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From Chernobyl to Succession: These are the Emmy-nominated TV shows YOU need to know about

It may have been around for almost 100 years, but our obsession with TV has never been so intense. From a gripping drama series worth locking yourself in the house for to true crime documentaries that leave us gasping throughout, the small screen has a big effect on the way we spend our spare time. So, it's no wonder that some of the most binge-worthy series of 2019, available to watch on Sky via on demand and NOW TV, were major winners at the 71st Primetime Emmy Awards in Hollywood on Sunday night.

Emmys 2019: Everything you need to know about smash hit Chernobyl 

 From its very first episode, Chernobyl had fans and critics gripped. So it comes as no surprise that the thrilling show, centred around the 1986 Chernobyl nuclear disaster and the subsequent clean-up, swept the board at this year's 71st Primetime and Creative Arts Emmy Awards - becoming the most awarded British series overall.  After nabbing a staggering 19 nominations at the awards, Chernobyl, which is available to watch on Sky via On Demand and NOW TV, walked away victorious at the glitzy ceremonies with 10 prizes. 

Emmy Awards 2019: All the winners revealed

Game Of Thrones won outstanding drama series during Sunday's 70th Annual Emmy Awards. The Sky drama's eighth and final season triumphed over Pose, Bodyguard, Killing Eve, Succession, Better Call Saul, Ozark and This Is Us to take the final prize of the night. It was a grand reunion for the cast and crew, who virtually filled every inch of the stage as showrunners David Benioff and D.B. Weiss made remarks.

Battle of the bombshells! Kim Kardashian, Emilia Clarke, Zendaya, and Mandy Moore at Emmy

The stars were dressed to kill as the 71st Emmy Awards red carpet kicked off on Sunday afternoon.   And Kim Kardashian, Emilia Clarke, Zendaya, and Mandy Moore were the bombshells leading the best dressed glamour.    All eyes were on the stylish ladies as they made their grand entrances to the star-studded awards show, held at the Microsoft Theater in downtown Los Angeles. 

They must have mammoth mantlepieces! These are the stars who have won the most Emmys

Stars from all walks of the TV world wait eagerly for a mention at the Emmys.  So who are the stars who have been awarded the most success in the small screen's most prestigious categories? From Breaking Bad to the The Dick Van Dyke Show, with a peppering of the likes of Malcolm In The Middle and The Mary Tyler Moore Show, we take a look at the stars with the showbiz world's most heaving trophy cabinets. 

Emmys 2019: Best red carpet dresses of all time

The time has come... the great and good of the showbiz world descend on the red carpet for the annual star-studded and super glamorous Emmy Awards.  And thanks to the all-star guestlist, the red carpet is laden with all the hottest styles of the season as well as some of the most iconic looks of all time.

Emmys 2019: The most memorable moments in Emmy history

It was one of the most memorable events in the showbiz calendar. So it is little wonder that throughout the Emmy Awards' 70 year run there have been some of the most iconic moments in Hollywood's history. We take a look back at the most captivating moments to occur at the show where TV's most dramatic, glamorous and hilarious stars convene every September... 

Who wore it better? Mandy Moore, Taraji P. Henson and Susan Kelechi Watson in similar

The 71st Annual Primetime Emmy Awards kicked off Sunday night at Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles, with stars descending in their most fashionable looks. And it appears that Mandy Moore, Taraji P. Henson, Susan Kelechi Watson and Marisa Tomei had all the same idea in mind when they chose pink and red gowns. The women hit the carpet in nearly identical two-tone numbers - with This Is Us co-stars Mandy and Susan taking a moment to pose for Instagram photo.

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The Game of Thrones cast reunited for the Emmy Awards on Sunday night, which lead to stars Sophie Turner and Kit Harington re-creating one of the show's most touching moments.

The actress, 23, wowed in a custom gown by JW Anderson as she joined the Game of Thrones cast in receiving the award for drama series at the Annual Primetime Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Sunday.

While their hit fantasy series Game of Thrones is up for the most Emmy Awards in history, stars Emilia Clarke and Gwendoline Christie shined on the red carpet in stunning outfits.

Jodie Comer took home her first Emmy on Sunday for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series - and hilariously revealed she didn't invite her parents as she didn't expect to win.

The actress, 30, looked nothing short of sensational as she attended the 71st Annual Primetime Emmy at the Microsoft Theatre in Los Angeles on Sunday.

Whishaw was presented with the award for his work on the Amazon series by Phoebe Waller-Bridge and Bill Hader in an impressive victory that came on his first nomination.

The Good Place star, 33, was not going to let illness get in the way of her big night, as she took to Twitter ahead of the event to tell fans of the drastic measures she was taking to attend.

Earlier this year, he entered an exclusive Connecticut wellness facility, where he underwent treatment for stress and alcohol use.

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Hugh, 59, and his 40-year-old wife both looked eye-catching, with the Swede stealing the show in a dress emblazoned with a silver dragon at the Emmy Awards in LA on Sunday.

The show has no host but plenty of presenters that include Kim Kardashian, Kendall Jenner and Kylie Jenner as well as Viola Davis, Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Michael Douglas.

She dazzled in a pale pink Louis Vuitton dress at the 1st Annual Primetime Emmy Awards at Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles. And Sophie Turner changed into another look for the HBO after party.

Jodie Comer took home her first Emmy on Sunday for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series - and hilariously revealed she didn't invite her parents as she didn't expect to win.

Game Of Thrones star Gwendoline Christie has revealed she submitted herself for an Emmy nomination as 'a testament' to her much-loved character Brienne of Tarth.

According to The Hollywood Reporter , Alfie Allen, Gwendoline Christie, and Carice van Houten received an Emmys nomination after self-submitting via their representatives.

The 74-year-old actress, who stars in the titular role of the show named after its royal lead character, admits that despite working hard filming the period drama she is 'feeling great'.

It started on Sky Atlantic earlier this month.

Michelle Keegan set pulses racing as she stripped off for an extremely raunchy sex scene in new Sky drama, Brassic.

It may have been around for almost 100 years, but our obsession with TV has never been so intense.

The actress, 45, looked delighted as she landed back in the UK after her time in Los Angeles, as she was spotted at the airport on Tuesday.

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