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'30 Rock,' 'Mad Men' Win Emmys & More TV News

by Andrew Scott, posted Sep 21st 2009 1:03PM
30 Rock Mad Men Emmys'30 Rock' and 'Mad Men' dominate the Emmys (again), while the show sees its best audience in three years.

See more of today's top TV headlines after the jump.30 Rock Mad Men Emmys'30 Rock' and 'Mad Men' won top honors at last night's 61st Annual Emmys (full coverage here), taking home Best Comedy and Best Drama for the third and second year, respectively. Other repeat winners included Alec Baldwin ('30 Rock'), Bryan Cranston ('Breaking Bad') and Glenn Close, who won Best Actress in a Drama Series for her performance in the FX series 'Damages.' HBO led the night with 21 wins overall, including awards for 'Grey Gardens' and its star, Jessica Lange. [AOL Television]

Emmys RatingsAlthough he lost the Emmy to 'Two and a Half Men''s Jon Cryer, host Neil Patrick Harris still helped the ceremony earn its biggest audience in three years. According to reports, the 61st Annual Emmys was seen by an impressive 13.3 million viewers total, despite airing opposite NBC's Sunday Night Football game between the New York Giants and Dallas Cowboys. Sounds like the story of how we met next year's host. [Live Feed]

Sacha Baron Cohen The Simpsons'Bruno' star Sacha Baron Cohen will guest on an upcoming episode of 'The Simpsons.' Cohen will play an Israeli tour guide who meets the Simpson family during their church-group trip to Israel. The episode is slated to air sometime this season. ['The Simpsons.'EW.com]

It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia RatingsThe cult FX comedy series 'It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia' had a sunny premiere of its own last Thursday, taking in 2.2 million viewers. That number marks an increase of 22 percent in total viewers, and 57 percent in the adult 18-49 demo. [Live Feed]

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