The Masterpiece drama said farewell with good times for all.
See the full list of winners.
Many weird, but pleasant surprises snuck in to the nominations this year, but some others left us with some major side-eye.
Only a few new faces broke through the crowded field this year.
The show will also be honored with its own float in the Rose Bowl parade.
Also: Could there be a Downton movie in the works?
So maybe now the show will finally quit hogging so many Emmy nominations?
Meanwhile, Modern Family didn't win a thing.
Rumors out of the U.K. suggest that series creator Julian Fellows might be ready to move on.
Break out the fainting couch.
Get a glimpse of new character Simon Bricker, and see just how much George and Sybbie have grown up.
No Tatiana Maslany, no The Good Wife, and more idiocy from TV's "biggest" awards.
Plus: Sleepy Hollow casts Benjamin Franklin, Fox wants more of John Mulaney's comedy, and Game of Thrones sets another record.
This was my favorite episode of the season due entirely to its batshit crazy writing.
This week, Downton Abbey decided to stop being so painfully polite about everything and start getting real. Maybe a little too real.
Plus: A premiere date for Sundance's The Red Road, Downton Abbey is big but not as big as football, and moms invade Old Spice.