Emmys 2013 by the Numbers: Wins by Network, Series
HBO, coming into Primetime ceremony with 20, led the pack with "Behind the Candelabra" and "Boardwalk Empire."
HBO added to its haul Sunday during the Primetime portion of the 65th annual Emmys. Coming into the ceremony with 20 wins -- and 108 nominations overall -- HBO again led the pack with 27 overall wins.
On the series front, HBO made it a one-two punch with Behind the Candelabra and Boardwalk Empire. Entering the night as the top program with eight wins during last week's Creative Arts ceremony, Candelabra added three to lead all series with 11, followed by the mob drama with five statuettes.
Meanwhile, FX's American Horror Story: Asylum entered the Emmys as the most-nominated program with 17 yet settled for only two wins. Here's a look at wins by network and studio, including wins from the Creative Arts ceremony.
By network (two or more)
Comedy Central 4
Cartoon Network 3
FX Networks 3
Discovery Channel 2
By program (two or more)
Behind the Candelabra 11
Boardwalk Empire 5
66th Annual Tony Awards 4
Saturday Night Live 4
The Big Bang Theory 3
Breaking Bad 3
Disney Mickey Mouse Croissant de Triomphe 3
House of Cards 3
Mea Maxima Culpa: Silence in the House of God 3
30 Rock 2
The 55th Annual Grammy Awards 2
American Horror Story: Asylum 2
American Masters 2
Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown 2
The Colbert Report 2
Da Vinci's Demons 2
Deadliest Catch 2
Game of Thrones 2
How I Met Your Mother 2
The Kennedy Center Honors 2
The Men Who Built America 2
Modern Family 2
Nurse Jackie 2
The Voice 2
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