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From Euphoria To Stranger Things, Check Out All Creative Arts Emmys Winners

Netflix's Stranger Things, HBO's Euphoria, The White Lotus, and Disney+ docuseries The Beatles: Get Back were the big winners at the Creative Arts Emmys.

The 74th Creative Arts Emmy Awards were held on September 3 and 4, before being followed by the 74th Primetime Emmy Awards hosted by Kenan Thompson on September 12. During the award ceremony, the best of the 2021-2022 TV season has been revealed. Among the 2022 nominees were Succession, which leads the way with the most nominations this year, at 25, while Ted Lasso closely followed with 20 nods.

Netflix’s Stranger Things, HBO’s Euphoria, HBO’s The White Lotus, Disney+ docuseries The Beatles: Get Back and CBS and Paramount+ special Adele: One Night Only were the big winners at the Creative Arts Emmys, collecting five awards apiece over the two nights. Netflix’s Squid Game and animated series Arcane were close behind with four accolades.

Lee Yoo-mi, exclaiming ‘I’m so very happy,’ won the Emmy for guest actress in a drama for playing Ji-yeong in Squid Game, making her the first Korean actress to win this category. Colman Domingo won the Emmy for guest actor in a drama series for his work as Ali on Euphoria. For both, it was their first Emmy. Nathan Lane won his first Primetime Emmy, for guest actor in a comedy series, for his role as Teddy Dimas in Only Murders in the Building.

This was his record seventh nomination in this category, having also been nominated for guest roles in Frasier, Mad About You, Modern Family and The Good Wife. He’s now halfway to EGOT, having previously won a trio of Tonys, as per THR. Laurie Metcalf won her fourth Emmy on Sunday, for guest actress in a comedy series, for her work as Weed on Hacks. RuPaul won an Emmy for hosting his RuPaul’s Drag Race, extending his record as the most honored person of color in Emmy history, with a total of 12 wins and seven consecutive wins for outstanding host.

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In addition to Lane, a number of winners moved a step closer to EGOT. Adele is just a Tony away from EGOT, as are Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr for Get Back. And Get Back helmer and producer Peter Jackson is at the halfway to this distinction, having won three Oscars for The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King. Stranger Things rerecording mixer Mark Paterson is now halfway to EGOT, having previously won an Oscar for Les Miserables.

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