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Both Bryan Cranston and Matthew McConaughey received recognitions in the Individual Achievement in Drama category.
Cookie Monster plays Jean Bon-Bon, a Frenchman whose pursuit of cookies leads him to learn to share.
The Sesame Street Workshop launches an online game that, similar to 'Flappy Bird', has Bert fly with the help of a blue bird.
Murray Monster confuses the British actor with his 'Sherlock' role and asks him to use his sleuthing skills to solve a 'brain-bending challenge.'
Cookie Monster, acting in place of Gollum, has to remember the recipe in order to bring cookies back to Monster Earth.
Cookie Monster volunteers to join 'The Hungry Games - Catching Fur' where he must solve puzzles to eat food and win the game.
In the 'Homelamb', a puppet sheep as CIA agent Carrie Mathison exposes hero Brody as the Big Bad Wolf in sheep's clothing.
The talk show and the children's program bag six prizes apiece, while 'The Young and the Restless' and 'The Bold and the Beautiful' grab five each at the June 14 ceremony.
The voice of Elmo, who recently resigned to due to underage-sex accusations, has recorded material enough for two more years.
The controversies surrounding the voice of Elmo's personal life have become a distraction, so he decided to leave the show after 28 years.
Organized by an animator and a university student, 'Million Muppet March' is a sign of protest against the budget cut to PBS.
'Sesame Street' executive vice president claims the studio receives very little funding from PBS, and Romney's proposal to cut federal spending for public broadcasting won't affect the show.