Op-Ed: Emmys Play It Too Safe With Comedies

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Read Albert Ching's Piece For The Atlantic, 'The Emmys Need To Get Over Modern Family'

The big winners at the 2012 Emmy Awards included Homeland and the ABC comedy, Modern Family. Albert Ching points to the dominance of Modern Family at the Emmys as proof that the award show plays it too safe when it comes to comedy by repeatedly rewarding the same programs.

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