Here Are Your 2012 Emmy Winners (UPDATED)


Emmy Goldberg, the mascot for the Emmys, harnesses nuclear fusion to keep the award in place.

Finally! The night that Kathy Bates has been waiting for! Yes it's the Emmys, television's attempt at keeping the tuxedo-rental industry alive. Jimmy Kimmel is hosting this year's gathering of television's greatest luminaries and Jon Cryer, where all the focus is on one thing: making sure Modern Family and Mad Men don't hog all the awards, because c'mon guys! Save some for all the charming Brits nominated!

I'll be updating the winners live right here, and who knows, maybe I'll even add some commentary if the mood strikes. Be sure to share your well-spoken, intelligent thoughts in the comments section below, and don't forget: we're live-tweeting the shebang, too.


Outstanding Drama Series

Mad Men
*WINNER* Homeland
Downton Abbey
Breaking Bad
Boardwalk Empire
Game of Thrones


Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series

Bryan Cranston, Breaking Bad
Jon Hamm, Mad Men
Steve Buscemi, Boardwalk Empire
Hugh Bonneville, Downton Abbey
*WINNER* Damian Lewis, Homeland
Michael C. Hall, Dexter


Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series

*WINNER* Claire Danes, Homeland
Julianna Margulies, The Good Wife
Elisabeth Moss, Mad Men
Glenn Close, Damages
Michelle Dockery, Downton Abbey
Kathy Bates, Harry’s Law


Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series

Peter Dinklage, Game of Thrones
*WINNER* Aaron Paul, Breaking Bad
Giancarlo Esposito, Breaking Bad
Brendan Coyle, Downton Abbey
Jim Carter, Downton Abbey
Jared Harris, Mad Men

Yes, Aaron Paul gave an adorable Emmy speech.


Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series

Christina Hendricks, Mad Men
*WINNER* Maggie Smith, Downton Abbey
Christine Baranski, The Good Wife
Joanne Froggatt, Downton Abbey
Archie Panjabi, The Good Wife
Anna Gunn, Breaking Bad


Outstanding Guest Actor in a Drama

Mark Margolis, Breaking Bad
*WINNER* Jeremy Davies, Justified
Jason Ritter, Parenthood
Ben Feldman, Mad Men
Dylan Baker, The Good Wife
Michael J. Fox, The Good Wife


Outstanding Guest Actress in a Drama

Joan Cusack, Shameless
Uma Thurman, Smash
Julia Ormond, Mad Men
Loretta Devine, Grey's Anatomy
Jean Smart, Harry's Law
*WINNER* Martha Plimpton, The Good Wife


Outstanding Directing, Drama

*WINNER* Tim Van Patten, Boardwalk Empire "To The Lost"
Vince Gilligan, Breaking Bad "Face Off"
Brian Percival, Downton Abbey "Episode 7"
Phil Abraham, Mad Men "The Other Woman"
Michael Cuesta, Homeland "Pilot"


Outstanding Writing, Drama

Julian Fellowes, Downton Abbey "Episode 7"
Semi Chellas and Matthew Weiner, Mad Men "The Other Woman"
Andre Jacquemetton and Maria Jacquemetton, Mad Men "Commissions and Fees"
Semi Chellas and Matthew Weiner, Mad Men "Far Away Places"
*WINNER* Alex Gansa, Howard Gordon, and Gideon Raff, Homeland "Pilot"

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Outstanding Comedy Series

*WINNER* Modern Family
30 Rock
The Big Bang Theory
Curb Your Enthusiasm
Girls
Veep


Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy

Jim Parsons, The Big Bang Theory
Alec Baldwin, 30 Rock
*WINNER* Jon Cryer, Two and a Half Men
Louis C.K., Louie
Larry David, Curb Your Enthusiasm
Don Cheadle, House of Lies


Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy

*WINNER* Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Veep
Melissa McCarthy, Mike & Molly
Amy Poehler, Parks and Recreation
Tina Fey, 30 Rock
Edie Falco, Nurse Jackie
Zooey Deschanel, New Girl
Lena Dunham, Girls

