It was a big night at the Emmys for Game of Thrones, which won Oustanding Drama Series for the third time. Season 7 aired on M-Net last year and next year we'll be tuning into Game of Thrones for the last time as the final season is coming as surely as winter will.
The wordsmith behind Westeros, George R.R. Martin, was also there to celebrate Game of Thrones's victory. Even though the show is ending, Martin has yet to release the final two books of the series.
In addition to winning Oustanding Drama Series, Game of Thrones also won Supporting Actor in a Drama Series for Peter Dinklage, who plays Tyrion Lannister.
Several of the show's stars were on the carpet to support the fantasy series that has made them household names, including Kit Harington and Nathalie Emmanuel, who play Jon Snow and Missandei.
We're going to miss Game of Thrones when it's gone, but at least HBO is making sure we stay immersed in breathtaking drama with Westworld. Season 2 aired this year on M-Net, and we can't wait for Season 3.
Thandie Newton's performance as Maeve Millay won her an Emmy for Supporting Actress in a Drama Series.
Newton's co-star Evan Rachel Wood, who was nominated for Lead Actress in a Drama Series for her role as Dolores Abernathy, was also in attendance.
Fellow Westworld inhabitants Angela Sarafya and Ben Barnes, who play Clementine Pennyfeather and Logan, were also there to support the show.
A drama series we've been glued to on M-Net for a few years now is The Americans, which won Lead Actor in a Drama Series for Matthew Rhys. He's been nominated three times for an Emmy for his role as Philip Jennings, but this is the first time he's won.
Samira Wiley, who was awarded for her role as Moira in The Handmaid's Tale at the Creative Emmys earlier this month, was still in attendance supporting her show, which was nominated for multiple awards.
Ron Cephas Jones, William "Shakespeare" Hill in This Is Us, was also honoured for his role at the Creative Emmys, and was in attendance as well. He presented an award with Sterling K. Brown, who was nominated for This Is Us in which he plays Hill's son, Randall Pearson. Brown won an Emmy for his role last year and was nominated again this year.
On the comedy front, Barry walked away with two Emmys: Lead Actor in a Comedy Series and Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series, for Bill Hader and Henry Winkler.
Jessica Biel, who was nominated for her work in The Sinner, was in attendance with husband Justin Timberlake.
Get the full list of winners here.
Missed the live broadcast? Watch it in prime time tonight, Tuesday 18 September, at 21:00 on M-Net channel 101.
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