Game Of Thrones has broken the record for most Emmy Awards won by a fictional series, after the fantasy show picked up three gongs on Sunday night.
The HBO series filmed in Northern Ireland was named best drama series and also picked up gongs for outstanding writing and directing to become the most-awarded narrative show in Emmy history.
The show, based on George RR Martin's novels, took its tally to 38 Emmy wins, beating Frasier's record of 37.
The stars of The People v OJ Simpson: American Crime Story, were also honoured with a host of acting awards, with Sarah Paulson, Courtney B Vance and Sterling K Brown picking up awards for their roles in the show.
The television drama, based on the murder trial of OJ Simpson, was named outstanding limited series.
There was also British success for Dame Maggie Smith, comedian John Oliver and BBC drama Sherlock.
The 68th Emmy Awards, hosted by comedian Jimmy Kimmel, took place at the Microsoft Theatre in Los Angeles.
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Derry-born actress and producer Roma Downey has been recognised with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
The star of Touched by an Angel and creator of History Channel epic The Bible described the honour as "a dream come true".
Since starting her television career in 1988, the 56 year old has become a major figure in the industry, being named in Variety's '100 Most Powerful Women in Hollywood' and along with her husband, listed in the Hollywood Reporter's 'Most Influential People of 2013'.
Derry actress Roma Downey is set to be honoured with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
The 56-year-old is arguably best known for her role as Monica in nine seasons of CBS drama Touched By An Angel, which earned her multiple Emmy and Golden Globe award nominations.
She had previously played former US First Lady Jackie Onassis, wife of President John F Kennedy, in NBC’s Emmy winning mini-series A Woman Named Jackie.
It has been confirmed that Roma Downey’s star on Hollywood Boulevard will be next to that of her husband, London-born top TV producer Mark Burnett, who was awarded his star back in 2009.
It will be unveiled on 11 August.