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Draper Denied: No Emmy for Jon Hamm

With no Bryan Cranston in this year’s Best Actor Drama category, thanks to Breaking Bad‘s year-long hiatus, we were sure this was Jon Hamm‘s year to win his first Emmy. And so was pretty much everyone else who watches television. Everyone who watches television, that is, except the Emmy voters. Kyle Chandler inexplicably won for his work in Friday Night Lights.

Look, we’re sure Chandler’s work is great. But Don Draper is a cultural icon. Plus Mad Men is on hiatus for a year. It was Hamm’s time. You blew it Emmy’s!

We’re hoping Hamm will take some solace in the fact that he’s rich, attractive and successful.

Full list of winners after the jump:

Best Series, Drama
‘Boardwalk Empire’ ‘Dexter’ ‘Friday Night Lights’ ‘Mad Men’* ‘Game of Thrones’ ‘The Good Wife’
Best Series, Comedy
‘The Big Bang Theory’ ’30 Rock’ ‘Glee’ ‘The Office’ ‘Modern Family’* ‘Parks and Recreation’
Best Actor, Drama
Steve Buscemi ‘Boardwalk Empire’ Michael C. Hall ‘Dexter’ Hugh Laurie ‘House’ Jon Hamm ‘Mad Men’ Kyle Chandler ‘Friday Night Lights’* Timothy Olyphant ‘Justified’
Best Actress, Drama
Connie Britton ‘Friday Night Lights’ Elisabeth Moss ‘Mad Men’ Mariska Hargitay ‘Law & Order: SVU’ Julianna Margulies ‘The Good Wife’* Mireille Enos ‘The Killing’ Kathy Bates ‘Harry’s Law’
Best Actor, Comedy
Alec Baldwin ’30 Rock’ Jim Parsons ‘The Big Bang Theory’* Steve Carell ‘The Office’ Louis C.K. ‘Louie’ Johnny Galecki ‘The Big Bang Theory’ Matt LeBlanc ‘Episodes’
Best Actress, Comedy
Tina Fey ’30 Rock’ Laura Linney ‘The Big C’ Amy Poehler ‘Parks and Recreation’ Edie Falco ‘Nurse Jackie’ Martha Plimpton ‘Raising Hope’ Melissa McCarthy ‘Mike & Molly’*
Best Supporting Actor, Drama Series
Andre Braugher ‘Men of a Certain Age’ Walton Goggins ‘Justified’ Josh Charles ‘The Good Wife’ John Slattery ‘Mad Men’ Alan Cumming ‘The Good Wife’ Peter Dinklage ‘Game of Thrones’*
Best Supporting Actress, Drama Series
Kelly Macdonald ‘Boardwalk Empire’ Christine Baranski ‘The Good Wife’ Archie Panjabi ‘The Good Wife’ Michelle Forbes ‘The Killing’ Christina Hendricks ‘Mad Men’ Margo Martindale ‘Justified’*
Best Supporting Actor, Comedy Series
Eric Stonestreet ‘Modern Family’ Chris Colfer ‘Glee’ Jon Cryer ‘Two And A Half Men’ Ty Burrell ‘Modern Family’* Jesse Tyler Ferguson ‘Modern Family’ Ed O’Neill ‘Modern Family’
Best Supporting Actress, Comedy Series
Jane Lynch ‘Glee’ Kristen Wiig ‘Saturday Night Live’ Sofia Vergara ‘Modern Family’ Jane Krakowski ’30 Rock’ Julie Bowen ‘Modern Family’* Betty White ‘Hot in Cleveland’
Outstanding Variety, Music or Comedy Series
‘The Daily Show with Jon Stewart’* ‘The Colbert Report’ ‘Saturday Night Live’ ‘Conan’ ‘Real Time with Bill Maher’ ‘Late Night with Jimmy Fallon’
