Richard Plepler, Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Michael Lombardo: "This is a completely different show than anything I've ever done, and for it to get recognized is profoundly meaningful to me," said the Veep star, who won lead actress in a comedy series. She was flanked by HBO co-president Plepler, who will be upped to CEO at year's end, and president of HBO Programming Lombardo at the HBO afterparty at the Pacific Design Center.
Jon Cryer and Chuck Lorre: Two and a Half Men's Emmy winner for lead actor in a comedy series was joined by uber-producer Lorre at the Governors Ball at the L.A. Convention Center. "It's gratifying to be included, very gratifying," said Lorre of his multiple nominations.
Gary Levine, Lauren White and Alex Gansa: Levine, Showtime's vp original programming, joined Homeland's Gansa, winner for best writing for a drama series, and his wife at the Governors Ball.
Gary Newman, Dana Walden, Ryan Murphy and Jessica Lange: Chairmen of Twentieth Century Fox Television Newman and Walden joined American Horror Story's creator Murphy and Lange, who won an award for supporting actress in a miniseries or movie, at the Fox afterparty.
Shannon Woodward and Martha Plimpton: Raising Hope co-stars Woodward and Plimpton hit the Fox post-Emmy party at Soleto. Plimpton nabbed an Emmy for guest actress in a drama series for The Good Wife at the Creative Arts Emmys on Sept. 15.
Louis C.K.: The two-time winner (comedy series writing, variety special) showed off his statues at the Governors Ball.
Cat Deeley and Nigel Lythgoe: The So You Think You Can Dance host hit the Governors Ball with Lythgoe, the show's creator, executive producer and judge.
Kevin Costner: The Hatfields & McCoys star and producer with his Emmy for lead actor in a miniseries or movie at the Governors Ball.
Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson: Game Change producer Hanks, with his wife, Wilson, displayed his Emmy for best miniseries or movie at the HBO afterparty.
Christina Hendricks, Kiernan Shipka and January Jones: Mad Men co-stars Hendricks, Shipka and Jones enjoyed the AMC afterparty at Lure despite the show losing for outstanding drama series.
Amy Poehler and Tina Fey: The Parks and Recreation and 30 Rock pals, who both lost for lead actress in a comedy series, at the Governors Ball.
Aaron Paul: The Breaking Bad co-star, winner for supporting actor in a drama series, touted his Emmy while he deejayed at the AMC afterparty.
Bob Bergen, Hugh Bonneville, Benedict Cumberbatch, Brendan Coyle and Lily Tomlin: Academy Governor Bergen, Downton Abbey's Bonneville, nominee for lead actor in a miniseries or movie, Sherlock: A Scandal in Belgravia's Cumberbatch, Abbey's Coyle, and Academy Governor Lily Tomlin at the Performers Nominee Reception at the Pacific Design Center on Sept. 21.
Edie Falco and Merritt Wever: Nurse Jackie co-stars Falco and Wever at Showtime's Emmy Eve Party at Sunset Tower hotel's Tower Bar in West Hollywood on Sept. 22. "I'm not nervous because I know I'm not going to win," said Wever of her nomination for supporting actress in a comedy series.
Leslie Moonves, Richard Lovett and Adam Berkowitz: CBS president and CEO Moonves joined CAA's Lovett and Berkowitz at the agency's pre-Emmy party at Bouchon in Beverly Hills on Sept. 21.
Jason Winer, Josh Gad and Jason Ritter: Writer-director-producer Winer, 1600 Penn's Gad and Parenthood's Ritter (nominated for guest actor in a drama series) at the ICM Partners pre-Emmy brunch at Fig & Olive in West Hollywood on Sept. 22.
Jena Malone and Kevin Reynolds: Hatfields & McCoys' Malone and director Reynolds at History Channel's pre-Emmy party at Soho House West Hollywood on Sept. 22, where guests were served specialty Emmy-themed cocktails, including The Emmy (champagne and cassis).
Lorrie Bartlett, Carter Cohn and Marg Helgenberger: ICM's Bartlett and Cohn and CSI's Helgenberger hit the ICM Partners pre-Emmy soiree, where guests were treated to oversize portions of paella.
Morgan Saylor and Jackson Pace: Homeland co-stars Saylor and Pace at Showtime's Emmy Eve Party, which included a special musical performance by Grammy Award winner John Legend. "I still can't believe all this is happening," said Saylor.