The 59th Emmy Awards nominees were announced this morning in L.A., and it was almost as if FishbowlNY was doing the nominating. HBO’s final Sopranos season garnered 15 nominations (only Bury My Heart At Wounded Knee and Broken Trail received more). The Daily Show (six) had more than Colbert Report (four). Even Justin Timberlake‘s “Dick in a Box” — and it’s 23,936,784 YouTube views — is is up for an Emmy. SNL, itself, picked up three.
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