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Emmys Sink to Record Low 11.9 Million Viewers

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Emmys Sink to Record Low 11.9 Million Viewers
The Emmys slipped to a record low 11.9 million total viewers on Sunday, when it battled for eyeballs against the solid “Sunday Night Football.” In the key 18-49 demographic, the best-of-tv event netted a 3.6 rating, which is down 14 percent from last year’s 4.2. Of course, the 2014 awards show aired on NBC on a Monday in August — so not against TV’s top primetime broadcast like last night’s.

While maybe not such a ratings smash hit, the 67th Emmy Awards accounted for more than 1 million tweets, which were viewed over 188 million times.
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Emmys 2015: The 21 Best, Worst, Funniest and Most Moving Moments

Emmys 2015: The 21 Best, Worst, Funniest and Most Moving Moments
Viola Davis stirred us down to our ankles. An obscure True Detective reference made us guffaw. And host Andy Samberg did something really naughty with a super-sized Emmy.

RelatedEmmys: Winners Include Jon Hamm, Olive Kitteridge, Thrones, Veep, Transparent, Voice and American Crime

The 67th Primetime Emmy Awards are in the books, and TVLine has your rundown of the Best and Worst Moments (including two that turned the red carpet positively blue).

RelatedEmmys 2015: Was Tribute Video to This Year’s Series Finales Too Spoilery?

Sister Jane Lynch, Allison Janney’s “blotting thing,” and an empty chair are all there — plus the best Presenter/Winner combo,
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Jon Hamm Finally Gets an Emmy -- See Speech & Full Winners' List!

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What a night! The 67th Primetime Emmy Awards went down at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles, California on Sunday.  Host Andy Samberg brought the laughs, while shows like "Game of Thrones," "Veep," "Olive Kitteridge" and "Transparent" stood out as the night's big winners.   Jon Hamm Finally picked up an award for his work on "Mad Men," after being nominated (and losing) 11 times for the series before this year. Check out his emotional speech below: Read more
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Hollywood's Hottest Stars Step Out For a Pre-Emmys Bash - See the Best Snaps!

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Hollywood's Hottest Stars Step Out For a Pre-Emmys Bash - See the Best Snaps!
The 67th Primetime Emmy Awards are on Sunday, but stars got a head start on the big night with the annual Entertainment Weekly pre-Emmys party held at Fig & Olive in West Hollywood, CA, on Friday night. Orange Is the New Black stars Laverne Cox, Uzo Aduba, and Jackie Cruz glammed up for the event, while Modern Family's Ariel Winter and Nolan Gould struck a pose on the red carpet. Also in attendance were dancers Derek Hough and Karina Smirnoff, along with Pretty Little Liars's Troian Bellisario, who teamed up for a fun snap with Diego Boneta. Keep reading to see even more red carpet arrivals from the night, and be sure to check back for all of our Emmys coverage!
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