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The 71st annual Emmy Awards were handed out Sunday night (in a hostless ceremony!) and while Game of Thrones leads the charge with 32 nominations, there are plenty of  history-makers in the mix as well as first-timers. Take a look below at the full list of winners. (* indicates winner)

OUTSTANDING SUPPORTING ACTOR IN A COMEDY SERIES

Not a fan of endless lists, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel‘s Tony made sure to thank husband and wife team, Amy Sherman Palladino (creator) and Daniel Palladino (co-writer and director) multiple times.

Tony Shalhoub – The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel*

Anthony Carrigan – Barry

Alan Arkin – The Kominsky Method

Stephen Root – Barry

Tony Hale – Veep

Henry Winkler – Barry

OUTSTANDING SUPPORTING ACTRESS IN A COMEDY SERIES

While accepting the award, Alex joked that she wasn’t wearing any underwear as a call-back to comments about her lack of a bra when she won last year. Things turned more earnest when she dedicated the trophy to women everywhere, most importantly her grandmother, who survived the Holocaust: “My grandmother was in line to be shot into a pit and she said, ‘What happens if I step out of line?’ He said, ‘I don’t have the heart to shoot you but somebody will’ and she stepped out of line and for that I am here and my children are here. So step out of line, ladies. Step out of line!”

Alex Borstein – The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel* 

Anna Chlumsky – Veep

Sian Clifford – Fleabag

Olivia Colman – Fleabag

Betty Gilpin – GLOW

Sarah Goldberg – Barry 

Marin Hinkle – The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel

Kate McKinnon – Saturday Night Live

Alex Borstein dares women to step out of line

WRITING FOR A COMEDY SERIES

For the Fleabag creator, writer and star she was happy to be at the big party saying,”It’s reassuring that a dirty, angry, pervy, messed up woman can make it to the Emmys.”

“Episode 1,” Fleabag
Written by Phoebe Waller-Bridge*

“ronny/lilly,” Barry
Written by Alec Berg and Bill Hader

“Janet,” The Good Place
Written by Josh Siegal and Dylan Morgan

“Anna Ishii-Peters,” PEN15
Written by Maya Erskine and Anna Konkle

“Nothing In This World Is Easy,” Russian Doll
Written by Leslye Headland, Natasha Lyonne, Amy Poehler

“A Warm Body,” Russian Doll
Written by Allison Silverman

“Veep,” Veep
Written by David Mandel

DIRECTING FOR A COMEDY SERIES

Harry thanked a “crew who made something beautiful for almost no money. A cast who only has to open their mouths to make me look good. And thank you, Phoebe, for coming into my life like a glorious grenade,” he said, singling out Phoebe Waller-Bridge who took also took home an Emmy for comedy writing.

“Episode 1,” Fleabag
Directed by Harry Bradbeer*

“The Audition,” Barry
Directed by Alec Berg

“ronny/lily,” Barry
Directed by Bill Hader

“The Stockholm Syndrome,” The Big Bang Theory
Directed by Mark Cendrowski

“All Alone,” The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel
Directed by Amy Sherman-Palladino

“We’re Going To The Catskills!” The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel
Directed by Daniel Palladino

OUTSTANDING LEAD ACTOR IN A COMEDY SERIES

“I don’t know where I’d be without you, friend,” said a thoughtful Bill to producer and writer, Alec Berg.

Bill Hader – Barry* 

Anthony Anderson – Black-ish

Don Cheadle – Black Monday 

Ted Danson – The Good Place

Michael Douglas – The Kominsky Method 

Eugene Levy – Schitt’s Creek 

OUTSTANDING LEAD ACTRESS IN A COMEDY SERIES

“No! Oh my God! No. I find acting really hard and really painful,” Phoebe joked, while taking home her second win for the night. A glorious grenade indeed.

Phoebe Waller-Bridge – Fleabag* 

Christina Applegate – Dead to Me

Rachel Brosnahan – The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel

Julia Louis-Dreyfus – Veep

Natasha Lyonne – Russian Doll

Catherine O’Hara – Schitt’s Creek

Phoebe Waller-Bridge is in denial

OUTSTANDING REALITY-COMPETITION PROGRAM

“Go to vote.gov and register to vote,” was RuPaul’s call to action as he took home the award for best reality-competition show.

RuPaul’s Drag Race*

The Amazing Race

American Ninja Warrior 

Nailed It 

Top Chef

The Voice

OUTSTANDING SUPPORTING ACTRESS IN A LIMITED SERIES OR MOVIE

“I just have to say… I’m grateful at 50 to be getting the best parts of my life,” Patricia said. She also mourned the loss of her trans sister Alexis, and called for the protection of trans lives.

Patricia Arquette – The Act*

Marsha Stephanie Blake – When They See Us

Patricia Clarkson – Sharp Objects

Vera Farmiga – When They See Us

Margaret Qualley – Fosse/Verdon

Emily Watson – Chernobyl 

DIRECTING FOR A LIMITED SERIES, MOVIE OR DRAMATIC SPECIAL

“My family is better than your family,” director Johan poked fun at Fleabag‘s Phoebe Waller-Bridge.

