Creative Arts Emmys: 'Deadliest Catch' Wins Fourth-Consecutive Emmys in Cinematography and Editing

Deadliest Catch TV Still - H 2013

Deadliest Catch TV Still - H 2013

Discovery Channel’s high seas adventure Deadliest Catch won its fourth-consecutive Emmys in both editing and cinematography at the Creative Arts Emmy Awards on Saturday.

It also won the Emmy for outstanding unstructured reality series, bringing the series total Emmy wins over its 10 seasons to 13.

The honorees in the editing category were supervising editor Josh Earl, who earned his fourth Emmy for the series, and editors Rob Butler (his second win) and Art O'Leary.

Additionally, the team of cinematographers received trophies.

Season 10 of the series recently concluded.

For the full list of tonight's Creative Arts Emmys winners, click here.

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