From Zendaya's euphoric — and historic — win to the "Schitt's Creek" sweep, here's what you missed at Sunday's Emmy Awards hosted by Jimmy Kimmel.
In "More Than a Woman," the British writer once known for snark and controversy copes with everything from maintenance sex to her child's eating disorder.
At Sunday's Emmys, Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Breonna Taylor were remembered. Winners encouraged viewers to vote. And essential workers grounded the show.
In the weirdest of times, a weird awards show delivers a strange sort of comfort, not to mention some genuine surprise.
Zendaya spoke to the press after her Emmy win for "Euphoria." She's the youngest ever winner for lead drama actress.
Jimmy Kimmel mostly eschewed politics and disaster jokes to set an upbeat, we're-all-in-this-together tone for the first — and, please God, only — socially distant Emmys.
We followed "Succession" star Nicholas Braun (a.k.a. Cousin Greg) as the HBO series took home best drama at the virtual Emmys. Here's what it was like.
Mega-producer Tyler Perry had many collaborators to thank while accepting the Governors Award at the 2020 Emmys.
"Schitt's Creek" set Emmy records, while "Watchmen" and "Succession" helped lead HBO to a dominant night in a surreal evening that demonstrated how to pull off an awards show during a pandemic.
HBO's "Watchmen," winner of the best limited series Emmy, connected directly with the nation's fervor over racism, police brutality and Black Lives Matter.