Judd Apatow presents the first Emmy of the night.
The Television Academy tonight presented the first of its two 2022 Creative Arts Emmy Awards ceremonies honoring outstanding artistic and technical achievement in television at the Microsoft Theater in downtown Los Angeles. The ceremony, which kicked off the 74th Emmys, awarded many talented artists and craftspeople in genres including animation, reality, documentary/nonfiction and variety programming.
A complete list of this year's Creative Arts Emmy Award winners, as compiled by the independent accounting firm of Ernst & Young LLP, is available here.
This year's first Creative Arts Awards, executive produced by Bob Bain, featured presenters from television's top shows including Monica Aldama and Morgan Simianer (Cheer); Judd Apatow (George Carlin's American Dream); W. Kamau Bell (We Need To Talk About Cosby); Bobby Berk, Karamo Brown, Tan France, Antoni Porowski and Jonathan Van Ness (Queer Eye); Bob the Drag Queen, Eureka and Shangela (We're Here); Nicole Byer (Nailed It!); RuPaul Charles (RuPaul's Drag Race); Christine Chiu and Kevin Kreider (Bling Empire); Cat Deeley (So You Think You Can Dance); Mary Fitzgerald, Emma Hernan, Chelsea Lazkani and Chrishell Stause (Selling Sunset); Chris Hardwick (Talking Dead; @midnight); Jon Gabrus and Adam Pally (101 Places to Party Before You Die); Chip and Joanna Gaines (Fixer Upper: Welcome Home); Bill Nye (The End is Nye); Randy Rainbow (The Randy Rainbow Show); and Diallo Riddle and Bashir Salahuddin (Sherman's Showcase; South Side).
An edited presentation of the awards presented on both nights of the Creative Arts Emmys will air Saturday, Sept. 10, at 8:00 PM EDT/PDT on FXX and be available for streaming on Hulu Sept. 11-27.
For more information, please visit Emmys.com.
A complete list of Creative Arts Emmy Awards Saturday winners is available here.
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