The two wins were for an episode hosted by Eddie Murphy, one of the show’s breakout stars.
Shanivari Night Live Won three Emmys at various focused Creative Arts Emmy Awards on Tuesday (15 September). SNL Now 80 Emmys have won, more than any other series in TV history. This year’s win includes a variety of sketch series for the fourth consecutive year, and two Emmys for the episode hosted by its breakout star, Eddie Murphy.
Tonight’s final week with John Oliver The night also won three Emmys. The HBO series has won an outstanding variety of talk series running for the past four years and Sunday is a great chance to televise Emmys for five straight years in that marquee category.
Three shows each won two Emmys on the night – Live in front of a studio audience: All in the family and good times; RuPaul’s Drag Race (Episode: “I’m That Bitch”); And Oscar.
This is the second year in a row Live in front of a studio audience The franchise has won a variety of specials (live). Last year, Live in front of a studio audience: Norman Lear All in the Family and The Jefferson accepted. This is certainly not for lack of competition: In both years, the franchise defeated The Oscars, The Golden Globes and The Tonys.
All in the family In the 70s Amy was juggling, winning four awards for Best Comedy Series, more than any other series in the decade. but Jefferson Won just two awards in his original run (one for star Isabel Sanford, the other for videotape editing). happy times He was never nominated for an Emmy.
RuPaul’s Drag Race The previous night’s Creative Arts Emmys also won two Emmys, which focused on reality and non-fictional programming. It won excellent casting for a reality program and excellent picture editing for a structured reality or competition program.
Carpool Karaoke: The Series Took the outstanding short form variety series for the third consecutive year. It is the ninth Emmy win since 2016 for executive producer Ben Winston, who is set to take over as the top producer of “Music’s Greatest Night”, beginning with the 63rd annual Grammy Awards in January.
Rieke Minor takes home the award for Outstanding Music Direction Kennedy Center Honors. This year’s edition of CBS Perennial emphasized a strong musical, including Honors Earth, Wind & Fire, Linda Ronstadt and Michael Tilson Thomas. This is Minor’s second Emmy victory.
Here is the complete list of winners from the second night of the Pre-Telecast Awards:
Excellent Variety Special (Live) – Live in front of a studio audience: All in the family and good times (Abc)
Excellent Small Variety Series – Carpool Karaoke: The Series (Apple TV)
Excellent Variety Sketch Series – Shanivari Night Live (NBC)
Excellent Music Direction – For ricky minor Kennedy Center Honors (CBS)
Excellent Direction for Variety Series – Shanivari Night Live (Episode: “Host: Eddie Murphy”), directed by Don Roy King (NBC)
Excellent Writing for Variety Series Last week tonight with john oliver (Hbo)
Excellent contemporary hairstyle for a variety, non-reality, or reality program –RuPaul’s Drag Race (Episode: “I’m That Bitch”) (VH1)
Excellent contemporary makeup for a variety of non-reality or reality programs (non-artificial) – RuPaul’s Drag Race (Episode: “I’m That Bitch”) (VH1)
Excellent costumes for various costumes, non-equal or reality shows – The mask singer (Episode: “Season Kick-Off Mask-Off: Group A”) (Fox)
Excellent lighting design for various types / lighting directions – Super Bowl LIV halftime show starring Jennifer Lopez and Shakira (Fox)
Excellent picture editing for a variety of programming – Last week tonight with john oliver – Ryan Barger (Section: “Eat sh! T, Bob!”) (HBO)
Excellent production design for diversity, reality or competition series Shanivari Night Live (Episode: “Host: Eddie Murphy”, “Host: John Mulne”) (NBC)
Excellent production design for various types – Oscar (Abc)
Excellent sound mix for variety series or special Oscar (Abc)
Excellent technical direction, camerawork, video control for a series – Tonight’s final week with John Oliver (Episode: “Episode 629”) (HBO)
Excellent technical direction, camerawork, video control for a particular Live in front of a studio audience: “All in the family” and “Good times” (Abc)
Nicole Baer, Emmy-nominated host nailed it!, Hosted Tuesday’s pre-telecast ceremony, as it did on Monday nights and on Wednesday and Thursday nights.
Presenters include Josh Flagg (Included)Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles), Chris Hardwick (The wall; The talking dead), Sophia Hublitz (Ozark), Thomas Lennon (Reno 911), Des Nice and The Kid Mero (Dessos and meros), Jeremy Pope (Hollywood), Issa Rae (A Black Lady Sketch Show; Unsafe) And Tracy Tutor (Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles).