These 13 Netflix shows just won 2019 Emmy Awards: ‘Russian Doll,’ ‘When They See Us,’ ‘Queer Eye’ …

With the 2019 Creative Arts Emmys weekend behind us, HBO and Netflix have bragging rights for taking home the most trophies so far, with HBO winning 25 and Netflix scoring 23. However, most of HBO’s haul came for “Game of Thrones” (10, to be exact), whereas Netflix’s tally is spread out among a whopping 13 different shows. Animated program “Love, Death & Robots” topped all Netflix fare with five victories thanks to those quirky juried awards, while reality program “Queer Eye” and comedy series “Russian Doll” came in with four and three wins, respectively. Below, see the complete list of Netflix shows that won Creative Arts Emmy Awards.

Of course, Netflix contends for even more Emmys when the the main Primetime telecast airs Sunday, September 22 on Fox. That’s when the top program categories like Best Comedy Series, Best Drama Series and Best Limited Series will be handed out, as well as the lead and supporting acting races. Netflix shows up for consideration that night will be “Russian Doll,” “Dead to Me,” “The Kominsky Method” and “GLOW” in comedy, “Ozark,” “Bodyguard” and “House of Cards” in drama, “When They See Us” and “Black Mirror: Bandersnatch” in movie/limited series and “Nailed It” in reality.

According to Gold Derby’s combined racetrack odds, the streaming service will win an additional four prizes next week for two programs: “When They See Us” for Best Limited Series, lead actor Jharrel Jerome and director Ava DuVernay, and “Ozark” for Julia Garner in Best Drama Supporting Actress.

Here are the 13 Netflix shows that have already won Emmys in 2019:

“Love, Death & Robots” – 5
Best Short Form Animated Program
Best Individual Achievement in Animation x 4

“Queer Eye” – 4
Best Structured Reality Program
Best Reality Casting
Best Reality Directing
Best Reality Picture Editing

“Russian Doll” – 3
Best Half-Hour Cinematography
Best Contemporary Costumes
Best Half-Hour Production Design

“Our Planet” – 2
Best Documentary/Nonfiction Series
Best Narrator (David Attenborough)

“Black Mirror: Bandersnatch” – 1
Best Creative Achievement in Interactive Media

“Carmen Sandiego” – 1
Best Individual Achievement in Animation

“GLOW” – 1
Best Comedy Stunts

“Hannah Gadsby: Nanette” – 1
Best Variety Special Writing

“One Day at a Time” – 1
Best Multi-Camera Picture Editing

“Patriot Act With Hasan Minhaj” – 1
Best Motion Design

“The Ranch” – 1
Best Multi-Camera Cinematography

“Springsteen On Broadway” – 1
Best Variety Special Directing

“When They See Us” – 1
Best Movie/Limited Series Casting

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