After a bit of a delay due to strikes, the 75th annual Emmy Awards kicked off at the Peacock Theater in Los Angeles with the Creative Arts Emmys.
On January 6, scripted programming winners were announced, and the animated and non-scripted programming winners will follow on January 7 at 8 p.m. ET. Catch an edited broadcast of the ceremonies on FXX on January 13.
HBO’s “The Last of Us” dominated Night 1, grabbing eight trophies, including one for Storm Reid’s guest appearance. Jasmine Guy also secured an award for her short film performance.
Creative Arts Emmy Winners – Night 2
Outstanding Picture Editing for Variety Programming
A Black Lady Sketch Show
Outstanding Individual Achievement in Animation
Barack Obama, Working: What We Do All Day
Outstanding Host for a Game Show
Outstanding Documentary or Nonfiction Series
The 1619 Project
Outstanding Character Voice-Over Performance
Maya Rudolph, Big Mouth
Creative Arts Emmy Winners – Night 1
Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series
Sam Richardson as Edwin Akufo in Ted Lasso | Apple TV+
Outstanding Actress in a Short Form Comedy or Drama Series
Jasmine Guy as Barbara Baldwin in Chronicles Of Jessica Wu | Prime Video
Outstanding Guest Actress in a Drama Series
Storm Reid as Riley Abel in The Last Of Us | HBO Max
Outstanding Choreography for Scripted Programming
Jon Boogz, Choreographer for Blindspotting | Routines: The History / San Quentin Blues | STARZ
Outstanding Stunt Performance
Lateef Crowder, Stunt Performer (pictured above), Paul Darnell, Stunt Performer
JJ Dashnaw, Stunt Performer, Ryan Ryusaki, Stunt Performer in The Mandalorian | Chapter 24: The Return | Disney+ – Lucasfilm Ltd.