The 2018 Emmys ceremony is officially starting in a few minutes, but let's not forget that a lot of your favorites already have their awards in the bag. The Creative Arts Emmys, held annually the week before the main Emmys ceremony, celebrate "artistic and technical achievement" in television, as well as guest actor roles, and work in the animation, reality and documentary categories. In other words, it's everything you don't see on television during the main ceremony.
Tiffany Haddish won her well-deserved award for SNL in the Best Comedy Guest Actress category, while Samira Wiley, Ron Cephas Jones and Katt Williams won Guest Actress and Actor prizes for The Handmaid's Tale, This Is Us and Atlanta respectively.
Netflix's Queer Eye won a number of awards – including Best Structured Reality Program, Best Reality Casting, Best Cinematography (Reality) and Best Picture Editing – and the Fab Five showed up looking fittingly 🔥🔥🔥
Anthony Bourdain won posthumous awards for outstanding writing for a nonfiction program, and outstanding informational series or special, both for Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown,
Netflix had a strong night at the Creative Arts Emmys overall: GLOW's stunt coordinator Shauna Duggins became the first woman ever to win in the Stunt Coordination category, and Wild Wild Country won Best Documentary/Nonfiction Special.
In other major news, John Legend officially became an EGOT during the 2018 Creative Arts Emmys, making history as the first African American man to achieve that rarified honor. Legend won in the
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