The 65th Annual Emmy Awards kicked off Sunday evening at the Nokia Theater in Los Angeles.
If you missed any of the three-hour event, which aired Sept. 22 on CBS, you can check out a full list of Emmy winners 2013 here below.
Emmy Winners 2013: Full List of This Year's Emmy Awards
Neil Patrick Harris hosted the star-studded Hollywood event, which honored the previous year in television as it has done (in its various iterations) every year since 1949. This year, the Primetime Emmy Awards went to:
Outstanding supporting actress in a comedy series:
Merritt Wever - "Nurse Jackie"
(Besides winning her first Emmy, Merritt Wever also gave the best speech of the evening, and quite possibly the best Emmys speech ever. We shall transcribe it for you here now: "Thank you so much. Thank you so much. Um, I gotta go. Bye." We love you, Merritt Wever.)
Outstanding writing comedy series:
Tina Fey and Tracey Wigfield - "30 Rock"
Outstanding supporting actor comedy series:
Tony Hale - "Veep"
Outstanding lead actress comedy series:
Outstanding guest actor and actress comedy series:
Bob Newhart -"Big Bang Theory"; Melissa Leo - "Louie"
Outstanding directing comedy series:
Gail Mancuso - "Modern Family"
Outstanding lead actor comedy series:
Jim Parsons - "Big Bang Theory"
Outstanding lead actress miniseries or movie:
Laura Linney - "The Big C: Hereafter"
Outstanding writing drama series:
Henry Bromell "Homeland"
Outstanding supporting actress drama series:
Anna Gunn - "Breaking Bad"
Outstanding reality competition program:
Outstanding supporting actor drama series:
Bobby Cannavale -"Boardwalk Empire"
Outstanding lead actor drama series:
Jeff Daniels - "The Newsroom"
Outstanding lead actress drama series:
Claire Danes - "Homeland"
Outstanding guest actor/actress drama series:
Dan Bucatinsky - "Scandal"; Carrie Preston - "The Good Wife"
Outstanding directing drama series:
David Fincher - "House of Cards"
Outstanding writing variety series:
"The Colbert Report"
Outstanding directing variety series:
Dan Roy King – "Saturday Night Live"
Derek Hough - "Dancing With The Stars"
Outstanding variety series: "The Colbert Report"
Outstanding writing miniseries or movie:
Abi Morgan - "The Hour"
Outstanding supporting actor miniseries or movie:
James Cromwell - "American Horror Story: Asylum"
Outstanding directing miniseries or movie:
Steven Soderbergh - "Behind The Candelabra"
Best supporting actress miniseries or movie:
Ellen Burstyn - "Political Animals"
Outstanding lead actor miniseries or movie:
Michael Douglas - "Behind The Candelabra"
Outstanding miniseries or movie:
"Behind The Candelabra"
Outstanding comedy series:
Outstanding drama series:
This completes our list of Emmy winners 2013; did your favorite stars and shows win big? Tell us in the comments below! And don't forget to share this article on social media with the "Share" button at the top of this page.