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Netflix bags 15 titles on the second day of the Creative Arts Emmy 2022

The 74th Annual Primetime Creative Arts Emmy Awards 2022 was held over two days at Microsoft Theater in downtown Los Angeles

Saikat Chakraborty Calcutta Published 05.09.22, 07:21 PM
A still from Stranger Things’ Dear Billy episode.

A still from Stranger Things’ Dear Billy episode. Twitter

With 15 wins on Day 2, Netflix followed close on the heels of HBO/ HBO Max’s 16 titles at the 74th Annual Primetime Creative Arts Emmy Awards on Monday, held at Microsoft Theater in downtown Los Angeles.

Netflix’s Stranger Things picked up several technical awards for the Dear Billy episode from Chapter 4, including Outstanding Music Supervision and Prosthetic Makeup Awards. The science-fiction series emerged as one of the biggest winners of the night.


Netflix’s Squid Game continued its historic Emmy run with four awards, including one for Lee You-mi in the Guest Actress in a Drama Series category.

Netflix’s Love on the Spectrum emerged as a surprise winner in the Unstructured Reality Program category, while the streaming service’s Queer Eye won its fifth Emmy in the Structured Reality Program category.

The Emmy for Outstanding Short Form Animated Program was won by Netflix’s Love, Death + Robots. Netflix also won the Outstanding Animated Program category for its animated action-adventure series Arcane.

Other notable winners

Nathan Lane won an Emmy in the Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series category for his role in Hulu’s Only Murders in the Building.

RuPaul Charles won in the Outstanding Reality Host category again for VH1’s RuPaul’s Drag Race.

Prime Video’s Lucy and Desi took home a pair of trophies, including one for Writing in the Outstanding Documentary categories.

Disney+, too, took home a handful of titles — The Book of Boba Fett won in the Outstanding Special Visual Effects category, while Moon Knight received the award in the Outstanding Sound Editing for a Limited or Anthology Series, Movie or Special category.

Peter Jackson’s The Beatles: Get Back won multiple Emmy awards in different categories, including Outstanding Documentary or Nonfiction Series and Outstanding Picture Editing for a Nonfiction Program.

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