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>> Nominated for the Emmy nine times.>> It's the hottest of awards show red carpet in town, not just in talent but also in temperature. I'm Rolly Ross Service Reporter at Reuters at the 68th Emmy Awards where television celebrates its own. Now, the stakes are high tonight because production values and budgets have got bigger and bigger in television, and people are calling this the Golden Age.
>> And the Emmy goes to?>> Game of Thrones winning for Outstanding Drama Series, breaking a record by nabbing its 38th trophy, the most Emmy wins by a series in 12 years. But FX's The People v OJ Simpson may have been the biggest victor of the night, notching wins for Outstanding Limited Series and Outstanding Lead Actress, Sarah Paulson for her portrayal of prosecutor Marcia Clark.
Veep's Julia Louis-Dreyfus shook as she accepted the win for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series, dedicating her fifth Emmy in a row to her father, who she said died on Friday. Veep also took home the trophy for Outstanding Comedy Series.>> Please tell me you're seeing this too.
Rami Malek won his first Emmy for Outstanding Lead Actor in a drama, Mr Robot, and Transparent's Jeffrey Tambor won his second Emmy in a row for Best Comedy Actor.>> Were I the last.