Frankel, Daniel; Levine, Stuart; Lowry, Brian; Weisman, Jon
June 2007
Daily Variety;6/14/2007, Vol. 295 Issue 52, pA6
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The article presents several television program series which will be possibly receiving nominations for the Emmy Awards in the U.S. They include the third season of science fiction "Battlestar Galactica, second season of police drama "The Closer," and the third season of medical drama "Grey's Anatomy."


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