Maya Rudolph gets historic Emmys win with back-to-back awards

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Did Wandavision win an Emmy?

During the Creative Arts Emmys, WandaVision also scored wins for Outstanding Fantasy/Sci-Fi Costumes and Outstanding Production Design for a Narrative Program (Half-Hour). ... The 73rd Primetime Emmy Awards will air Sunday, Sept. 19 at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT on CBS and stream live on Paramount+ for Premium subscribers. EW.comAgatha All Along from WandaVision scores Emmy Award win | EW.com

Did Bo Burnham Inside win an Emmy?

Bo Burnham won his first Emmy x 3 at the Sunday Creative Arts ceremony for his Netflix musical comedy special Inside, claiming the trophies for Outstanding Writing For A Variety Special, Outstanding Music Direction and Outstanding Directing For A Variety Special. DeadlineBo Burnham Sets One Emmy Record For ‘Inside’, Eyes Another

Zooey Deschanel's super-glam date night, plus more stars at the 2021 Creative Arts Emmy Awards

Wonderwall 13 September, 2021 - 01:10pm

Jonathan Scott, Zooey Deschanel, Linda Phan and Drew Scott attend the second part of the Television Academy's Creative Arts Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Sept. 12, 2021.

Courtney B. Vance poses with his award for outstanding guest actor in a drama series for "Lovecraft Country" during the third part of the Television Academy's Creative Arts Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Sept. 12, 2021.

Chrishell Stause attends the second part of the Television Academy's Creative Arts Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Sept. 12, 2021.

Paris Jackson attends the first part of the Television Academy's Creative Arts Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Sept. 11, 2021.

Derek Hough poses with his award for best choreography for variety or reality programming for "Dancing With The Stars" during the third part of the Television Academy's Creative Arts Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Sept. 12, 2021.

Derek Hough and girlfriend Hayley Erbert celebrate the "Dancing With the Stars" pro's big win during the third part of the Television Academy's Creative Arts Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Sept. 12, 2021.

Jamie Chung attends the third part of the Television Academy's Creative Arts Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Sept. 12, 2021.

Debbie Allen poses with her award for best choreography for scripted programming for "Dolly Parton's Christmas on the Square" during the third part of the Television Academy's Creative Arts Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Sept. 12, 2021.

Lisa Edelstein looked regal in a Bob Mackie gown while speaking onstage during the first part of the Television Academy's Creative Arts Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Sept. 11, 2021.

Lisa Edelstein attends the first part of the Television Academy's Creative Arts Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Sept. 11, 2021.

RuPaul poses with his Emmys for best host for a reality or competition program and best unstructured reality program during the second part of the Television Academy's Creative Arts Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Sept. 12, 2021.

Emmanuel Acho poses with his Emmy for best short form nonfiction or reality series for "Uncomfortable Conversations with a Black Man" during the second part of the Television Academy's Creative Arts Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Sept. 12, 2021.

J.B. Smoove poses with his award for best actor in a short form comedy or drama series for "Mapleworth Murders" during the third part of the Television Academy's Creative Arts Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Sept. 12, 2021.

Marlee Matlin attends the first part of the Television Academy's Creative Arts Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Sept. 11, 2021.

Bernadette Peters attends the third part of the Television Academy's Creative Arts Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Sept. 12, 2021.

Ming-Na Wen attends the first part of the Television Academy's Creative Arts Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Sept. 11, 2021.

Yvette Nicole Brown attends the third part of the Television Academy's Creative Arts Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Sept. 12, 2021.

Alex Borstein attends the first part of the Television Academy's Creative Arts Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Sept. 11, 2021.

Angelica Ross attends the first part of the Television Academy's Creative Arts Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Sept. 11, 2021.

"Grace and Frankie" star June Diane Raphael attends the first part of the Television Academy's Creative Arts Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Sept. 11, 2021.

"The Underground Railroad" star Thuso Mebdu attends the first part of the Television Academy's Creative Arts Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Sept. 11, 2021.

Roselyn Sánchez attends the first part of the Television Academy's Creative Arts Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Sept. 11, 2021.

Nicole Byer attends the third part of the Television Academy's Creative Arts Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Sept. 12, 2021.

"Shark Tank" star Barbara Corcoran attends the second part of the Television Academy's Creative Arts Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Sept. 12, 2021.

"Rutherford Falls" star Jana Schmieding attends the second part of the Television Academy's Creative Arts Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Sept. 12, 2021.

