Peter Dinklage wins third Emmy for role in 'Game of Thrones'

Rosalie Gross
September 18, 2018

"This wasn't supposed to happen", said a surprised Foy.

It won nine Emmys this year, meaning the blood-spattered tale of the battle for the Iron Throne - which returns in 2019 for an abbreviated eighth and final season - now has 47 awards overall. "Thank you so much".

"Let's get it trending: #EmmysSoWhite", presenter James Corden joked at the midway point, riffing off an earlier tribute to Betty White.

SURPRISE: Merritt Wever won the supporting actress in a limited series or TV movie category, and although she was a prior victor - in 2013 for "Nurse Jackie" - this one was unexpected for her.

As expected, Darren Criss won the star-studded race for best actor in a limited series or movie for his searing work on FX´s "The Assassination of Gianni Versace" as the designer´s killer Andrew Cunanan. "She's the best", he continued.

"Most important, vote", she exclaimed.

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The two have known each other since 2006, when Jost was a first-year SNL writer, and Johansson had her first hosting gig, Jost told Entertainment Tonight in September 2017. "If you stay at the table long enough the chips come to you". "They said, 'No, no, we'll shoot around you".

The Television Academy voters have crowned the winners of the 70th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards, and despite the diverse crop of nominees, a few shoes dominated the ceremony (hello, "The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel"). "Because I want to call you my wife". She said yes, he put his mother's ring on her finger and the crowd whooped and cheered.

And "Saturday Night Live" won the award for best variety sketch series.

"Saturday Night Live" nominees Kate McKinnon and Kenan Thompson led a group of actors including pop stars John Legend and Ricky Martin - and even RuPaul - in the amusing song-and-dance number touching on the hot-button issues. It marked the first time a streaming service had won in the category. "There were none, now there's one, so we're done", the comedians sang. The show's creator, however, believes that the show didn't have to be beheaded so soon.

Below are the winners from the night, so check and see if your favorite show won an Emmy!

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