Claire Danes, Jim Parsons and Merritt Wever all received trophies on Sept. 22.
Outstanding Drama Series
AMC's Breaking Bad claimed a win for Outstanding Drama Series.
Outstanding Comedy Series
ABC's Modern Family won for Outstanding Comedy Series.
Lead Actor in a TV Movie
Michael Douglas won for his performance in Behind the Candelabra.
Supporting Actress in a Miniseries
Ellen Burstyn won for her role in Political Animals.
Supporting Actor in a Miniseries
James Cromwell won for American Horror Story: Asylum.
Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series
Nurse Jackie's Merritt Wever took home the statuette.
Outstanding Variety Series
The Colbert Report won in both the Outstanding Variety Series and Writing for a Variety Series categories.
Lead Actress in a Drama Series
Claire Danes, who plays CIA agent Carrie Mathison in Homeland, won for the second straight year.
Outstanding Reality-Competition Series
The Voice beat out perennial juggernaut The Amazing Race.
Supporting Actor in a Drama Series
Bobby Cannavale of HBO's Boardwalk Empire earned the win for his portrayal of gangster Gyp Rosetti.
Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series
Veep's Tony Hale took home the Emmy, his first.
Lead Actor in a Comedy Series
Jim Parsons, star of CBS comedy The Big Bang Theory, added a third Emmy to his mantelpiece.
Supporting Actress in a Drama Series
Breaking Bad's Anna Gunn won for her portrayal of Skyler White.
Lead Actress in a Comedy Series
Julia Louis-Dreyfus, who portrays Vice President Selina Meyer on Veep, claimed another Emmy, her second for Veep and her fourth overall.
Lead Actor in a Drama Series
Jeff Daniels nabbed a win for his lead role in The Newsroom.
Outstanding Miniseries or Made-for-TV Movie
HBO's Behind the Candelabra, starring Matt Damon and Michael Douglas, won the prize.
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