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Primetime Emmys 2012: 'Homeland' and 'Modern Family' Lead Full Winner List

September 24, 2012 (3:31 am) GMT
Being named the best drama and comedy respectively, the Showtime series and the ABC show join 'Game Change' to take home four trophies each at this year's ceremony.

"", "" and "" were big winners at the 64th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards. As the event wrapped up on Sunday, September 23 night, each of these shows bagged four kudos.

"Homeland" snatched the coveted Outstanding Drama, winning over "", "", "", "" and "". The thriller series also paired up the Outstanding Actor and Actress in a Drama prizes, which were given to and respectively.

The other award claimed by the Showtime series was Outstanding Writing in a Drama to recognize the works of Alex Gansa, Howard Gordon and Gideon Raff.

"Modern Family", meanwhile, led other shows in comedy categories, winning the coveted Outstanding Comedy. and grabbed the Supporting Actor and Actress prizes respectively, while Steven Levitan won a directing award for the last episode of season 3, "Baby on Board".

"Game Change" was chosen as the Outstanding Movie or Miniseries, while its star was named Outstanding Actress. The HBO telepic also won in directing (Jay Roach) and writing (Danny Strong) categories.

Another multiple winner at the prize-giving event was "". , who portrayed Devil Anse Hatfield, was honored with the Outstanding Lead Actor prize, while his co-star won the Outstanding Supporting Actor trophy.

"Boardwalk Empire", "", "", "" "", "" and "" were among other winners at the show. Meanwhile, "Mad Men" which got the most nominations went home empty handed.



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