"Breaking Bad" went out in style, capturing six Emmys for its final season, including Outstanding Drama, Lead Actor in a Drama for BRYAN CRANSTON and Supporting Actor in a Drama for AARON PAUL.


Cranston's TV wife ANNA GUNN also won for Supporting Actress in a Drama.


But it came in second to "Sherlock:  His Last Vow", which snagged seven Emmys, including Best Actor in a Miniseries or Movie for BENEDICT CUMBERBATCH.


"True Detective" won four technical awards at the Creative Arts Emmys earlier this month, but got nothing last night, despite all the attention that was paid to MATTHEW MCCONAUGHEY during the show.


JIMMY KIMMEL ripped on Matthew for a few minutes for monopolizing all the award shows this year.  (Check it out here.)


"Modern Family" won Outstanding Comedy Series for the fifth straight year, and TY BURRELL won for Supporting Actor in a Comedy for the second time since 2011.


JIM PARSONS won his fourth Emmy for Lead Actor in a Comedy for "The Big Bang Theory" . . . while JULIA LOUIS-DREYFUS won the female equivalent for "Veep".


And JULIANNA MARGULIES won Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama for "The Good Wife".  She also won it in 2010.


The night's highlights included host SETH MEYERS, who was actually funny.  (Here's a rundown of all the jokes from his monologue.)


WEIRD AL YANKOVIC put lyrics to the theme songs from "Mad Men""Scandal""Homeland""Modern Family" and"Game of Thrones" . . . with help from ANDY SAMBERG.


After SARA BAREILLES sang her beauitful rendition of "Smile" for the In Memoriam segment, BILLY CRYSTAL came out and did a touching tribute to ROBIN WILLIAMS.








GWEN STEFANI announced a win for "The Colbert Report" as the Best Variety, Music, or Comedy Series.  But she mispronounced it "The Col-BOAR Report".  But it was nowhere near as bad as John Travolta's "Adele Dazeem" Oscar moment.


(Keep watching the video to see JIMMY FALLON help out with Stephen's acceptance speech.)


When Julia Louis-Dreyfus won her award, she and Bryan Cranston had a pretty heavy MAKE OUT session.  It was a callback to a joke they did earlier in the show, about how they kissed when Cranston guest-starred on "Seinfeld" back in the day.


Finally, there was one bit that actually pissed a lot of people off.  During the usual, boring speech by the Television Academy president, they put SOFIA VERGARA on a spinning platform, so everyone could ogle her.


(Here are a bunch of negative Twitter reactions the segment got. )