The heavy-hitters

June 2006
Daily Variety;6/15/2006, Vol. 291 Issue 53, pA2
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The article presents several widely acclaimed television dramas which are nominees for the 2006 Emmy Awards. The television series "24" starring Keifer Sutherland as Jack Bauer garnered votes rendering the actor with four nominations and three for the show. Voters for the "CSI" series seem to be unimpressed as it conitnually gets shut out of the winner's circle but it has a number of loyal viewers. "Grey's Anatomy" didn't receive any nominations last year, but that is unlikely to happen this year as it is the most-ta;led about drama on TV.


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