By Erin Reilly
The 69th annual Primetime Emmy Awards show was full of surprises. Catch up on some of the evening's biggest moments in case you missed it.
stephen colbert nailed his hosting gig
Stephen Colbert was on fire as the evening's host, high-kicking and cracking jokes with ease.
sean spicer and his podium showed up
He's no Melissa McCarthy but Sean Spicer's appearance at the award show definitely shocked the celebrity audience members and viewers at home.
donald glover made history
Donald Glover made history when he became the first African-American to win an Emmy for directing a comedy for his work on Atlanta. He also took home the award for best lead actor.
Julia Louis-Dreyfus breaks emmy record
Emmy Queen Julia Louis-Dreyfus took home her sixth consecutive win for best actress in a comedy category for her role on VEEP, making her the record holder for most Emmys won by a single performer for one role.
the handmaid's tale wins big
Hulu's The Handmaid's Tale beat out heavy hitters like Stranger Things and Westworld for the final Emmy award of the night.
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