Thursday, July 14, 2011

Emmy Awards 2011: All nominations!

That afternoon What have been announced appointments to the 63rd Emmy Awards, which reward every year the best of American television. By Jane Lynch, the tyrannical teacher Glee sport, this 2011 edition will be broadcast Sept. 18 on Fox. And this year, the series Mad Men with the most nominations, 19 in total, followed closely by Boardwalk Empire, the drama of Martin Scorsese, who harvest 18.

The Modern Family sitcom up the rear with 17 nominations. The Good Wife, Dexter, Dr. House, Glee, to name a few, are also present. Among the great absent Housewiwves Desperate and Grey's Anatomy, which collect no appointment. Another surprise this year, the Academy of Arts and Sciences Television has given an appointment to the excellent Friday Night Lights, adored by critics but ignored by the public, in the category of best drama series.

This is a first for the series, just to bow out after five seasons on the air. Its main performers, Kyle Chandler and Connie Britton, are also named in the category of Best Actor and Best Actress in a Drama Series, respectively. For his part, Matt LeBlanc, never assimilated to his role as Joey in Friends, was nominated for his surprise comeback in the breaking sitcom episodes.

Finally, Chris Colfer, the young character of Glee openly gay, is named in the category of Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series.

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