The show must go on as they say and the 2020 Emmy Awards did indeed go on last night at the Staples Center, Los Angeles and in 100s of homes across the world.
The 72nd Award that celebrates Television was hosted by Jimmy Kimmel to a virtual audience of all the nominees and viewers worldwide.
‘Schitts Creek‘ broke a record with seven primetime awards and nine Emmys in total in the comedy categories and Catherine O’Hara won her first acting Emmy for her role as Moira Rose on ‘Schitts Creek‘.
Zendaya also made history as the youngest Emmy Award winner for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama for her performance in ‘Euphoria’.
Tyler Perry accepted the Governor’s Award and gave an emotional speech that spoke about his grandmother and the experiences of black people.
‘Sucession‘ took home 5 Awards including Best Drama Series and Regina King shone brightely as she won Oustanding Lead Actress in a Limited Series or TV Movie for her role in ‘Watchmen‘.
Other winners include:
Mark Ruffalo for Best Actor in a Limited Series or TV Movie for his role in ‘I Know This Much Is True‘.
Annie Murchy won Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy for ‘Schitts Creek‘, while Julia Garner won supporting Actress in a Drama for ‘Ozark‘.
Uzo Aduba also picked up an award in Supporting Actress Limited Series or a Movie for ‘Mrs America‘ and Yahya Abdul Mateen II won Supporting Actor in a Limited Drama or TV Move for ‘Watchmen‘.