Cult hit Archer was rewarded for its greatness on Sunday night. FX’s animated satire, which recently completed its seventh season, picked up its first Outstanding Animated Series Emmy on its third consecutive nomination in the category. The episode that clinched the trophy was “The Figgis Agency.”

Archer edged out stiff competition from last year’s winner Bob’s Burgers, as well as veterans The Simpsons, South Park and the wrapped Phineas and Ferb for the Emmy, its second overall. The show last year nabbed the Outstanding Creative Achievement in Interactive Media – Multiplatform Storytelling statuette for “Archer Scavenger Hunt.”

Archer made radical changes to its premise in recent years. In season 5, the series became an extended parody of ’80s war-on-drugs cop dramas like Miami Vice, even officially changing the name of the show to Archer Vice. And this year, the setting changed again, from New York City to Los Angeles, where the main characters abandoned the spy game in favor of forming a private detective agency. FX has renewed the show It was for three more seasons.