* Winner, best in-show gag, Amy Poehler


Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy

Ty Burrell, Modern Family
*WINNER* Eric Stonestreet, Modern Family
Ed O'Neill, Modern Family
Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Modern Family
Max Greenfield, New Girl
Bill Hader, Saturday Night Live


Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy

*WINNER* Julie Bowen, Modern Family
Sofia Vergara, Modern Family
Kristen Wiig, Saturday Night Live
Kathryn Joosten, Desperate Housewives
Mayim Bialik, The Big Bang Theory
Merritt Wever, Nurse Jackie


Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy

Michael J. Fox, Curb Your Enthusiasm
*WINNER* Jimmy Fallon, Saturday Night Live
Will Arnett, 30 Rock
Greg Kinnear, Modern Family
Jon Hamm, 30 Rock
Bobby Cannavale, Nurse Jackie


Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy

*WINNER* Kathy Bates, Two and a Half Men
Maya Rudolph, Saturday Night Live
Elizabeth Banks, 30 Rock
Melissa McCarthy, Saturday Night Live
Margaret Cho, 30 Rock
Dot-Marie Jones, Glee


Outstanding Directing, Comedy

Robert B. Weide, Curb Your Enthusiasm "Palestinian Chicken"
Lena Dunham, Girls "Pilot"
Jake Kasdan, New Girl "Pilot"
Louis C.K., Louie "Duckling"
Jason Winer, Modern Family "Virgin Territory"
*WINNER* Steve Levitan, Modern Family "Baby On Board"


Outstanding Writing, Comedy

*WINNER* Louis C.K., Louie "Pregnant"
Lena Dunham, Girls "Pilot"
Amy Poehler, Parks and Recreation "The Debate"
Michael Schur, Parks and Recreation "Win Lose or Draw"
Chris McKenna, Community "Remedial Chaos Theory"

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Outstanding Reality Competition Program

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


Outstanding Reality Host

Cat Deeley, So You Think You Can Dance
*WINNER* Tom Bergeron, Dancing with the Stars
Ryan Seacrest, American Idol
Phil Keoghan, The Amazing Race
Betty White, Betty White’s Off Their Rockers


Outstanding Variety Series

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


Outstanding Miniseries or Movie

*WINNER* Game Change, HBO
American Horror Story, FX
Hemingway & Gellhorn, HBO
Sherlock: A Scandal In Belgravia, PBS
Luther, BBC America
Hatfields & McCoys, History


Outstanding Lead Actor in a Miniseries or Movie

Woody Harrelson, Game Change
Clive Owen, Hemingway & Gellhorn
Benedict Cumberbatch, Sherlock: A Scandal In Belgravia
Idris Elba, Luther
*WINNER* Kevin Costner, Hatfields & McCoys
Bill Paxton, Hatfields & McCoys


Outstanding Lead Actress in a Miniseries or Movie

*WINNER* Julianne Moore, Game Change
Connie Britton, American Horror Story
Nicole Kidman, Hemingway & Gellhorn
Emma Thompson, The Song of Lunch (Masterpiece)
Ashley Judd, Missing


Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Miniseries or Movie

Ed Harris, Game Change
Denis O'Hare, American Horror Story
David Strathairn, Hemingway & Gellhorn
Martin Freeman, Sherlock: A Scandal In Belgravia
*WINNER* Tom Berenger, Hatfields & McCoys


Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Miniseries or Movie

Sarah Paulson, Game Change
Frances Conroy, American Horror Story
*WINNER* Jessica Lange, American Horror Story
Judy Davis, Page Eight
Mare Winningham, Hatfields & McCoys



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The amazing race... again!!! o_O
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what about game of thrones ... this is a fuckin joke ...
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BREAKING BAD GO TO FUCK OFF! Fuck yeah, i fuckin' love Homeland, and hate Breaking-Bullshit-Bad, what a shitty show. Breaking Bad: FUCK YOU! HOMELAND 4EVER!

