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The 60th Emmy Awards

It all adds up for 'Mad Men'

Sixteen nominations and a historic first for AMC drama

Mad Men "Mad Men" garnered 16 Emmy nominations, the most out of any drama this year. (AMC)
By Matthew Gilbert
Globe Staff / July 18, 2008

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How nifty, as they might have said back in the early 1960s. Yesterday, AMC's "Mad Men'' was anointed TV's new wunderkind. For its first season, the evocative period drama about ad men and martini lunches won more Emmy nominations than any drama this year, with 16 nods including best drama, best actor (Jon Hamm), and best supporting actor (John Slattery). (Full article: 1032 words)

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