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TV has made 2020 bearable. The Emmys have never been more important

No matter who or what dominates the 72nd Primetime Emmy Awards, there's already one clear winner rolling up to Sunday's virtual ceremony.

2020's top honor - the award for Keeping Us Occupied During the Worst Year Ever - belongs to television itself.

Thank you, television, for soldiering forward with prestige programming, total mindless junk and everything in between while the rest of the planet was forced to shut down and isolate in the face of COVID-19, deadly weather events and one political crisis after the next.

Through environmental catastrophe and social unrest, no one medium has done (or is doing) as much to keep us as entertained, connected, informed and distracted as you

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