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Emmy Vets Extend Wins At Primetime Emmy Honors

(Los Angeles, CA) -- Emmy veterans are dominating again at the 66th Primetime Emmy Awards. Allison Janney added a sixth Emmy to her trophy case Monday night, picking up her latest honor for CBS' "Mom." Julia Louis-Dreyfus, meantime, earned her fifth overall Emmy with her third straight win for HBO's "Veep," and Jim Parsons took a fourth win for his work on CBS' "The Big Bang Theory." Other winners so far include, FX's "Fargo," which was named Outstanding Miniseries; HBO's "The Normal Heart" for Outstanding TV Movie; and Comedy Central's "The Colbert Report" for Outstanding Variety Series. NBC is airing the 66th Primetime Emmy Awards live coast-to-coast from the Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles.

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