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The 65th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards, hosted by Neil Patrick Harris, aired last night and several LGBT-inclusive series, TV movies and out actors picked up awards, with the HBO Liberace biopic Behind the Candelabra picking up three statues to add to the eight it picked up at the Creative Arts Emmys earlier this week. Other highlights include tributes from Elton John and Jane Lynch.
This weekend catch the 65th Primetime Emmy Awards and all new episodes of Say Yes to the Dress, Jersey Strong and Last Tango in Halifax.
The 65th Primetime Emmy nominations were announced this morning, with at least eight different out performers receiving nominations, as well as a number of LGBT-inclusive programs and films. Among this year's first-time nominees are Dan Bucatinsky, Zachary Quinto, HBO's Liberace biopic Behind the Candelabra, and the Chely Wright documentary Wish Me Away.
The 64th Annual Emmy Awards aired last night on ABC, and the host network's Modern Family took home the award for Best Comedy Series and two acting awards. In addition to Julie Bowen winning Best Supporting Actress, Eric Stonestreet won Best Supporting Actor for his portrayal of gay father Cameron, and said onstage how proud he was to play part of TV's favorite LGBT family.
This year, ABC’s Modern Family won big at the 63rd annual Emmy Awards. The inclusive sitcom took home five awards including Outstanding Comedy Series, Outstanding Supporting Actress and Actor in a Comedy Series, and Outstanding Writing and Direction for a Comedy Series.
Tonight catch a new Unleashed by Garo, tomorrow night the GLAAD Media Awards nominated film Easy A, and on Sunday make sure to watch the 63d Annual Primetime Emmy Awards hosted by Jane Lynch!
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