September 23, 2013 | by Staff reports
‘Family’ night again at Emmys
Michael Douglas in his Emmy-winning role as Liberace. (File photo courtesy HBO)

Michael Douglas in his Emmy-winning role as Liberace. (File photo courtesy HBO)

As has come to be fairly usual, gays scored big Sunday night at the Emmys. Hit comedy show “Modern Family,” featuring a gay couple as just one more clan in the bunch, won its fourth consecutive win for best comedy series and also scored an Emmy for best directing.

And HBO’s uber-gay “Behind the Candelabra,” the Steven Soderbergh-helmed Liberace biopic, won three awards: best miniseries or movie, outstanding director and lead actor for Michael Douglas, who played the gay entertainer with Matt Damon as his young lover. Elton John sang a song dedicated to Liberace at the ceremony.

“Breaking Bad” won best drama. Ubiquitous gay actor Neil Patrick Harris hosted. USA Today has a recap here. All the winners are listed here.

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