Elisabeth Moss wins best drama actress at 2017 Emmys
- Author: Salvatore Jensen Sep 19, 2017,
Sep 19, 2017, 17:55
"Go home, get to work, we have a lot of things to fight for", Bruce Miller closed the show with a thank you and a call to action.
VOA News and the Associated Press reported this story. Laura Dern has been rewarded for his second role of a leader of Silicon Valley which is trying to protect his little girl, in same series. He saluted Andre Braugher, whose win for "Homicide: Life On the Street" in 1998 was the last time a black actor won in his category.
Montreal's Jean-Marc Vallee won the award for best directing in a limited series for "Big Little Lies", which took home eight trophies.
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The series Master of None, Aziz ansari and Lena Wai, has been rewarded for his screenplay. "In these insane times, his life, even as an old man, reminds us what courage and leadership in government really looks like", Lithgow said. In a year filled with several gripping new dramas brought to high levels by unparalleled acting, winning could not have been an easy feat. The Handmaid's Tale star Elisabeth Moss finally won her first Emmy after nine previous nods, so it's no wonder she dropped the F-bomb twice during her speech - the audio was dropped out for viewers at home. Here's the show, recapped in gif form, for you to relive infinitely.
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Supporting Actor, Drama Series: John Lithgow, "The Crown".
Donald Glover became the first African-American to win for comedy series directing.
"Most of all I have to thank Winston Churchill".
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At the 69th Primetime Emmy Awards tonight, it's likely that some of your favorite shows will be missing from the event, but that's not necessarily because they were snubbed.
Unfortunately, "This Is Us" didn't fare much better in most of the other seven categories in which it was nominated, either. Colbert told the audience that "unlike the presidency, Emmys go to the victor of the popular vote". "Both in person and around the world".
Speaking to reporters backstage after the ceremony, Moss admitted that her cursing hadn't been intentional, adding: "I was just trying to remember everybody and you really do have a weird, out-of-body experience". "He and I have that in common".
Colbert-who needles Trump constantly on his show-roasted the chief executive at the Emmys as well.
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