2014 Emmys: Biggest Winners and History Makers


The 66th annual Primetime Emmys had some big winners, big smooches and some big losers this year! 

Veep's Julia-Louis Dreyfus won Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series for the third year in a row and celebrated with a little make out session with Bryan Cranston on her way up to the stage. It was surely an homage to their scene in Seinfeld together. With the show confirming it tweeting, "Elaine Benes and Tim Whatley (@BryanCranston) reconnect at the 2014 #Emmys. Congrats to @OfficialJLD on her Emmy win!"

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Julia's kissing partner, Bryan Cranston took home the statue for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series for his role as Walter White in Breaking Bad. Sorry, Matthew McConaughey, that means that you don't get to take home an Oscar and an Emmy in the same year. We think he'll be "alright, alright, alright."

Big Bang Theory's star, Jim Parsons won the Emmy for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series for the second year in a row. While Julianna Margulies won Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series for her role in The Good Wife. Julianna's win means that Kerry Washington couldn't make Emmy history as the first African-American woman to win in that category.

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The Colbert Report won its second Emmy for variety series but people were surprised to see Jimmy Fallon hijack Stephen Colbert's speech. It's odd, especially considering that they're going to be competing when he takes over for Letterman. 

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The Biggest winner of the night went to Modern Family for Outstanding Comedy Series winning their 5th Emmy and making history for tying with Frasier. Breaking Bad was also a repeat winner, taking home the Emmy for Outstanding Drama Series for the final season of the show.

Check out this video to see the biggest winners and losers from the Emmys!