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THE EMMY NOMINATIONS

July 18, 2003|Susan King

By the numbers

Nominations by show

*--* 16 "Six Feet Under" 15 "The West Wing" 13 "Everybody Loves Raymond" "Sex and the City" "The Sopranos" 12 "Will & Grace" "Door to Door" 11 "Friends" "Alias" 10 "Curb Your Enthusiasm" "24"

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Nominations by network

HBO...109

NBC...77

CBS...59

Fox...37

ABC...33

PBS...16

TNT...14

A&E...12

Showtime...12

Sci Fi...10

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They're back...

It's deja vu all over again as Jennifer Aniston, Sarah Jessica Parker, Patricia Heaton, Jane Kaczmarek and Debra Messing landed lead comedy actress nominations. See if you can follow this: Last year's winner and four-time nominee Aniston ("Friends") is competing against previous winner Parker ("Sex and the City"), who picked up her fifth nomination. Heaton, below, of "Everybody Loves Raymond," is tied with Parker, with five nominations in this category. Meanwhile "Malcolm in the Middle's" Kaczmarek and "Will & Grace's" Messing have four apiece. Why so many repeat offenders? Simple: Star in long- running hit show, get many nominations.

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Old-timers day

Aging rockers don't die, they just get Emmy nominations. Consider Cher -- with six. The Boss, the Rolling Stones and Cher, below, are vying for best variety music or comedy series against fiftysomething Robin Williams and ABC's "75th Annual Academy Award" telecast. No ageism here.

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The Show

The 55th Emmy Awards air Sept. 21 at 8 p.m. on Fox.

The nominees

A complete list of nominees. 34-35.

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-- Susan King

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