8:57: And it's reality time. Executive producer Mark Burnett accepts the competition show Emmy on behalf of The Voice, saying "Sorry, Amazing Race, this is our year."
8:53: Julia Louis-Dreyfus adds to Veep's award tally for the night, earning her fourth Emmy for the political comedy. "It seems appropriate to quote our American politics show. What a great honor it must be for you to honor me. No wait, that's Donald Trump."
13:56 It was 'Moonlight,' not 'La La Land': A timeline of a historic Oscars blunder12
08:45 Oscars Accountants Apologize for Snafu, Vow to "Investigate How This Could Have Happened"14
19:33 'People's Court' Judge Joseph Wapner Dead at 97: Report16
17:01 When Oscars speeches get political: the best, worst and most annoying in Academy Award history22