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Allison Janney wins Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series for her CBS show Moms.
Veep wins Comedy Series Writing.
Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series goes to Tony Hale for Veep. Second win for Veep for the night.
Outstanding Directing For A Comedy Series goes to Jill Soloway for Transparent.
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series goes to Jeffrey Tambor for Transparent. The second win for the series tonight. Veep and Transparent tied right now.
Julia Louis-Dreyfus wins Lead Actress in a Comedy Series for the fourth consecutive year for Veep.
The Voice wins for Best Reality Competition Program.
Olive Kitteridge wins Best Writing a Limited Series, Movie, or Dramatic Special.
Supporting Actress in Limited Series, Movie, or Dramatic Special goes to Regina King for American Crime.
Host Andy Samberg gives out his HBO GO password to viewers as a joke response to HBO saying password sharing isn’t a problem.
Directing for Limited Series, Movie, or Dramatic Special goes to Olive Kitteridge.
Best Supporting Actor in a Limited Series or Movie is Bill Murray for Olive Kitteridge.
France McDormand wins Best Lead Actress in a Limited Series or Movie for Olive Kitteridge.
Lead Actor in a Limited Series or Movie goes to Richard Jenkins for Olive Kitteridge which has managed to almost sweep the awards for Limited Series or Movie thus far.
The Emmys pays tribute to all the shows that have finished this year including Nurse Jackie, Mad Men, and Parks & Rec.
Olive Kitteridge wins for the Best Limited Series and has won six Emmys tonight.
Samberg jokes that George R.R. Martin revealed to him that Jon Snow is alive during the commercial break.
Writing for a Variety Series goes to The Daily Show with Jon Stewart.
The Emmy for Variety Sketch Series goes to Inside Amy Schumer.
The Emmy for Directing of a Variety Series goes to The Daily Show with Jon Stewart.
Variety Talk Series goes to The Daily Show with Jon Stewart.
Drama Series Writing goes to Game Of Thrones.
Best Supporting Actress in a Drama Series goes to Uzo Aduba for Orange Is The New Black.
The award for Directing a Drama Series goes to Game Of Thrones David Nutter.
Peter Dinklage wins Best Supporting Actor in a Drama Series for Game Of Thrones.
Outstanding Actor in a Drama Series goes to Jon Hamm for Mad Men. It’s Hamm’s first win but 16th Emmy nomination.
Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series goes to Viola Davis for How To Get Away With Murder. It’s her first Emmy win and nomination.
Best Comedy Series goes to Veep.
Announced by Tracy Morgan, the Best Drama Series Emmy goes to Game Of Thrones.
That wraps up our live coverage of the 67th Primetime Emmy Awards.