20 Best, Worst and WTF Things We Saw at 2015 Emmy Awards

From Andy Samberg's musical opening to presenter do's and don'ts, the cream and crud of last night's show

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Best: In Memorium for Series We Lost This Year
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Best: In Memorium for Series We Lost This Year

A tribute to the dearly departed is an inevitable part of most awards ceremonies, but this year the Emmys took the unique opportunity to similarly honor the shows that took their final bow. Given how certain series come to inhabit a place in our lives, nothing could have felt more appropriate. There's the ones that see us through the better part of a decade (Mad Men, Parks and Recreation) or several (The Late Show With David Letterman)...not to mention those without which we are lost for something to hate watch until we end up actually watching (The Newsroom). So many iconic people and programs moved on this year, and fans are left wondering how to fill the void — with other TV shows, most likely. One gripe: Peggy Olson — cigarette dangling, sunglasses on — needed to be in this montage. PR

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