Linda Phan and Drew Scott attend the second part of the Television Academy's Creative Arts Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Sept. 12, 2021.

Tony Goldwyn attends the third part of the Television Academy's Creative Arts Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Sept. 12, 2021.

Daniel Dae Kim attends the third part of the Television Academy's Creative Arts Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Sept. 12, 2021.

"Ted Lasso" star Brendan Hunt attends the first part of the Television Academy's Creative Arts Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Sept. 11, 2021.

"Nine Perfect Strangers" and "The Good Place" actor Manny Jacinto attends the third part of the Television Academy's Creative Arts Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Sept. 12, 2021.

"Manifest" star Matt Long attends the third part of the Television Academy's Creative Arts Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Sept. 12, 2021.

Paul Scheer attends the first part of the Television Academy's Creative Arts Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Sept. 11, 2021.

Tituss Burgess attends the second part of the Television Academy's Creative Arts Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Sept. 12, 2021.

Ross Mathews attends the second part of the Television Academy's Creative Arts Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Sept. 12, 2021.

Laz Alonzo attends the first part of the Television Academy's Creative Arts Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Sept. 11, 2021.

W. Kamau Bell attends the second part of the Television Academy's Creative Arts Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Sept. 12, 2021.

"Candyman" and "Hacks" star Carl Clemons-Hopkins attends the first part of the Television Academy's Creative Arts Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Sept. 11, 2021.

Maz Jobrani attends the first part of the Television Academy's Creative Arts Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Sept. 11, 2021.

Zooey Deschanel's super-glam date night, plus more stars at the 2021 Creative Arts Emmy Awards

TVLine 13 September, 2021 - 01:10pm

Jonathan Scott, Zooey Deschanel, Linda Phan and Drew Scott attend the second part of the Television Academy's Creative Arts Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Sept. 12, 2021.

Courtney B. Vance poses with his award for outstanding guest actor in a drama series for "Lovecraft Country" during the third part of the Television Academy's Creative Arts Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Sept. 12, 2021.

Chrishell Stause attends the second part of the Television Academy's Creative Arts Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Sept. 12, 2021.

Paris Jackson attends the first part of the Television Academy's Creative Arts Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Sept. 11, 2021.

Derek Hough poses with his award for best choreography for variety or reality programming for "Dancing With The Stars" during the third part of the Television Academy's Creative Arts Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Sept. 12, 2021.

Derek Hough and girlfriend Hayley Erbert celebrate the "Dancing With the Stars" pro's big win during the third part of the Television Academy's Creative Arts Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Sept. 12, 2021.

Jamie Chung attends the third part of the Television Academy's Creative Arts Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Sept. 12, 2021.

Debbie Allen poses with her award for best choreography for scripted programming for "Dolly Parton's Christmas on the Square" during the third part of the Television Academy's Creative Arts Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Sept. 12, 2021.

Lisa Edelstein looked regal in a Bob Mackie gown while speaking onstage during the first part of the Television Academy's Creative Arts Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Sept. 11, 2021.

Lisa Edelstein attends the first part of the Television Academy's Creative Arts Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Sept. 11, 2021.

RuPaul poses with his Emmys for best host for a reality or competition program and best unstructured reality program during the second part of the Television Academy's Creative Arts Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Sept. 12, 2021.

Emmanuel Acho poses with his Emmy for best short form nonfiction or reality series for "Uncomfortable Conversations with a Black Man" during the second part of the Television Academy's Creative Arts Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Sept. 12, 2021.

J.B. Smoove poses with his award for best actor in a short form comedy or drama series for "Mapleworth Murders" during the third part of the Television Academy's Creative Arts Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Sept. 12, 2021.

Marlee Matlin attends the first part of the Television Academy's Creative Arts Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Sept. 11, 2021.

Bernadette Peters attends the third part of the Television Academy's Creative Arts Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Sept. 12, 2021.

Ming-Na Wen attends the first part of the Television Academy's Creative Arts Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Sept. 11, 2021.

Yvette Nicole Brown attends the third part of the Television Academy's Creative Arts Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Sept. 12, 2021.

Alex Borstein attends the first part of the Television Academy's Creative Arts Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Sept. 11, 2021.

Angelica Ross attends the first part of the Television Academy's Creative Arts Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Sept. 11, 2021.

"Grace and Frankie" star June Diane Raphael attends the first part of the Television Academy's Creative Arts Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Sept. 11, 2021.

