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Emmy Awards Winners: Photo Slideshow

Click through our slideshow to see which of your favorite shows and stars -- and the companies that stand to profit from them -- scored at the 62nd Annual Primetime Emmy Awards.



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ABC Television Network saw its hit show

Modern Family

receive three awards at the 62nd Annual Primetime Emmy Awards on Sunday night. The show won Best Comedy Series, beating out comedy show nominees including NBC's

30 Rock


The Office

, as well as Showtime's

Nurse Jackie


Creators Steven Levitan and Christopher Lloyd received an award for Best Writing for a Comedy Series while Eric Stonestreet, the actor who plays Cameron Tucker on the show, won Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series. Stonestreet beat out costar nominee Jesse Tyler Ferguson for his role as Tucker's husband Mitchell Pritchett, as well as costar Ty Burrell for his role as Phil Dunphy.

Click through the photo slideshow to find out which of your favorite shows and stars were honored at the 62nd Annual Primetime Emmy Awards.

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Breaking Bad


Mad Men

each earned two awards last night. Bryan Cranston, who plays Walter White on

Breaking Bad

, won best Drama Series Actor, while Aaron Paul won best Drama Series Supporting Actor.

Mad Men

was named Best Drama Series, and its writers Matthew Weiner and Erin Levy took home the award for Best Drama Series Writing.

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Rainbow Media

, a subsidiary of




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The Big Bang Theory

won Best Actor in a Comedy Series. Archie Panjabi won Best Supporting Actress on a Drama Series for her role as Kalinda Sharma in

The Good Wife


Showtime, a wholly-owned subsidiary of CBS, saw two of its shows win Emmy Awards. Steve Shill won Best Directing for a Drama Series for


and Edie Falco won for Best Actress in a Comedy Series for her role as Jackie Peyton on

Nurse Jackie

. In previous years Falco won three Emmy Awards for her role as Carmen Soprano in HBO's

The Sopranos


Bravo, a cable and satellite television network owned by

General Electric

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, saw its hit show

Top Chef

win an Emmy for Best Reality Competition Program.

Bucky Gunts won Best Directing of a Variety, Music or Comedy Special Emmy Award for NBC's

Vancouver 2010 Winter Games Opening Ceremony

. NBC is a division of NBC Universal, which is 80% owned by GE.

Fox's musical comedy television series


was nominated for 19 categories, but only took home two awards last night. Ryan Murphy won Outstanding Directing of a Comedy Series and Jane Lynch won Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series, beating out Kristen Wiig from NBC's

Saturday Night Live

and Holland Taylor from CBS'

Two and A Half Men


Fox is owned and operated by major media company

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The HBO film

Temple Grandin

won several Emmy Awards, including Best Made-for-TV Movie. Claire Danes won Outstanding Lead Actress in a Miniseries or a Movie for her role as Temple Grandin. David Strathairn won best Supporting Actor in a Miniseries or a Movie, and Julia Ormond won Supporting Actress in a Miniseries or a Movie. Mick Jackson won Best Directing of a Miniseries or a Movie.


You Don't Know Jack

won two awards. Al Pacino won Outstanding Lead Actor in a Miniseries or a Movie for his role as Jack Kevorkian and Adam Mazer won Best Writing of a Miniseries, Movie or Dramatic Special.

Kyra Sedgwick won Best Actress in a Drama Series for her role as Deputy Chief Brenda Leigh Johnson in TNT's new crime drama,

The Closer


HBO is owned by

Time Warner


, while TNT is operated by Turner Broadcasting, a Time Warner subsidiary.

Comedy Central's

The Daily Show with Jon Stewart

won its eighth consecutive and fourteenth total Primetime Emmy Award last night when it was named Outstanding Variety, Music or Comedy Series.

The Colbert Report with Stephen Colbert

received an Emmy Award for Outstanding Writing for a Variety, Music or Comedy Series.

Comedy Central is owned by MTV Networks, which is a division of


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