P.S.:

Cranston, Jesus Christ, you're face is ugly as a dirty ass! DAMIAN LEWIS FTW! Cranston is a shitty actor.
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So if you don't like Breaking Bad that says to me you've only seen the first episode (because you've obviously stopped watching it right?) so you're not really in a position to comment about season 4 of Breaking Bad being worse than season 1 of Homeland and Bryan Cranston not being the best drama actor of the season.



Also, you're an idiot...who probably likes Dexter.
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"...who probably likes Dexter"

That comment is almost as dumb as GoClody's comments. Yes, Dexter has been going downhill since Lila torched her apartment, but before that it was the best thing on TV, and even the weak season 5 (Lumen) was more entertaining than all but a handful of shows (BB being one of them, obviously). Season 6 (Hanks/Olmos) was *really* weak, I'll admit that, but so what? One really weak season doesn't mean that you have to be an idiot to like the show.
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Jon Cryer won for best lead in a comedy? Really? I dont see it.

Also kind of surprised that Mad Men didnt win for The Other Woman that was a really good episode
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I am really happy about Jessica Lange. She is simply amazing! But very annoyed with all the MODERN FAMILY wins. THEY DON'T DESERVE IT. I really don't understand why they keep winning. Their last season was below average.. How can the blond from modern family win instead of the incredible Kristen Wigg... I mean that's simply wrong.
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You would think that broadcast networks would take note that most of the awards are won by cable networks...or do they even care???
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Really? Bryan Cranston didn't win Best Actor? His performance in season 4 was probably the best performance I've ever seen on television. I like Damian Lewis a lot too, but come on.

Everything else pretty much went as expected. I'm so glad the new TV season starts right after the Emmys, so I have other reasons than repetiveness and bad writing to hate Modern Family, despite watching every episode.
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I agree with you, but I find it hard to complain after he won three in a row.
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I'm so glad I skipped out on this. Not only was it predictable, but the winners in comedy are almost all completely wrong. Modern Family does not deserve any gold or 50%+ of a category, and Jon Cryer winning is a joke.



I'm at least glad to see Homeland sweep and Julia Louis Dreyfus win for Veep.
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Two and a Half Men won three Emmys this season. That's like giving it one Emmy per tolerable second.



Also, I like Modern Family, but I'm starting to hate the cast & crew. They act as if they were the most important people in television. The way they butter each other up is so annoying -- Julie Bowen in particular; first she had the nerve to complain about no Modern Family writers being nominated, and then she spent half her acceptance speech kissing up Sofia Vergara when she had the MORAL OBLIGATION to apologize to Kristen Wiig.



I mean, there were many unfair things about last night (nothing for Sherlock, Modern Family winning, Jon Cryer) but Kristen Wiig not winning was just offensive. Especially considering Julie Bowen had already won for a much better season.
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I guess Jon Cryer winning an Emmy proves that the show is bigger than Charlie Sheen. Or at least it proves that Chuck Lorre has a lot of Emmy voting friends, or he can fix it. Cryer winning is just beyond ridiculous, when great actors like John Noble, Anna Torv, Katey Sagel, Ron Pearlman, Walter Goggins, Timothy Olyphant, to name only a few get completely overlooked. And I know Jon Cryer is in comedy and they are all drama, at least the drama categories have worthy actors like Aaron Paul winning, but still its the same faces every year.

The 'comedy' section of the Emmy's is the real laugh. The last season of Modern Family was average at best, relying on the same jokes in every episode, Phil is an idiot, Gloria has an accent, Manny is annoying, Cam is camp, need I go on.

TV.COM please set up your own awards show!!!
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"Game Change" stunk. Seems like a politically motivated pick by the Academy. No surprises there, I guess.
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Lol Aaron was really happy after winning Emmy Awards 2012 he kiss Giancarlo Esposito on the lips :* ... http://bit.ly/QPTYMa

