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Elisabeth Moss Wears Custom Prabal Gurung at the 2017 Emmys

Elisabeth Moss Wears Custom Prabal Gurung at the 2017 Emmys

Elisabeth Moss finally won herself an Emmy after seven previous attempts - only to have parts of her speech bleeped out when she dropped in a couple of casual F-words.

Fellow Emmy victor Donald Glover had the exact same reaction to his Outstanding Directing for a Comedy Series as Moss did when she won.

September 20: Hot on heels of her Emmy win for best actress in a drama series for her role in "The Handmaid's Tale, ' actress Elisabeth Moss has found her first feature to the blockbuster TV series with 'Call Jane".

"Homeland" won Drama Series for its first two seasons in 2012 and 2013 while taking its leading lady, Claire Danes, alone for the ride both times. "I think we should go in a new direction". And since the show directly challenges the patriarchy as a system of oppression, we have even more reason to believe in this double-edged message.

"Saturday Night Live" was shown lots of Emmy love for a season that focused heavily on the presidential election. Television audiences should eagerly await next year's ceremony.

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At the Emmy awards this past Sunday, Elisabeth Moss wore a lovely pale pink dress with a clutch and shoes to match - but what you couldn't see was her hidden message to the patriarchy.

Glover got a loud cheer when he took to the stage and thanked Trump for "making black people number one on the most oppressed list".

Julia Louis-Dreyfus, in one of the least surprising announcements of the night, won her sixth consecutive Emmy for playing hapless ex-president Selena Meyer in HBO's "Veep", which also won best comedy series.

"Big Little Lies" cast members Nicole Kidman, Laura Dern and Alexander Skarsgard all took home Emmys, along with director Jean-Marc Vallee.

British funnyman Charlie Brooker also picked up two Emmys for writing and producing San Junipero, a feature-length episode of the dark comedy, Black Mirror.