Zendaya Once Again Wins Emmy for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series

Emmy history continues to grow with another historic win.

"Euphoria" and its star Zendaya won Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series for the second consecutive year at the 74th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards on Monday.

Now Zandaya is the youngest person to ever win in the category

She is also having her first win when anyone is 24

The youngest woman to ever collect multiple Emmys for acting in a continuing series

It is the first time a woman has surpassed Mary Tyler Moore's record, which she set in 1966 at the age of 29

Zendaya plays struggling high school teen Rue Bennett in Season 2 of the hit HBO drama

Excruciating details were being captured about her prescription pill addiction

Kristy McNchol was also the youngest winner of Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series ("Family" in 1977 and 1979)