At the 68th Annual Emmy Awards, HBO again took home more awards (22) than any other network for the 15th consecutive year. Reigning Outstanding Drama and Comedy Series Game of Thrones and Veep each repeated in their respective categories. With three wins during Sunday's ceremony, Thrones is now the winningest primetime series in the history of television with 38 Emmys in total. 

What's more, HBO added a new crown when Last Week Tonight with John Oliver took home the Emmy for Outstanding Variety Talk Series for the first time. 

Time Warner divisions Turner and Warner Bros. also added to the haul. Following its seven wins at the previous week's Creative Arts Emmys, WBTV's The Voice took the prize for Outstanding Reality-Competition Program. Turner took home 10 trophies of its own the previous week across their iconic brands Adult Swim, Cartoon Network and CNN.  

All told, Time Warner won a total of 40 2016 Emmy Awards. Check out the list of winners from last night's ceremony below, view the complete list of Emmy winners here, and please join us in congratulating all the winners and nominees from across the Time Warner family.



Outstanding Drama Series

                Game of Thrones

Outstanding Comedy Series


Outstanding Variety Talk Series

                Last Week Tonight with John Oliver

Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series

                Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Veep

Outstanding Directing for a Drama Series

           Game of Thrones: “Battle of The Bastards” – Miguel Sapochnik

Outstanding Writing for a Drama Series

                Game of Thrones: “Battle of the Bastards” – David Benioff, D.B. Weiss


Warner Bros.

Outstanding Reality-Competition Program

                The Voice