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Big Names Dominate List of Emmy Winners

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John Lithgow, Al Pacino, Claire Daines. Some seriously big names picked up honors at last night’s Emmy Awards. With cable continuing to step up its game in the programming department, one would have to expect the flood of big movie starts to television to continue.

TV is the great American art form. Funny, we used to say that as an ironical and bitter commentary about our valueless culture. But now it’s actually true, and not an entirely depressing thought.

Full list of Emmy winners after the jump.

Emmy Awards 2010 Winners List

  • Best Series, Drama — ‘Mad Men’

  • Best Series, Comedy — ‘Modern Family’

  • Best Actor, Drama — Bryan Cranston ‘Breaking Bad’

  • Best Actress, Drama — Kyra Sedgwick ‘The Closer’

  • Best Actor, Comedy — Jim Parsons ‘The Big Bang Theory’

  • Best Actress, Comedy — Edie Falco ‘Nurse Jackie’

  • Best Supporting Actor, Drama Series — Aaron Paul ‘Breaking Bad’

  • Best Supporting Actress, Drama Series — Archie Panjabi ‘The Good Wife’

  • Best Supporting Actor, Comedy Series — Eric Stonestreet ‘Modern Family’

  • Best Supporting Actress, Comedy Series — Jane Lynch ‘Glee’

  • Outstanding Variety, Music or Comedy Series — ‘The Daily Show with Jon Stewart’

  • Outstanding Reality Program — ‘Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution’

  • Outstanding Reality-Competition Program — ‘Top Chef’

  • Outstanding Host for a Reality or Reality-Competition Program — Jeff Probst ‘Survivor’

  • Guest Actress in a Drama Series — Ann Margret ‘Law and Order: SVU’

  • Guest Actor in a Drama Series — John Lithgow ‘Dexter’

  • Guest Actress in a Comedy Series — Betty White ‘Saturday Night Live’

  • Guest Actor in a Comedy Series — Neil Patrick Harris ‘Glee’

  • Outstanding Made For Television Movie — ‘Temple Grandin’

  • Outstanding Miniseries — ‘The Pacific’

  • Outstanding Lead Actress in a Miniseries or A Movie — Claire Danes ‘Temple Grandin’

  • Outstanding Lead Actor in a Miniseries or A Movie — Al Pacino ‘You Don’t Know Jack’

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