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Mad Men and 30 Rock Named TV's Top Shows | Christina Hendricks, Elisabeth Moss, January Jones, Jon Hamm

Primetime Emmy Awards 2009

Mad Men and 30 Rock Named TV's Top Shows

Originally posted 09/20/2009 11:00PM

Comedy rocked once again at the 61st Primetime Emmys, where 30 Rock was named top sitcom series and its lead male star, Alec Baldwin, outstanding actor in a comedy series. Both also took the titles last year.

"That was a real nail biter," said the show's creator, producer and star Tina Fey when she accepted the award toward the end of Sunday night's ceremony. She also thanked NBC for keeping the show on the air, even though, as she pointed out, it is more expensive than a talk show.

For the second consecutive year, AMC's Mad Men, a period '60s look at Madison Avenue's advertising world and those who worked in it, was named outstanding drama series.

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Jessica Lange Breaks Collarbone, Bruises Ribs in Fall


Jessica Lange Injured in Fall

Originally posted 03/18/2009 12:55PM

Jessica Lange was hospitalized on Tuesday after a fall at her Minnesota home, her rep tells PEOPLE.

The actress, 59, was vacationing when she fell from a set of stairs.

"She bruised her ribs, broke her collarbone and received a small cut on her forehead," her rep said in a statement. "She will be completely fine and expects to be released from the hospital imminently."

The Oscar winner stars opposite Drew Barrymore in the HBO film Grey Gardens, premiering April 18.

TMZ.com was first to report the injury.
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Lange Speaks of Horrors in Congo War

Originally posted 08/14/2003 10:35AM

Recalling her recent four-day humanitarian visit to the war-torn eastern Democratic Republic of Congo, Oscar winner Jessica Lange tells PEOPLE that "there was no way to prepare myself for what I saw."

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