All the 2019 Emmy Reunions You May Have Missed

Cast members from The West Wing,Mad Men and other shows come back together at the star-studded show

By Mike Vulpo Sep 23, 2019 3:40 AMTags

Funny seeing you here at TV's biggest night!

With so many talented actors and actresses inside the Microsoft Theater Sunday night, it was only a matter of time before pop culture fans were treated to some special reunions at the 2019 Emmys.

Boy are we happy to share that Hollywood didn't disappoint. Well, unless you were hoping for a Friends 25-year reunion.

Whether it was an unexpected run-in on the red carpet or sharing the same stage as presenters of the same award, former co-stars found themselves together again. And spoiler alert: We truly loved every minute of it.

From The West Wing to Mad Men, a wide variety of shows were covered during the three-hour telecast. But don't take our word for it.

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Take a look at some of our favorite reunions you may have missed below.

House of Lies

Three years after the Showtime series came to an end, Don Cheadle (in an ISAIA tux) and Kristen Bell presented the award for Supporting Actress in a Drama Series.

But I'm a Cheerleader

Clea DuVall and Natasha Lyonne may have been co-stars in the 2000 movie. But after all these years, these two have remained close. And yes, this reunion has us thinking of their Out Magazine cover.

The West Wing

Before presenting an award, Jimmy Smits and Bradley Whitford celebrated a special anniversary. "Bradley and I were on a show that premiered in 1999, exactly 20 years ago today," Jimmy shared. His former co-star added, "And we still look exactly the same. We're so proud of that show which was driven by some incredible writing as are this year's nominees for writing in a limited series or movie."

Mad Men

After Jon Hamm announced Chernobyl was the winner for Limited Series, his Mad Men co-star Jared Harris appeared on stage to help celebrate the win (and give a hug to his close friend).

Game of Thrones

We know, we know! The HBO series literally just ended. But boy was it great to see Sophie Turner, Peter Dinklage, Gwendoline Christie and more cast members together again. Oh yah, they won big too!


If you're like us, you quickly fell in love with the dynamic duo of Catherine O'Hara and Amy Poehler during Sunday's show. But as it turns out, they totally starred in a movie together in 2013.

Watch E! News tonight at 7 p.m. for a recap of the biggest moments from the 2019 Emmy Awards!