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(Check out TheWrap's Complete Emmys 2012 Coverage) "Homeland" ended "Mad Men"s' dominance, scoring Showtime its first Emmy Award for Outstanding Drama Series on Sunday night, while "Modern Family" continued its winning streak by picking up its third consecutive Emmy Award for Outstanding Comedy Series. As befitting a presidential election year, Emmy voters rewarded "Game Change" for looking at another contentious White House run from the recent past. The HBO film nabbed an Outstanding Miniseries or Movie Emmy Award for its look at John McCain's selection of Sarah Palin as his running mate, »


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