The 2017 Screen Actors Guild Awards aired last night. Hollywood's biggest stars in film and television gathered in California to be rewarded and celebrated by the Screen Actors Guild union. Many popular Movies were nominated, including box office hit "Hidden Figures." This was the 23rd annual SAG Awards and aired on the TBS network and the TNT network.

The Big Winners

The biggest winner of the night was "Hidden Figures," which won the award for "Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture." The film is based on a true story and stars Taraji P.

Henson, Janelle Monae, and Octavia Spencer. The film tells the untold story of three women that helped NASA launch mankind into space.

Taraji P. Henson stars as Katherine Johnson, an expert in math who helped calculate launching and landing astronaut John Glenn into space. Janelle Monae co-stars as Mary Jackson, who became one of the first female engineers. Oscar winner Octavia Spencer co-stars as Dorothy Vaughan, mathematician and supervisor at NASA. Spencer was also nominated for a SAG award for her role in the film.

Who else won big?

"Hidden Figures" wasn't the only winner at the Screen Actors Guild Awards. The movie "Fences" received the biggest awards in acting. Denzel Washington won the SAG award for "Outstanding Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role," for his role in the movie "Fences."

This is Denzel Washington's sixth SAG Award nomination, and the first SAG win.

Denzel's co-star Viola Davis was a winner tonight for her role in "Fences." Davis won the SAG Award for "Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Supporting Role." Other winners included Emma Stone, who won the award for "Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Leading Role," for her role in "La La Land." Finishing out the acting categories was Mahershala Ali, who starred in the movie "Moonlight."

Ali won the award for "Outstanding Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role." These actors are considered the frontrunners for the upcoming Academy Awards, which airs next month.