The 2014 Emmy Awards Live Blog—The Winners, The Jokes and More!

Seth Meyers
Source: NBC

Sep. 9 2015, Updated 6:58 p.m. ET

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Mad Men! Game of Thrones! Veep! Breaking Bad! Orange is the New Black! The night is finally here where we celebrate all the best shows on TV. Follow along all night as we live blog the biggest moments, the jokes, the winners, the awkward moments and everything in between at the 66th Primetime Emmy Awards.

WATCH: See a live stream from the Emmys red carpet

PHOTOS: See what all your favorite stars are wearing on the Emmys red carpet

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7:58 p.m.: Host Seth Meyers is taking his place and we're ready for the action to begin!

8:00 p.m.: And we're off! Seth looking quite dapper, jumping right into the monologue.


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8:02 p.m.: "Jokes are like nominees, they can't all be winners" Well, we're hoping for a large amount of winners tonight! Tina and Amy are present, right?

8:09 p.m.: Even Amy Poehler wants to be introduced as Beyonce!

OK! News: Wait, was Claire Danes' dress inspired by Kim K's wedding dress? 

8:10 p.m.: And the Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy goes to Ty Burrell from Modern Family!

OK! News: Ty Burrell told us his post-Emmy ritual!

8:16 p.m.: Ooh two of our dream BFFs presenting now, Zooey D and Allison Williams!

8:17 p.m.: The Emmy for Comedy Series Writing goes to Louis C.K.—as Zooey announces it with a squeal. Did Louis get one of those free gift bag spray tans Ricky Gervais was talking about on the red carpet?

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OK! News: Lena Dunham brought her newly-blonde hair to the Emmys—see it here!

8:18 p.m.: Jimmy Kimmel says Matthew McConaughey is looking much fatter since the Oscars this year. Hilar!

8:20 p.m.: The Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series Emmy goes to...Allison Janney for Mom!

8: 25 p.m.: A little sneak peek of Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Bryan Cranston backstage. Wonder what they have up their sleeves...

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WATCH: Aaron Paul and Bryan Cranston reunite in the funniest way possible

8:27 p.m.: Hayden and her sparkly baby bump!

OK! News: Hayden totally let her baby's gender spill on the red carpet tonight 

8:30 p.m.: And the Emmy for Outstanding Directing for a Comedy Series goes to Gail Mancuso for Modern Family who totally jogged to the stage—impressive!

8:33 p.m.: Oh hi Billy Eichner!

WATCH: Find out some of Billy Eichner's pop culture peeves

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8:36 p.m.: Uh, hey there Bryan Cranston's mustache?

8:38 p.m.: Bazinga! Jim Parsons takes the Lead Actor in a Comedy Series Emmy!

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8:43 p.m.: Julia Louis-Dreyfus has a full-on makeout with Bryan Cranston on her way to accept the Emmy from Jimmy Fallon for Lead Actress in a Comedy Series. Every single thing about this moment is fantastic.

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8:47 p.m.: The Emmy for Reality Competition Program goes to The Amazing Race, congrats! Wouldn't it be amazing if presenters John Mulaney and Mindy Kaling went on that show as a team?

OK! News: Here's how Mindy nabs all those awesome guest stars for her show 

8:56 p.m.: Questions from the audience—Jon Hamm didn't know he was on TV, Melissa McCarthy parked illegally, and Andre Braugher needs to use the little boys room. Aka, lets see more of the famous people in the audience!

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8:58 p.m.: No Benedict Cumberbatch, but writer and producer Steven Moffatt wins for Writing a Miniseries, Movie and Dramatic special for Sherlock.

PHOTOS: Here are a whole bunch of Benedict Cumberbatch photos to make you feel better.

9:00 p.m.: Supporting Actress in a Miniseries or Movie goes to Kathy Bates who might be the most comfortably dressed person at the Emmys tonight.

9:08 p.m.: Stephen Colbert is doing a weird imaginary friend bit while presenting and it's... uncomfortable. We want better for you, Stephen!

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9:09 p.m.: Huge snub for Matt Bomer and The Normal Heart in the category of Supporting Actor in a Miniseries or Movie! Big bummer. Martin Freeman won for Sherlock: His Last Vow.

OK! News: Here's a pic of Matt Bomer shirtless to make everyone feel better.

9:14 p.m.: Amy Poehler should be here more. And everywhere. She should host your Tuesday work day.

OK! News: Watch Amy Poehler give an amazing speech, because she's the best at all times.

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9:20 p.m.: Benedict Cumbarbatch wins for Sherlock! Nerds everywhere, rejoice.

9:26 p.m.: Jessica Lange wins yet.. another.. Emmy for Lead Actress for American Horror Story. Duh, you know?

9:29 p.m.: Weird Al is here to perform! This should liven things up.

PHOTOS: But more about Benedict Cumberbatch, and other weird sex symbols.

9:33 p.m.: Cersei Lannister is here! Or Lena Headey, whatev. She presents to Fargo for Best Miniseries or Movie.

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9:41 p.m.: The Normal Heart wins Best Miniseries or Movie! Ryan Murphy brings the playwright Larry Kramer up on stage.

9:47 p.m.: Sarah Silverman wins for her comedy special, and thanks her Jews at CAA. Never change, S.

OK! News: Sarah Silverman had an interview with OK!, and she didn't use the F word once!

9:57 p.m.: Jimmy Fallon didn't win for Best Variety Show, but he at least got to help Stephen Colbert along for his acceptance speech!

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10:05 p.m.: We knew Sofia Vergara looked statuesque—so much so that she's on a revolving platform now looking like a human trophy.

10:06 p.m.: Now we're getting into the serious categories. The Emmy for Best Supporting Actor in a Drama Series goes to AARON PAUL! The last time Jesse Pinkman can win for Breaking Bad, so that deserves a big yeah bitch!

10:11 p.m.: Sara Bareilles singing us through the In Memorium segment of the night.

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WATCH: Here's how the late night hosts paid tribute to Robin Williams

10:15 p.m.: Ending with the tribute to Robin Williams from his friend Billy Crystal. We've got our box of tissues ready.

PHOTOS: One gal not at the Emmys tonight? Keri Russell who was seen biking around Brooklyn today

10:25 p.m.: The Drama Series Directing Emmy goes to True Detective, congrats!

10:27 p.m.: Supporting Actress in a Drama Series goes to Anna Gunn for the 2nd year in a row for Breaking Bad! You go, Skyler White!

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10:35 p.m.: The Emmy for Drama Series Writing goes to Breaking Bad! The show sure is cleaning up on their last run at the Emmys.

OK! News: This right here, is the secret to Sofia Vergara's Emmys red carpet hair

10:38 p.m.: Oooh this is a biggie: Lead Actress in a Drama Series goes to Juliana Margulies for The Good Wife, go girl!

10: 45 p.m.: Julia Roberts being all radiant, on stage to announce the nominees for Best Actor in a Drama Series.

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10:46 p.m.: Bryan Cranston! He's basically the prom king tonight

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10:50 p.m.: Oh, a little surprise appearance from Jay Leno! But like, is everyone drinking orange juice backstage or what? Very weird tint tonight.

10:50 p.m.: Best Comedy Series goes to Modern Family and not one person is shocked. Not one.

10:56 p.m.: Whoa. Why haven't we been talking about his Halle Berry dress all night? It is nothing short of gorge.

10:57 p.m.: Best Drama Series is Breaking Bad, wow!

11:00 p.m.: And that's a wrap on the Emmys, thanks for hanging with us all night!

What Emmy category or moment are you most looking forward to tonight? Tell us in the comments below or on Twitter @OKMagazine


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