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This year's Emmy Awards saw a slew of big wins by TV's brightest stars -- all before the Primetime Emmys even aired. RuPaul and the Queer Eye guys took home trophies at the Creative Arts Emmys, with Game of Thrones collecting 10 early wins. It only got more star-studded during Sunday's ceremony.
Television's big night aired live from the Microsoft Theater at L.A. Live, offering a number of potentially history-making wins: Would Game of Thrones break its own record for most wins in one year? (No, but it tied it!) Would Julia Louis-Dreyfus make history as the most celebrated Emmy winner ever? (Also no, with Fleabag's Phoebe Waller-Bridge breaking her Veep winning streak.) The three-hour telecast was full of surprise victories, emotional speeches and must-see moments, with ET providing live updates the entire time.
Below, our minute-by-minute breakdown of the 71st Annual Emmy Awards: