2012 Primetime Emmys: By The Numbers

WINS BY NETWORK
(2 or more; includes Creative Arts Emmys)
HBO … 23
CBS … 16
PBS … 12
ABC … 9
Discovery Channe1 … 6
Showtime … 6
FX Networks … 5
HISTORY … 5
NBC … 5
Cartoon Network … 4
Comedy Central …3
AMC …2
Disney Channel … 2
FOX …2

WINS BY PROGRAM
(2 or more; includes Creative Arts Emmys)
Game Of Thrones … 6
Homeland … 6
Game Change … 5
Hatfields & McCoys … 5
Modern Family … 5
65th Annual Tony Awards … 4
Boardwalk Empire … 4
Frozen Planet … 4
Great Expectations (Masterpiece) … 4
Saturday Night Live … 4
Downton Abbey … 3
Two And A Half Men … 3
American Horror Story … 2
Dancing With The Stars … 2
Deadliest Catch … 2
George Harrison: Living In The Material World … 2
Hemingway & Gellhorn … 2
Secret Mountain Fort Awesome … 2
The 54th Annual Grammy Awards … 2
The Daily Show With Jon Stewart … 2
The Kennedy Center Honors … 2

      1. After a whopping seventeen nominations and wins for only Jessica Lange (a given) and hair… I’d say the knives are slicing and dicing!

  1. I really don’t want for this to sound like sour grapes…I was blessed with no talent..So I became a talent agent…My Dad…Dick Tufeld…however was one of the great voiceover artists…Including announcing the Emmy’s multiple times…He is probably best known as the voice of the Robot in “Lost In Space”..Why he was ommitted in the Memorium segment on the show is beyond my comprehension…He was a true gentleman…and fought for Female voice over artists to to also announce live TV shows..Two more seconds would not have let the show run over..Don Mischer…My Dad always said you were talented and a great guy..Dad would be very pissed at me for writing this…But my late Mom would probably love this..Thank You for letting me vent for a few seconds…Don…You screwed up…Bruce Tufeld..

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