Here Are Your 2013 Emmy Winners!


It's prom night on television: The 65th Primetime Emmy awards have arrived. Will Modern Family win Best Comedy for the fourth year in a row? Will NPH wow us all with his endless charm? We'll be glued to the telecast—all three hours of it—to bring you real-time updates on the proceedings, so follow @tvdotcom on Twitter for running commentary, and keep refreshing this page as you watch: I'll be updating the winners' list and posting photos as we go

UPDATE: Well, it was an evening full of both surprises and non-surprises! Who do you think got what they deserved? Who do you think was unjustifiably snubbed? Let's hear your thoughts on this year's winners in the comments, and check back soon for Price's photo recap of the whole shebang!


PHOTOS: Emmys 2013 Red Carpet Arrivals




Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy

Mayim Bialik, The Big Bang Theory
Julie Bowen, Modern Family
Anna Chlumsky, Veep
Jane Krakowski, 30 Rock
Jane Lynch, Glee
**WINNER ** Merritt Wever, Nurse Jackie




Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy

Ty Burrell, Modern Family
Adam Driver, Girls
Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Modern Family
Bill Hader, Saturday Night Live
**WINNER ** Tony Hale, Veep
Ed O'Neill, Modern Family



Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy

Laura Dern, Enlightened
Lena Dunham, Girls
Edie Falco, Nurse Jackie
Tina Fey, 30 Rock
**WINNER ** Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Veep
Amy Poehler, Parks and Recreation





Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy

Bobby Cannavale, Nurse Jackie
Louis C.K.Saturday Night Live
Will Forte, 30 Rock
Nathan Lane, Modern Family
**WINNER ** Bob Newhart, The Big Bang Theory
Justin Timberlake, Saturday Night Live


Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy

Dot-Marie Jones, Glee
**WINNER ** Melissa Leo, Louie
Melissa McCarthy, Saturday Night Live
Molly Shannon, Enlightened
Elaine Stritch, 30 Rock
Kristen Wiig, Saturday Night Live



Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy

Alec Baldwin, 30 Rock
Jason Bateman, Arrested Development
Louis C.K., Louie
Don Cheadle, House of Lies
Matt LeBlanc, Episodes
**WINNER ** Jim Parsons, The Big Bang Theory




Outstanding Lead Actress in a Miniseries or Movie

Jessica Lange, American Horror Story: Asylum
**WINNER ** Laura Linney, The Big C: Hereafter
Elisabeth Moss, Top of the Lake
Helen Mirren, Phil Spector
Sigourney Weaver, Political Animals




Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series

**WINNER ** Anna Gunn, Breaking Bad
Maggie Smith, Downton Abbey
Emilia Clarke, Game of Thrones
Christine Baranski, The Good Wife
Morena Baccarin, Homeland
Christina HendricksMad Men




Outstanding Reality Host

Tom Bergeron, Dancing With the Stars
Anthony Bourdain, The Taste
Cat Deely, So You Think You Can Dance
**WINNER ** Hedi Klum and Tim Gunn, Project Runway
Ryan Seacrest, American Idol
Betty White, Betty White's Off Their Rockers


Outstanding Reality Competition Program

The Amazing Race
Dancing With the Stars
Project Runway
So You Think You Can Dance
Top Chef
**WINNER ** The Voice



Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series

**WINNER ** Bobby Cannavale, Boardwalk Empire
Jonathan Banks, Breaking Bad
Aaron Paul, Breaking Bad
Jim Carter, Downton Abbey
Peter Dinklage, Game of Thrones
Mandy Patinkin, Homeland


Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series

Hugh Bonneville, Downton Abbey
Bryan Cranston, Breaking Bad
**WINNER ** Jeff Daniels, The Newsroom
Jon Hamm, Mad Men
Damien Lewis, Homeland
Kevin Spacey, House of Cards



Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series

Connie Britton, Nashville
**WINNER ** Claire Danes, Homeland
Michelle Dockery, Downton Abbey
Vera Farmiga, Bates Motel
Elisabeth Moss, Mad Men
Kerry Washington, Scandal 
Robin Wright, House of Cards



Outstanding Guest Actress in a Drama

Margo Martindale, The Americans
Diana Rigg, Game of Thrones
**WINNER ** Carrie Preston, The Good Wife
Linda Cardellini, Mad Men
Jane Fonda, The Newsroom
Joan CusackShameless 


Outstanding Guest Actor in a Drama

Nathan Lane, The Good Wife
Michael J. Fox, The Good Wife
Rupert Friend, Homeland
Robert Morse, Mad Men
Harry Hamlin, Mad Men
**WINNER ** Dan Bucatinsky, Scandal



Outstanding Variety Series

**WINNER ** The Colbert Report
The Daily Show With Jon Stewart
Late Night With Jimmy Fallon
Real Time With Bill Maher
Saturday Night Live




Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Miniseries or Movie

Scott Bakula, Behind the Candelabra
**WINNER ** James Cromwell, American Horror Story: Asylum
John Benjamin Hickey, The Big C: Hereafter
Peter Mullan, Top of the Lake
Zachary Quinto, American Horror Story: Asylum





Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Miniseries or Movie

**WINNER ** Ellen Burstyn, Political Animals
Sarah Paulson, American Horror Story: Asylum
Charlotte Rampling, Restless
Imelda Staunton, The Girl
Alfre Woodard, Steel Magnolias


Outstanding Lead Actor in a Miniseries or Movie

Benedict Cumberbatch, Parade's End
Matt Damon, Behind the Candelabra
**WINNER ** Michael Douglas, Behind the Candelabra
Toby Jones, The Girl
Al Pacino, Phil Spector


PHOTOS: Emmys 2013s


Outstanding Miniseries or Movie

American Horror Story: Asylum
**WINNER ** Behind the Candelabra
The Bible
Phil Spector
Political Animals
Top of the Lake


Outstanding Comedy Series

30 Rock
The Big Bang Theory
Girls
Louie
**WINNER ** Modern Family
Veep




Outstanding Drama Series

**WINNER ** Breaking Bad
Downton Abbey
Game of Thrones
Homeland
House of Cards
Mad Men


Well, that's that, folks! Who do you think got what they deserved? Who do you think was unjustifiably snubbed? Let's hear your thoughts on this year's winners in the comments, and check back soon for Price's photo recap of the whole shebang!

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do u remember "friends"? that was comedy ...
hmmm other than that... who still watch the Emmys anymore?
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Is modern family emmy-worthy? No
Is it still better than the other shows ? Yes
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Surprises of the night

1)Jeff Daniels, The Newsroom - He was good and Newsroom is quite good but to beat all of those heavyweights in that category was really surprising! It does suggest perhaps the voters are more willing NOT to keep giving to the same winners all the time.

2)Bobby Cannavale, Boardwalk Empire - I am glad as he really did a good job but very surprised. Someone in the comments section the other day was commenting that he is already very lucky because he has a big D*** (we saw it in BE) and has Rose Byrne (which was there with him). So 3rd time lucky for him I guess. Well, some guys do have all the luck.

3) Laura Linney, The Big C: Hereafter - She was not even there. I am very happy with Linney winning and her performance was fantastic throughout the 3 seasons. I guess it was a good idea to compete in this category this season.

4) Anna Gunn, Breaking Bad - Almost everyone on this website and on many internet forums thought she SHOULD win and she did. I am surprised for the first time, the voters got it right. This was the win that most people agree with.

Most delighted

1) Carrie Preston, The Good Wife - Firstly one of my favorite drama on network TV won something. She was literally a delightful character to watch on TGW and I hope she continues to return to the series ! After that, she should also gets a series on her own !

2) BREAKING BAD - I would not say last season was the BEST but I will take any breaking bad win!


