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Emmy AwardIt happens every year. Shows that have ended or (more likely) have been cancelled are nominated for the industry’s highest honor, the Emmy Award. Interestingly, many of them are nominated for the show’s last episode.

Though the cast and crews of these shows may attend the award ceremony on September 12th, they sadly won’t be working with each other the next morning.

Here are the lucky and yet not-so-lucky nominees…

Outstanding Art Direction For A Single-Camera Series
Pushing Daisies • ABC

Outstanding Cinematography For A Half-Hour Series
According To Jim • ABC (series finale)
Everybody Hates Chris • CW

Outstanding Cinematography For A One Hour Series
Life On Mars • ABC

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