HBO’s Game of Thrones tops first Emmys

The first ceremony for the 2015 Creative Arts Emmys took place Saturday in LA, honoring guest performers and behind-the-scenes talent. HBO was the big winner with 29 awards, followed by 11 for NBC and eight for ABC. HBO’s Game of Thrones grabbed eight statuettes, followed by five for FX’s American Horror Story: Freak Show. Amazon landed its first three Emmys, all for Transparent, and WGN America got its first award, for main title design on Manhattan. For a complete list of winners go here. An edited version of the event airs on FXX Saturday, September 19 at 8p and 10:30p.

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