"The Underground Railroad" star Thuso Mebdu attends the first part of the Television Academy's Creative Arts Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Sept. 11, 2021.

Roselyn Sánchez attends the first part of the Television Academy's Creative Arts Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Sept. 11, 2021.

Nicole Byer attends the third part of the Television Academy's Creative Arts Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Sept. 12, 2021.

"Shark Tank" star Barbara Corcoran attends the second part of the Television Academy's Creative Arts Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Sept. 12, 2021.

"Rutherford Falls" star Jana Schmieding attends the second part of the Television Academy's Creative Arts Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Sept. 12, 2021.

Linda Phan and Drew Scott attend the second part of the Television Academy's Creative Arts Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Sept. 12, 2021.

Tony Goldwyn attends the third part of the Television Academy's Creative Arts Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Sept. 12, 2021.

Daniel Dae Kim attends the third part of the Television Academy's Creative Arts Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Sept. 12, 2021.

"Ted Lasso" star Brendan Hunt attends the first part of the Television Academy's Creative Arts Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Sept. 11, 2021.

"Nine Perfect Strangers" and "The Good Place" actor Manny Jacinto attends the third part of the Television Academy's Creative Arts Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Sept. 12, 2021.

"Manifest" star Matt Long attends the third part of the Television Academy's Creative Arts Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Sept. 12, 2021.

Paul Scheer attends the first part of the Television Academy's Creative Arts Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Sept. 11, 2021.

Tituss Burgess attends the second part of the Television Academy's Creative Arts Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Sept. 12, 2021.

Ross Mathews attends the second part of the Television Academy's Creative Arts Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Sept. 12, 2021.

Laz Alonzo attends the first part of the Television Academy's Creative Arts Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Sept. 11, 2021.

W. Kamau Bell attends the second part of the Television Academy's Creative Arts Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Sept. 12, 2021.

"Candyman" and "Hacks" star Carl Clemons-Hopkins attends the first part of the Television Academy's Creative Arts Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Sept. 11, 2021.

Maz Jobrani attends the first part of the Television Academy's Creative Arts Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Sept. 11, 2021.

Zooey Deschanel's super-glam date night, plus more stars at the 2021 Creative Arts Emmy Awards

Daily Mail 13 September, 2021 - 01:10pm

Jonathan Scott, Zooey Deschanel, Linda Phan and Drew Scott attend the second part of the Television Academy's Creative Arts Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Sept. 12, 2021.

Courtney B. Vance poses with his award for outstanding guest actor in a drama series for "Lovecraft Country" during the third part of the Television Academy's Creative Arts Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Sept. 12, 2021.

Chrishell Stause attends the second part of the Television Academy's Creative Arts Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Sept. 12, 2021.

Paris Jackson attends the first part of the Television Academy's Creative Arts Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Sept. 11, 2021.

Derek Hough poses with his award for best choreography for variety or reality programming for "Dancing With The Stars" during the third part of the Television Academy's Creative Arts Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Sept. 12, 2021.

Derek Hough and girlfriend Hayley Erbert celebrate the "Dancing With the Stars" pro's big win during the third part of the Television Academy's Creative Arts Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Sept. 12, 2021.

Jamie Chung attends the third part of the Television Academy's Creative Arts Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Sept. 12, 2021.

Debbie Allen poses with her award for best choreography for scripted programming for "Dolly Parton's Christmas on the Square" during the third part of the Television Academy's Creative Arts Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Sept. 12, 2021.

Lisa Edelstein looked regal in a Bob Mackie gown while speaking onstage during the first part of the Television Academy's Creative Arts Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Sept. 11, 2021.

Lisa Edelstein attends the first part of the Television Academy's Creative Arts Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Sept. 11, 2021.

RuPaul poses with his Emmys for best host for a reality or competition program and best unstructured reality program during the second part of the Television Academy's Creative Arts Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Sept. 12, 2021.

Emmanuel Acho poses with his Emmy for best short form nonfiction or reality series for "Uncomfortable Conversations with a Black Man" during the second part of the Television Academy's Creative Arts Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Sept. 12, 2021.

J.B. Smoove poses with his award for best actor in a short form comedy or drama series for "Mapleworth Murders" during the third part of the Television Academy's Creative Arts Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Sept. 12, 2021.

Marlee Matlin attends the first part of the Television Academy's Creative Arts Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Sept. 11, 2021.

Bernadette Peters attends the third part of the Television Academy's Creative Arts Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Sept. 12, 2021.

