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HBO and PBS’ Sherlock led the way at Monday’s 66th annual Primetime Emmy Awards.
The premium cable network led the pack of nominees — with 99 nominations — while its fantasy drama Game of Thrones entered the night with a leading 19 mentions. (Thrones ultimately collected four awards on the night while Sherlock collected wins for Martin Freeman (supporting actor in a miniseries), Steven Moffat (writing for a mini) and Benedict Cumberbatch (lead actor in a mini).
The final season of Breaking Bad came in second behind Sherlock, with six total wins, including its second best drama series trophy in a row and statuettes for stars Bryan Cranston, Anna Gunn and Aaron Paul.
A complete list of wins by program and network (including the Creative Arts prizes) follows.
Wins by program (three or more)
Breaking Bad 6
Saturday Night Live 5
True Detective 5
American Horror Story: Coven 4
Game of Thrones 4
67th Tony Awards 3
Deadliest Catch 3
Disney Mickey Mouse 3
Modern Family 3
Orange Is the New Black 3
The Simpsons 3
The Square 3
Wins by network (three or more)
FX Networks 8
Discovery Channel 4
Disney Channel 4
Fox/Nat Geo 4
Cartoon Network 3
Comedy Central 2
Click here to see the best and worst moments from Monday night’s ceremony.
A complete list of winners can be found here.
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