Breaking Bad takes best drama as British shows come away empty handed...
The 65th PrimetimeEmmy Awards took place in the US last night - recognising the best talent in television.
Hosted by Neil Patrick Harris with jokes, singing and dancing - the awards had no big winner for 2013, with most of the contending shows getting two awards each. Breaking Bad won best drama and best supporting actress for Anna Gunn, while Behind The Candelabra saw gongs for actor Michael Douglas and director Steven Soderbergh. Jeff Daniels won best actor in a drama for The Newsroom and Claire Danes took best drama actress for Homeland - which also scooped the award for best writing in a drama.
Political sitcom Veep also scored two awards - for Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Tony Hale as comedy actress and supporting actor respectively.
And The Colbert Report took a pair of gongs for best variety series and best writing in a variety series.
British show Downton Abbey came away empty handed, as did US offering Mad Men.