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Jeff Daniels Emmys 2013: 'Newsroom' Star Wins Best Actor In A Drama

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Jeff Daniels has won the Emmy for Outstanding Actor In A Drama for HBO's "The Newsroom." This is Daniels' first Emmy.

Daniels beat out Hugh Bonneville for "Downton Abbey," Jon Hamm for "Mad Men," Bryan Cranston for "Breaking Bad," Kevin Spacey for "House Of Cards" and Damian Lewis for "Homeland."

Season 2 of "The Newsroom" wrapped up earlier this month.

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"Breaking Bad" just won the Emmy for Outstanding Drama Series!!

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"Modern Family."

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Michael Douglas!

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Kerry Washington's "Scandal" family took to Twitter after she lost the big award.

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Did the Emmy voters watch "American Horror Story: Asylum"? Ellen Burstyn beat out favorite Sarah Pauslon.

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Ellen Burstyn for "Political Animals."

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Edie Falco's tribute to James Gandolfini was the best of the night.

"You all knew James Gandolfini the actor. I was lucky enough to know Jim the man." - Edie Falco

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For "Dancing With the Stars."

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Are you over it? Liking it? Thoughts?

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Claire Danes.

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Jeff Daniels for "The Newsroom."

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Bobby Cannavale!

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NBC is probably ELATED right now.

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A song to remind us there is still more than an hour left of the Emmys.

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Anna Gunn just won her first Emmy EVER for "Breaking Bad."

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The Emmys are on CBS this year. So many CBS stars.

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