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2019 Emmy Award Winners: Your Full List

Game of Thrones wins big in Drama categories as Phoebe Waller-Bridge's Fleabag pulls off an historic upset.

by | September 22, 2019 | Comments

The 71st annual Emmy Award winners were announced Sunday, September 22, starting at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT.

Game of Thrones led the nominations with 32 overall nominations, the most for any program in a single season (beating NYPD Blue’s 25-year record). The HBO fantasy program, which aired its final season this year, now has the most Emmy nominations for a drama in history with 161 and the most Emmys won with 57, including 10 won during the Creative Arts Emmy Awards ceremony last weekend.  (See the Creative Arts Emmy winners here.)

While Thrones took home just two awards during the big show — for Peter Dinklage’s performance and for Outstanding Drama Series — big winners included Amazon Prime Video comedies The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel and Fleabag; Last Week Tonight with John OliverBarry; and Ozark.

Check out the best fashion from the red carpet — well, purple carpet actually — in our arrivals gallery.


READ ALSO: 2019 Creative Arts Emmy Award Winners


Game of Thrones
(Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images)

Outstanding Drama Series


Outstanding Comedy Series


Outstanding Limited Series


Outstanding Television Movie


Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series


Emilia Clarke

Game of Thrones


Jodie Comer

Killing Eve


Viola Davis

How to Get Away With Murder


Mandy Moore

This Is Us


Sandra Oh

Killing Eve


Robin Wright

House of Cards


Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series


Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series


Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series


Don Cheadle

Black Monday


Ted Danson

The Good Place


Michael Douglas

The Kominsky Method


Eugene Levy

Schitt’s Creek


Outstanding Lead Actress in a Limited Series or a Television Movie


Amy Adams

Sharp Objects


Patricia Arquette

Escape At Dannemora


Aunjanue Ellis

When They See Us


Joey King

The Act


Niecy Nash

When They See Us


Michelle Williams

Fosse/Verdon


Outstanding Lead Actor in a Limited Series or a Television Movie


Mahershala Ali

True Detective


Benicio Del Toro

Escape At Dannemora


Hugh Grant

A Very English Scandal


Jared Harris

Chernobyl


Jharrel Jerome

When They See Us


Sam Rockwell

Fosse/Verdon


Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series


Gwendoline Christie

Game of Thrones


Lena Headey

Game of Thrones


Sophie Turner

Game of Thrones


Maisie Williams

Game of Thrones


Fiona Shaw

Killing Eve


Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series


Jonathan Banks

Better Call Saul


Giancarlo Esposito

Better Call Saul


Alfie Allen

Game of Thrones


Nikolaj Coster-Waldau

Game of Thrones


Peter Dinklage

Game of Thrones


Michael Kelly

House of Cards


Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series


Alex Borstein

The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel


Marin Hinkle

The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel


Kate McKinnon

Saturday Night Live


Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series


Alan Arkin

The Kominsky Method


Tony Shalhoub

The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel


Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Limited Series or a Television Movie


Emily Watson

Chernobyl


Margaret Qualley

Fosse/Verdon


Patricia Clarkson

Sharp Objects


Marsha Stephanie Blake

When They See Us


Vera Farmiga

When They See Us


Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Limited Series or a Television Movie


Paul Dano

Escape at Dannemora


Ben Whishaw

A Very English Scandal


Asante Blackk

When They See Us


John Leguizamo

When They See Us


Outstanding Variety Talk Series


Outstanding Variety Sketch Series


Outstanding Reality-Competition Program


Outstanding Directing for a Drama Series

“The Iron Throne,” Directed by David Benioff and D.B. Weiss

Game of Thrones
89%

“The Last of the Starks,” Directed by David Nutter

Game of Thrones
89%

“The Long Night,” Directed by Miguel Sapochnik

Game of Thrones
89%

“Desperate Times,” Directed By by Lisa Brühlmann

Killing Eve
94%

“Reparations,” Directed by Jason Bateman

Ozark
73%

“Celebration,” Directed by Adam McKay

Succession
91%

Outstanding Writing for a Drama Series

“Winner,” Written by Peter Gould, Thomas Schnauz

Better Call Saul
97%

“Episode 1,” Written by Jed Mercurio

Bodyguard
93%

“The Iron Throne,” Written by David Benioff and D.B. Weiss

Game of Thrones
89%

“Nice And Neat,” Written by Emerald Fennell

Killing Eve
94%

“Nothing Is Ever Missing,” Written by Jesse Armstrong

Succession
91%

Outstanding Directing for a Comedy Series

“The Audition,” Directed by Alec Berg

Barry
99%

“ronny/lily,” Directed by Bill Hader

Barry
99%

“Episode 1,” Directed by Harry Bradbeer

Fleabag
100%

“The Stockholm Syndrome,” Directed by Mark Cendrowski

The Big Bang Theory
81%

“All Alone,” Directed by Amy Sherman-Palladino

The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel
92%

“We’re Going to the Catskills!” Directed by Daniel Palladino

The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel
92%

Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series

“ronny/lily,” Written by Alec Berg and Bill Hader

Barry
99%

“Episode 1,” Written by Phoebe Waller-Bridge

Fleabag
100%

“Anna Ishi-Peters,” Written by Maya Erskine, Anna Konkle, Osei-Kuffour

PEN15
93%

“Nothing In This World Is Easy,” Story by Amy Poehler, Natasha Lyonne, Leslye Headland, Teleplay by Leslye Headland

Russian Doll
97%

“A Warm Body,” Written By Allison Silverman

Russian Doll
97%

”Janet(s),” Written By Josh Siegal and Dylan Morgan

The Good Place
97%

“Veep,” Written By David Mandel

Veep
93%

Outstanding Directing for a Limited Series, Movie Or Dramatic Special

Directed by Stephen Frears

A Very English Scandal
97%

Directed by Johan Renck

Chernobyl
95%

Directed by Ben Stiller

Escape at Dannemora
89%

“Glory,” Directed by Jessica Yu

Fosse/Verdon
82%

“Who’s Got The Pain,” Directed by Thomas Kail

Fosse/Verdon
82%

Directed by Ava DuVernay

When They See Us
96%

Outstanding Writing for a Limited Series, Movie Or Dramatic Special

Written by Russell T Davies

A Very English Scandal
97%

Written by Craig Mazin

Chernobyl
95%

“Episode 6,” Written by Brett Johnson, Michael Tolkin, Jerry Stahl

Escape at Dannemora
89%

“Episode 7,” Written by Brett Johnson and Michael Tolkin

Escape at Dannemora
89%

“Providence,” Story by Joel Fields and Steven Levenson; Teleplay by Steven Levenson

Fosse/Verdon
82%

“Part Four,” Story by Ava DuVernay; Teleplay by Michael Starrbury and Ava DuVernay

When They See Us
96%

Outstanding Directing For A Variety Series

“Waiting For The Artist,” Directed by Alex Buono and Rhys Thomas

Documentary Now!
94%

“Are You Afraid Of The Drunk?” Directed by Derek Waters

Drunk History

“Psychics,” Directed by Paul Pennolino

I Love You, America with Sarah Silverman
93%

“Host: Adam Sandler,” Directed by Don Roy King

Saturday Night Live

“Live Midterm Election Show,” Directed by Jim Hoskinson

Who Is America?
58%

Outstanding Writing for a Variety Sketch Series

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