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Despite the wild year, the 73rd annual primetime Emmy Awards will take place tonight under COVID-19 protocols. The most exciting night of the year in TV will feature historic implications, and we will be providing live updates of big moments, winners, and more.


Debbie Allen Wins The Governors Award

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Jason Sudeikis Wins Bigs

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The Ted Lasso star wins for Outstanding Lead Actor In A Comedy Series.

Jean Smart Wins For 'Hacks'

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For Outstanding Lead Actress In A Comedy Series, the Award goes to Jean Smart.

#2 For 'Hacks' 

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For Directing in a Comedy Series, the award goes to Lucia Aniello of Hacks.

'Hacks' Are No Hacks!

'SNL' Is On The Board

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SNL EP Lorne Michels accepts the award for Outstanding Variety Sketch Series.

'Last Week Tonight with John Oliver'

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Outstanding Writing in a Variety Series and Outstanding Variety Talk Series goes to Last Week Tonight with John Oliver.

Gillian Anderson Wins for 'The Crown'

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For her role as Margaret Thatcher in The Crown, Gillian Anderson wins Best Supporting Actress in a Drama Series.

#2 For 'The Crown'

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Jesica Hobbs wins for Outstanding Directing for a Drama Series for her work in The Crown.

Peter Morgan's Moment

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The Crown's Peter Morgan takes home the award for Outstanding Writing For a Drama Series.

#2 For 'Mare of Easttown'

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Another big win for Mare of Easttown! Evan Peters wins Best Supporting Actor in a Limited Series, Anthology, or Movie.

Julianne Nicholson Wins For 'Mare of Easttown'

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HBO Max's Mare of Easttown see Julianne Nicholson win for Best Supporting Actress in a Limited Series, Anthology, or Movie.

Brett Goldstein Gets #2 For Ted Lasso

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Now on the board for two awards tonight, Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series goes to Brett Goldstein of Ted Lasso.

Ted Lasso Wins First Award of the Night

First up is Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series, and the award goes to Ted Lasso's Hannah Waddingham!

Cedric Kicks Things Off

In his opening monologue, Cedric the Entertainer's shares what TV means to him, all while sharing a verse with the biggest stars!

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