The Emmy Awards have wrapped. "Big Little Lies" was a big winner along with Donald Glover, "Saturday Night Live" and "The Handmaid's Tale." Lena Waithe made history as the first black woman to win for writing in a comedy series, "Handmaid's" was the first streaming show to win drama, and Donald Glover was the first black man to win directing in comedy. Check out our behind-the-scenes stories, fashion breakdowns and red carpet interviews.
With so many nominees in so many categories over 69 years, Emmys statistics can be sliced any number of ways. Here, for those who might need a quick factoid to toss out during a commercial break, are nine that might come in handy.
27: Categories to be recognized during Sunday night's show.
111: Nominations for HBO, the network that got the most.
22: Nominations each for "Saturday Night Live" and "Westworld," the shows leading the pack.
6: Episodes submitted by each show for consideration in the drama series and comedy series categories.
41: Categories recognized during last weekend's Creative Arts Emmys.
44: Emmys won by CBS in 1974, a number that stands as the most for a single network in a single year.
5: Wins each for "SNL," "Westworld" and "Stranger Things" at the 69th Creative Arts Emmy Awards last weekend.
38: Emmys won over the years by "Game of Thrones," which has the most of any series ever (but won't be adding any tonight).
9: Emmys given in 2000 to "The West Wing," which holds the record for most trophies won by a series in its first season.