Emmys Pay Tribute to Shows We Lost This Year (Video)

Take a look back at finales for “Parks and Recreation,” “Colbert Report,” and “Boardwalk Empire”

The Emmy ceremony took on a somewhat somber tone on Sunday when the telecast played a montage of all the shows that went off in the past year.

The montage was introduced by “The Grinder” star Fred Savage, who himself helped send “The Wonder Years” off into TV history back in 1993.

While the collection of memorable clips definitely contained some major spoilers, it was nevertheless a great way to look back on some of our favorite shows like “Parks and Recreation,” “The Colbert Report,” and “Boardwalk Empire.”

Viewers also got to relive the touching series finale of “Glee,” and the explosive ending of “The Newsroom” with Jeff Daniels. And who didn’t love the final act of “Sons of Anarchy?”

We also saw the final episodes of Jon Stewart‘s tenure on “The Daily Show” before Trevor Noah takes over on Sept. 28, and David Letterman waving goodbye after more than 30 years on late night.

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