2012 Primetime Emmys: Pete Hammond, Christy Grosz Talk Surprises,Trends

Deadline Awards Columnist Pete Hammond and AwardsLine Editor Christy Grosz visit with ENTV host Melana Scantlin to discuss the big surprises in this year’s Emmy Awards, including Homeland’s sweep of top Drama categories, Jon Cryer’s Comedy Actor win and Mad Men’s record shutout. They also ask, could the Television Academy please mix things up a bit? As great as The Daily Show is, 10 years of wins as Best Variety show might be just a bit much.

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