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Emmy nominations finally seem tuned in

Aaron Paul (left) and Bryan Cranston both received Emmy nominations for their work in “Breaking Bad.’’ The series was also nominated for best drama. Aaron Paul (left) and Bryan Cranston both received Emmy nominations for their work in “Breaking Bad.’’ The series was also nominated for best drama. (Matt Sayles/Associated Press)
By Matthew Gilbert
Globe Staff / July 17, 2009

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What’s this? There is some justice in TV land? Yesterday, the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences announced this year’s Emmy nominees, and the list actually does not inspire eye-rolling and head-wagging. Indeed, it contains some pleasing names and titles. To wit, “30 Rock’’ led the comedy nominations with 22 nods, and “Mad Men’’ was the drama king with 16. ... (Full article: 736 words)

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