Lee You-Mi accepts the Emmy for Guest Actress in a Drama Series for Squid Game
The Television Academy tonight presented the second 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 awarded many talented artists and craftspeople in categories including cinematography, guest actor, production design, sound editing, television movie and stunt performance.
A complete list of Sunday's Creative Arts Emmy Award winners, as compiled by the independent accounting firm of Ernst & Young LLP, is available here.
This year's final Creative Arts Awards, executive produced by Bob Bain, featured presenters from television's hit shows including Skylar Astin (So Help Me Todd; Zoey's Extraordinary Playlist); Ashley Nicole Black (Ted Lasso; A Black Lady Sketch Show); Rachel Bloom (Reboot; Crazy Ex-Girlfriend); Ryan Broussard, James Caverly and Jane Lynch (Only Murders in the Building); Colman Domingo (Euphoria; Fear the Walking Dead); Marcia Gay Harden (The Morning Show); Jon Huertas (This Is Us); Melissa Fumero (Blockbuster; Brooklyn Nine-Nine); Jane Levy (Zoey's Extraordinary Playlist: The Movie); Ralph Macchio and William Zabka (Cobra Kai); Simone Missick (All Rise; Iron Fist); Niecy Nash and Jeanette "JJ" Branch (The Rookie: Feds); Edward James Olmos (Mayans M.C.); Coral Peña and Shantel VanSanten (For All Mankind); Sam Richardson (Ted Lasso; The Afterparty); Angela Sarafyan (Westworld); and Jason and Randy Sklar (The Nosebleeds).
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 Sunday's Creative Arts Emmy Awards winners is available here.
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