2023 Creative Arts Emmys: Wrexham Triumphs, RuPaul Makes History
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2023 Creative Arts Emmys: Wrexham Triumphs, RuPaul Makes History

8 January 2024
2 min.
2023 Creative Arts Emmys: Wrexham Triumphs, RuPaul Makes History

Victorious Vibes

The Peacock Theater in Los Angeles was abuzz with excitement as it hosted the second night of the Creative Arts Emmys, a grand celebration of television’s outstanding achievements.

Highlights from the First Night

The first night was a testament to the power of storytelling, with “The Last of Us” leading the pack with eight wins. “The White Lotus” and “The Bear” also made their mark, each securing four victories, while “Beef” rounded off the night with three wins.

A Night Dedicated to Diversity

The second evening saw a shift in focus to competition, unscripted, and documentary programs. Hulu’s “Welcome to Wrexham” emerged as the star of the night with five wins, closely followed by “Still: A Michael J. Fox Movie,” which bagged four Emmys.

Historic Wins and Recognition

Stephanie Filo etched her name in history by receiving nominations for three different shows, becoming the first Black female editor to achieve this feat in a single year. Alongside editors Malinda Zehner Guerra and Taylor Joy Mason, Filo clinched the Emmy for picture editing for variety programming with HBO’s “A Black Lady Sketch Show.”

Adding to the historic wins, actress Keke Palmer became the first Black woman to receive an Emmy for outstanding host for a game show, winning for “Password.” Palmer shared her excitement and aspirations to expand her career beyond acting.

Touching Tributes and Memorable Moments

The event was marked by heartfelt tributes, including producer Davis Guggenheim’s emotional dedication to Michael J. Fox for “Still: A Michael J Fox Movie.” Guggenheim lauded Fox’s resilience and ability to find humor and wisdom amidst challenges.

“The 1619 Project” clinched the Emmy for documentary or non-fiction series, marking a milestone for Onyx Collective with its first Emmy win in its inaugural year of eligibility.

RuPaul continued his winning streak with an eighth consecutive win for reality or competition program host, offering words of encouragement to aspiring individuals in the industry.

The evening concluded on a poignant note as Carol Burnett, overwhelmed with emotions, received the final award and left the audience with a simple message: “Drive home safely.”

For the complete list of winners, please refer to the official Emmy’s website.

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