A touching and bittersweet moment at the Emmys: The posthumous writing win of Henry Bromell for "Homeland."
Bromell, who died in March of a heart attack, won the writing award for a drama series for the intense "Q&A" episode of the Showtime drama. His tearful wife, Sarah, took the stage on his behalf, accepting the award "with deep appreciation to the academy."
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