I highly doubt we will ever really see a well-balanced award show when it comes to the Emmy Awards. One things I took notice of this year was the fact there were a lot of great black shows as well as a lot of great black actors. So even though I didn't get a chance to watch the Emmy Awards last night, there was some history that was made last night. Last year at the Emmys there were 6 black winners. This year, there were 7 black actors who took home awards in major categories. So congratulations to them. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Regina King, Yahya Abdul-Mateen II (both of HBO's Watchmen), Uzo Aduba (FX on Hulu's Mrs. America) and Zendaya (HBO's Euphoria) all during Sunday's ceremony. They join Eddie Murphy, Maya Rudolph and Ron Cephas Jones, who won guest acting Emmys on Saturday. With that in mind, Zendaya became the youngest actress to win an Emmy for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series for her role as Rue in HBO's Euphoria. By the way, Schitt's Creek took home the most Emmys ever and I felt some type of way that my girl, Issa Rae, didn't win anything for her HBO "Insecure." To see the full winner's list, click HERE.