The 70th Annual Emmy Awards were held on Monday night, and as is typical, the list of winners ranged from the woefully expected to the pleasantly surprising. Click through for TheWrap's list of biggest surprises and see the full rundown of winners here
Surprise: Amazon's "The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel" came out swinging in the early portion of the show, taking home four awards straight out of the gate, including two acting statuettes for stars Rachel Brosnahan and Alex Bornstein. The dramedy also cleaned up at the end of the night, taking home the comedy series award.
Snub: Longtime Donald Glover collaborator Hiro Murai has been a key player in shaping the look and feel of "Atlanta" since its inception, but the director missed out on his first Emmy on Monday, part of a larger shutout of the experimental comedy's second season.
Surprise: "Barry" was the only new comedy to give "The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel" a run for its money on Monday, with both Henry Winkler and Bill Hader winning in the male acting categories, besting previous winners like Louie Anderson, Alec Baldwin and Donald Glover.
Snub: Oscar-winner Penelope Cruz was widely expected to win for her portraying Donatella Versace in FX's "American Crime Story," but the Ryan Murphy anthology was beat out in a number of high-profile categories this season, including supporting actress, which was won by "Godless" Merritt Wever.
Surprise: In what was otherwise a noticeably white evening, "Seven Seconds" star Regina King took home a lead actress award, besting "The Tale" star Laura Dern, Jessica Biel of "The Sinner" and "American Horror Story" mainstay Sarah Paulson, among others.
Snub: Showtime's "Twin Peaks" revival was divisive in its run, and the drama clearly failed to resonate with Emmy voters. The series missed out on a number of key nominations earlier this year, and series mastermind David Lynch lost in both the writing and directing categories on Monday.
Surprise: "The Americans" went criminally unrecognized by the Emmys throughout much of its run, but the FX drama finally got some acknowledgement for its final season, with a writing award for co-showrunners Joel Fields and Joe Weisberg and an acting win for star Matthew Rhys.
Snub: "Killing Eve" star Sandra Oh became the first Asian woman nominated in the lead actress in a drama series category, making history for her role in the BBC America spy-versus-spy thriller from "Fleabag" creator Phoebe Waller-Bridge. However, she lost out to "The Crown's" Claire Foy in her final year of eligibility.
Surprise: "RuPaul's Drag Race's" long-overdue recognition from the TV Academy began a few years ago, with multiple hosting wins for its titular host, but the Logo-turned-VH1 competition finally broke through into the main show with an Outstanding Reality Competition Program win for its 10th season.