'Modern Family' Makes Emmy History

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Modern Family continued its reign at the Emmys on Sunday, tying Frasier for the most Outstanding Comedy Series wins with its fifth statuette.

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The show was nominated in 10 different categories this year, including Outstanding Supporting Actor (Ty Burrell and Jesse Tyler Ferguson), Outstanding Supporting Actress (Julie Bowen) and Outstanding Guest Actor (Nathan Lane).

In addition to Outstanding Comedy, Modern Family also won the Outstanding Supporting Actor Emmy which went to Ty Burrell. The sixth season of Modern Family premieres Wednesday, September 24 on ABC, and we'll have to wait until next year to see if it beats Frasier.

Other big winners in the comedy category were The Big Bang Theory's Jim Parsons, who won for Outstanding Lead Actor, and Veep star Julia Louis-Dreyfus, who sealed her Outstanding Lead Actress win with a kiss from Bryan Cranston. Allison Janney took home the statuette for Outstanding Supporting Actress for her role on Mom.

Check out our full list of Emmy winners HERE.