HBO, led by its powerhouse series Game of Thrones, was the big winner at this weekend's Creative Arts Emmys ceremonies, according to the Television Academy.
HBO garnered 25 Creative Arts Emmys combined across two ceremonies recognizing excellence in technical categories. Netflix finished second with 23 wins.
National Geographic and Amazon Prime Video tied for third with eight wins, while CNN and NBC finished fourth with five awards. CBS, Fox and YouTube rounded out the top five with four wins each, according to the TV Academy.
HBO’s Game of Thrones won 10 Emmy awards, topping all shows. The network’s Chernobyl tied with National Geographic’s Free Solo for second with seven wins, followed by Amazon Prime’s The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel with six statuettes. Netflix’s Love, Death & Robots and Queer Eye garnered five and four Emmys, respectively.
A complete list of 2019 Creative Arts Emmy winners for Sunday's ceremony can be found here. The 71st Emmy Awards will air on Fox Sept. 22.
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