The morning after an awards ceremony, it’s too often too hard to just find an easy list of who won and who lost, so here’s this, the no-mess no-fuss Celebs.com complete list of Emmy winners and losers.
Outstanding Comedy Series – Modern Family beat out The Big Bang Theory, Glee, The Office, Parks & Recreation and 30 Rock.
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series – Jim Parsons (“The Big Bang Theory”) beat out Alec Baldwin, Steve Carell, Louis C.K., Johnny Galecki and Matt LeBlanc
Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series – Melissa McCarthy (“Mike & Molly”) beat out Edie Falco, Tina Fey, Laura Linney, Martha Plimpton and Amy Poehler
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series – Ty Burrell (“Modern Family”) beat out Chris Colfer, Jon Cryer, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Ed O’Neill and Eric Stonestreet
Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series - Julie Bowen (“Modern Family”) beat out Jane Krakowski, Jane Lynch, Sofia Vergara, Betty White and Kristen Wiig
Outstanding Directing in a Comedy Series - Michael Spiller (“Modern Family”)
Outstanding Writing in a Comedy Series - Steven Levitan & Jeffrey Richman (“Modern Family”)
Outstanding Drama Series – Mad Men beat out Boardwalk Empire, Dexter, Friday Night Lights, Game of Thrones and The Good Wife
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series – Kyle Chandler (“Friday Night Lights”) beat out Steve Buscemi, Michael C. Hall, Jon Hamm, Hugh Laurie and Timothy Olyphant
Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series - Julianna Margulies (“The Good Wife”) beat out Kathy Bates, Connie Britton, Mireille Enos, Mariska Hargitay and Elisabeth Moss
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series – Peter Dinklage (“Game of Thorns”) beat out Andre Braugher, Josh Charles, Alan Cumming, Walton Goggins and John Slattery
Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series - Margo Martindale (“Justified”) beat out Christine Baranski, Michelle Forbes, Christina Hendricks, Kelly Macdonald and Archie Panjabi
Outstanding Directing in a Drama Series - Martin Scorsese (“Boardwalk Empire”)
Outstanding Writing in a Drama Series - Jason Katims (“Friday Night Lights”)
MINISERIES OR MADE-FOR-TV MOVIE:
Outstanding Miniseries or Made-for-TV Movie – Downtown Abbey beat out Cinema Verite, The Kennedys, Mildred Pierce, The Pillars of the Earth and Too Big to Fail.
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Miniseries or Movie - Guy Pearce (“Mildred Pierce”)
Outstanding Lead Actress in a Miniseries or Movie - Kate Winslet (“Mildred Pierce”)
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Miniseries or Movie - Barry Pepper (“The Kennedys”)
Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Miniseries or Movie - Maggie Smith (“Downtown Abbey”)
Outstanding Directing in a Miniseries or Movie - Brian Percival (“Downtown Abbey”)
Outstanding Writing in a Miniseries or Movie - Julian Fellowes (“Downtown Abbey”)
Outstanding Reality Competition Program - The Amazing Race beat out American Idol, Dancing with the Stars, Project Runway, So You Think You Can Dance and Top Chef
Outstanding Variety, Musical or Comedy Series - The Daily Show with John Stewart beat out The Colbert Report, Conan, Late Night with Jimmy Fallon and Saturday Night Live
Outstanding Directing for a Variety, Musical or Comedy Series - Don Roy King (“Saturday Night Live”)
Outstanding Writing for a Variety, Musical or Comedy Series - The Daily Show with John Stewart
While it’s clear that “Modern Family” was the big winner, and “Friday Night Lights” found two Emmys in consolation for being canceled, look for Kate Winslet to take the stage in pursuit of a Tony Award in the near future, as her mantle now boasts the other “EGOT” awards – an Emmy, a Grammy and an Oscar.
Oh, and for those rather following last night’s NFL scores – despite leading for most of the game, convicted dog-torturer Michael Vick and the Philadelphia Eagles went down to Vick’s old team, the Atlanta Falcons, 31-35, with Vick suffering a concussion during the game.