Homeland is the latest Emmy darling. The Showtime series dominated the drama categories at Sunday (September 23rd) night's Emmy Awards -- scoring honors as Outstanding Drama Series, Lead Actor and Actress for Damian Lewis and Claire Danes, as well as the award for Outstanding Writing. Modern Family continued its reign in the comedy categories, winning Outstanding Comedy Series for the third year in a row. Julie Bowen and Eric Stonestreet were both repeat winners in the supporting categories while Steve Levitan also scored an award for Outstanding Directing. However there was a changing of the guard in the lead actor and actress categories, with Jon Cryer and Julia Louis-Dreyfus scoring the big awards in their field Another big winner was Louis C.K., who brought home two awards; for writing both Louie and his standup special Live at the Beacon Theatre. In the Miniseries/Movie categories, Game Change emerged as the champion, winning Outstanding Miniseries or TV Movie and Outstanding Directing, while Julianne Moore scored the lead actress honor for her portrayal of Sarah Palin. Elsewhere, Tom Bergeron won as outstanding reality host for Dancing With the Stars, while The Amazing Race won for outstanding reality competition series. Jon Stewart continued his dominance in the Variety category.