Reprinted from Deadline Hollywood by Erik Pedersen on September 20, 2020.
HBO dominated the drama and limited series categories during the televised Primetime Emmy Awards, running away from trophy-rival Netflix after the two were tied following this week’s five nights of Creative Arts Emmy ceremonies. The premium cabler added 11 wins to the streamer’s two Sunday, giving HBO the 30-21 victory overall.
See the charts for wins by program and network/platform below; they are broken out by Primetime, Creative Arts and combined total.
Netflix came into Emmy Week with a record 160 nominations to HBO’s second-place 107. But the home of Succession and Watchmen had a 28% win ratio, more than doubling the streamer’s 13%. Pop TV finished a distant third with 10 combined wins, including nine for Schitt’s Creek. Only Watchmen had more this year, finishing with 11 statuettes. …
‘Watchmen’, ‘Mandalorian’, HBO and Netflix Lead Creative Arts Emmys
Reprinted from Deadline Hollywood by Erik Pedersen on September 19, 2020.
All five nights of the virtual 2020 Creative Arts Emmys are in the books, and awards rivals HBO and Netflix came away tied with 19 wins apiece. HBO’s Watchmen and Disney+’s The Mandalorian came away with the most wins for an individual program with seven each. Check out the charts below with wins by program and network/platform, which also include the juried awards announced earlier this month.
NBC’s Saturday Night Live nabbed six statuettes to finish third, one more than VH1’s RuPaul’ Drag Race. Amazon Prime Video’s The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel grabbed four wins, and a half-dozen shows took three each.
Looking up at HBO and Netflix in the network/platform race are Disney+ and NBC with five Emmys each, and ABC and VH1 were next with five apiece. Amazon Prime and National Geographic took home four each. …
‘Watchmen’ Scores Four Wins at Creative Arts Emmys, Setting the Stage for More
Reprinted from Deadline Hollywood by Dino-Ray Ramos on September 17, 2020.
With a leading 26 Emmy nominations this year, HBO’s Watchmen is certainly a juggernaut when it comes to the Creative Arts Emmys and Sunday’s Primetime Emmys ceremony. On the third night of the Creative Arts ceremony Wednesday, Damon Lindelof’s alternate-universe adaptation of the critically acclaimed graphic novel took home four trophies, which may be just the start for the sci-fi drama starring starring Regina King.
Watchmen scored Emmys [Thursday] night for Outstanding Cinematography For a Limited Series or Movie, Outstanding Fantasy/Sci-Fi Costumes, Outstanding Single-Camera Picture Editing For a Limited Series or Movie, and Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Limited Series or Movie.
In addition to its technical achievements, Watchmen is vying for some of the Emmys’ top prizes to be handed out Sunday night including Outstanding Limited Series and a slew of acting nods including Outstanding Lead Actress in a Limited Series or Movie for King; Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Limited Series or Movie for Jean Smart; Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Limited Series or Movie for Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, Jovan Adepo, and Louis Gossett Jr.; and Outstanding Lead Actor in a Limited Series or Movie for Jeremy Irons. …
Creative Arts Emmys Wins by Program and Network After Three Nights
Reprinted from Deadline Hollywood on September 16, 2020.
The third of five nights for the virtual 2020 Creative Arts Emmys is in the books, and here is an updated look at the winners by program and network/platform.
There’s a new leader among shows Disney+’s Star Wars spinoff series The Mandalorian won five on Wednesday. HBO’s Watchmen has tied VH1’s RuPaul’s Drag Race for second place with four, winning all of its hardware on Night 3.
None of the three series tied for fourth place overall with three trophies — HBO’s Last Week Tonight with John Oliver, NBC’s Saturday Night Live and National Geographic’s Apollo 11 — picked up any more on Wednesday. …
Creative Arts Emmys Wins by Program and Network After Two Nights
Reprinted from Deadline Hollywood on September 15, 2020.
Night 2 of five for the virtual 2020 Creative Arts Emmys is in the books, and here is an updated look at the winners by program and network/platform.
There’s a new leader among shows as VH1’s RuPaul’s Drag Race added two more statuettes to the two it won Monday night. Its four total wins beats out HBO’s Last Week Tonight with John Oliver and NBC’s Saturday Night Live — both of which scored three trophies Tuesday night — and National Geographic’s Apollo 11, which collected all of its hardware Monday, when it held the program lead.
Netflix remains atop the network/platform leaderboard with five trophies spanning four programs, but it went home empty-handed Tuesday. Three nets now are tied for second place, with ABC, HBO and VH1 even at four apiece. CNN, Nat Geo and NBC have three apiece, and Fox is the only other multiple winner with two. …
Creative Arts Emmys Wins by Program and Network on Night 1
Reprinted from Deadline Hollywood on September 14, 2020.
Night 1 of five in a row for the 2020 Creative Arts Emmys is in the books, and here is a look at the first winners by program and network.
Netflix is the early leader in the clubhouse with five trophies spanning four programs — Cheer won twice — and CNN and National Geographic are tied for second with three apiece. VH1 snagged two, and four other nets scored one statuette apiece Monday night as the virtual, virus-modified event began its weeklong run.
Oscar-shortlisted documentary Apollo 11, which aired on CNN, leads all programs with three Creative Arts Emmy wins thus far. Tied with two apiece are Cheer and VH1’s RuPaul’s Drag Race, and 10 other shows got one nod apiece. …
First Night of 2020 Creative Arts Emmy® Winners Announced
Congratulations to Emmy winners in categories represented by the Editors Guild:
OUTSTANDING PICTURE EDITING FOR AN UNSTRUCTURED REALITY PROGRAM
KATE HACKETT, Editor
MARK MORGAN, Editor
SHARON WEAVER, Editor
God Blessed Texas
OUTSTANDING PICTURE EDITING FOR A NONFICTION PROGRAM
TODD DOUGLAS MILLER, Editor CNN
OUTSTANDING PICTURE EDITING FOR A STRUCTURED REALITY OR COMPETITION PROGRAM
JAMIE MARTIN, Lead Editor
MICHAEL ROHA, Editor
PAUL CROSS, Editor
MICHAEL LYNN DEIS, Editor
RYAN MALLICK, Editor
RuPaul’s Drag Race
I’m That Bitch …