HBO stole the show during this morning's 59th Emmy nominations.
Two of its productions garnered the most Emmy nods — 32 in total.
The network's made-for-TV movie "Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee," which chronicles the displacement of American Indians as the United States expanded west, led the nominations with 17. The film was based on the book by Dee Brown.
HBO's mob series, "The Sopranos," which most fans still remember for its ambiguous final scene, found its happy ending with 15 Emmy...Full Story