The 71st Emmy Awards had plenty of shocks and surprises but, of all the winners, who did you think reigned as the MVP?
Peter Dinklage won his fourth Emmy for his role as Tyrion Lannister in Game of Thrones.
Every nominee from the final season of Game of Thrones took the stage to announce the winner for the Best Actress in a Limited Series. Each member got a loud burst of applause, but it was especially loud for Gwendoline Christie and Emilia Clarke.
Chernobyl won in the packed Best Limited Series or TV Movie category.
Phoebe Waller-Bridge took home the trophy for Best Actress in a Comedy and Best Comedy Writing for Fleabag.
Fleabag won a number of awards at the 71st Emmy Awards, including Best Comedy Series.
Jodie Comer won Best Actress in a Drama Series for her role in Killing Eve.
Billy Porter won the Best Actor in a Drama Series Emmy for his performance in FX's Pose.
Jharrel Jerome was awarded the Emmy for Best Actor In A Supporting Drama for When They See Us. The audience blew up when he won and there was a standing ovation when he pointed out the Exonerated Five who were also in the crowd.
Alex Borstein won the Emmy for Best Supporting Actress for her role in The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel. She also gave another great speech about not being afraid to step out of line.
Before Ben Stiller announced the winner of the Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy, he walked through a bit of the history of the television sitcom. He walked by numerous wax figures until he started to talk about the Bob Newhart Show and "forgot" that Newhart was still alive and onscreen. Newhart got a few good digs in on Stiller including saying he hated the actor in Tropic Thunder.
Julia Gardner won the powerhouse category Best Supporting Actress in a Drama for her role in Ozark.
Michelle Williams won for Best Supporting Actress in a Limited Series for her roll in Fosse/Verdon. She also gave a rousing speech about pay equity after winning.
Thomas Lennon served as a pseudo-commentator throughout the show offering "facts" about each of the winners.
The Emmys might have gone hostless this year, but that didn't stop Homer Simpson, Anthony Anderson, and Bryan Cranston from celebrating the shows nominated and providing some laughs.