Game of Thrones, Fleabag and Ozark and Chernobyl have a good run in the Emmy Awards 2019
Here are the full list of winners from the Emmy Awards
Game of Thrones, Fleabag and Ozark and Chernobyl had a memorable night at the 2019 Emmy Awards.
The final season Game of Thrones, which broke records by earning 32 nominations, took home 12 trophies, including Best Drama series and Best Supporting Actor for Peter Dinklage for the role of Tyrion Lannister.
"These last 10 years have been the best years of our lives and for everyone who worked on it, I can't believe we finished -- and I can't believe we did it. We did it all together and it's over and we shall never see your like again," co-creator David Benioff said in a fitting farewell note.
Dinklage, who created Emmy Awards history after winning Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series for the fourth time, got emotional when he got on stage to accept final Emmy for the show.
"I count myself so fortunate to be a member of a community that is all about tolerance and diversity, because no other place could I be standing on a stage like this," said the actor, who was born with dwarfism.
The Game of Thrones cast, including Kit Harington, Lena Headey, Emilia Clarke, Dinklage, Sophie Turner and Maisie Williams, also got a standing ovation when they got on the stage to say goodbye.
"As much was we wish the show could have gone on forever. Our time had come. And tonight is a chance to once again thank all of those who watched," Williams said.
The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel won eight awards, including Supporting Actress accolade for Alex Borstein and Supporting Actor for Tony Shalhoub. Borstein dedicated her Emmy to the women of the show, grandparents, immigrants, Holocaust survivors and asked women to "So step out of line, ladies".
Chernobyl was another big winner, taking home 10 awards, including Limited Series honour.
Phoebe Waller-Bridge's Fleabag was a surprise package as the show dominated the comedy categories, sweeping in honours for best comedy, best directing and best writing for a comedy series. "Huge thank you for Fleabag family. Everybody who has put so much heart in it. It's really wonderful to know a dirty, pervy, angry messed-up woman can make it to the Emmys," said Waller-Bridge.
Some other surprise winners were: Bill Hader in the Lead Actor in a Comedy Series category for Barry, Jodie Comer being named as Lead Actress in a Drama Series category for her portrayal of the cunning assassin Villanelle in the show Killing Eve and Julia Garner beating Game of Thrones stars, including Sophie Turner, Lena Headey, Maisie Williams, to win her first Emmy in Supporting Actress in a Drama Series category for "Ozark".
Jason Bateman also won an Emmy in Directing for a Drama Series category for Ozark.
Actor Ben Whishaw won his first Emmy in Supporting Actor in a Limited Series or Movie category for A Very English Scandal. Jesse Armstrong won the award in the Outstanding Writing for a Drama Series category for Succession.