'Modern,' 'Men' Top the Emmys
"Modern Family" and "Mad Men" were the big winners at the 62nd Annual Primetime Emmy Awards Sunday night, picking up awards for Best Drama and Best Comedy series, respectively.
The stylized 1960's drama won its third Emmy in a row, while the newbie docu-comedy won its first award.
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"Family's" Eric Stonestreet grabbed the night's first Emmy, winning for Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series, with Jane Lynch following up as Best Supporting Actress for her turn as the mean Sue Sylvester in "Glee." Watch her backstage at the Emmys!
Other comedy winners included "The Big Bang Theory's" Jim Parsons, who won Best Actor, and Edie Falco for Best Actress for her performance as "Nurse Jackie." The multi-Emmy Award-winning Falco was more than surprised by her win, since her previous wins were for the drama "The Sopranos." "I'm so NOT funny," she quipped in her acceptance speech.
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The drama Emmys went to "Breaking Bad's" Bryan Cranston for Best Actor, "The Closer's" Kyra Sedgwick for Best Actress, "The Good Wife's" Archie Panjabi for Supporting Actress and "Breaking Bad's" Aaron Paul for Supporting Actor.
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HBO's "Temple Grandin" was the big winner for Best TV Movie, with Emmys going to its stars Claire Danes, Julia Ormond and David Strathairn.
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The show's host Jimmy Fallon kicked things off with a rousing number, singing Bruce Springsteen's "Born to Run" with a mix of TV stars, including the cast of "Glee," Tina Fey, Jon Hamm and more. Watch the opening skit!
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