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Emmy records, LGBTQ firsts and Omar: five things to watch

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Los Angeles (AFP) – The Emmys honoring the best in television return Sunday for the first in-person ceremony since the start of the coronavirus pandemic. In addition to the return of a (small, socially distanced) audience, there are plenty of potential records and historic firsts to look out for: Posthumous win?Michael K. Williams, forever remembered as Baltimore stick-up man Omar Little in seminal HBO crime drama “The Wire,” died earlier this month. His tragic passing will not influence voting — the suspected drug overdose in New York occurred after Emmys voting had closed. But Williams is t…

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