Noms cut across al age groups

Idelson, Karen
July 2006
Daily Variety;7/20/2006, Vol. 292 Issue 12, Special Section pA1
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The article describes the 2006 Emmy Awards nominees for animated series in the United States. Two nominees are kid-oriented shows, with just a season behind for each of them, and over half of the category is filled with long-running adult shows, including "South Park," "Family Guy," and "The Simpsons."


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