión Prohibida" that starred Jencarlos Canela and Mónica Spear, "La Patrona" that starred Aracely Arámbula and Jorge Luis Pila and "Temple De Acero" from Nat Geo Mundo. It was the telenovela that is already in production on the third season that took home the accolade.

The International Emmys also recognized the best telenovela of the year in a specialized category. That award went to the Globo production of "Joia Rara" that starred Bruno Gagliasso and Bianca Bin. The telenovela that explores the love between two people from different social classes was a hit for the Brazilian network and has received critical acclaim from the international press. "Precious Pear," the title in English, edged out productions from Canada "30 Lives: Maxim Bouchard," Portugal's "Belmonte" and the entry from the Philippines "My Husband's Lover." The award show also honored Globo's CEO Roberto Irineu Marinho and "Mad Men" creator Matthew Weiner. See the complete list of winners down below!

Best Arts Programming: "The Exhibition"

Best Actor: Steven Dillane

Best Non-English Language US Program: "El Señor De Los Cielos"

Best Actress: Bianca Krijgsman, "Die Nieuwe Wereld"

Best Documentary: "Frihet Bakom Galler" ("No Burqas Behind Bars")

Non-Scripted Entertainment: "Educating Yorkshire"

Best Telenovela: "Joia Rara"

Best Comedy: "Wat Als 2?"

TV Movie/Mini-Series: "Unsere Mutter, Unsere Vater" ("Generation War")