Behind-The-Scenes Photos From The 2018 Emmys

Behind-The-Scenes Photos From The 2018 Emmys

SNL showrunner Lorne Michaels, along with cast members including Emmy hosts Colin Jost and Michael Che, accepted the award, saying, "I love my job, and I love the people I work with, and in 1975 when we started, there were a lot of articles for the most decade about how the networks wouldn't be here much longer".

The field bested by Foy included last year's victor Elisabeth Moss for "The Handmaid's Tale" and Sandra Oh of "Killing Eve", who would have been the first actor of Asian descent to get a top drama award. 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.

With its eight Emmys so far this year, "GoT" - which will return in 2019 for an abbreviated eighth and final season - now has 46 Emmys overall.

Instead, Bill Hader's HBO show Barry won, but that wasn't what fans were talking about tonight.

'I love you and I share this with you because you're an incredible handsome brother.




Actress Q'orianka Kilcher of The Alienist accessorised her red dress with a pin that reads "I am a voter".

Referencing the earlier on-stage proposal during his acceptance speech, Rhys said his girlfriend Keri Lynn Russell told him, "I will punch you clean in the mouth" if he followed suit.

More than 40 years on from his first nomination, this was his first win. Coincidence I think not, did he just spoil that Tyrion is a Targaryen. "Because I want to call you my wife", he added to cheers, applause and a few teary-eyed actors in the audience. She said yes, he put his mother's ring on her finger and the crowd whooped and cheered.

Sandra Oh, who could become the first actor of Asian descent to win a lead acting trophy played along from her seat: "Thank you, but it's an honour just to be Asian", said the Korean-Canadian star. "We solved it!" crooned Saturday Night Live nominees Kate McKinnon and Kenan Thompson, with back-up from pop stars John Legend and Ricky Martin - and even RuPaul. The long-running NBC sketch show, already the top Emmy victor ever with 71, could snare up to three more.

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