75th Creative Arts Emmy Awards – Night 2 Winners

Courtesy of the Television Academy.

The Television Academy are presenting 49 more Emmy Awards during the second of two nights celebrating the 75th Creative Arts Emmy Awards.

Tonight’s presentation at the the Peacock Theater at L.A. LIVE saw more awards going to talented artists and craftspeople in categories including animation, documentary/nonfiction, game shows, reality and variety series. The Last of Us remains the big winner through two rounds of the Creative Arts Emmy Awards with 8 Emmys. Next up is Welcome to Wrexham with 5 awards. The Bear, STILL: A Michael J. Fox Movie, Wednesday, and The White Lotus won 4 Emmys. BEEF and Dancing With The Stars won 3 Emmys. A number of other titles finished this weekend with just 2 Emmys.

Following tonight, all eyes are on the January 15 Emmys telecast on FOX.

Short Form Comedy, Drama or Variety Series: I Think You Should Leave with Tim Robinson (Netflix)

  • Tim Robinson, Executive Producer
  • Zach Kanin, Executive Producer
  • Akiva Schaffer, Executive Producer
  • Ali Bell, Executive Producer
  • Alex Bach, Executive Producer
  • Alice Mathias, Executive Producer

Outstanding Short Form Nonfiction Or Reality Series: Succession: Controlling the Narrative (HBO Max)

  • Chris Grasso, Executive Producer
  • Melora Soodalter, Executive Producer
  • Jack Quinn, Co-Executive Producer
  • Zachary Krame, Supervising Producer
  • Michael Hagos, Supervising Producer
  • Lindsay Nowak, Senior Producer

Outstanding Picture Editing for Variety Programming: A Black Lady Sketch Show, My Love Language Is Words Of Defamation (HBO/Max)

  • Stephanie Filo, ACE, Supervising Editor
  • Malinda Zehner Guerra, Editor
  • Taylor Joy Mason, ACE, Editor

Outstanding Directing for a Variety Series: Liz Patrick, Saturday Night Live, Co-Hosts: Steve Martin & Martin Short (NBC)

Directing for a Variety Special: The Apple Music Super Bowl LVII Halftime Show Starring Rihanna (FOX)

  • Hamish Hamilton, Directed By
  • Shawn Carter, Directed By

Lighting Design/Lighting Direction for a Variety Special: 2022 Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame Induction Ceremony (HBO/Max)

  • ALLEN BRANTON, Lighting Designer
  • DARREN LANGER, Lighting Director
  • FELIX PERALTA, Lighting Director
  • KEVIN LAWSON, Lighting Director
  • ALEX FLORES, Lighting Director
  • BIANCA MONCADA, Lighting Director
  • CHUCK REILLY, Video Controller
  • GUY JONES, Video Controller

Lighting Design/Lighting Direction for a Variety Series: Dancing With The Stars, Semi Finals (Disney+)

  • NOAH MITZ, Lighting Designer
  • MICHAEL BERGER, Lighting Director
  • PATRICK BRAZIL, Lighting Director
  • ANDREW LAW, Lighting Director
  • MATT BENSON, Lighting Director
  • MATT MCADAM, Lighting Director
  • LUKE CHANTRELL, Video Controller

Individual Achievement in Animation (Juried Award: All entrants are screened by a jury of appropriate peer group members and one, more than one, or no award entry is awarded an Emmy.):

  • Nik Ranieri, Character Layout, The Simpsons, Lisa The Boy Scout (FOX)
  • Meybis Ruiz Cruz, Lead Character Designer, Entergalactic (Netflix)
  • Maya Edelman, Animation Director, More Than I Want To Remember (Paramount+)
  • Almu Redondo, Art Director, Star Wars: Visions, Screecher’s Reach (Disney+)

Commercial: Apple – The Greatest – Accessibility

  • Somesuch, Production Company
  • Apple Inc., Ad Agency

Narrator: Barack Obama, Working: What We Do All Day (Netflix)

Cinematography for a Nonfiction Program: 100 Foot Wave, Chapter VI – Force Majeure (HBO Max)

  • ANTOINE CHICOYE, Cinematography By
  • MIKEY CORKER, Cinematography By
  • VINCENT KARDASIK, Cinematography By
  • ALEXANDRE LESBATS, Cinematography By
  • CHRIS SMITH, Cinematography By
  • LAURENT PUJOL, Cinematography By
  • JOÃO VIDINHA, Cinematography By
  • MICHAEL DARRIGADE, Cinematography By

Cinematography for a Reality Program: Welcome to Wrexham , Do Or Die (FX)

