AMC's "Breaking Bad" had 13 nominations and CBS' "Modern Family" had 12, but both took home two wins. Here's some surprising names that didn't make the cut.
Aaron Paul, highly praised for his role as Jesse on AMC's Breaking Bad, left the Emmys empty-handed after being nominated for best supporting actor in a drama series.
Breaking Bad star Bryan Cranston was nominated for best lead actor in a drama series, only to be beaten out by The Newsroom's Jeff Daniels.
Scandal star Kerry Washington was a favorite for best lead actress in a drama series, but the Emmy went to Homeland's Claire Danes.
Kevin Spacey didn't get an Emmy for his role as Francis Underwood in House of Cards, but the Netflix series did take home the award for best directing for a drama series.
'The Daily Show'
The Daily Show lost out to sister show The Colbert Report in best variety series as well as two other categories.
AMC's hit drama series Mad Men failed to chalk up any wins this year.
CBS' Modern Family took home two Emmys for best comedy series and best directing for a comedy series, but none of the individual actors were awarded trophies.
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