Elisabeth Moss "blacked out" when she picked up her Emmy Award

Elisabeth Moss

Elisabeth Moss "blacked out" when she picked up her Emmy Award

The Handmaid's Tale Star took home the award in the end - but why was Elisabeth Moss bleeped at the Emmys?

The best comedy series award went to Veep, a show about a fictional USA politician.

The show, largely shot in Hamilton, Oakville, Cambridge and Toronto, is based on Margaret Atwood's dystopian novel about a future world where women are stripped of their rights and used mainly for breeding. Moss has previously been nominated for Emmys for her role in AMC's Mad Men five times, but never won. "They were courageous and committed to making the book into a television show, and I also think they were as excited about the show because they're a relatively new company in this environment, making hourlong dramas, so I think that that enthusiasm that they brought to it; there's nothing old hat about making drama at Hulu, and that enthusiasm was really wonderful and really shows in the show". It took the prize for best drama television series. The 35-year-old actress has been known to make frequent use of curse words in her personal life.

'I am always happy to have a personal conversation with somebody off the record, but in this kind of scenario, no, ' Moss said of talking about the cult o camera.

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The series is a haunting crime story; Rez Ahmed won for actor in a limited series. Waithe gave a shout out to her LGBT family, along with a special thanks to everyone who embraced to a "little Indian boy from SC and a little queer black girl from the South Side of Chicago". Still, let's take a moment to commemorate the other nominees for Outstanding Lead Actress In A Drama Series at the 2017 Emmys. A lot of people were expecting Chrissy Metz to win the Emmy in this category for her work on "This Is Us", which might be why Dowd was so surprised to win. "So the fact that the most challenging project for me has also been probably the most prominent and successful, certainly in America, that's satisfying".

Kidman said the production highlighted the "complicated, insidious disease" of domestic abuse.

The Emmy for writing in a comedy series went to Aziz Ansari and Lena Waithe for "Master of None". "The Voice" won Outstanding Reality-Competition Program and RuPaul Charles won Outstanding Host of a Reality-Competition Program for "RuPaul's Drag Race". Minorities have won in that category in previous years, but Brown is only the fourth person to win it. Spicer walked on the stage, pushing a podium, during Colbert's opening monologue, satirizing the much-publicized debate over the size of the crowd at President Donald Trump's inauguration ceremony.

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