It was a star-studded night at the Nokia Theatre as the best of television came out for the 64th Primetime Emmy Awards.

The cast and crew of the comedy Modern Family, which airs on Citytv, took home four awards including Outstanding Supporting Actor for Eric Stonestreet and Outstanding Supporting Actress for Julie Bowen, Outstanding Director as well as Outstanding Comedy Series.

When it came to drama, all eyes were on the Showtime series Homeland, which took home three awards.

The evening was hosted by late-night talk show host Jimmy Kimmel.

See the full list of winners here.

Mad Men‘s Jon Hamm was shut out for the fifth time as Breaking Bad star Aaron Paul walked away with the Emmy for Supporting Actor in a Drama.

Funny woman Julia Louis-Dreyfus won Outstanding Actress in a Comedy Series for her show Veep. The former Seinfeld star was hugged by fellow nominee Amy Poehler before getting on stage and joked that the Parks and Recreation star had swapped acceptance speeches with her, causing her to thank Poehler’s cast and children.

Comedian Louis C.K. who will be headlining the Just For Laughs festival in Toronto next week, won two awards – one for his TV series Louis and the other for his comedy special Louis C.K. Live at the Beacon Theatre.

We partnered with The Hollywood Reporter for live coverage of Sunday’s Primetime Emmy Awards, including red-carpet arrivals, winners (and losers) and more from the Nokia Theatre in downtown Los Angeles.

Coverage included real-time analysis on the winners (and any snubs) as well as behind-the-scenes commentary from backstage and the theater audience. The event began around 6 p.m. and ran throughout the show.

To view the live blog, scroll through the window below or click here.