The 73rd Primetime Emmy Awards were a rather predictable affair, with big-time nominees “Ted Lasso” and “The Crown” racking up most of their respective awards — including outstanding comedy and drama series — and making great strides for Apple TV Plus and Netflix. The usual suspects also took home trophies in other categories, such as John Oliver in variety talk series and a couple A-listers (Kate Winslet and Ewan McGregor, specifically) for acting in a limited series.

Sunday night went smoothly for the most part, but seemed to drag on at times — an assessment seemingly shared by bored-looking audience members who clearly didn’t realize the camera was on them. But a few moments did stand out, including the beloved Jean Smart winning best comedy actress after being overlooked for years, Governors Award recipient Debbie Allen encouraging a new generation of artists to take a stand and Michaela Coel winning outstanding writing for a limited series with the deeply personal “I May Destroy You.”

Scroll on for our coverage of the ceremony, and click here for a full list of winners.