Benedict Cumberbatch, Martin Freeman and Steven Moffat each took an award for the popular mini series.
Sherlock was the star of the 66th annual Primetime Emmy Awards with a total of seven wins, including Best Lead Actor in a Mini Series for Benedict Cumberbatch.
Cumberbatch received the award for his portrayal of the infallible detective, while Martin Freeman scooped a win for Best Supporting Actor in a Mini Series, for his role as Watson.
Meanwhile, Steven Moffat took the award for writing for a mini home on the night.
Breaking Bad took second place at the event, held on Monday, August 25th with a total of six awards for its final season.
The show took its second Best Drama Series trophy in a row, as well as statuettes for stars Bryan Cranston, Anna Gunn and Aaron Paul, writes the Hollywood Reporter.
HBO’s Game of Thrones garnered an impressive four awards, alongside American Horror Story: Coven.
The Simpsons left with a horde of three awards, alongside Disney Mickey Mouse and prison series Orange Is the New Black.
The HBO network collected the most wins of the night with a staggering 19 to its name, followed by CBS and PBS with 11 each.