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  1. The Cable Groundbreakers

    6:00 am 9/13/2011

    Representing a range of shows, their wins proved that basic cable was worthy of being at the highest level of quality. Read more

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  2. The Jersey Boys

    6:00 am 9/13/2011

    "The Sopranos" netted creator David Chase 6 Emmys, including two for outstanding drama. But he still offers a blunt appraisal of Hollywood's awards hype.Read more

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  3. The Lady Cops

    6:00 am 9/13/2011

    It's easy to remember "Cagney & Lacey" simply as "that 1980s female cop show." But the power of the CBS drama series far outweighs such a trite mantle. Read more

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  4. The Network Gods

    6:00 am 9/13/2011

    All three know something about defying expectations: Under their watch, their networks and studios collectively have nabbed more than 350 Emmys.Read more

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  5. The Animators

    6:00 am 9/13/2011

    They are the flesh-and-blood embodiment of animation domination, racking up 16 Emmys between them.Read more

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  6. The Drama Kings

    6:00 am 9/13/2011

    It's hard to imagine an Emmy king like "Mad Men" creator Matthew Weiner feeling unworthy of inclusion in the highest ranks of drama-writing giants. Read more

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  7. Modern Executive Style

    6:00 am 9/13/2011

    HOLLYWOOD STYLE: The costume designer of "I Don't Know How She Does It" creates his and hers corporate chic looks.Read more

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  8. The Emmy Arms Race

    6:00 am 9/13/2011

    HOLLYWOOD STYLE: It's not enough to be well dressed on the red carpet -- actresses have to get the perfect arm to go with that sleeveless gown.Read more

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  9. Emmys Beauty 101

    6:00 am 9/13/2011

    HOLLYWOOD BEAUTY: Skin! Hair! Brows! The industry's favorite destinations to get HD-camera ready for the TV business' most glamorous evening.Read more

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  10. 'A Combination of Shock and Sadness'

    6:00 am 9/13/2011

    BACKLOT: "Two and a Half Men" star Jon Cryer opens up about Charlie Sheen's firing, Chuck Lorre, his thoughts on new co-star Ashton Kutcher and the legacy of Duckie.Read more

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