In the emerging battle of traditional networks vs new platforms, streaming giant Netflix ended HBO´s 17-year streak of leading the Emmy nominations, with 112 to the premium cable network´s 108.
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SNUB: "Versace's" supporting cast - The Ryan Murphy-produced limited series took only some of the awards it was expected to, notably limited series, limited series/TV movie directing (for Murphy himself) and limited series/TV movie lead actor (for Darren Criss). Scarlett Johansson walked alongside him as they made their Emmys debut on the gold carpet for Monday's show.
Here's where to find out which shows took home the awards for the likes of Best Drama and Best Comedy, to Best Lead Actor in a Drama and many more.
The first awards of the night went to sentimental favorite Henry Winkler - the Fonz himself - for best supporting actor in a comedy for "Barry", and to Alex Borstein for Amazon's "The Marvelous Mrs Maisel".
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"I don't even believe in God but I'm going to thank her tonight", Newton quipped.
"I wrote this (speech) 43 years ago", said the former Happy Days actor, who had been nominated six times previously.
London-born Thandie Newton won the supporting actress in a drama series for her part in HBO's sci-fi western Westworld, fending off competition in a category packed with British stars, including Stranger Things' Millie Bobby Brown, Game Of Thrones' Lena Headey and The Crown's Vanessa Kirby.
One of the biggest shocks of the night came when presumed front-runner Donald Glover, the star and creator of the surreal hip-hop-inspired FX show Atlanta, lost out in the comedy acting category to Bill Hader's hitman-turned-struggling actor in HBO's showbusiness satire Barry.
In another win for Netflix, Regina King received the Outstanding Lead Actress in a Limited Series or Movie award for Seven Seconds.