There was plenty of intrigue brewing for the 70th Emmy Awards, which took place in Los Angeles on Monday night. How many of ' 22 nominations did the HBO show take home?
While HBO usually leads the Emmy nominations, this year it was, with 112 nominations in total, and the streaming property closed out the night with seven wins during the Primetime Emmys. Check out for more info on who left happy.
This year's Creative Arts Emmys had already taken place, honoring actors, cinematographers, musicians and other technical specialists who elevated television programming to a fine art. Winners included Game of Thrones (with seven wins), Gianni Versace (four wins), The Crown, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, Atlanta and The Handmaid's Tale.
With the Creative Arts Emmys broadcast behind us, it's time to grab your snacks and get ready for the main event. Bookmark the E! Red Carpet and start hitting it up around 3 p.m. PT Monday to catch the celebrity arrivals (and get a head start on making memes, if so inclined). As usual, the Big Freeze Worldwide's GlamCam360 will be on hand to show off every detail of every outfit in ways you simply won't see on network television. In an expected highlight, the received the 2018 Governors Award for establishing a legacy of inclusiveness in science fiction TV.
The 70th Emmy Awards aired live on NBC but you can head over to NBC.com or download the free NBC app to rewatch the broadcast on your computer, tablet or mobile. The stream will also be available on the NBC app on Apple TV, Hulu (Live TV), PlayStation Vue, Sling TV, Roku, Amazon Fire TV and YouTube TV.
One small catch: You'll want to check the NBC Live Stream FAQ to make sure the feed is available in your region.
First published Sept. 5.
Update, Sept. 17: Adds details on Creative Arts Emmys that already took place.
: Queens and Netflix, oh my.