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'30 Rock,' 'Grey Gardens,' 'Mad Men' Lead Emmy Nominations & More TV News

by Andrew Scott, posted Jul 16th 2009 11:00AM
30 Rock'30 Rock' was the big winner at this morning's Emmy nominations. The hit NBC comedy series earned a record-setting 22 nominations, more than any other program this year.

Also in the news today: NBC cancels 'The Listener,' while swapping 'Parenthood' with 'Mercy' following Maura Tierney's illness.

See more of today's top TV headlines after the jump.30 Rock'30 Rock,' 'Grey Gardens' and 'Mad Men' led the 61st Annual Primetime Emmy nominations, announced earlier this morning. The hit NBC comedy earned more nominations than any other program with 22, while 'Grey Gardens' and 'Mad Men' earned 17 and 16 nominations apiece. Check out our full Emmys coverage on AOL TV.






The ListenerNBC has canceled 'The Listener' after a poor performance in the ratings. The summer series will be replaced by repeats of 'Law & Order,' beginning on July 30. The five remaining episodes of 'The Listener' have reportedly been shelved.[Variety]


MercyNBC has set a premiere date for the upcoming hospital drama 'Mercy.' The show, starring 'Gossip Girl''s Michelle Trachtenberg, will kick off Sept. 23, replacing 'Parenthood' after Maura Tierney's illness pushed it to midseason. [Live Feed]


Keegan Michael KeyKeegan Michael Key has booked a series regular role on 'Gary Unmarried.' Key will play Clean on the CBS comedy series, Gary's (Jay Mohr) old high school friend-slash-competitior. So does this mean Clean will play dirty? [Hollywood Reporter]


America's Got Talent'America's Got Talent' proved victorious over last night's episode of 'So You Think You Can Dance.' 'Talent' drew in 11.4 million to 'Dance''s 6.8 million viewers, marking the Fox series' lowest Wednesday night numbers in five years. [Live Feed]


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