Ming-Na Wen attends the first part of the Television Academy's Creative Arts Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Sept. 11, 2021.

Yvette Nicole Brown attends the third part of the Television Academy's Creative Arts Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Sept. 12, 2021.

Alex Borstein attends the first part of the Television Academy's Creative Arts Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Sept. 11, 2021.

Angelica Ross attends the first part of the Television Academy's Creative Arts Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Sept. 11, 2021.

"Grace and Frankie" star June Diane Raphael attends the first part of the Television Academy's Creative Arts Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Sept. 11, 2021.

"The Underground Railroad" star Thuso Mebdu attends the first part of the Television Academy's Creative Arts Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Sept. 11, 2021.

Roselyn Sánchez attends the first part of the Television Academy's Creative Arts Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Sept. 11, 2021.

Nicole Byer attends the third part of the Television Academy's Creative Arts Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Sept. 12, 2021.

"Shark Tank" star Barbara Corcoran attends the second part of the Television Academy's Creative Arts Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Sept. 12, 2021.

"Rutherford Falls" star Jana Schmieding attends the second part of the Television Academy's Creative Arts Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Sept. 12, 2021.

Linda Phan and Drew Scott attend the second part of the Television Academy's Creative Arts Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Sept. 12, 2021.

Tony Goldwyn attends the third part of the Television Academy's Creative Arts Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Sept. 12, 2021.

Daniel Dae Kim attends the third part of the Television Academy's Creative Arts Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Sept. 12, 2021.

"Ted Lasso" star Brendan Hunt attends the first part of the Television Academy's Creative Arts Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Sept. 11, 2021.

"Nine Perfect Strangers" and "The Good Place" actor Manny Jacinto attends the third part of the Television Academy's Creative Arts Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Sept. 12, 2021.

"Manifest" star Matt Long attends the third part of the Television Academy's Creative Arts Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Sept. 12, 2021.

Paul Scheer attends the first part of the Television Academy's Creative Arts Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Sept. 11, 2021.

Tituss Burgess attends the second part of the Television Academy's Creative Arts Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Sept. 12, 2021.

Ross Mathews attends the second part of the Television Academy's Creative Arts Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Sept. 12, 2021.

Laz Alonzo attends the first part of the Television Academy's Creative Arts Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Sept. 11, 2021.

W. Kamau Bell attends the second part of the Television Academy's Creative Arts Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Sept. 12, 2021.

"Candyman" and "Hacks" star Carl Clemons-Hopkins attends the first part of the Television Academy's Creative Arts Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Sept. 11, 2021.

Maz Jobrani attends the first part of the Television Academy's Creative Arts Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Sept. 11, 2021.

Our key takeaways from the 2021 Creative Arts Emmys Awards

The A.V. Club 13 September, 2021 - 10:18am

Bo Burnham is now an Emmy winner! The comedian and multi-hyphenate’s Netflix special Bo Burnham: Inside earned him three awards: Outstanding Music Direction, Outstanding Directing For A Variety Special, and Outstanding Writing For A Variety Special. It’s a vindicating moment after his critically acclaimed film Eight Grade became one of 2019's biggest Oscar snubs.

Given how many successful projects Netflix produces, it’s not a huge surprise that the streaming giant took home the most awards. Some streamer-specific highlights include: Claire Foy winning Outstanding Guest Actress In A Drama Series for her role as Queen Elizabeth II in The Crown; Dolly Parton’s Christmas On The Square winning Outstanding Television Movie; and The Queen’s Gambit winning Outstanding Casting For A Limited Or Anthology Series Or Movie.

As reported by Deadline, Maya Rudolph is now the first person in 20 years to win twice in the same category—twice. Rudolph also became the third Black woman to win consecutive Emmys. She took home awards for Outstanding Character Voice-Over Performance as Connie The Hormone Monstress on Big Mouth and Outstanding Guest Actress In A Comedy Series for hosting Saturday Night Live.

It would’ve been a major twist if Ted Lasso had gone home empty-handed. But thankfully, Apple TV’s favorite child won Outstanding Casting For A Comedy Series, Outstanding Single-Camera Picture Editing For A Comedy Series, and Outstanding Sound Mixing For A Comedy Or Drama Series (Half-Hour).

