Game of Thrones
Game of Thrones lost out on numerous awards including Outstanding Drama Series.

Outstanding Supporting Actor In A Drama Series - Aaron Paul (Breaking Bad)

Breaking Bad's success continued with Aaron Paul receiving the award for Outstanding Supporting Actor. It was fairly predictable but was record breaking as Paul has become the only actor to have won the award three times. This wasn't an easy category either with the likes of Jon Voight (Ray Donovan), Peter Dinklage (Game of Thrones) and Mandy Patinkin (Homeland) also nominated. 

Outstanding Guest Actress In A Drama Series - Allison Janney (Masters of Sex)

This is one category which could not have been easily predicted and the winner was certainly not the most widely discussed.  Allison Janney won over the likes of Diana Rigg as Lady Olenna Tyrell in Game Of Thrones and Kate Mara as Zoe Barnes in House of Cards. Janney also won a Supporting Actress award in the comedy section for her role on Mom

Masters of Sex
Allison Janney guest starred alongside Michael Sheen and Lizzy Caplan on Masters of Sex.

Outstanding Guest Actor In A Drama Series - Joe Morton (Scandal)

Whilst Janney's onscreen husband, Beau Bridges, was also up for this award he was not successful. The nominations included Paul Giamatti for his role on Downton Abbey, Robert Morse for Mad Men, and Dylan Baker for The Good Wife. However, surprisingly it was Joe Morton who took home the award for his role on Scandal as Rowan.

Outstanding Writing For A Drama Series - Breaking Bad ('Ozymandias' by Moira Walley Beckett)

If you're not starting to see a pattern now, you probably need to visit the opticians and, of course, Breaking Bad once again stole the show. The winning episode was not the only one from the series nominated as 'Felina', written by creator Vince Gilligan, was also up for the award. The other episodes nominated were from True Detective, House of Cards and Game of Thrones. All shows which repeatedly lost out to the AMC series. 

Outstanding Directing For A Drama Series - True Detective ('Who Goes There' directed by Cary Joji Fukunaga)

We're were all slightly in shock that one award didn't go to Breaking Bad but True Detective held its own in this category even against other powerhouses such as House of Cards and Game of Thrones. Period dramas Boardwalk Empire and Downton Abbey were also nominated but, much as with the other categories didn't get much of a look in!

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True Detective
True Detective won a directorial award.