  • Alastair McKevitt, Director of Photography
  • Craig Hastings, Director of Photography
  • Leighton Cox, Director of Photography
  • Jason Bulley, Director of Photography

Choreography for a Variety or Reality Programming: Derek Hough, Dancing With The Stars, Routine: Higher (Disney+)

Production Design for a Variety Special: The Apple Music Super Bowl LVII Halftime Show Starring Rihanna (FOX)

  • BRUCE RODGERS, Production Designer
  • SHELLEY RODGERS, Art Director
  • MARIA GARCIA, Art Director
  • LILY RODGERS, Art Director

Production Design for a Variety or Reality Series: Saturday Night Live, Co-Hosts: Steve Martin & Martin Short, Host: Jenna Ortega (NBC)

  • AKIRA YOSHIMURA, Production Designer
  • KEITH IAN RAYWOOD, Production Designer
  • ANDREA PURCIGLIOTTI, Production Designer
  • DANIELLE WEBB, Set Decorator

Costumes for Variety, Nonfiction or Reality Programming (Juried Award: All entrants are screened by a jury of appropriate peer group members and one, more than one, or no award entry is awarded an Emmy.) : Beauty And The Beast: A 30th Celebration (ABC)

  • MARINA TOYBINA, Costume Designer
  • GRAINNE O’SULLIVAN, Costume Supervisor
  • GABRIELLE LETAMENDI, Costume Supervisor
  • COURTNEY WEBSTER, Assistant Costume Designer
  • ARLEEN FLORES, Assistant Costume Designer
  • DANAE MCQUEEN, Assistant Costume Designer

We’re Here, St. George, Utah (HBO Max)

  • DIEGO MONTOYA, Costume Designer
  • MARCO MORANTE, Costume Designer
  • JOSHUA “DOMINO” SCHWARTZ, Costume Designer
  • BLAKE DANFORD, Assistant Costume Designer
  • SHARON MALKA, Assistant Costume Designer
  • RICKY REYNOSO, Assistant Costume Designer

Unstructured Reality Program: Welcome To Wrexham (FX)

  • John Henion, Executive Producer
  • Andrew Fried, Executive Producer
  • Sarina Roma, Executive Producer
  • Dane Lillegard, Executive Producer
  • Nicholas Frenkel, Executive Producer
  • George Dewey, Executive Producer
  • Rob McElhenney, Executive Producer
  • Ryan Reynolds, Executive Producer
  • Alan Bloom, Co-Executive Producer
  • Lana Barkin, Co-Executive Producer
  • Miloš Balać, Supervising Producer
  • Jeff Luini, Producer

Structured Reality Program: Queer Eye (Netflix)

  • David Collins, Executive Producer
  • Michael Williams, Executive Producer
  • Rob Eric, Executive Producer
  • Jennifer Lane, Executive Producer
  • Jordana Hochman, Executive Producer
  • Mark Bracero, Executive Producer
  • Kori Kingg, Co-Executive Producer
  • Jenifer Lerman, Supervising Producer
  • Bobby Berk, Producer
  • Karamo Brown, Producer
  • Tan France, Producer
  • Antoni Porowski, Producer
  • Jonathan Van Ness, Producer

Directing for a Reality Program: Bryan Rowland, Welcome To Wrexham, Wide World Of Wales (FX)

Picture Editing for a Structured Reality or Competition Program: RuPaul’s Drag Race, Wigloose: The Rusical! (MTV)

  • Jamie Martin, Lead Editor
  • Paul Cross, Editor
  • Ryan Mallick, Editor
  • Michael Roha, Editor

Picture Editing for an Unstructured Reality Program: Welcome To Wrexham, Do Or Die (FX)

  • BRYAN ROWLAND, Additional Editor

Casting for a Reality Program: The Traitors (Peacock)

  • JAZZY COLLINS, CSA, Casting By
  • MOIRA PARIS, Casting By
  • HOLLY OSIFAT, Casting By

Outstanding Writing for a Variety Special: John Mulaney, John Mulaney: Baby J (Netflix)

Makeup for a Variety, Nonfiction or Reality Program: Beauty And The Beast: A 30th Celebration (ABC)

  • BRUCE GRAYSON, Makeup Department Head
  • JAMES MACKINNON, Key Makeup Artist
  • SAM FINE, Makeup Artist
  • JULIE SOCASH, Makeup Artist
  • NEICY SMALL, Makeup Artist
  • ALEXEI DMITRIEW, Makeup FX Artist
  • TYSON FOUNTAINE, Makeup FX Artist

Game Show: Jeopardy (ABC/Syndicated)

