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Game of Thrones, HBO, top total Emmy wins

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HBO's big winner at the 71st Primetime Emmy Awards was, unsurprisingly, Game of Thrones. Emila Clarke (3rd from left) and Sophie Turner (C) join the cast and crew of 'Game of Thrones' on stage to accept the award for outstanding drama series (Robert Hanashiro-USA TODAY/Sipa USA/AAP Image)

With the final numbers in, the HBO cable network has topped 2019 in total Emmy wins in Los Angeles.

Of HBO's record-breaking 137 nominations, the premium cabler ultimately took home 34 awards, while Netflix was second with 27 wins total out of 117 nominations.

Before the ceremony, HBO had already won 25 Emmys across the two nights of the Creative Arts awards show the previous weekend, while Netflix had won 23.

HBO's big winner on Sunday night at the 71st Primetime Emmy Awards at the Microsoft Theatre was, unsurprisingly, Game of Thrones.

Out of the fantasy series' 32 total nominations - the most for any series in Emmys history - the final season for the mega-hit fantasy series won 12, including 10 Creative Arts awards.

It won Sunday's awards for best drama series, and best supporting actor in a drama for Peter Dinklage.

The final season of the HBO comedy Veep, meanwhile, was shut out of all the major comedy categories.

Chernobyl ultimately won 10 Emmys as well, while Last Week Tonight with John Oliver took home four and Barry scored three.

For Netflix's telecast awards, When They See Us star Jharrel Jerome took home the award for best actor in a limited series, while Black Mirror: Bandersnatch won best TV movie.

Ozark star Julia Garner nabbed the award for best supporting actress in a drama while Jason Bateman picked up the award for directing a drama for Ozark."

Amazon was the surprise big winner on Sunday night, walking away with almost all of the major comedy awards.

Fleabag scored best comedy series and best actress in a comedy for Phoebe Waller-Bridge, while The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel nabbed best supporting actor and actress in a comedy series for Tony Shalhoub and Alex Borstein, respectively.

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