‘Modern Family’ ‘Game Change’ big winners
LOS ANGELES – It was a three-peat for “Modern Family.” ABC’s ensemble hit comedy about a loving, dysfunctional family won the Emmy for best comedy series for the third consecutive year, capping a night in which it also won awards for directing, supporting actor and supporting actress – four trophies in all.
Other big winners Sunday night – each also earning four trophies apiece – were “Game Change” and “Homeland.”
If Sarah Palin was watching the 64th annual Emmy Awards on ABC, she probably wasn’t clapping. HBO’s “Game Change,” about then-Alaska Gov. turned Republican vice presidential nominee, won for best miniseries or movie, director, writing and best actress for Julianne Moore, who played Palin.
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