Emmys Icons 2013

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Emmys Icons 2013

TV royalty -- including Matthew Weiner, William Shatner, the Osbournes, Greg Daniels, Alfre Woodard and HBO's Sheila Nevins -- share what having a statue (or several) really means.

1. Bryan Cranston and Matthew Weiner on the Success of AMC
The actor and show creator along with AMC president and general manager Charlie Collier on the "creativity and originality" of 'Breaking Bad' and 'Mad Men.' Bryan also recalls his first 'Breaking Bad' Emmy win in 2008.

2. The Osbournes on Getting Out of Reality TV
The family won an Emmy in 2002 for Outstanding Non-Fiction Program. "I'm happy we bailed when we bailed it was the right thing to do, the right time and I like to be the first and I like to be the pioneer and I like to have left," says Sharon.

3. William Shatner and Cloris Leachman on their Winning Nights
The duo recall their Emmy wins, William seven time nominee and won twice. First in 2004 for 'The Practice' and then again the following year for 'Boston Legal.' Cloris recalls her 1975 Emmys night where she won two awards.

4. Aaron Paul on the Highs and Lows of 'Breaking Bad' and Pulling for Vince Gilligan
"Breaking Bad has just taken it to a different level, for me it is all downhill and that is not a bad thing," says Aaron. "I know how fortunate I am to be part of Breaking Bad and I know it is a once in a lifetime thing."

5. THR Salutes Emmy Icons: Sizzle Reel
Behind the scenes of THR's Emmy Icons photo shoots with Emmy winners; Aaron Paul, Robert Carlock, Tina Fey, Jeff Richmond, The Osbournes, Jerry Seinfeld, William Shatner, Cloris Leachman, Alfre Woodard, Sheila Nevins and Bryan Cranston.

6. '30 Rock' Producers on 7 Seasons of the Comedy and a Possible Return to 'SNL'
'30 Rock' producers Tina Fey, Robert Carlock and Jeff Richmond recall winning the award for Outstanding Comedy Series in their first year on the air. "We're around if you need us to write sketches," Tina joked about a return to Saturday Night Live.