The Television Academy presented the 69th Creative Arts Emmy Awards last weekend, with Time Warner’s divisions garnering a total of 29 wins. HBO once again led the network pack, receiving 19 awards, including five for Westworld—produced by Warner Bros.—and four for The Night Of.
Warner Bros. captured eight awards, including the five for Westworld, plus one each for DC comics-themed series Gotham, top-rated sitcom, The Big Bang Theory and Shameless. In addition, Turner scored seven awards, with four for Adult Swim favorite, Samurai Jack.
Other highlights include:
- TBS’ Full Frontal with Samantha Bee taking the award for Outstanding Writing for a Variety Special for the "Not the White House Correspondents’ Dinner."
- Cartoon Network’s Adventure Time picking up the prize for Outstanding Short Form Animated Program.
- United Shades of America with W. Kamau Bell from CNN pocketing the Outstanding Unstructured Reality Program award.
The full list of awardees is available on www.emmys.com.
The Creative Arts Emmy Awards honor outstanding artistic and technical achievement in a variety of genres, guest performances in a weekly series, as well as exceptional work in the animation, reality and documentary categories. Check out a recap of Sunday’s ceremony here.