The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences handed out its 2019 Creative Arts Emmys over two nights this weekend.
HBO's Game of Thrones went home with a total of 10 trophies Sunday, though it did not win every category for which it was nominated. The drama series earned a record-breaking 32 total nominations this year, leading all contenders.
Other winners Sunday night included Jane Lynch and Luke Kirby, who won best guest actress and actor in a comedy, respectively, for The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, while Cherry Jones and Bradley Whitford won the trophies for best guest acting in a drama series for The Handmaid's Tale.
Among the winners Saturday night were Queer Eye, Anthony Bourdain Parts Unknown (with a second posthumous win for Bourdain), Leaving Neverland, Our Planet and RuPaul. Oscar winner Free Solo swept all seven categories for which it was nominated, tying with Chernobyl for second-most Emmys won this weekend. The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel followed with six total wins.
Meanwhile, Springsteen on Broadway collected a win for best directing for a variety special, but the show itself lost best variety special (pre-recorded) to Carpool Karaoke: When Corden Met McCartney Live From Liverpool, denying Springsteen EGOT status. In addition, Beyonce and her concert film Homecoming lost in every category it was nominated for.
The 2019 Creative Arts Emmy Awards featured a star-studded lineup of presenters. On Saturday, Roy Choi, Jon Favreau, Jeff Goldblum, Marie Kondo, Lisa Kudrow, Derek Hough, Wanda Sykes, Will Arnett, W. Kamau Bell, Terry Crews and Nick Kroll were presenters. Sunday's show featured Laverne Cox, Rachel Bloom, Neil Patrick Harris, Natasha Lyonne, Olivia Munn, Patton Oswalt and Jane Seymour.
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