LOS ANGELES — The dystopian series “The Handmaid’s Tale” was crowned best TV drama on Sunday at the Emmy Awards, as well as winning best drama writing and directing, and earning Elisabeth Moss a statuette for best actress and Ann Dowd the award as best drama supporting actress. “Veep” and “Saturday Night Live” were also big winners. Sterling K. Brown won his second back-to-back Emmy for his role in the series “This Is Us” and in his speech honored Andre Braugher, who was the last black man to claim top drama performance honors, for “Homicide: Life on the Street” in 1998.
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