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oh my god, how the hell does a piece of garbage like modern family beat out 4 of the most outstanding comedy series in the last decade...? Louie has been heralded as the comic genius of our time, yet he is consistently snubbed. This makes me lose hope for our countries IQ level...
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There is a difference between 'garbage' and 'not my taste'. Maybe you should learn it.
Also - "This makes me lose hope for our countries IQ level..." This sentence of full of win.
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After years of giving the Emmy for Best Comedy Series to shows like 30 Rock and Arrested Development, they're probably happy to give it to a show that more than a handful of people watch. Also, I make mistakes, but if you're going to bemoan the country's intelligence, perhaps you should bone up on the difference between plurals and possessives.
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They've been doing it every year since MF started, so you're a bit slow to notice. :)

There was one year when all of the adult actors except the one who plays a teenager were nominated. So six nominations in four categories. I don't remember how many wins they got, but I wouldn't be surprised if it was four.
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Can someone please explain to me how the comedy series with the best cast, best writing and the ability to make me laugh out loud at least once every episode cannot win the Emmy? Does everyone in Hollywood really hate Chuck Lorre that much? Thank you.
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Arguing over which is better - Modern Family or TBBT is like arguing which is more healthy: Burger King or McDonalds. It's pointless.
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I guess you're right. I will continue to watch and enjoy TBBT as long as it runs. I can honestly say I have not been disappointed with one episode in six seasons. It is consistently brilliantly entertaining.
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"Brilliantly entertaining"? "Best case, best writing"? You must be fascinated by flashing lights.
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What can I say. The show just appeals to me for some reason. I have only experienced flashing lights during my therapy sessions!
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WOW Tony Hale got one that's a positiv surprise for me. Too bad he never got one for his Role as Buster. ;)
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I am glad Bobby Cannavale got one for Boardwalk Empire.
He did an excellent job replacing the main antagonist from the first two seasons, if he had not the show might have been in trouble.
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Stupid time difference made me miss the live show. Seems I didn't miss all that much, though.
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So happy for Tony Hale, Anna Gunn and breaking bad.
But please for the love of God, give Poehler an award already! Also, her and Tina's bit was hilarious.
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Biggest win for the night for me it had to be Breaking Bad Best drama series!

Fu*ing best Bitch! Yo!


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LOL
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Yay!!! Modern Family :P
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It looks like I got 6 of my 10 predictions right.

I got 3 of the 4 supporting nominations wrong, and I didn't expect Jeff Daniels to win for best actor.
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I was overall happy about the results. Agree with most that is! Glad to see that Modern family is starting to loose momentum when it comes to individual wins. If you ask me they shouldn't have won the best comedy Emmy, as there are SO MANY OTHER BETTER AND FUNNIER COMEDIES but anyway... Oh and Jessica Lange should have won! She surely deserved it as she was uniquely brilliant in Asylum!
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Lose, not loose.
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You spot a spelling mistake in a comment on tv.com! Good for you pal!
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Since The Rat Bastards at ABC Family couldn't be bothered to nominate Bunheads for ANYTHING I had no interest in watching the Emmys.
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Modern Family is a little irritating. I also think Big Bang Theory is not funny; really think Louie C.K .should have won.
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There needs to be a balance between 'smart' comedy and broad appeal. Modern Family seems to fit that. It is smarter than a lot of other mainstream comedies, but has a much larger appeal than ones like Louie.
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I didn't watch the Emmy's (I was out, and then there was the Devious Maids season finale, and folks, there ARE priorities), but none of the winners really surprised me. I WILL, however, be reading Price's photo recap (which....he is doing, right? RIGHT?! If I wish for it hard enough, will it come true?!?!?!?!)
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Wow, I'm shocked but then again people seem to be cluless as to what great tv is....
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Jim Parsons FTW I love you Dr. Sheldon Cooper Bazinga!
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Wow, how did Bryan Cranston not win best Actor?
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Hard to grasp. Next year I want BB to win in all Drama categories. Everything else would be heresy.
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Because, he was easily bested by Jeff Daniels performance on The Newsroom... If you watch both show you would know...
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It sounds like a bunch of people are annoyed at Modern Family winning again. I haven't seen the last few seasons but I hear they're mediocre.

