That night also marks the biggest night for Amy Sherman-Paladino who managed to snatched two wins with 'Marvelous Mrs. Maisel'.
She started to freak out as she hadn't had baby names at all while it was just days to go until the baby's due date.
It is rumored that the planned live-action series will be having 13 episodes with production reportedly slated to begin in February 2019.
Although the 'Insecure' actress had previously stated, 'You gotta explore life without Lawrence,' she insists that she didn't mean the character won't return in the series' latest season.
Here are the funny, rare and memorable speech moments at the annual awards from the last few decades.
The upcoming animated series is dubbed to allow fans to an opportunity to 'explore this point of time of something that no one's seen before.'
Meanwhile, Hugh Grant's drama 'A Very English Scandal' brings home the title of Limited Series or TV movie, and Toby Jones' 'Detectorists' steals the Sitcom award.
It is apparently a sweet payback after Kim sabotaged a dance class they took together.
Cassandra Jean Amell, the real-life wife of 'Arrow' lead Stephen Amell, will be joined by fellow newcomer Elizabeth Tulloch in the highly-anticipated three-night TV event.
In 'Tonight Show' new segment called 'Musical Photobomb', the pop star and the host danced comically while donning awful wigs and laughably fake mustaches.
The newly-leaked set pictures give the first full look at Brendan Fraser's character on the upcoming DC Universe series.
Creator Christopher Lloyd, however, opts to keep his lips tight when asked to reveal which character is that.
'Did I find you? Or are you supposed to find me?' says Stone's Annie Landsberg in the teaser.
The Emmy winner takes to Twitter to tease his involvement in the upcoming new season of the award-winning series.
The 1-minute teaser opens with a haunting rendition of 'Happy Birthday' song as someone lights up blood-red candles for the teenage witch's 16th birthday.
John, who is fresh off his Emmy win, will be joining fellow coaches Kelly Clarkson, Adam Levine and Blake Shelton.
The new Netflix series is based on comic book legend Frank Miller and 'Puss in Boots' writer/producer Tom Wheeler's upcoming book of the same name.
Through a teaser for the upcoming new season, the show urges fans to cancel the show with the hashtag of #cancelsouthpark.
Kenya Barris admits the pulled episode prompted his decision to end his contract with the broadcast network and join Netflix.
Actor John Schneider, retired gymnast Mary Lou Retton and others will be showing off their dancing skills in the upcoming new season which airs on September 24.