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Too late. (Scroll down).
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Homeland is good, but way overrated. Breaking Bad should've won. as for Modern Family, its better than the rest of the shows in its catagory, but its not good enough. Community is the best comedy in the past year.
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Kinda glad Homeland beat BB. It'll motivate Vince Gillian to end that fantastic show on an epic note. BB will sweep all Emmys next year.
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I think Bryan Cranston got robbed.
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You haven't watched HOMELAND.
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I have. He got robbed.
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Although I think Homeland is overrated and seas 1 inferior to BB's seas 4 in every way, it's good Homeland gets plastered with awards. The show is going to get really bad over the next season(s) so they can keep next year's awards for BB's final eight OR the probably stellar third season of GoT.
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Aaron Paul! That's the only one I'm happy of. The rest is a big disappointment. It's a shame really..
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All I really hope is that Bryan Cranston's loss doesn't take away from him going all out in the rest of Season 5. Anyone see his face when Lewis won? He had that Heisenberg look.
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Season 5 is already made.
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Half of it is.
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I guess I'll have to catch up with Homeland...it won over Breaking Bad and Cranston and got good reviews so it must be good. Plus is HBO. Sad about Cranston though he's awesome as ever.



Is it really Modern Family the best comedy on TV? In my head it's not even fucking close, oh well -.-'



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It's not HBO. It's on showtime.
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If Giancarlo couldn't win, I am at least happy Aaron Paul did. He is so adorable and seemed to know that it should have gone Esposito. But Aaron deserves it, he is fabulous as Jesse and I would be surprised if he won next year considering his role in the first 8 episodes of season 5 was slightly diminished.

I am pissed Damion Lewis beat Bryan Cranston. At least he has 3 already, but I don't believe there is a better actor out there. And Jon Hamm may be crying right now. That poor guy just can't win and nobody even expects him too.

Screw the comedies and most importantly Modern Family. I mean I was happy when Louis won and I don't even watch his show. I just know his show has to be way better than Modern Family because anything is better than modern family.

Good Luck next year Amy!
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As far as the drama categories are concerned I feel that Breaking Bad and Bryan Cranston should have won Best Series and Outstanding Lead Actor respectively. But being a big fan of Homeland too, I'm OK with the Academy's choices thinking it could have been Mad Men again! ;)

Claire Danes and Aaron Paul totally deserved their Emmys and I'm especially happy about the later because his performance in Breaking Bad has been amazing but few expected to see him on stage last night! And maybe next year he'll be up there too for his third win considering his excellent performance in Season 5.
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There are a lot of categories I don't really care about, either because I don't watch the shows that were nominated, or generally don't care about the specific categories. But I will say this: I'm so glad that Aaron Paul won an Emmy this year. He did such a fantastic job last season that. The writers obviously deserve credit for giving him such great material to work with, but Aaron Paul blew it out of the park.
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Good grief, is "Modern Family" dipped in fucking gold??? It's terrible and it wins by a landslide? Over "Louie" and "Community"??? WTF is up with that??



And "American Horror Story" is not a miniseries.



Jon Cryer???? Really???



And Aaron Paul is adorable.



And I loved to see John Noble win! Oh, wait... he wasn't even nominated. Screw you, Emmys.
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Couldn't agree more with the last line of that post. :(
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I can't complain about Aaron Paul winning because he is excellent, but I really wanted to see Esposito take it this year. I'm not even going to comment on the comedy section, because the emmys suck big time when it comes to that category.
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First of all, Jon Cryer and Julie Bowen won awards? SERIOUSLY? Every other supporting actress is more talented than her. Who did she blow to win that?

Well done Homeland! The only winners I agree with this year. Modern Family winning was a joke but that whole category was a joke this year. TBBT, 30 Rock and Curb are all old, let some other shows have a crack at an Emmy!

Oh and Amy Poehler was robbed... AGAIN!
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Seriously "Homeland" & "Modern Family" !!!! The 2 most overrated shows on television at the moment. I give up! How could Big bang not win????? Benedict Cumberbatch was snubbed????? Disgraceful!
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homeland is far from overrated. if it's well rated it's well deserved. you're right about modern family, though it's awfully bizarre that you'd call it overrated and then say the big bang theory should have won. i'm sure you know what i'm getting at.
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No, I dont know what you are getting at. Homeland, in my opinion is the most boring programme on TV. I tried to watch it, god knows i tried but the story was bland as well as the acting. There were far better contenders for an entertaining drama. The big bang theory is what it is,Funny! Modern Family (again, tried to watch but could not connect to the characters or the humour (or lack of).
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i guess you brits have different taste. talk about bland and boring though with your tv "programmes" you should know all about that.
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Boo yeah! cant have a discussion so resort to cheap insults!!!!!
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NEWS FLASH! The Big Bang Theory is not funny.
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Actually, the only show that should have won is Community!
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Yes it is!

