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There were few surprises when nominations for the 55th annual Primetime Emmy awards were announced this morning. As expected, Six Feet Under overtook the competition with a field-best 16 nods, including best drama series, best actor for Peter Krause and best actress for Frances Conroy. Three-time champ The West Wing finished a close second with 15 mentions, despite sinking approval ratings last season. The Sopranos, meanwhile, nabbed 13 nods (including shoo-in Edie Falco), tying with Sex and the City and Everybody Loves Raymond. HBO once agai

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There were few surprises when nominations for the 55th annual Primetime Emmy awards were announced this morning. As expected, Six Feet Under overtook the competition with a field-best 16 nods, including best drama series, best actor for Peter Krause and best actress for Frances Conroy. Three-time champ The West Wing finished a close second with 15 mentions, despite sinking approval ratings last season. The Sopranos, meanwhile, nabbed 13 nods (including shoo-in Edie Falco), tying with Sex and the City and Everybody Loves Raymond. HBO once again came off as the big winner, scoring 109 nominations. NBC placed a distant second with 77 nods. For a list of the major nominees, click here. In the meantime, read on...