And the winners of the 69th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards are the U.S. TV Shows.
Yesterday evening, the US networks and television websites celebrated magnificently their yearly programs achievements from June 1, 2016 until May 31, 2017.
The 69th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards ceremony hosted by Stephen Colbert was held yesterday, on September 17, 2017, at the Microsoft Theater in Downtown Los Angeles.
The science fiction drama of HBO, Westworld and the comedy, Saturday Night Live of NBC were the most nominated shows. But the website series of Hulu LLC, The Handmaid's Tale was the lucky one to win the award of Outstanding Drama Series.
The 69th Emmy Awards major nominations of the TV programs were the network of HBO and the web network of FX / Netflix. But the network HBO got the major awards of the night, 10 awards.
The Voice a NBC TV Show wins the award of the category, Outstanding Reality-Competition Program.
HBO TV Series, Big Little Lies, a darkly comedic tale, was the winner of the award in the Outstanding Limited Series category.
The main actress of this MiniSeries, Nicole Kidman stole the award from her co-actress in the same series Reese Witherspoon, getting out of the Microsoft Theater with the awards as the best Outstanding Lead Actress. While her husband on the series, Alexander Skarsgård, was the winner of the award for the Outstanding Supporting Actor.
Lena Waithe (Netflix), is the first African-American women evaluated in Emmy Awards with the Outstanding Writing award for a Comedy series.
The writers Aziz Ansari and Charlie Brooker of Netflix network, Bruce Miller of Hulu website, and John Oliver of HBO Network, were the winner of Outstanding Writing categories.
The winners of the Outstanding Directors were Donald Glover, Reed Morano, Don Roy King and Jean-Marc Vallée.
The final Emmys Award of 2017 was presented by the legendary television personality Oprah Winfrey who announced The Handmaid’s Tale program of Hulu LLC as the winner of Outstanding Drama Series.