Here are the 14 Netflix shows that won Emmys in 2019: ‘Ozark,’ ‘When They See Us,’ ‘Black Mirror’ …

Time to get your stream on! Netflix dominated the 2019 Emmy Awards with 27 total victories spread out over 14 different shows. A whopping 23 of those trophies were handed out last week at the 2019 Creative Arts Emmys, while these 4 were awarded during Sunday’s Primetime ceremony: Best Drama Supporting Actress for Julia Garner (“Ozark”), Best Drama Directing for Jason Bateman (“Ozark”), Best Limited Series Actor for Jharrel Jerome (“When They See us”) and Best TV Movie for “Black Mirror: Bandersnatch.” Below, see the complete list of Netflix shows that won Emmys.

Animated program “Love, Death & Robots” topped all Netflix fare in 2019 with five Creative Arts victories, thanks to those quirky juried awards. Reality program “Queer Eye” was next in line with four wins, followed by comedy series “Russian Doll” at three statuettes.

Telefilm “Black Mirror: Bandersnatch,” nature doc “Our Planet,” drama series “Ozark” and limited series “When They See Us” all came in with two wins apiece. Finally, winning one trophy each were “Carmen Sandiego,” “GLOW,” “Hannah Gadsby: Nanette,” “One Day at a Time,” “Patriot Act With Hasan Minhaj,” “The Ranch” and “Springsteen On Broadway.”

Despite all the numerous accolades, Netflix still has yet to win a series race at the Emmys. Maybe next year?

Here are the 14 Netflix shows that 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

“Black Mirror: Bandersnatch” – 2
Bsest TV Movie
Best Creative Achievement in Interactive Media

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

“Ozark” – 2
Best Drama Supporting Actress (Julia Garner)
Best Drama Directing (Jason Bateman)

“When They See Us” – 2
Best Limited Series Actor (Jharrel Jerome)
Best Movie/Limited Series Casting

“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

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