Chernobyl
Directed by Johan Renck*

Escape At Dannemora
Directed by Ben Stiller

“Glory,” Fosse/Verdon
Directed by Jessica Yu

“Who’s Got The Pain,” Fosse/Verdon
Directed by Thomas Kail

A Very English Scandal
Directed by Stephen Frears

When They See Us
Directed by Ava DuVernay

OUTSTANDING SUPPORTING ACTOR IN A LIMITED SERIES OR MOVIE

An admittedly hungover Ben shouted out his co-star, Hugh Grant. “I hope that you get one of these,” the talented British actor said in his speech. We hope Hugh gets that Emmy someday too.

Ben Whishaw – A Very English Scandal*

Asante Blackk – When They See Us

Paul Dano – Escape at Dannemora 

John Leguizamo – When They See Us

Stellan Skarsgård – Chernobyl 

Michael K. Williams – When They See Us

WRITING FOR A LIMITED SERIES, MOVIE OR DRAMATIC SPECIAL

Craig accepted the award in memory of all those who lost their lives and suffered as a result of the nuclear disaster that occurred on April 26, 1986.

Chernobyl
Written by Craig Mazin*

“Episode 6,” Escape At Dannemora
Written by Brett Johnson, Michael Tolkin, Jerry Stahl

“Episode 7,” Escape At Dannemora
Written by Brett Johnson, Michael Tolkin

“Providence,” Fosse/Verdon
Written by Steven Levenson and Joel Fields

A Very English Scandal
Written by Russel T Davies

“Part Four,” When They See Us
Teleplay by Ava DuVernay and Michael Starrbury

OUTSTANDING LEAD ACTOR IN A LIMITED SERIES OR MOVIE

The talented 21-year-old Jharrel dedicated his award to the exonerated five.

Jharrel Jerome – When They See Us* 

Mahershala Ali – True Detective

Benicio Del Toro – Escape at Dannemora

Hugh Grant – A Very English Scandal

Jared Harris – Chernobyl 

Sam Rockwell – Fosse/Verdon

Jharrel Jerome dedicated win to the ‘Exonerated 5’

OUTSTANDING TELEVISION MOVIE

The innovative Netflix Choose Your Own Adventure style television show was the first of its kind. We just want to know which ending was the most Emmy-worthy.

Bandersnatch, Black Mirror*

Brexit 

Deadwood: The Movie

King Lear

My Dinner with Hervé 

OUTSTANDING LIMITED SERIES

I hope that, in some small way, our show has helped remind people of the value of the truth and the danger of the lie,” said screenwriter Craig Mazin.

Chernobyl*

Escape at Dannemora 

Fosse/Verdon 

Sharp Objects

When They See Us

OUTSTANDING LEAD ACTRESS IN A LIMITED SERIES OR MOVIE

“When a woman, especially a woman of colour … tells you what she needs to do her job, listen to her …  so that she can succeed because of her environment and not in spite of it,” Michelle said in her speech, recognizing that women of colour make less money than their white, male counterparts. The actress dedicated the award to her daughter, Matilda.

Michelle Williams – Fosse/Verdon*

Amy Adams – Sharp Objects 

Patricia Arquette – Escape at Dannemora 

Aunjanue Ellis – When They See Us 

Joey King – The Act 

Niecy Nash – When They See Us 

Michelle Williams on the value of listening to a woman

WRITING FOR A VARIETY SERIES

Last Week Tonight With John Oliver*

Documentary Now!

Full Frontal With Samantha Bee

Late Night With Seth Meyers

The Late Show With Stephen Colbert

Saturday Night Live

VARIETY SKETCH SERIES

Lorne Michaels shared that the Adam Sandler episode they submitted for consideration included a touching tribute to Chris Farley. “It’s rare that you see a camera man tear up or a boom crew crying. But it was a very, very chilling moment and very powerful …  It’s those kind of moments, that sort of thing is what keeps us here,” he said of Sandler’s performance honouring his late friend.

Saturday Night Live*

At Home With Amy Sedaris

Documentary Now!

Drunk History

I Love You, America With Sarah Silverman

Who Is America?

DIRECTING FOR A VARIETY SERIES

Saturday Night Live, “Host: Adam Sandler”
Directed by Don Roy King*

Documentary Now!, “Waiting For The Artist”
Directed by Alex Buono, Rhys Thomas

Drunk History, “Are You Afraid Of The Drunk?”
Directed by Derek Waters

Last Week Tonight With John Oliver, “Psychics”
Directed by Paul Pennolino

The Late Show With Stephen Colbert, “Live Midterm Election Show”
Directed by Jim Hoskinson

Who Is America?, “Episode 102”
Directed by Sacha Baron Cohen, Nathan Fielder, Daniel Gray Longino, Dan Mazer

OUTSTANDING VARIETY TALK SERIES

“Thank you to Game of Thrones for the lead-in all these years,” joked John while accepting the award for best variety talk series.

