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    All The Times History Was Made At The 2022 SAG Awards

    What a night!

    The 28th annual Screen Actors Guild Awards went down tonight, and when it came to the winners, history was made.

    The statuettes at the SAGs

    Troy Kotsur became the first deaf actor to win the Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Supporting Role, for his (in my opinion, outstanding) performance in the uplifting dramedy CODA.

    Kotsur holds his SAG Award

    That's not all: The main cast of CODA also won the top prize of Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture — marking the first time a cast made up of predominantly deaf actors won the award.

    The cast of Coda poses with their awards

    With three wins (including Outstanding Action Performance as a Stunt Ensemble), the Netflix hit Squid Game became the first Korean TV show and the first foreign language TV series to win SAGs.

    The Squid Game guards fire as the players lie on the ground

    Lee Jung-jae won Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Drama Series...

    Lee-Jung-jae gives his speech while holding his award

    ...And HoYeon Jung won the award for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Drama Series.

    HoYeon Jung smiles while holding her award

    And with her win for West Side Story, Ariana DeBose became the first Latina to take home the award for Outstanding Performance in a Supporting Role — as well as the first queer woman of color to do so.

    Ariana talks at the podium while holding her award

    Check out the full list of winners here — and congratulations to everyone who made history tonight!