Elisabeth Moss' Emmy Shoes Had a Hidden Message 'to the Patriarchy'

Elisabeth Moss' Emmy Shoes Had a Hidden Message 'to the Patriarchy'

However you take it, it's a message the show's fans, and many others, will appreciate.

Meanwhile, Leah Remini, who's been outspoken in her criticism of the Church of Scientology since she left the religion, claimed in a recent interview with The Hollywood Reporter that Moss isn't "allowed to talk" to her anymore. To escape the relentless tug-of-war, people have sought out television and movies, making streaming giants like Netflix and Hulu a place of comfort to escape the unrelenting onslaught of negative news happening in our actual reality. The show also earned a first-ever Emmy for Laura Dern, who was named best supporting actress in a limited series or movie, while Alexander Skarsgard won for best supporting actor in the show.

Aziz Ansari (L) and Lena Waithe pose with the award for Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series for "Master of None" during the 69th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards Sept. 17.

Donald Glover won outstanding lead actor in a comedy series, and outstanding directing for a comedy series.

The best comedy series award went to Veep, a show about a fictional US politician.

Moss, 35, expressed an equally powerful message while accepting the Emmy for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series for her portrayal of Offred in the Hulu adaptation of Atwood's book-which also won the prize for Outstanding Drama Series.

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Julia Louis-Dreyfus won her sixth consecutive Emmy for playing an egotistical female presidential candidate on HBO's Veep. It's always a surprise.

Sterling K Brown won best dramatic actor for his role as an African- American adopted into a white family in NBC family drama, This Is Us.

Keri Russell was nominated for her role as KGB agent Elizabeth Jennings in the FX television series The Americans. Best Supporting Actor in a Drama went to John Lithgow for The Crown. "We shone a light on domestic abuse", she said. ("Veep" also snagged the Outstanding Comedy Series Emmy.) But beyond the acting categories, women still remain underrepresented in writing and directing.

Shortly after, former press secretary Sean Spicer rolled his podium on stage and said, "This will be the largest audience to witness the Emmys, period, both in person and around the world". Kate McKinnon won Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series, Alec Baldwin won Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series and the show took home a statue for Outstanding Variety Sketch Series.

Big Little Lies star Nicole Kidman beat out Reese Witherspoon, Susan Sarandon, Carrie Coon and more, taking home the win in this prestige category.