The 68th primetime Emmy Awards took place last night in Los Angeles hosted by the very funny Jimmy Kimmel. It was everything you expected it to be. Full of entertainment, the Trump jokes, the fashion and of course a lot of winners. So if you didn’t catch the Award show last night, don’t worry we’ve got you covered.
Kimmel started off as, “If your show doesn’t have a dragon or a White Bronco in it, go home now.”
He also took a dig at Donald Trump and Mark Burnett, producer of Celebrity Apprentice as well as at the cast of Game of Thrones in his opening speech at the Emmys Sunday night.
He was seen in a video montage riding with the cast of Modern Family, on “Carpool Karaoke” with James Corden, a limo carrying Julia Louis-Dreyfus with Jeb Bush as the driver and finally getting dropped off by Daenerys Targaryen a.k.a Daenerys Targaryen on her dragon.
Below is a list of the main winners that took away an Emmy home last night.
List of Winners.
Veep has been nominated 42 times at the Emmy and this is their second award in a row. Julia Louis-Dreyfus won lead actress in a comedy series for fifth time this year and producer David Mandel and the show production team accepted the award for the category of outstanding comedy series.
Game Of thrones won in the category of Best Drama Series for second time in a row. The HBO fantasy drama triumphed yet again in three following categories including best drama series, Outstanding Special Visual Effects and Outstanding Casting for Drama Series.
It has also made history by breaking record for the highest number of Emmy Awards won by a fictional show. It has won a total of 38 Emmy Awards beating Frasier’s previous record of 37.
Canadian Tatiana Maslany wins for Orphan Black
In 2014 Tatiana Maslany was overlooked for an Emmy nomination making fans go crazy with disappointment. She plays multiple roles on the clone series Orphan Black. Last year she was nominated but didn’t win.
This time around, Maslany, whose performances have garnered critical and audience acclaim for years, took the stage to accept the award for outstanding lead actress in a drama series and it’s easy to say she definitely earned it!
Rami Malek wins for “Mr. Robot”
Rami Malek accepted the award for outstanding lead actor drama series for “Mr. Robot” during the 68th Primetime Emmy Awards on Sunday, Sept. 18, 2016. This is the first time an actor from an ethnic minority has won the award since 1998.
Sarah Paulson wins for “The People v. O.J. Simpson”
Sarah Paulson won for “People v. O.J. Simpson” and accepted the award for outstanding lead actress in a limited series or movie, for her portrayal of prosecutor Marcia Clark.
Fans described their enthusiasm on social media websites.
— Juliette (@bulle_bleue) September 19, 2016
— Dany Storm-boo🎃👻 (@DanyUnburnt) September 19, 2016
— best of rami (@bestoframimalek) September 19, 2016
— Maudie Garrett (@maudegarrett) September 19, 2016
— MuggleNet.com (@MuggleNet) September 19, 2016
…….and lots of disappointments.
I had a dream that Modern Family and Big Bang Theory got zero Emmy nominations. Waking up sucks. Ready for some disappointment #Emmys2016
— Nicole D (@cynicole78) July 14, 2016
— That samosa guy (@samosawallah) September 19, 2016
— Minhaz Raufoon (@RAUF00N) September 19, 2016
Here is the list of all the winners from last night.
Outstanding Actor – Short Form Comedy or Drama: Rob Corddry, “Children’s Hospital”
Outstanding Actress – Short Form Comedy or Drama Series: Patrika Darbo, “Acting Dead”
Outstanding Drama Guest Actor: Hank Azaria, “Ray Donovan”
Outstanding Host – Reality or Reality Competition Program: RuPaul Charles, “RuPaul’s Drag Race”
Outstanding Comedy Guest Actress: Amy Poehler & Tina Fey, “Saturday Night Live”
Lucy Hood Digerati Award: Rob Hayes
Outstanding Drama Guest Actress: Margo Martindale, “The Americans”
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series: Louie Anderson, “Baskets”
Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series: Aziz Ansari and Alan Yang, Parents episode of “Master Of None”
Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series: Kate McKinnon, “Saturday Night Live”
Outstanding Directing in a Comedy Series: Jill Soloway, Man On The Land episode of “Transparent”
Outstanding Actress in a Comedy Series: Julia Louis-Dreyfus, “Veep”
Outstanding Actor in a Comedy Series: Jeffrey Tambor, “Transparent”
Outstanding Reality Competition Program: “The Voice”
Outstanding Writing in a Limited Series or TV Movie: D.V. DeVincentis, “The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story”
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Limited Series or TV Movie: Courtney B. Vance, “The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story”
Outstanding TV Movie: “Sherlock: The Abominable Bride”
Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Limited Series or TV Movie: Regina King, “American Crime”
Outstanding Directing in a Limited Series or TV Movie: Susanne Bier, “The Night Manager”
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Limited Series or TV Movie: Sterling K. Brown, “The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story”
Outstanding Lead Actress in a Limited Series or TV Movie: Sarah Paulson, “The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story”
Outstanding Limited Series: “The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story”
Outstanding Writing for a Variety Special: Patton Oswalt, “Patton Oswalt: Talking for Clapping”
Outstanding Variety Talk Series: “Last Week Tonight with John Oliver”
Outstanding Directing for a Variety Special: Thomas Kail and Alex Rudzinski, “Grease Live!”
Outstanding Variety Sketch Series: “Key & Peele”