5 Moments from the 2020 Emmy Awards That Stole the Show

Catherine O'Hara, Eugene Levy, Annie Murphy, and Dan Levy in "Schitt's Creek"

This year’s Emmy Awards ceremony was unlike any other, with Jimmy Kimmel hosting the show in an empty studio with nominees and presenters tuning in live from home. That didn’t stop the Emmys from being the best kind of weird, and these five moments really stole the show.

Schitt’s Sweep

Schitt’s Creek swept this year’s Emmys and became the first comedy series to sweep the four main acting categories in one year, in addition to being the most-awarded comedy in a single year when we take Creative Emmys into the account.

HBO Triumph

HBO was also one of the biggest winners of the night, with Succession and Watchmen winning four awards each. Both shows do a great job capturing the current social climate, and the creative mastermind behind them delivered some of the best acceptance speeches of the night.

Zendaya’s Victory

Zendaya made Emmys history as the youngest lead actress drama winner with her role in Euphoria, and her reaction was a true delight.

“Friends” Reunion

Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox, and Lisa Kudrow joined forces at this year’s Emmy Awards, and their reunion got everyone talking.

Hazmat Suit Presenters

The list of famous presenters at this year’s Emmys was pretty much endless, but the ceremony will be remembered by the staff members who delivered the trophies in themed Hazmat suits.