Emmy Awards: Check Out Full Lists of Winners

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The 2019 edition of the Emmy award was held at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles on Sunday, September 22, 2019, with almost every big name in Hollywood present.

The biggest question heading into the night was whether Emmy voters would reward perennial juggernaut Game of Thrones for its divisive final season. The show was nominated for 32 awards – the most for any single season of television ever – and had already won 10 Creative Arts Emmys last week. Game of Thrones took home the night’s final prize for outstanding drama series and a best supporting actor nod for American star Peter Dinklage – bringing its total to 12 awards and breaking its own 2015 record for the most awards given to a series – but was otherwise shut out of the telecast.

See the full list of Winners:

Outstanding comedy series – Fleabag

Outstanding drama series – Game of Thrones

Outstanding limited series – Chernobyl

Lead actor in a comedy series – Bill HaderBarry

Lead actress in a comedy series – Phoebe Waller-BridgeFleabag

Supporting actor in a comedy series – Tony ShalhoubThe Marvelous Mrs Maisel

Supporting actress in a comedy series –Alex BorsteinThe Marvelous Mrs Maisel

Lead actor in a drama series –Billy Porter, Pose

Lead actress in a drama series –Jodie ComerKilling Eve

Supporting actor in a drama series –Peter DinklageGame of Thrones

Supporting actress in a drama series –Julia GarnerOzark

Lead actor in a limited series or movie –Jharrel JeromeWhen They See Us

Lead actress in a limited series or movie –Michelle WilliamsFosse/Verdon

Supporting actor in a limited series or movie –Ben WhishawA Very English Scandal

Supporting actress in a limited series or movie –Patricia Arquette, The Act

Outstanding reality competition series –RuPaul’s Drag Race

Outstanding variety talk series –Last Week Tonight With John Oliver

Outstanding variety sketch series –Saturday Night Live

Outstanding television movie –Bandersnatch

Writing for a comedy series –Phoebe Waller-Bridge, Fleabag

Writing for a drama series –Jesse Armstrong, Succession

Writing for a limited series, movie or drama –Craig Mazin, Chernobyl

Director for a comedy series –Harry Bradbeer – Fleabag

Directing for a drama series –Jason Bateman, Ozark

Directing for a limited series –Johan Renck, Chernobyl

A list of winners in all categories can be found here.

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