Modern Family is not!
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"i tried but the story was bland as well as the acting. " O_O



LIAR ! you have not seen HOMELAND....
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Partly true after falling asleep 3 times. I also suffer from imsomnia! My prescription bill has dropped dramatically, thank you Homeland!
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Seriously nothing for Sherlock or Benedict Cumberbatch???????????????????
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Congrats to Modern Family! It truly is one of the best comedy shows right now! They surely deserved the win!

Also glad to see Homeland kicking the ass of that god awful Mad Men! Never understood the appeal of that show!

All and all I'm pretty happy with the winners...
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Is this sarcasm?
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I think there should be a list similar like the one below:

(Broadcast) Single camera: Community, Parks & Recreation, Cougar Town, Happy Endings, Raising Hope



(Broadcast) Multi: The Big Bang Theory, 2 Broke Girls, How I Met Your Mother, Two and a Half Men, Mike & Molly (heh all CBS comedies)



(Cable) Single cam: Awkward., Louie, Wilfred, It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, The League
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I'm not sure what categories I would like to see for the best comedy actors and best comedy series, but I don't think it really makes sense to distinguish between "lead" and "supporting" as they do now. Who's the lead on Community for example? Joel McHale? Why? Just because he was the first person we saw in the first episode, and because his character is sort of the leader of the group?
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Homeland has kicked Med Men asses. Very happy about it! I hope some other comedy could do the same with MF.



Jon Cryer?? C'mon... LCK triplet would have been perfect
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Wow...Jon Cryer??? Really??? All credibility lost with that decision. In the current season of TAHM, I don't even find his comedy passable...It's way too cringe inducing every time he hams his way in... (If I had to give the award, I would have given it to Jim Parsons (Sheldon Cooper). I wonder if anyone can deny that Jim Parsons is 1000 times more deserving for that award than Jon Cryer..
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They already had no credibility to lose mate...
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I just came on to see who won, not that I care in the least. It's just interesting to see what people think. I think giving awards to reality shows is just wrong as is this whole process. I love good drama, so explain to me why I haven't been back to Mad Men in two seasons. Perhaps it's just not that good. We all like what we like and none of this stuff was as good as Human Target as entertainment - just my opinion. I am a connoisseur of TV and I like a lot of it but the Emmys don't make sense to me ever since John Laroquette won every year for Night Court. So I am never pleased or disappointed in the outcome of this nonsense...
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I miss Human Target too.

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Wow Amy Poehler passed over again, so WRONG
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Sherlock and Community were totally and wrongfully neglected. So sad that they never really get the spotlight in these big "legit" award shows... I mean, especially in the Comedy category, I will never get over Modern Family winning AGAIN. That show hasn't deserved an award since Season 1.
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While Homeland WAS a great series (I can't wailt for Season 2!) there are better Lead Actors than Damian Lewis, even though Lewis did do a great job.



How Peter Dinklage didn't win anything for Game of Thrones is a TRAVESTY! I think he's the best actor on TV right now, and I also think Ryan Cartwright should have at LEAST been nominated for his role as Gary in Alphas. Whenever I see him I truly believe he is autistic and not acting.... another travesty! But I guess that's the Emmy's for you.... :/
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It's not a travesty. Peter is awesome, but best supporting actor is the toughest of all categories. In particular, he had to compete with Aaron Paul and Giancarlo Esposito. I'm happy for Aaron. I think he should have won for seasons 1 and 2 as well. This year I was kind of hoping for Giancarlo Esposito, since Aaron and Peter both had already won one time each, and this was Giancarlo's last chance to win for Breaking Bad.

