Sep 22, 2013 08:14 PM
Michael Douglas and Matt Damon kicked off the evening with multiple wins for their HBO movie Behind the Candelabra -- the Liberace biopic -- taking prizes for Best Miniseries or Movie; Douglas winning Best Lead Actor; and Best Directing at the 65th Primetime Emmy Awards.
Audience favorite, Breaking Bad didn't fare as well as hoped -- missing out on both Lead and Support Actor Emmys and Best Directing and Writing for a Drama Series. Homeland won for Best Directing and Claire Danes won the Emmy for Best Actress in a Drama Series. Jeff Daniels beat out Bad;s Bryan Cranston and Kevin Spacey in House of Cards to take Best Actor in a Drama for Newsroom. Meanwhile, David Fincher took the prize for Best Directing, for the Netflix breakthrough series.
Breaking Bad's Anna Gunn did take the prize for Best Supporting Actress in a Drama Series and as the final prize of the evening, it won Best Drama.
ABC's Modern Family picked up Best Comedy Series for the fourth consecutive year.
HBO's Girls won nothing ... and we're sad about that :(
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