The Bible has been nominated for Outstanding Miniseries or Movie at the 65th Emmy Awards. The ten-part miniseries, a huge ratings for the History Channel, was executive produced by Mark Burnett and Roma Downey. The series has also been nominated in the Sound Editing and Sound Mixing categories. The Bible was scored by Hans Zimmer.
Jassa stars in The Bible as David, famed for slaying Goliath.
The Bible will broadcast in the UK on Channel 5 this autumn.
Other nominees in the Miniseries or Movie category include USA Network's Political Animals, Sundance Channel's Top of the Lake, HBO's Phil Spector, HBO's Behind the Candelabra and FX Network's American Horror Story: Asylum.
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