Outstanding Reality Program
‘Antiques Roadshow’ ‘Kathy Griffin: My Life on the D-List’ ‘Deadliest Catch’* ‘Dirty Jobs’ ‘MythBusters’ ‘Undercover Boss’ ‘Hoarders’
Outstanding Reality-Competition Program
‘The Amazing Race’* ‘American Idol’ ‘Dancing With the Stars’ ‘Project Runway’ ‘Top Chef’ ‘So You Think You Can Dance’
Outstanding Host for a Reality or Reality-Competition Program
Tom Bergeron ‘Dancing With the Stars’ Phil Keoghan ‘The Amazing Race’ Cat Deeley ‘So You Think You Can Dance’ Jeff Probst ‘Survivor’* Ryan Seacrest ‘American Idol’
Guest Actress in a Drama Series
Loretta Devine ‘Grey’s Anatomy’* Alfre Woodard ‘True Blood’ Joan Cusack ‘Shameless’ Randee Heller ‘Mad Men’ Cara Buono ‘Mad Men’ Julia Stiles ‘Dexter’ Mary McDonnell ‘The Closer’
Guest Actor in a Drama Series
Jeremy Davies ‘Justified’ Michael J. Fox ‘The Good Wife’ Robert Morse ‘Mad Men’ Bruce Dern ‘Big Love’ Beau Bridges ‘Brothers & Sisters’ Paul McCrane ‘Harry’s Law’*
Guest Actress in a Comedy Series
Elizabeth Banks ’30 Rock’ Dot-Marie Jones ‘Glee’ Kristin Chenoweth ‘Glee’ Tina Fey ‘Saturday Night Live’ Cloris Leachman ‘Raising Hope’ Gwyneth Paltrow ‘Glee’*
Guest Actor in a Comedy Series
Will Arnett ’30 Rock’ Nathan Lane ‘Modern Family’ Matt Damon ’30 Rock’ Idris Elba ‘The Big C’ Zach Galifianakis ‘Saturday Night Live’ Justin Timberlake ‘Saturday Night Live’*
Outstanding Made For Television Movie/Minieseries
‘Mildred Pierce ‘The Pillars of the Earth’ ‘Downton Abbey’* ‘Cinema Verite’ ‘Too Big to Fail’ ‘The Kennedys’
Outstanding Lead Actress in a Miniseries or A Movie
Kate Winslet ‘Mildred Pierce’* Diane Lane ‘Cinema Vertie’ Taraji P. Henson ‘Taken From Me: The Tiffany Rubin Story’ Elizabeth McGovern ‘Downtow Abbey’ Jean Marsh ‘Upstairs, Downstairs’
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Miniseries or A Movie
Edgar Ramirez ‘Carlos’ Laurence Fishburne ‘Thurgood’ Idris Elba ‘Luther’ Greg Kinnear ‘The Kennedys’ William Hurt ‘Too Big to Fail’ Barry Pepper ‘The Kennedys’*
Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Miniseries or A Movie
Evan Rachel Wood ‘Mildred Pierce’ Maggie Smith ‘Downton Abbey’* Melissa Leo ‘Mildred Pierce’ Mare Winningham ‘Mildred Pierce’ Eileen Atkins ‘Upstairs, Downstairs’
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Miniseries or A Movie
Guy Pearce ‘Mildred Pierce’* Paul Giamatti ‘Too Big to Fail’ James Woods ‘Too Big to Fail’ Brian F. O’Byrne ‘Mildred Pierce’ Tom Wilkinson ‘The Kennedys’
Outstanding Children’s Program
HBO ‘A Child’s Garden of Poetry’* TeenNick/MuchMusic ‘Degrassi,’ ‘My Body Is a Cage, Part 2′ Nickelodeon ‘Victorious,’ ‘Freak the Freak Out’ Nickelodeon ‘iCarly,’ ‘iGot a Hot Room’ Disney Channel ‘Wizards of Waverly Place,’ ‘Wizards vs. Angels’

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