Emmys: See All The Winners From Last Night's Ceremony
Homeland and Modern Family cleaned up at last night's 2012 Emmy Awards in Los Angeles.
Claire Danes scooped the award for Outstanding Lead Actress for her role in Homeland, while her co-star Damian Lewis took home the golden statue for Outstanding Lead Actor. The series also won the award for Best Writing and Outstanding Drama Series.
Meanwhile, Julianne Moore (pictured) took home the award for Lead Actress In A Miniseries Or Movie for her role in Game Change.
Check out all the winners below. You can watch highlights from the ceremony on 5USA tonight at 10pm. We'll bring you all the best outfits from the red carpet shortly… what a night! RM
Comedy Series Modern Family
Lead Actress In A Comedy Series Julia Louis-Dreyfus - Veep
Lead Actor In A Comedy Series Jon Cryer - Two And A Half Men
Supporting Actress In A Comedy Series Julie Bowen - Modern Family
Supporting Actor In A Comedy Series Eric Stonestreet - Modern Family
Guest Actor In A Comedy Series Jimmy Fallon - Saturday Night Live
Guest Actress In A Comedy Series Kathy Bates - Two and a Half Men
Outstanding Drama Series Homeland
Lead Actress In A Drama Series Claire Danes - Homeland
Lead Actor In A Drama Series Damian Lewis - Homeland
Supporting Actor In A Drama Series Aaron Paul - Breaking Bad
Supporting Actress In A Drama Series Maggie Smith - Downton Abbey
Guest Actor In A Drama Series Jeremy Davies - Justified
Guest Actress In A Drama Series Martha Plimpton - The Good Wife
Outstanding Reality Show Host Tom Bergeron - Dancing With the Stars
Outstanding Reality Series Competition The Amazing Race
Outstanding Variety, Music Or Comedy Series The Daily Show With Jon Stewart
Outstanding Miniseries Or Movie Game Change
Lead Actor In A TV Miniseries Or Movie Kevin Costner - Hatfields & McCoys
Lead Actress In A TV Miniseries Or Movie Julianne Moore - Game Change
Supporting Actress In A TV Miniseries Or Movie Jessica Lange - American Horror Story
Supporting Actor In A TV Miniseries Or Movie Tom Berenger - Hatfields & McCoys
Directing For A Drama Series Tim Van Patten - Boardwalk Empire
Writing For A Drama Series Alex Gansa, Howard Gordon, Gideon Raff - Homeland
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