  • Michael Davies, Executive Producer
  • Lisa Broffman, Co-Executive Producer
  • Rocky Schmidt, Supervising Producer
  • Sarah Whitcomb Foss, Producer
  • Billy Wisse, Writer
  • Michele Loud, Writer
  • John Duarte, Writer
  • Mark Gaberman, Writer
  • Debbie Griffin, Writer
  • Robert McClenaghan, Writer
  • Jim Rhine, Writer

Host for a Game Show: Keke Palmer, Password (NBC)

Hairstyling for a Variety, Nonfiction or Reality Program: We’re Here, St. George, Utah (HBO Max)

  • Abdiel “Gloria” Urcullu, Department Head Hairstylist
  • Tyler Funicelli,  Hairstylist

Host for a Reality or Competition Program: RuPaul, RuPaul’s Drag Race (MTV)

Sound Mixing for a Reality Program (Single or Multi-Camera): Mark Jensen, CAS, Re-Recording Mixer, Welcome To Wrexham, Do Or Die (FX)

Sound Mixing for a Variety Series or Special (Area Award: Possibility of one, more than one or no award.) : Elton John Live: Farewell From Dodger Stadium (Disney+)

  • MICHAEL ABBOTT, Broadcast Production Mixer
  • ERIC SCHILLING, Music Mixer
  • MATT HERR, FOH Mixer
  • ALAN RICHARDSON, Monitor Mixer
  • CHRISTIAN SCHRADER, Supplemental Audio Mixer

Sound Mixing for a Nonfiction Program (Single or Multi-Camera): Moonage Daydream (HBO Max)

  • Paul Massey, Re-Recording Mixer
  • David Giammarco, Re-Recording Mixer

Sound Editing for a Nonfiction or Reality Program (Single or Multi-Camera): Moonage Daydream (HBO Max)

  • JOHN WARHURST, Co-Supervising Sound Editor / Music Editor
  • NINA HARTSTONE, Co-Supervising Sound Editor
  • SAMIR FOCO, Sound Designer
  • JAMES SHIRLEY, Sound Effects Editor
  • ELLIOTT KORETZ, MPSE, Sound Effects Editor
  • AMY FELTON, Sound Effects Editor
  • LOUISE BURTON, MPSE, Sound Effects Editor
  • BRETT MORGEN, Music Editor

Music Composition for a Documentary Series or Special (Original Dramatic Score): John Powell, Still: A Michael J. Fox Movie (Apple TV+)

Music Direction: Greg Phillinganes, Library Of Congress Gershwin Prize For Popular Song: Joni Mitchell (PBS)

Hosted Nonfiction Series or Special: Stanley Tucci: Searching for Italy (CNN)

  • Stanley Tucci, Executive Producer/Host
  • Shauna Minoprio, Executive Producer
  • Robin O’Sullivan, Executive Producer
  • Amy Entelis, Executive Producer
  • Lyle Gamm, Executive Producer
  • Jon Adler, Executive Producer
  • Katie Isaacson, Supervising Producer
  • Fiona Cleary, Series Producer
  • Nadya Mahdi, Series Producer
  • Francesco Ficarra, Producer

Documentary or Nonfiction Special: Still: A Michael J. Fox Movie (Apple TV+)

  • Nelle Fortenberry, Executive Producer
  • Laurene Powell Jobs, Executive Producer
  • Nicole Stott, Executive Producer
  • Davis Guggenheim, Produced By
  • Annetta Marion, Produced By
  • Jonathan King, Produced By
  • Will Cohen, Produced By

Outstanding Documentary or Nonfiction Series: The 1619 Project (Hulu)

  • Nikole Hannah-Jones, Executive Producer
  • Roger Ross Williams, Executive Producer
  • Shoshana Guy, Executive Producer
  • Caitlin Roper, Executive Producer
  • Kathleen Lingo, Executive Producer
  • Helen Verno, Executive Producer
  • Oprah Winfrey, Executive Producer
  • Geoff Martz, Co-Executive Producer
  • Carla Gardini, Co-Executive Producer
  • Jonathan Clasberry, Producer

Exceptional Merit in Documentary Filmmaking (Juried Award: All entrants are screened by a jury of appropriate peer group members and one, more than one, or no award entry is awarded an Emmy.): The Territory (National Geographic)

  • Alex Pritz, Produced by
  • Darren Aronofsky, Produced by
  • Sigrid Dyekjær, Produced by
  • Will N. Miller, Produced by
  • Gabriel Uchida, Produced by
  • Lizzie Gillett, Produced by
  • Txai Suruí, Executive Producer

Writing for a Nonfiction Program: Geoffrey C. Ward, The U.S. And The Holocaust, Episode 2: Yearning To Breathe Free (1938 – 1942) (PBS)

