The Handmaid's Tale was the big winner at Sunday night's Emmy awards in Los Angeles, coming in to the night with 13 nominations.
The show won for Outstanding Drama series; Elisabeth Moss won for Outstanding Lead Actress in a drama; Ann Dowd won for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a drama; Alexis Bledel won for Outstanding Guest Actress in a drama; Reed Morano won for directing a drama series; and Bruce Miller won for writing for a drama series.
Other winners include Sterling K. Brown of This Is Us for Best Lead Actor in a drama; Veep's Julia Louis-Dreyfus for Best Lead Actress in a comedy (the show also won for Best Comedy); and Big Little Lies for Best Limited Series. Last Week Tonight won Best Variety Talk Series and Outstanding Writing for a variety series, and Saturday Night Live's Kate McKinnon won for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a comedy. After a politics-fueled season, SNL also won for Outstanding Variety Sketch Series, Alec Baldwin won for Best Supporting Actor in a comedy series for his portrayal on the show of President Trump, and Don Roy King took home the award for directing for a variety series; SNL creator Lorne Michaels is the most Emmy-nominated person ever, with 78 nominations. For a list of all the night's winners, visit Variety.