The 69th edition of Emmy awards at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles was hosted by Stephen Colbert. “The Handmaid’s Tale,” took home four awards including the best drama series. Also, Donald Glover bagged the Emmy for lead actor in a comedy series for his work in “Atlanta.”

This is the first time in 32 years that a person of color won an Emmy in this category. Robert Guillaume was the last person of color to win the Emmy for “Benson” in 1985 noted Buzzfeed. Below is the list of winners from Emmy Awards 2017.

Winners - Emmy Awards 2017

In the supporting actor in a drama series category, John Lithgow won the award for his role in “The Crown.” Meanwhile, Kate McKinnon took home the Emmy in the supporting actress in a comedy series category for “Saturday Night Live.” Laura Dern won the award for “Big Little Lies” in the supporting actress in a limited series or movie section.

Donald Glover went past Jamie Babbit and Mike Judge for “Silicon Valley,” Morgan Sackett, Dale Stern and David Mandel ("Veep") and won the best directing for a comedy series award for “Atlanta.” He also won the trophy for best comedy actor.

“Saturday Night Live” emerged victoriously in the variety sketch series category. Other nominees in the category were “Billy on the Street,” “Drunk History,” “Portlandia,” “Documentary Now!” and “Tracy Ullman’s Show.” Alec Baldwin won the Emmy for supporting actor in a comedy series for his portrayal of Donald Trump. Jean-Marc Valle won Emmy this year for “Big Little Lies” in directing for a limited series, dramatic or movie special segment.

Other winners at Emmy 2017

Supporting actor in a limited series or movie – Alexander Skarsgård for “Big Little Lies,” supporting actress in a drama series – Ann Dowd for “The Handmaid’s Tale,” writing for a comedy series – Lena Waithe and Aziz Ansari for “Master of None,” reality competition – “The Voice,” writing for a limited series, drama or movie – “Charlie Brooker for “Black Mirror: San Junipero.” In the variety series, Don Roy King won the award for directing “Saturday Night Live.” “Last Week Tonight With John Oliver” won the best variety talk series.

Julia Louis-Dreyfus won the award in the comedy actress category for “Veep” and the show also won an Emmy for being the best comedy series. Riz Ahmed won his first Emmy for “The Night Of” and Nicole Kidman won the award for “Big Little Lies” in limited series actress category. Sterling K. Brown won an Emmy for her stellar performance in “This is Us” while Elisabeth Moss was awarded the Emmy for “The Handmaid’s Tale” in the best drama actress category.