Picture Editing for a Nonfiction Program: Michael Harte, ACE, Still: A Michael J. Fox Movie (Apple TV+)

Directing for a Documentary/Nonfiction Program: Davis Guggenheim, Still: A Michael J. Fox Movie (Apple TV+)

Animated Program: The Simpsons, Treehouse Of Horror XXXIII (FOX)

  • JAMES L. BROOKS, Executive Producer
  • MATT GROENING, Executive Producer
  • MATT SELMAN, Executive Producer/Written By
  • AL JEAN, Executive Producer
  • CAROLYN OMINE, Co-Executive Producer/Written By
  • JOHN FRINK, Executive Producer
  • TIM LONG, Co-Executive Producer
  • ROB LAZEBNIK, Co-Executive Producer
  • JOEL H. COHEN, Co-Executive Producer
  • BRIAN KELLEY, Co-Executive Producer
  • MICHAEL PRICE, Co-Executive Producer
  • RYAN KOH, Co-Executive Producer/Written By
  • DAN VEBBER, Co-Executive Producer
  • CHRISTINE NANGLE, Co-Executive Producer
  • RICHARD K. CHUNG, Producer
  • RICHARD RAYNIS, Produced By
  • TOM KLEIN, Animation Producer
  • MIKE B. ANDERSON, Supervising Director
  • ROB OLIVER, Directed By
  • DANE ROMLEY, Assistant Director
  • CARLTON BATTEN, Lead Animation Timer

Character Voice-Over Performance: Maya Rudolph as Connie The Hormone Monstress, Big Mouth, Asexual Healing(Netflix)

Outstanding Emerging Media Program: For All Mankind Season 3 Experience (Apple TV+)

  • Apple TV+
  • Tall Ship Productions
  • Antibody
  • Elastic

Technical Direction and Camerawork for a Series: Dancing With The Stars, Finale (Disney+)

  • CHARLES CIUP, Technical Director
  • DAVID BERNSTEIN, Technical Director
  • TERRY CLARK, Camera
  • JIMMY GARCIA, Camera
  • MARK KOONCE, Camera
  • TIM LEE, Camera
  • RON LEHMAN, Camera
  • DEREK PRATT, Camera
  • BRIAN REASON, Camera
  • MARC STUMPO, Camera
  • CARY SYMMONS, Camera

Technical Direction and Camerawork for a Special: Elton John Live: Farewell From Dodger Stadium (Disney+)

  • EMMETT LOUGHRAN, Technical Director
  • MARK BRITT, Camera
  • TIM FARMER, Camera
  • PAT GLEASON, Camera
  • BRUCE GREEN, Camera
  • JAY KULICK, Camera
  • KEVIN MURPHY, Camera
  • LYN NOLAND, Camera
  • ROB PALMER, Camera
  • JESSE PLACKY, Camera
  • DAVID PLAKOS, Camera
  • DAVID RUDD, Camera
  • AUSTIN ROCK, Camera
  • ED STAEBLER, Camera
  • ROB VUONA, Camera
  • MARK WHITMAN, Camera
  • RICH YORK, Camera
  • JEFF LEE, Camera
  • LOIC MAHEAS, Camera

Variety Special (Pre-Recorded): Carol Burnett: 90 Years Of Laughter + Love (NBC)

  • Carol Burnett, Executive Producer
  • Brian Miller, Executive Producer
  • Steve Sauer, Executive Producer
  • Baz Halpin, Executive Producer
  • Mark Bracco, Executive Producer
  • Linda Gierahn, Executive Producer
  • Paul Miller, Executive Producer
  • Jenessa Salcedo, Line Producer
  • Theresa Moore King, Supervising Producer
The 75th Creative Arts Emmy Awards are taking place January 6-7, 2024 at the Peacock Theater at L.A. LIVE. An edited presentation will air January 13 at 8:00 PM EST/PST on FXX and available for streaming on Hulu on January 14.

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Danielle Solzman

Danielle Solzman is native of Louisville, KY, and holds a BA in Public Relations from Northern Kentucky University and a MA in Media Communications from Webster University. She roots for her beloved Kentucky Wildcats, St. Louis Cardinals, Indianapolis Colts, and Boston Celtics. Living less than a mile away from Wrigley Field in Chicago, she is an active reader (sports/entertainment/history/biographies/select fiction) and involved with the Chicago improv scene. She also sees many movies and reviews them. She has previously written for Redbird Rants, Wildcat Blue Nation, and Hidden Remote/Flicksided. From April 2016 through May 2017, her film reviews can be found on Creators.