But to play Devil's Advocate... don't the Emmy's base their decision on a sample episode (or a couple of them)? If so, isn't it possible that the past year's BEST Modern Family EPISODES were win-worthy? Even a mediocre season of a regular show has a few previous gems in them... so if you're comparing the gems from one show to another... maybe the weaker season wins.

Then again, I don't know. I haven't seen any recent Modern Family episodes and perhaps my understanding of the Emmy judging is flawed.

Even a horrible marriage has a few gems of memories in the form of vacations/dinners/etc. Heck at one point Walter White's marriage was solid :-)
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I find that unfair, that the award for best series is based off the viewing of one episode. It's like only watching the final 20 minutes of a film.
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Actually, while all the actor/actress nominees pick one episode to submit to the voters for their categories, producers of best series nominees pick six episodes to submit, which are then broken into three pairings of two episodes that are distributed randomly to the voters. So for actor/actresses, they vote based on one episode; for best series, they vote based on two.

So yes, as I've mentioned before, it's a flawed system. But it's also probably as fair as they can get considering it's also maybe unreasonable to expect every voter to watch the whole season of every series. You just either have to take it, or take the approach that so many do and consider award shows pointless, hehe.
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It's true... there is no truly fair way. Even forcing them to watch all of the shows wouldn't work because there's no way they could pay attention to all of that material and critique it well.

Potentially 6 or 8 shows per category? About 22 episodes per season on average. Often 42 minutes per episode. That's 92.4 hours. You can't watch 92+ hours of TV and pay good enough attention as to critique it unless you spread it out over 1.5 months.
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On one hand I agree... a really stinky show with a horrible season could miraculously have a couple of solid episodes... submit them... and get nominated or possible win while a show that did better all year round but who's strongest episode wasn't AS good might get ignored.

On the other hand, you kind of want to reward those handful of episodes. Maybe it was a guest writer, maybe the actors were on fire, but they deserve some recognition for it.

So... I'm torn. I don't follow the award shows as a rule so I don't know if there is an award show with a "Best episode of a drama series" category (or something similar).
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I can't believe Jeff Daniels won. Good on him though. He's done a great job on The Newsroom but I'd have put him about fourth in that list of nominees. I thought the surprising result was going to be in the Lead Actress category, but that ended up be rather predictable. I'm glad Merrit Weaver won too.
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Kidding right? Jeff Daniels was clearly the best lead actor nominated last night
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I'm a big fan of his, but I assumed that the voters would pick Kevin Spacey for House of Cards or Bryan Cranston for Breaking Bad, then there's Damien Lewis for Homeland, all of them were excellent, as well as Jeff Daniels. Of all the shows selected for that category The Newsroom is easily my favourite and I thought Jeff Daniels deserved some recognition for his excellent work, I just never expected he'd actually receive it. Jon Hamm and Hugh Bonneville were also very good, making it the hardest category to predict in years. As great as all the candidates were, Jeff Daniels was my favourite and I'm delighted that he won. Having re-read my post I can understand the confusion. When I first saw the nominees I hoped that Daniels would it, but he's never been an Emmy's favourite, that's why I was surprised.
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Big congrats to Jim Parsons and Modern Family. Both were well-deserved to me.
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And Tv.com predictions were awful XD
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Outstanding Drama Series (Breaking Bad)

So deserving. No complains here.

Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series (Jeff Daniels)

No complains here. It would have been nice to see Bryan get another Emmy, but Jeff certainly deserves one as well.

Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series (Julia Louis-Dreyfus)

No Emmy for Amy either this year. =( Julia certainly deserves it, but I do want to see Amy get some recognition before Parks and Rec ends.

Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series (Bobby Cannavale)

Boddy was amazing as Rosetti. I wouldn't have complained if Jonathan or Mandy got it. Mandy needs to get an Emmy at some point because he is equally as amazing as Saul.
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Jeff Daniels is an actor that I admire but... is his work at the newsroom worth an Emmy? I don't think so. It's like they had to give something to a number of shows and they spread the trophies accordingly. No Top of the Lake, though.
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I have to amend my initial response because I forgot this Emmy timeline would have covered Season 1 of the Newsroom instead of just Season 2.

Last season, Jeff Daniel's work was exceptional. His speeches and dialog on the show was insanely talented... the intro to the show in general about "How America isn't great, but it can be" was awesome. Sure that was mostly the writing, but his delivery was great. As were many of his other scenes. Heck, he was the platform for each episode back then

This season his role was reduced and he didn't have that many exceptional scenes. But I'd forgotten that due to the HBO schedule the Emmy's probably span the first season.
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I haven't watched the second season but I did watch the first one - No Emmy material there, imho. Specially if you compare to the other competing actors, and many that didn't get a nomination. Congratulations to the winners, still.
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Last season? Sure. This season? Even I have to question it, and I love the show.

Last season he had some great scenes, dialog, and awesome monologues. The intro to the entire show was epic by itself. He was a driving force behind most of the episodes.

This season... I don't recall any awesome scenes so I wonder which episode they submitted to the voting committee. I guess a couple of his interviews with the lawyer, particularly close to the end of the season where the lawyer is wrapping up her interviews and Jeff Daniels gives a speech. But beyond that I can't think of any scenes or episodes in Season 2 where his character stood out.
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His nomination and win is for the pilot episode. The emmys go from July 1 to July 1. There are loop holes if a majority of the season airs before or after that date. The pilot aired June 24. The second season of the newsroom will be up for submission next year.
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Oops, must have deleted right before you posted. Yeh a friend reminded me that the Emmy's would have covered last season. So I posted a different response above. I think he definitely deserves a reward for last season.
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American Horror Story could have done with a bit more love but I guess I can't complain.

Glad Claire Danes won for a second year. Best actress on TV in my opinion.
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Aww come on people we all know ALL the Emmy's are going to Breaking Bad next year :) doesn't matter if it's comedy/drama/scifi! it's just one of the best shows atm.
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Did I miss something? Cannot see Lead Actress in a Miniseries or Movie?

Also a bit dissapointed about Top of the Lake not receiving an award.
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We all love Jeff Daniels, but seriously ? he won ???
against Bryan Cranston, John Hamm, Damien Lewis and Kevin Spacey ????

OK, Kevin Spacey, it's probably too soon, maybe next season

but come on, Bryan Cranston, John Hamm, Damien Lewis ???
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I'm happy for Jim Parsons and Breaking Bad, everything else is irrelevant.
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where was game of thrones that evening?

i`m totally excited about Merritt Wever, i love nurse jackie and i adore zoey!
so i hab my happy moment....
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Breaking Bad!! Anna Gunn!! Good stuff!!
Modern Family and Claire Danes again - yawn!
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Bob Newhart? Why? Only because he appeared in one sketch, painfully trying not to die on stage?
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Why? He gave a very funny performance in a well-conceived and well-written role, that's why.
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At least Breaking bad!
After all i had hoped for wasn´t nominated!
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I was a little disapointed that neither Aaron Paul nor Bryan Cranston won the Supporting/Lead Actor in a Drama Series award... :(
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Bryan has won it three times already. Jesse has won it twice. They will both win next year. No need to be disappointed about this one.
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Did I just call him Jesse? I meant Aaron of course.
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A little??
Also i wanted Jonathan Banks to win
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Bobby Cannavale? Really? He had the most uninspired role ever. And he got it over Aaron Paul, Peter Dinklage and Mandy Patinkin? And why the hell did Top of the Lake win nothing? It's one of the best miniseries I've ever seen. Of course when a series is made by a woman to show the male audience the merest glimpse of a unique perspective, it results in an Emmy snub.
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Cannavale sure as hell wasnt on my list. That boardwalk empire singing finale was so stupid I had to change the channel.
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I boycotted watching the Emmys tonight when I learned that they weren't including Jack Klugman in their In Memoriam. What the hell is THAT?!? The man was in The Odd Couple, Quincy M.E., and 4 different Twilight Zones, as well as GE Theater and a ton of other stuff. I'm sorry Cory Monteith passed away, but his career wasn't a piss in the wind compared to Klugman's.

