The 74th annual Emmy Awards have concluded last night (12 Sept) , with numerous repeat winners and a few surprises. Zendaya made her mark in the record books as she became the youngest two-time Emmy Award winner in acting history.

The actress, 26, won the award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series for her role as the addicted girl Rue Bennett in HBO’s Euphoria. ‘My greatest wish for Euphoria was that it could help heal people,’ she says. Earlier in the show, Succession may have won Outstanding Drama Series, but Lee Jung-jae of Squid Game beat over two Roy men (Jeremy Strong and Brian Cox) to become the first foreign-language actor to win Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama. The Netflix blockbuster received six Emmy nominations in total, including Outstanding Directing for Hwang Dong-hyuk.

Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series for ‘Squid Game.’ – Fredric J. Brown/AFP via Getty Images

During Monday’s Kenan Thompson-hosted gala, Apple TV+’s “Ted Lasso” won best comedy series for a second year running. HBO Max’s “The White Lotus” won best limited series, and HBO’s “Succession” won best drama series.

Click the link to view the winners announced in 25 categories ranging from best comedy, drama, and limited series to best lead and supporting performances, directing, and writing in various genres. Meanwhile, the 2022 Creative Arts Emmy Awards were held on September 3 and 4, just before the Primetime Emmys telecast.

Check out the complete winners list here.

Jean Smart – Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series for ‘Hacks.’- Evans Vestal Ward/NBC via Getty Images
SUCCESSION Cast & Crew – Outstanding Drama Series – Fredric J. Brown/AFP via Getty Images