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Best: The Diversity of the Nominees and Winners
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Best: The Diversity of the Nominees and Winners

In the wake of this year's #OscarsSoWhite controversy, the other big awards shows have been quick to point out their own relative inclusivity. But the Emmys really put its money where its mouth is, delivering the most diverse roster of nominees to date. Actors, writers and directors of color featured big in multi-nominated shows like Master of None, The People v. O.J. Simpson, Black-ish, American Crime and Key & Peele — and many won, too. TV has been doing a much better job than mainstream film at representing the diversity of the real world; and thankfully, Emmy voters took notice.

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