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Emmy was often quick to acknowledge groundbreaking programs.
Having attracted the highest number of viewers in television for the eighth time in nine years, CBS has again decided to take just a few calculated risks to stay on top.
Nominees include Steven Moffat, Heidi Thomas, Todd Haynes & Jon Raymond, Peter Gould and Julian Fellowes.
Nominees include "American Masters," "Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations," "Biography," "Moguls & Movie Stars," "Pioneers of Television" and "30 for 30."
Nominees include "Becoming Chaz," "Gettysburg," "His Way," "Jaws: The Inside Story" and "Stand Up to Cancer."
Larry David may have taken the year off, but Emmy voters were quick to fill his spot with two other lead actors playing fictionalized versions of themselves.
That three of the five women nominated for lead actress in a miniseries or movie either hail from England or adopt a British accent isn't particularly surprising.