"Modern Family" was one of the shows that received the most recognitions at Monday night's 66th Emmy Awards.

The series won its fifth consecutive award for Best Comedy series and Ty Burrell, who plays the role of Phil Dunphy won Best Support Actor for comedy. Series director Gail Mancuso won for best direction, according to the LA Times.

After receiving their awards, some of the cast members of "Modern Family" posed for a photo session joined by "Scandal" actress Kerry Washington herself, People Magazine reported.

Latina actress Sofia Vergara posted the photo via Instagram that featured her co-stars Julie Bowen, Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Ed O'Neil.

She wrote, "Modern Family in da house!!!" It is unclear whether or not Vergara noticed that Washington was also with them in the photo.

Other winners on Monday night's prestigious event included Allison Janney for Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series for "Mom," Louis C.K. for writing for a comedy series for "Fargo" and Moira Walley-Beckett for writing for a drama series for "Breaking Bad."

"Big Bang Theory" star Jim Parsons brought home the best actor award in a comedy series, while "Veep" won the award with Julia Louis-Dreyfus for best actress in a comedy series.

Kathy Bates won outstanding supporting actress in a miniseries or movie for her work in "American Horror Story: Coven," Jessia Lange won the best lead actress in a miniseries or movie for her role in the same series.

"Fargo" was named as this year's best miniseries, "The Normal Heart" won an award for the best movie and Stephen Colbert was recognized for his show "The Colbert Report" dubbed as this year's best variety series, CBS Local noted.

The best supporting actor title was given to Aaron Paul for his performance in "Breaking Bad" and Anna Gunn brought home the best supporting actress for the same drama series.