The British actress Phoebe Waller-Bridge is the star of Emmys, who takes home three awards for the comedy Fleabag. Game Of Thrones is also a big winner.
The fantasy epic Game Of Thrones ended after eight seasons earlier this year was honored as an outstanding drama series and won the grand prize of the ceremony for the fourth time.
Fleabag was honored as the best comedy, while his star and author Waller-Bridge also recorded the Gongs for Leading Actor and Outstanding Writing in this category.  71st Primetime Emmy Awards – Show – Los Angeles, California, USA, September 22, 2019. Phoebe Waller Bridge celebrates after winning outstanding writing for a comedy series for "Fleabag." REUTERS / Mike Blake “/>
Image: Phoebe Waller Bridge Celebrates Award Winning Awards for Fleabag
When Waller Bridge stepped onto the stage in Los Angeles, she thanked her "Fleabag family" for honoring them "incredible cast" that "gave this movie an incredible heart".
Waller-Bridge added it was "reassuring" that a "dirty, perverted, confused woman can make it into the Emmys".
British actress Jodie Comer has been named Best Actress for her role as psychopathic assassin Villanelle in "Killing Eve".
Sky original The drama Chernobyl, which was a huge hit earlier this year, was voted the best limited-edition series at the ceremony, the biggest night on US television.
The wonderful Mrs. Maisel won the first prize of the night, and Tony Shalhoub won an outstanding supporting actor in a comedy series.
He won in front of the Barry stars Stephen Root, Henry Winkler and Anthony Carrigan as well as Alan Arkin of the Kominsky Method and Tony Hale of Veep.
It was Shalhoub's fourth Emmys win, and Maisel soon regained, with Alex Borstein selecting the best supporting actress in a comedy series.
She won in a category also includes UK stars from Flea bag Olivia Colman and Sian Clifford.
Game of Thrones – with 32 nominations at record levels – had the chance to break its own record of 12 wins in a single year.
He was awarded 10 prizes at the Creative Arts Emmys earlier this month, where the technical aspects of TV production are recognized.
Each category included a host of Game Of Thrones stars, including British artists Kit Harington, Emilia Clarke, Gwendoline Christie, Sophie Turner, Alife Allen, and Maisie Williams.