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NBC‘s Sunday Night Football has been the most-watched primetime program for four years running at it kept another streak alive tonight. The show won its sixth consecutive Sports Emmy Award for Outstanding Live Sports Series during the ceremony at Lincoln Center in Manhattan, with color man Cris Collinsworth and sideline reporter Michelle Tafoya also taking home the hardward. The Peacock led all networks with a half-dozen wins — including Bob Costas for Outstanding Studio Host, his 26th career nod — followed by Espn, Fox and Mlb Network with five apiece. Mlb landed the Outstanding Live Sports Special Emmy for its coverage of the Red Sox-Cardinals World Series. Showtime scored a Tko in the Outstanding Edited Sports Event Coverage category for its All Access: Mayweather vs. Canelo Epilogue. NBC Sports Group, which also includes Nbcsn and Telemundo, scored a leading 10 wins; Espn was second with a combined seven trophies for the flagship network, »


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