Black actors ruled the night in the motion picture categories, with Denzel Washington, Mahershala Ali and Viola Davis winning the individual awards and the cast of "Hidden Figures," a film about three African-American women working for NASA in the 1960s, taking home the top ensemble prize.
The cast of "Stranger Things" beat out "The Crown" for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series. The young actors' excitement about attending the SAG Awards, David Harbour's acceptance speech and Winona Ryder's reactions were some of highlights of the evening.
Two-thirds of the "9 to 5" cast reunited when Lily Tomlin received her Life Achievement Award. Dolly Parton -- who explained that the other member of the trio, Jane Fonda, was home sick — peppered her introduction of her longtime friend with plenty of jokes. Not to be outdone, Tomlin's acceptance speech was a mix of humor and some serious moments.