Early Emmy winners revealed: It's a Boardwalk Empire kind of year!
Boardwalk Empire walked away with a whopping seven trophies at the Creative Arts Emmy Awards Saturday. Read on for all the details.
Is Boardwalk Empire'sCreative Arts Emmy domination a prelude of what's to come at next weekend's Primetime Emmy Awards?
The Creative Arts Emmy Awards were handed out on Saturday (Sept. 10) and HBO's Boardwalk Empire reigned supreme.
The popular Steve Buscemi-led drama set in the 1920's took home seven awards, including casting for a drama and cinematography. HBO dominated the night with a total of 15 trophies, with three also going to Mildred Pierce.
The Creative Arts gala focuses mostly on the technical categories the weekend before the big Primetime Emmy Awards.
Besides big winner Boardwalk Empire, reality show Deadliest Catch had a big night, taking home four awards, including noncompetition reality program. Jeff Probst represented for a fourth-time as reality host.
Gwyneth Paltrow managed to snag the guest actress award for Fox's Glee, while Justin Timberlake grabbed two awards for Saturday Night Live -- one for guest actor and one for original music and lyrics.
If hearing about who won a Creative Arts Emmy isn't enough, check out the broadcast on Sept. 17 on Reelz.
For a full list of winners click here.
Don't forget to tune into the Primetime Emmy Awards on Sept. 18 -- Jane Lynch is hosting -- enough said.
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