'Modern Family' Wins Best Comedy

    MODERN FAMILY - "Baby on Board" - It's been an up-and-down emotional roller coaster for Mitch and Cam in their quest to adopt another child. Their latest ride has them bringing Gloria in tow as a translator, leaving Jay and Manny to look after Lily, who has a big dance recital coming up. Meanwhile Claire and Phil have a proud parenting moment when they send Alex off to her first prom, but then that is quickly marred with Haley's shocking news of her future plans, on the Season Finale of "Modern Family," WEDNESDAY, MAY 23 (9:00-9:31 p.m., ET), on the ABC Television Network. (Photo by Peter "Hopper" Stone/ABC via Getty images)

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    The Jimmy Kimmel-hosted 64th Emmy Awards were a mix of eye rolls and upsets: Modern Family took home the award for Best Comedy Series, while Homeland snagged Best Drama Series. Best Actor Drama went to Homeland's Damian Lewis, a major coup for the Showtime drama. The night's first awards went out to Modern Family's Eric Stonestreet for Best Supporting Actor in a comedy, while the show also raked in Supporting Actress in a comedy for Julie Bowen and Best Comedy Direction. In the upsets column, Louie C.K. beat Lena Dunham for Best Comedy Writing and Julia Louis Dreyfus knocked out Amy Poehler in the Best Actress in a Comedy category.

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