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  1. Emmys prove they're out of touch by crowning predictable repeat winners

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    Sixteen out of 26 awards handed out at Monday night's Emmys ceremony were given to people who already had a shiny gold trophy at home. In fact, the majority of them won for things they'd already won for. Jim Parsons for The Big Bang Theory. Julianna Marguiles for The Good Wife. Modern Family (ugh) …

    Above, Steven Levitan and the Modern Family cast and crew. At left, Julia Louis-Dreyfus; bottom left, Jim Parsons; bottom right, Aaron Paul.
  2. Emmy Awards 2014: 'Breaking Bad' wins big; poignant Robin Williams tribute

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    Two homicide detectives in Louisiana were no match for AMC's reigning meth king, as this Emmy season's battle between True Detective and Breaking Bad came down in Bad's favor Monday night. During the three-hour 66th annual Emmy awards, Bad emerged the big winner, claiming the Outstanding …

    Breaking Bad creator Vince Gilligan, second from left, picks up the second consecutive Outstanding Drama Series win for his show Monday night.
  3. Live coverage: Follow us tonight for Emmy insights and instant analysis

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    Get instant analysis and snark, just the way you like it, with our live coverage of the Emmys. Times TV writer Michelle Stark and Deal Diva Stephanie Hayes will be tweeting with the hash tag #tbtemmys, so join the fun if you've got something to say.

    Photo gallery, quiz: A closer look at tonight's Emmy nominees

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    Here's a scorecard of tonight's Emmy nominees that shows what episode they are nominated for and how many Emmy nominations and wins they might have received. You can also click in the upper left-hand corner on the menu button to find a quiz and some other fun facts about the Emmys.

    St. Petersburg native Angela Bassett and actor Courtney B. Vance attend Variety and Women in Film Emmy Nominee Celebration powered by Samsung Galaxy on August 23, 2014 in West Hollywood, California.  (Photo by Christopher Polk/Getty Images for Variety)
  4. He's a drunk (and a horse)

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    Will Arnett is the voice of BoJack, the star of Netflix animated series.

     BoJack used to be the star of a sitcom; now his life has taken a darker turn.
  5. Top TV week of Aug. 25: 'Chopped,' 'Extant,' 'World's Wildest Commercials'

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    MasterChef, 8 p.m., Fox

    Would you believe Cutter, the bane of our MasterChef viewing experience and all-around terrible contestant, is still in the competition? We fully expect him to win at this point, despite his mediocre cooking skills. There are only seven contestants left, after …

  6. 66th Emmy Awards: What to know before Monday's show

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    The Emmys are this weekend. (GET OUR PREDICTIONS HERE.) But before you get too excited about curling up on the couch with a bottle of wine and an arsenal of judgy fashion comments, …

    Host Seth Meyers speaks at the Television Academy's 66th Primetime Emmy Awards Press Preview Day.
  7. A cop trying to get over the tragedy in her life

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    On PBS, which is still America's main source of televised British crime shows, a glance at the current "Masterpiece Mystery!" schedule reveals a boy's club: Inspector Lewis, Detective Constable Morse, Hercule Poirot, David Tennant as a tricky lawyer, Jack Davenport as a crusading doctor.

    Ramon Tikaram and Sarah Lancashire in Happy Valley.
  8. Who will win at the Emmy Awards? Predictions: 'Breaking Bad,' 'Orange is the New Black,' McConaughey

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    Last year was the Weird Emmys. Remember? Jeff Daniels beat heavy-hitters like Bryan Cranston. Merritt Wever won for Nurse Jackie, prompting a collective "Who?" from the audience. There was a bizarre, TV show-inspired dance number that resulted in Breaking Bad breakdancing.

    Bryan Cranston as Walter White in a scene from the series finale of Breaking Bad.
  9. FXX 'Simpsons' marathon: The 10 episodes you must record

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    For years, I've had a season pass to syndicated reruns of The Simpsons programmed into my DVR. My thinking: If there's nothing else good on TV, hey, at least I'll have five or so Simpsons at my disposal.

    Phil Hartman and Leonard Nimoy in “Marge Vs. The Monorail.” 
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