Emmys 2017: The Winners, Where to Watch Them & What's Next!

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The winners are in!

Hollywood crowned the best of the best from the small screen on Sunday at the 69th Primetime Emmy Awards in Los Angeles, and here’s everything you need to know to keep enjoying your favorite shows.

Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series: John Lithgow, The Crown
Where to Watch: Netflix
What's Next: Lithgow’s remarkable transformation into Winston Churchill on The Crown was received with high praise. While his reign on the show is over, fans can catch him on NBC’s Trial & Error. The new season of The Crown returns to Netflix on Dec. 8, starring Claire Foy as Queen Elizabeth II.

Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series: Kate McKinnon, Saturday Night Live
Where to Watch: NBC.com. Hulu
What's Next:  McKinnon, who won her second consecutive Emmy on Sunday, will return to season 43 of SNL, which premieres on Sept. 30. She’s currently filming The Spy Who Dumped Me, alongside Mila Kunis.

Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Limited Series or TV Movie: Laura Dern, Big Little Lies
Where to Watch: HBO Now,  HBO Go, Amazon, iTunes
What's Next:  After a memorable run in the Twin Peaks revival, Dern -- who won her first Emmy on Sunday -- was a literal highlight on Big Little Lies as Renata, a fierce career woman and anti-bullying advocate. A second season for Big Little Lies has not been confirmed...yet. Dern currently has five films in the works.

Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series: Alec Baldwin, Saturday Night Live  
Where to Watch: NBC.com, Hulu
What's Next: Baldwin's amazing impression of Donald Trump during season 42 of Saturday Night Live was met with universal acclaim. And as the new season of SNL approaches, on Sep. 30, something tells us we haven't seen the last of Baldwin's Trump.

Best Supporting Actor in a Limited Series or TV Movie:Alexander Skarsgard, Big Little Lies
Where to Watch: HBO Now, HBO Go, Amazon, iTunes
What's Next: Skarsgard took home his first Emmy on Sunday, beating out Bill Camp (The Night Of), Alfred Molina (Feud: Bette and Joan), David Thewlis (Fargo), Stanley Tucci (Feud: Bette and Joan) and Michael K. Williams (The Night Of). A second season for Big Little Lies has not been confirmed, but Skarsgard is keeping busy with six films currently in production.

Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama: Ann Dowd, The Handmaid’s Tale
Where to Watch: Hulu, iTunes
What's Next: The TV veteran took home her first Emmy win on Sunday, calling her award a “dream.” Hulu picked up a second season of The Handmaid’s Tale, set to air in 2018. Dowd is currently working on four films, including A Kid Like Jane with Priyanka Chopra and Claire Danes.

Outstanding Reality-Competition Program:The Voice
Where to Watch: NBC, Hulu
What's Next:Season 13 of The Voice kicks off on Sept. 25. This year, Miley Cyrus and Jennifer Hudson will join veteran coaches Blake Shelton and Adam Levine.

Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series: Donald Glover, Atlanta
Where to Watch: FXNow, Hulu, Amazon
What's Next:The Atlanta star took home two Emmys on Sunday. His first Emmy was for Outstanding Directing for a Comedy Series, making him the first black director to ever win the category. He ended the night on an even higher note, taking a second Emmy, which recognized his amazing acting chops. A second season of Atlanta returns in 2018. Meanwhile, Glover is in both the upcoming untitled Star Wars Han Solo film andThe Lion King.

Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series: Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Veep
Where to Watch: HBO Go, HBO Now, DVD
What's Next: Louis-Dreyfus won her 11th Emmy on Sunday for her performance as Selina Meyer on HBO’s Veep, the same role for which she’s won an Emmy for the past five years. The win made Louis-Dreyfus a record-breaker for most Emmys won by an actor for the same role. The seventh season of Veep will be the last for the HBO comedy.

Outstanding Comedy Series: Veep
Where to Watch: HBO Go, HBO Now, DVD
What's Next: The seventh season of Veep will be the last for the HBO comedy. “The decision to bring Veep to a close at the end of next season is bittersweet,” said Casey Bloys, president, HBO programming, in a statement to ET. “We love the show and everyone involved but respect the producers’ choice to bring Selina Meyer’s journey to its conclusion after an extraordinary run of critical and award-winning acclaim.”

Outstanding Lead Actor in a Limited Series or TV Movie: Riz Ahmed, The Night Of
Where to Watch: HBO Go, HBO Now, Amazon
What's Next: Ahmed won his first Emmy win on Sunday to the delight of many. His sympathetic performance as the imprisoned Naz, was heartbreakingly raw and award-worthy. A second season of TheNight Of has not been confirmed.

Outstanding Lead Actress in a Limited Series or TV Movie: Nicole Kidman, Big Little Lies
Where to Watch: HBO Go, HBO Now, Amazon, iTunes
What's Next: Kidman shared her first Emmy win on Sunday with her co-star, Reese Witherspoon. And, while a second season for Big Little Lies has not been confirmed, Kidman has been busy with a whopping seven big screen projects. She’s currently filming Aquaman, alongside Jason Momoa and Amber Heard.

Outstanding Limited Series:Big Little Lies
Where to Watch: HBO Now, HBO Go, Amazon, iTunes
What's Next: Big Little Lies took home a total of five Emmys on Sunday, including Outstanding Limited Series. Reese Witherspoon, who executive produced the series, took the stage to accept the show’s biggest honor of the night. It’s been “an incredible year for women in television and women getting to tell their own stories,” she said. A second season for Big Little Lies has not been confirmed.

Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series: Elisabeth Moss, The Handmaid’s Tale
Where to Watch: Hulu, iTunes
What's Next: Moss’ portrayal of Offred on The Handmaid’s Tale can be described as both heartfelt and impassioned. Previously nominated seven times, the former Mad Men star took home her first Emmy on Sunday. The show will return for a second season in 2018.

Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series: Sterling K. Brown, This Is Us
Where to Watch: NBC, Hulu, Amazon
What's Next: It was a night to remember for Brown, who took home his second Emmy win on Sunday. His unflinchingly raw performance as adoptee Randall Pearson on This Is Us made him a fan favorite. This Is Us will return for its highly anticipated second season on Sept. 26 at 9 p.m. PST.

Outstanding Drama Series: The Handmaid’s Tale
Where to Watch: Hulu, iTunes
What's Next: The Hulu drama received 13 nominations this year and took home one of Sunday night's most coveted awards, Outstanding Drama Series, making it the first streaming series to do so. The show will return for a second season in 2018. Elisabeth Moss took home the award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series. And, Ann Dowd took home Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama.