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12:00 AM PST 1/1/2013 by Daniel Reynoso
The 2013 Primetime Emmy Awards
The Hollywood Reporter's coverage of the annual ceremony from the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, with updates from the red carpet, backstage and audience of L.A. Live.
The roundup: Breaking Bad wins Best Drama, Modern Family wins Best Comedy. Behind the Candelabra wins Best Miniseries/Movie. Michael Douglas wins Best Lead Actor in a Movie for Behind the Candelabra. Ellen Burstyn (Political Animals) wins Best Supporting Actress, Miniseries/Movie. Steven Soderbergh (Behind The Candelabra) wins Best Directing, Miniseries, Movie or Special. James Cromwell (American Horror Story: Asylum) wins Best Supporting Actor, Miniseries/Movie. Abi Morgan wins Best Writing for a Miniseries, Movie or Special for The Hour. The Colbert Report wins Best Variety Series. Derek Hough wins a solo Emmy for Best Choreography for his work on Dancing With the Stars. Don Roy King wins Best Directing for a Variety Series for Saturday Night Live. The Colbert Report wins Best Writing for a Variety Series. David Fincher wins Best Director, Drama Series for House of Cards. Claire Danes wins Best Lead Actress, Drama for Homeland. Jeff Daniels wins Best Lead Actor, Drama for The Newsroom. Bobby Cannavale wins Best Supporting Actor, Drama for Boardwalk Empire. The Voice wins Best Reality Competition Series. Anna Gunn wins Best Supporting Actress for Breaking Bad. Henry Bromell (Homeland) wins Best Writing for a Drama Series. Laura Linney wins Best Actress, Miniseries/Movie for The Big C: Hereafter. Jim Parsons (The Big Bang Theory) wins Best Lead Actor for a Comedy. Gail Mancuso wins Best Direction, Comedy Series for Modern Family. Julia Louis-Dreyfus wins Best Supporting Actress, Comedy. Tony Hale wins Best Supporting Actor, Comedy. Tina Fey and Tracy Wigfield wins Best Writing, Comedy for 30 Rock. And Merritt Wever wins Best Supporting Actress, Comedy for Nurse Jackie.
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