Los Angeles Game of Thrones took the Emmy for the best drama series and expanded its reign as the most award-winning television production of all time.
Game of thrones, as it is known in some countries as Colombia, which tells the dispute of noble families for the control of the Seven Kingdoms, took a total of nine figurines last Monday evening, including the best actor of cast for Peter Dinklage.
"Thanks Dave and Dan for changing my life," Dinklage told the creators of the series, David Benioff and D.B. Weiss. "I can not go out on the streets anymore, you are the most talented, most incredible people I know."
The HBO series adds these nine Emmy's to the 38 it has won since it first aired in 2011.
"Writing for these actors behind us is the honor of your life," said D.B. Weiss. "But we did not invent these characters, George R. R. Martin, the show could not have been without George's crazy genius."
Game of Thrones recaptures the throne that temporarily held the Handmaid's Tale after she had not participated in the previous edition of the awards because the seventh season premiered after the deadline for applications.
Hulu's series on a theocratic regime in which the woman is subjected to her reproductive role went empty-handed: Elisabeth Moss did not reaffirm her Emmy for best actress, which was Claire Foy for The Crown.
In total, "The Tale of the Maid" closed with three statuettes, one of which for Samira Wiley as a guest actress.
In the comedy was the figurine for The Marvelous Mrs Maisel, who closed the night with five figurines and eight in total, the same as Saturday Night Live.
Rachel Brosnahan won the best comic actress, a title she also received in January at the Golden Globes.
"Maisel is about a woman who is looking for her voice," the actress said before making a political appeal to people to vote in the upcoming parliamentary elections. "One of the ways to find our voice is by voting," he said.
It was one of the political commentaries of the night, which was not as plentiful as at other ceremonies since the assumption of President Donald Trump, which Hollywood had nothing to do.
Darren Criss won for American Crime Story: the murder of Gianni Versace, where Penelope Cruz, Edgar Ramirez and Ricky Martin were also nominated.
During the show, which lasted three hours, Betty White, 96 years old and still active in the industry, was praised.
"It is unbelievable that I continue in this business and that you keep on tapping with me, it is incredible that you can continue in such a long career and that people continue to do it." I wish they would do it at home. # 39;
Halfway through the ceremony, a marriage proposal was made by Glenn Weiss, who won the Emmy for the best direction for his work during the Oscars in 2017.
"My mother was right when she said she never let my sun go, you wonder why I do not call you my girlfriend, it's because I want you to be my wife," he told the audience to Jan Svendsen. who involuntarily entered the stage.
Between applause and tears of the stars, the director handed her the ring that her father had given to her mother and she said "yes".
Matthew Rhys, who won the Emmy for Best Dramatic Actor for his role in the series The Americans, joked about it when he received the prize.
He said that his co-star and now his partner, Keri Russell, was the woman who had led him to win that prize.
"He stands before me every day and he supports me, he told me – if you ask me to marry (in the Emmy as Weiss), I'll give you a single blow".