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The Day After: One Last Glance at the Emmys

21 September 2009 6:00 PM, PDT | IMDb Television Blog | See recent IMDb Television Blog news »

Post-show photos of Emmy host Neil Patrick Harris, courtesy of Wire Image

Neil Patrick Harris’s Emmy conquest is now official: The overnight Nielsens indicate that the ratings were actually up over last year’s telecast. That’s significant, because the award show’s numbers have been in decline for several years now.

Barney Stinson’s alter-ego did not defeat football on NBC, which walked away with 18.5 million that night, but an estimated 14.5 million tuned in  to the 61st Primetime Emmy Awards telecast, keeping it in second place throughout the evening. (Which, truthfully, isn’t that surprising when one considers that every other broadcast network pretty much got out of its way.)

Of course, a number of viewers would never watch the Emmys — even if Angelina Jolie played host and promised… »

- Melanie McFarland

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