Emmys 2016: Game of Thrones becomes the best drama series, other winners
New Delhi : 68th edition of Emmy Awards were held at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles. Jimmy Kimmel hosted the show which celebrates the best in U.S. primetime television programming from the past twelve months.
'Game of Thrones' became the winner for the outstanding drama series of the year. Check out how the event unfolded and revealed names of the winners:
8:30am The Emmys Award for Outstanding Drama Series go to Game Of Thrones
8:18amThe Emmys for Lead Actress in a Drama Series go to Tatiana Maslany for Orphan Black
The #Emmys for Lead Actress in a Drama Series go to @TatianaMaslany, @OrphanBlack #CloneClub pic.twitter.com/xdl6eooskd— Television Academy (@TelevisionAcad) September 19, 2016
8:15am Rami Malek wins the Emmys for Lead Actor in a Drama Series Mr. Robot
7:54am Ben Mendelsohn wins Best Supporting Actor in a drama series for Bloodline.
7:48am Miguel Sapochnik wins Best Director for a drama series for the episode 'Battle of Bastards' in Game Of Thrones.
7:36am David Benioff, DB Weiss win Best Writing for a Drama Series for Game of Thrones.
7:34am Meanwhile, Hillary Clinton showers love for Kate on winning the emmys
Congratulations on your Emmy, Kate! Big fan of yours, too. pic.twitter.com/w00QO1GwyH— Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) September 19, 2016
7:32am Key & Peele wins Best Variety sketch series.
7:28am Thomas Kail, Alex Rudzinski win Best Director for a variety special for Grease: Live.
7:22am Last Week Tonight wins Best Variety Talk Series.
7:14am Patton Oswalt wins Best Writer for a variety special for Talking For Clapping.
7:07am The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story wins Best Limited Series.
7:05am Sherlock: The Abominable Bride wins Best TV movie
6:58am Courtney B Vance wins Best lead actor in a limited series for The People vs. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story.
6:55am Sarah Paulson wins Best lead actress in a limited series for The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story.
6:50am Sterling K Brown win Best supporting actor in a limited series or movie for The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story.
6:43am Priyanka Chopra on stage with Tom Hiddleston, y'all.
Susanne Bier wins Best Director for a limited series, movie or dramatic special for The Night Manager.
6:37am Regina King wins Best Supporting actress in a limited series or movie for American Crime.
6:34am DV DeVincentis wins Best Writing for a limited series, movie or dramatic special for The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story.
Taking to the #UpsideDown at the #Emmys. pic.twitter.com/sjF6ZxEzXG— Gaten Matarazzo (@GatenM123) September 18, 2016
6:24am The Voice wins Best Reality Show
6:18am Jeffrey Tambor wins Best Actor in a Comedy series
Another @OfficialJLD record! No other actor has ever won 5 #Emmys in a row in the major acting categories pic.twitter.com/4UQQH104JT— Henry Goldblatt (@HenryGoldblatt) September 19, 2016
6:08am Julie Louis-Dreyfus win Best Actress in Comedy for HBO's Veep.
6:04am Best Director for a comedy series is Jill Soloway for Transparent. This is Soloway's second win in a row.
6:02am Best Guest actors in a comedy series are Peter Scolari for Girls and Tina Fey and Amy Poehler for Saturday Night Live.
Alan Yang says of Asian Americans: "We got a long way to go- I know we can get there" https://t.co/j3NFvug9bv #Emmys pic.twitter.com/trq2dDpq4U— The Hollywood Reporter (@THR) September 19, 2016
5:53am Kate McKinnon wins best supporting actress in a comedy for Saturday Night Live.
5:49am: Aziz Ansari and Alan Yang win for best writing in comedy series for their Master Of None on Netflix.
5:42am: "I have not always been a good man but I play one hell of a woman," Anderson says in his acceptance speech.
5:41am: The first award of the night goes to Louie Anderson for Baskets! Anderson plays mother Zach Galifianakis' mother on the show.
5:40am: All thanks to Mark Burnett, we don't have to rely more on TV serial for drama: Kimmel jokingly says for the man behind Donald Trump's Celebrity Apprentice.
5:34am: And the show begins with Jimmy Kimmel hosting the show.