Tuesday, September 20, 2011

'Modern Family' is imposed on the Emmy

Modern Family , the crazy comedy that emits Neox ABC in prime time on Tuesday was the big winner of 63 Emmy Awards, held Monday morning in Los Angeles. The series won awards for best comedy, script, direction, actor and actress.The sitcom , which premiered in the U.S. in September 2009, reflects the lives of three very different families from the irony and humor. Created by Steven Levitan and Christopher Lloyd, responsible for another iconic title as Frasier , Modern Family and validates the title of best comedy that first achieved in 2010.

He also repeated award Mad Men, which won the fourth consecutive Emmy for best drama. It was, however, the only major award that garnered the AMC chain production. For its part, Boardwalk Empire and Downton Abbey harvested up to 13 awards, mostly in technical categories. One of the big surprises of the night's starred in Friday Night Lights , in which Kyle Chandler won best actor in drama. The series, which started as a favorite in the pools, also won the award for best dramatic script.

Fox Censorship

The controversy of the ceremony came from the hand of the actor Alec Baldwin, who did not attend the gala after the Fox television network, owned by Rupert Murdoch and in charge of broadcasting the ceremony, the actor censor a joke about the Australian magnate Recent espionage cases that have punctuated its communications group. Baldwin, winner of two Emmy for his role in 30 Rock , put it in his Twitter account: "Fox NewsCorp cut my joke about and that sucks because I think it would make them look better.