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Emmys 2013: TV critics make their predictions
By Digital First Media
Updated: 09/17/2013 11:59:39 AM EDT
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Critics' picks for the 65th Primetime Emmy awards
Will "Homeland" assert its dominance with another sweep of the major drama categories? Will Netflix shake up the industry with recognition for its strong original programming? Will the academy choose to send off AMC's "Breaking Bad" in proper fashion? We asked four of Digital First Media's distinguished TV critics to weigh in with predictions (and personal hopes!) for the 65th Primetime Emmy Awards:Outstanding Drama SeriesScott Pierce, The Salt Lake Tribune: "Game of Thrones" - There's nothing on TV that can ...
"Critics' picks for the 65th Primetime Emmy awards"
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