Emmy Nominees 2012 are In: Melissa McCarthy, Zooey Deschanel, Alec Baldwin, Glenn Close, Steve Buscemi

The Emmy Nominees 2012 have been announced. Watch the announcement below hosted by Jimmy Kimmel.

Jul 19 2012, 8:02am CDT | by

Emmy Nominees 2012 are In: Melissa McCarthy, Zooey Deschanel, Alec Baldwin, Glenn Close, Steve Buscemi
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The Emmy Award Nominees 2012 have just been revealed. The 64th Emmy Awards will be broadcasted on September 23 and hosted by Jimmy Kimmel. He also hosted the Emmy Nominees announcement this morning.

Nominated for an Emmy Award are Melissa McCarthy, Zooey Deschanel, Alec Baldwin, Glenn Close, Steve Buscemi amongst many others. Nominated series include Breaking Bad, The Good Wife, Modern Family, Mad Men, 30 Rock, Louie and Glee.

Watch the Emmy Awards Nominee announcement below.


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