The rush amy It doesn’t air until Monday, September 12, but the Academy of Television is leading by way of the Creative Arts Awards.
In honor of outstanding artistic and technical achievement in a variety of television genres, the Creative Arts Emmys Award is presented Saturday and Sunday at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles. (A edited show will air on Saturday, September 10 at 8 PM EST on FXX.)
Among the notable winners on Saturday was Adele, who only one night The Special has received five awards, including Outstanding Variety Special (pre-recorded). Big victories have put the singer just one award away from earning EGOT status; She just needs Tony to cement that honor. (Similarly, Eminem, who has three wins at the Super Bowl LVI Halftime Show, and Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr, who have five wins in the The Beatles: come backare all Tony away from EGOT status.)
In addition, Chadwick Boseman won a posthumous Emmy for his voice Black PantherT’Challa in Marvel’s What if…?; Barack Obama became the first US president to win a competitive category, receiving the Outstanding Narrator Award for his work on Netflix Our great national parks.
Several major classes — including guest actor and actress in comedy, drama, and hit TV movie — take place on Sundays. Keep updating as TVLine updates its list with Night 2 winners, all outlined in bold.
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