I don't think Aaron should win for the first half of season 5 (which will be considered for Emmy's next year), because his role wasn't as challenging as in previous seasons. So if Peter Dinklage is as awesome in season 3 of GoT as he was in seasons 1-2, then I will join you in shouting "travesty" next year.
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I'm so happy for Homeland, glad that Aaron Paul won another Emmys and disappointed for Sherlock :)
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I stopped reading after I saw Jimmy Fallon won for best Guest Actor for Comedy. Poor, poor M Fox. How the hell did this happen?? Also, really pissed at Modern Family winning all the awards again. I watched the show from the beginning, but for some reason found myself not bothering catching up on the end of season 3 once I got too busy to watch it regularly. Tell me, if it was such an outstanding series, why wasn't it nominated for Best Writing when Parks and Rec was nominated twice in that category??
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I've never even heard of a "Homeland" until now.
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Seriously? This is a joke, right? My sarcasm meter must be malfunctioning or something.

I notice that you are a pre-TV.comer, having joined this site even before it was up in 2005. Respect for that, I don't often see guys like you around here. But how is it possible not to have heard of Homeland? It is one of the most talked about shows of the last season!
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Homeland took it ...home :P but I was hoping for more for Breaking Bad or Game of thrones
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Homeland <3
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well looks better than last year:) at least Mad Men did not get anything:) Now lets hope the same thing for Modern Family next year, as though I LOVE the show, its getting kinda boring to see them nominated and winning this much..
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That's a shit ton of Modern Family wins and nothing for Sherlock. I am not happy.
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"Yes, Aaron Paul gave an adorable Emmy speech. "



agreed ! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qJHG6lkr_4o
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LOL, did he kiss Giancarlo on the mouth there? And what's that woman doing at the end? (Is that Rihanna?) She's like "get off the stage bitches".
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Some good wins, and some that I find questionable. I love Damien Lewis, and think he's doing a great job with Homeland (much better than Danes!), but Cranston deserved the award in that category. I certainly don't think Homeland deserves the best Drama award either, but is obviously going to hit home a lot harder with Americans, and that's where these shows are made and the awards are held, so on top of the fact that the other shows in the category are only going to appeal to certain swaths of the population, I can understand why it won.



Looks like I better check out Hatfields and McCoys!
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They were pretty predictable. I think most of the categories were "guessable" well before the ceremony. I was very pleased with a couple of the winners and not at all surprised bynthe rest..
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seriously? homeland beat both breaking bad AND the game of thrones?? how did this happen?? and how did jim parsons not win lead actor this year??
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Damien Lewis better than Steve Buscemi, Michael C Hall AND BRYAN CRANSTON? In what world?
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In the world of he's AWESOME!?!?!
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He *was* very good, but I agree that Bryan Cranston was better. Maybe they just thought that 4 times in a row would be too many.

Michael C Hall should have won several already (it's ridiculous that he didn't win for seasons 1 and 2), but maybe they found it hard to vote for him, since it was by far the worst season of Dexter.

Steve Buscemi has done a lot of great roles in movies, but I don't think BE is among his greatest work. Both the show and the character are kind of boring. So I would rather see Damian Lewis win than him.
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I know right. I was rooting for anyone but him (just because I find the others so amazing)
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SNUB

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Aaron Paul beat some amazing actors to that prize, wow! Fully deserved though. People talk about Cranston and the guy who plays Gus from Breaking Bad (in terms of acting) but Aaron Paul is my favourite actor in it, personally
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No way was Homeland better than Breaking Bad. Ridiculous. Happy for Aaron Paul, but was hoping to see Giancarlo win that one. Bryan Cranston should've won too. I also find it absolute crap Anna Gunn wasn't even nommed. Cheers to Louis C.K. and Jimmy Fallon (who also should've won variety. Seriously, the Daily Show? Don't make me laugh)!
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How can you not want The Daily Show to win? Jon Stewart is doing a fantastic job there, and the people working for him who dig through the archives to find the right clips to show are almost as impressive.
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Anna Gunn was nominated.
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