"Maisel" edged out "Atlanta" in the nail-biter Emmy battle for Best Comedy Series, which was a neck-and-neck two-way race according to the thousands of users who made their forecasts at Gold Derby.
Another recipient with local roots was comedian John Mulaney, victor of the variety special writing award for his Netflix stand-up special "Kid Gorgeous at Radio City".
NBC will be broadcasting the awards show live on both the West (5 p.m.) and East Coast (8 p.m.).
Game of Thrones has more Emmy nominations than any scripted series ever (129), and it also has more wins (38). "Mrs. Maisel" also won a total of seven other awards, including best actress for Rachel Brosnahan.
"Maisel" won the top prizes at the Emmy awards on Monday on a night of upsets for the highest honors in television and a triumph for streaming services.
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"I don´t even believe in god but I´m going to thank her tonight", Newton quipped. It's her third Emmy win in four years.
With perennial victor Julia Louis-Dreyfus out of the running after a hiatus for her show "Veep", Brosnahan took the award for best lead actress in a comedy series, for her role as a suddenly single Upper West Side housewife pursuing a career in stand-up comedy in 1958.
This is the series' latest win after already taking home 2018 Emmys for Outstanding Directing for a Variety Series, Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series for Tiffany Haddish, Outstanding Original Music and Lyrics, and Outstanding Production Design for Variety, Nonfiction, Reality, or Reality-Competition Series.
It tied "Saturday Night Live" as the second most awarded program of the year in any genre. "If you stay at the table long enough the chips come to you". "Because I want to call you my wife".
His hitman-turned-wannabe-actor titular role on HBO's "Barry" won over Academy voters - enough so that he beat last year's victor "Atlanta's" Donald Glover, as well as Emmy darling Ted Danson, who was nominated in the category for the first time since his run on "Cheers".