'24' wins best drama Emmy, 'The Office' for comedy

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August 28, 2006 06:19

 
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The groundbreaking action series "24," which turns one dangerous day into a season, found a satisfying end Sunday as it won Emmys for best drama series and best actor for star Kiefer Sutherland. The US version of "The Office," inspired by the British program of the same name, was honored as best comedy. One Emmy front-runner, sexy medical drama "Grey's Anatomy," was shut out in the awards.

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