Aaaand the 30 Rock circlejerk enjoys a few squirts. "Never mind the mediocrity of the last season, let's throw it a bone with Oustanding Writing."

I called virtually nothing here, am glad to see Jim Parsons recognized for his work last season instead of punished for past wins. Modern Family getting another big win is going to piss off a lotttt of people for some reason - I don't think last season deserved best comedy but it's still up there with the top competitors really.
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Uh...he was mentioned on my TV. The caption mentioned both The Odd Couple and Quincy, M.E.
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He was left out of the In Memoriam when they originally recorded it the previous week at the creative arts Emmy awards ceremony, I hadn't heard that had been addressed and could find no reference confirming it.
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I'm surprised I'm saying this, but I'm happy with the winners. I mean sure, Modern Family won best comedy, but they didn't steal the supporting category this year, and I was thrilled Tony Hale won as well as Merritt Weaver(best speach of the night). Anna Gunn also won, which is great. I would have preffered Louie over Parsons, but I wasn't disappointed he won. Breaking Bad also won best drama which made the 3+ hours worth it. I'm just glad it wasn't as predictable as years past. Overall it was great and I though NPH did another good job hosting, I didn't love the opening bits, but I thought he made up for it with a nice HIMYM bit and two great dance numbers.
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Breaking Bad/Modern Family deserved their wins, but I have to disagree with the rest.

Sarah Paulson deserved to win in the supporting actress category, she did an amazing job at playing her character on AHS. Also what the freck, why does Claire Danes wins for best actress every year? that's rather unfair. She's not even that good of an actress. Vera Farmiga deserved to win.
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Ugh, the Best Comedy category is still a tragedy. So much quality and it goes to a show that has been phoning it in for years.
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Modern Family.... Modern maf .... (damn... i hate this crap !!!)

So happy that Anna gunn won ^^

Claire Danes... i knew it ! she's AMAZING !!!

BB season 5A won ... O_o

5B ... i can't even imagine... (deserves 10xEmmys...)


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breaking bad will sweep it next year. wins for everyone. best show ever on tv.
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I'm slightly surprised Colbert won this year, delighted, but surprised. I've been rooting for the Report to take one away from The Daily Show for years but I thought it would have been the brilliant Super-Pac stuff last year that would have done it
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I gave up on the Emmys long ago....of all the people and shows nominated, I'm perhaps familiar with only a few of the shows in general, and none of them ever win anyway since it's a "cable fest" with HBO and the other pay-for-view channels that I don't receive always winning the majority of the awards. This year, of all the shows nominated for anything, I've watched a whopping 3 or 4 of them and the rest I've never even heard of.
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My congratulations and best wishes to all of you who supported all/some of the nominations. In my case, I selected not a single winner and many I had hoped for weren't even nominated
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I 'selected' some winners by guessing, but generally I'm with you.
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Did Modern Family seriously win for best comedy again? Like who from that show is blowing whose dick at the Emmy's. Because this is in-fucken-sanity.
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first off Merritt Wever's "speech" was the cutest thing ever.
I was flipping b/w this and Breaking Bad tonight and AMC spoiled Breaking Bad winning Outstanding Drama Series b/c they were already congratulating them about an hour before they announced the winners.
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