‘The Queen’s Gambit’ Dominates the Emmy Craft Awards Across the Board

Yahoo Entertainment 12 September, 2021 - 09:32pm

We’ll have to wait and see if this translates to “The Queen’s Gambit” winning Outstanding Limited Series at the 73rd Primetime Emmy Awards on September 19. Regardless, Frank assembled a talented team of craftspeople (including cinematographer Steven Meizler, production designer Uli Hanisch, costume designer Gabriele Binder, editor Michelle Tesoro, composer Carlos Rafael Rivera, and sound designer Wylie Stateman) for conveying an almost surreal mood and atmosphere to Beth’s rite of passage.

But the big question for Tesoro was: What is too much chess? The answer: Play the faces more than the chess. And once viewers got their first glimpse of Beth, they were hooked and carried along by the ’60s glam appeal of sex, drugs, alcohol, and rock, as well as the fascination of chess as a metaphor for power and control in a male-dominated sport.

Coming in second was Lucasfilm’s “The Mandalorian” (from Disney+), which commanded seven Emmys, equaling Season 1. Jon Favreau’s virtual production game changer, powered by Industrial Light & Magic’s StageCraft 2.0 inside an expanded LED volume stage, earned awards for half-hour cinematography (Matthew Jensen), original dramatic score (the second straight from composer Ludwig Göransson), prosthetic makeup, sound mixing, special visual effects (for the menacing Krayt Dragon and ice spiders), stunt coordination, and stunt performance.

Meanwhile, Marvel’s “WandaVision” (also from Disney+) was rewarded with three Emmys for its imaginative sitcom-centric world: sci-fi/fantasy costumes, original music and lyrics (“Agatha All Along,” Kristen Anderson-Lopez, Robert Lopez), and production design (half-hour).

Also winning three Emmys apiece were Netflix’s “The Crown,” which introduced Margaret Thatcher (Gillian Anderson) and Lady Diana Spencer (Emma Corrin) to the royal family saga; Apple TV+’s infectious “Ted Lasso” soccer comedy-drama; and FX’s “Pose,” the groundbreaking series about ballroom culture in the ’80s, which concluded its three-season run. “The Crown” won for cinematography (the second for Adriano Goldman), casting, and editing; “Ted Lasso” scored for casting, editing, and sound mixing; and “Pose” earned its first three craft awards for contemporary hairstyling, costumes, and non-prosthetic makeup.

Other highlights: HBO’s buzzy thriller, “Mare of Easttown,” won for contemporary production design, halting “The Handmaid’s Tale’s” four-year streak. Apple TV+’s “Boys State,” this year’s Grand Jury Prize winner for documentary at Sundance, in which a thousand Texas high school seniors gather for an elaborate mock exercise in creating their own state government, won the best doc Emmy. Paramount+’s “Star Trek: Discovery” earned VFX for a single episode (“Su’kal”). HBO’s “The Flight Attendant” comedy-drama snagged original main title theme (Blake Neely), and HBO’s predominantly Black British drama, “I May Destroy You,” was distinguished for its music supervision.

On the animation front, “Genndy Tartakovsky’s Primal,” the 2D auteur’s very graphic pre-historic survival adventure (from Adult Swim/Cartoon Network), captured its first animated program Emmy. In addition, Netflix’s “Love, Death & Robots” anthology from Blur Studios snagged six awards for short form (“Ice”), sound editing, and four juried prizes for individual achievement: Robert Valley, production designer (“Ice”); Patricio Betteo, background artist (“Ice”); Dan Gill, stop-motion animator (“All Through the House”); and Laurent Nicholas, character designer (“Automated Customer Service”).

There were some snubs, however, thanks in part to the dominance of “The Queens’ Gambit.” Chief among them were Amazon Prime Video’s two powerful dramas led by Black creatives in front of and behind the camera: “The Underground Railroad,” Barry Jenkins’ Impressionistic historical fantasy about slavery and emancipation, and “Small Axe,” Steve McQueen’s period anthology about West Indian immigrants living in London. “The Underground Railroad” was denied recognition for any of its five nominations so far (two more categories will be announced at the Primetime ceremony), while “Small Axe” failed to win for its lone nomination: Shabier Kirchner’s gritty cinematography. Additionally, HBO’s “Lovecraft Country,” which garnered 11 nominations, only came away with two wins, for sound editing and Courtney B. Vance as Guest Actor in a Drama Series. Also shut out were Hulu’s “The Handmaid’s Tale,” which is a first after four seasons, and HBO’s “Perry Mason.”

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