Emmys 2016: TV shows (‘Game of Thrones,’ ‘People v. O.J. Simpson’) and networks (HBO, FX) with most wins

The most awarded program at Sunday night’s Primetime Emmy Awards telecast was “The People v. O.J. Simpson” winning five of its six races including Best Limited Series. Up next was “Game of Thrones” with three wins, including Best Drama Series while Best Comedy Series champ “Veep” won just two as did rival laffer “Transparent.”

But that doesn’t tell the whole story. Most Emmy Awards were actually given out at last weekend’s Creative Arts Awards, where the big winner among drama series (and overall) was “Game of Thrones” with a record nine awards while “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend” was the top comedy taking home two. “O.J.” claimed four as did “Grease: Live” while “Last Week Tonight with John Oliver” and “Saturday Night Live” were the most cited variety programs with two wins apiece.

Below is the scorecard of all the programs and TV networks that had multiple wins this year at the Primetime and Creative Arts Emmys combined.

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TV PROGRAMS

12 wins
“Game Of Thrones” (3 Primetime + 9 Creative Arts)

Nine wins
“The People v. O.J. Simpson” (5 Primetime + 4 Creative Arts)

Five wins
“Grease: Live” (1 Primetime + 4 Creative Arts)

Four wins
“Making a Murderer” (4 Creative Arts)

Three wins
“Cartel Land” (3 Creative Arts)
“Downton Abbey” (1 Primetime + 2 Creative Arts)
“Last Week Tonight with John Oliver” (1 Primetime + 2 Creative Arts)
“Saturday Night Live” (1 Primetime + 2 Creative Arts)
“Transparent” (2 Primetime+ 1 Creative Arts)
“Veep” (2 Primetime + 1 Creative Arts)

Two wins
“Adventure Time” (2 Creative Arts)
“American Horror Story: Hotel” (2 Creative Arts)
“Childrens Hospital” (2 Creative Arts)
“Crazy Ex-Girlfriend” (2 Creative Arts)
“Fargo” (2 Creative Arts)
“Key and Peele” (1 Primetime + 1 Creative Arts)
“Live from Lincoln Center” (2 Creative Arts)
“Mr. Robot” (1 Primetime + 1 Creative Arts)
“The Night Manager” (1 Primetime + 1 Creative Arts)
“The Man in the High Castle” (2 Creative Arts)
“Saturday Night Live” (2 Creative Arts)
“Sherlock: The Abominable Bride” (1 Primetime + 1 Creative Arts)
“The Voice” (1 Primetime + 1 Creative Arts)

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TV NETWORKS

HBO — 22 Wins
(6 Primetime + 16 Creative Arts)

FX — 18 Wins
(6 Primetime + 12 Creative Arts)

Netflix — 9 Wins
(3 Primetime + 6 Creative Arts)

PBS — 8 Wins
(2 Primetime + 6 Creative Arts)

Amazon Instant — 6 Wins
(2 Primetime + 4 Creative Arts)

NBC — 6 Wins
(2 Primetime + 4 Creative Arts)

FOX — 6 Wins
(1 Primetime + 5 Creative Arts)

ABC — 4 Wins
(1 Primetime + 3 Creative Arts)

A&E — 4 Wins
(All Creative Arts)

Adult Swim — 4 Wins
(All Creative Arts)

Cartoon Network: 4 Wins
(All Creative Arts)

Comedy Central — 4 Wins
(1 Primetime + 3 Creative Arts)

CBS — 3 Wins
(All Creative Arts)

AMC — 2 Wins
(1 Primetime + 1 Creative Arts)

CNN — 2 Wins
(All Creative Arts)

CW — 2 Wins
(All Creative Arts)

National Geographic — 2 Wins
(All Creative Arts)

Showtime — 2 Wins
(All Creative Arts)

USA — 2 Wins
(1 Primetime + 1 Creative Arts)

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