Last Week Tonight with John Oliver* 

The Daily Show with Trevor Noah

Full Frontal with Samantha Bee 

Jimmy Kimmel Live!

The Late Late Show with James Corden 

The Late Show with Stephen Colbert

OUTSTANDING SUPPORTING ACTOR IN A DRAMA SERIES

Peter Dinklage, nominated every season for his role as Tyrion Lannister, took home the Emmy for outstanding supporting actor in a drama series. “I count myself so fortunate to be a member of a community that is nothing but all about tolerance and diversity, because no other place could I be standing on a stage like this.”

Peter Dinklage – Game of Thrones*

Alfie Allen – Game of Thrones

Jonathan Banks – Better Call Saul 

Nikolaj Coster-Waldau – Game of Thrones

Giancario Esposito – Better Call Saul 

Michael Kelly – House of Cards

Chris Sullivan – This is Us

Peter Dinklage thanks “all those motherf***ers”

WRITING FOR A DRAMA SERIES

“Blimey. I’m quite overwhelmed, I didn’t expect that. There’s quite a lot of British winners, maybe too many,” Jesse said. Indeed, it was a night that celebrated the massive British talent behind Fleabag, Chernobyl, Last Week Tonight with John Oliver, Bandersnatch and A Very English Scandal.  

“Nobody Is Ever Missing,” Succession
Written by Jesse Armstrong*

“Winner,” Better Call Saul
Written by Peter Gould and Thomas Schnauz

“Episode 1,” Bodyguard
Written by Jed Mercurio

“The Iron Throne,” Game of Thrones
Written by David Benioff and D.B. Weiss

“Holly,” The Handmaid’s Tale
Teleplay by Bruce Miller and Kira Snyder

“Nice And Neat,” Killing Eve
Written by Emerald Fennell

OUTSTANDING SUPPORTING ACTRESS IN A DRAMA SERIES

Beating out the many actresses of Game of Thrones, an excited and nervous Julia wished the Emmy was chocolate, so she could break off pieces and share it with everyone. “I want to give a piece to everybody that has been involved in my life,” the actress said.

Julia Garner – Ozark*

Gwendoline Christie – Game of Thrones

Lena Heady – Game of Thrones

Fiona Shaw – Killing Eve

Sophie Turner – Game of Thrones

Maisie Williams – Game of Thrones

OUTSTANDING LEAD ACTOR IN A DRAMA SERIES

Billy makes history as the first openly gay man to win an Emmy for outstanding lead actor in a drama series. Quoting James Baldwin, he said, “It took many years of vomiting up all the filth I’d been taught about myself, and half-believed, before I was able to walk on the earth as though I had a right to be here.”

Billy Porter – Pose* 

Jason Bateman – Ozark 

Sterling K. Brown – This is Us

Kit Harrington – Game of Thrones 

Bob Odenkirk – Better Call Saul 

Milo Ventimiglia – This is Us 

Billy Porter makes history

DIRECTING FOR A DRAMA SERIES

An elated Laura Linney is thrilled at Jason’s win. In a touching speech, Jason divvies up the Emmy award to everyone who has helped him get up on the stage, from the cast and the crew to his family.

“Reparations,” Ozark
Directed by Jason Bateman*

“The Iron Throne,” Game of Thrones
Directed by David Benioff and D.B. Weiss

“The Last Of The Starks,” Game of Thrones
Directed by David Nutter

“The Long Night,” Game of Thrones
Directed by Miguel Sapochnik

“Holly,” The Handmaid’s Tale
Directed by Daina Reid

“Desperate Times,” Killing Eve
Directed by Lisa Brühlmann

“Celebration,” Succession
Directed by Adam McKay

OUTSTANDING LEAD ACTRESS IN A DRAMA SERIES

A shocked Jodie didn’t invite her parents to the ceremony because she assumed she’d lose. We loved the hug she shared with fellow nominee and co-star Sandra Oh. Season three can’t come soon enough.

Jodie Comer – Killing Eve* 

Emilia Clarke – Game of Thrones

Viola Davis – How to Get Away With Murder

Laura Linney – Ozark 

Mandy Moore – This is Us

Sandra Oh – Killing Eve

Robin Wright – House of Cards 

OUTSTANDING COMEDY SERIES

Accepting her third Emmy of the evening, Phoebe’s raking in the awards for the delightful Fleabag. “This is just getting ridiculous,” she said. The actress/writer/creator made sure to acknowledge Andrew Scott, who played the fan favourite ‘hot priest’ in season two.

Fleabag*

Barry 

The Good Place 

The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel 

Russian Doll 

Schitt’s Creek

Veep

OUTSTANDING DRAMA SERIES

In a surprise to no one, the hit show took home the Emmy for outstanding drama series. The show’s creators made sure to thank George R.R. Martin’s “demented mind.”

Game of Thrones*

Better Call Saul 

The Bodyguard  

Killing Eve 

Ozark 

Pose

Succession

This is Us

‘Game of Thrones’ goes out with a bang