2017 Emmys: 33 TV Shows That Already Won

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2017 Emmys: 33 TV Shows That Already Won

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2017 Emmys: 33 TV Shows That Already Won

The 69th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards are still a week away, but there are too many awards to give out in one telecast!

Thus, some of the more technical categories — as well as a couple acting categories — got their moment in the spotlight at the 2017 Creative Arts Emmys on September 9 and 10.

Flip through the gallery above to check out 33 of the shows that got honors this year.

The 2017 Creative Arts Emmys will be televised on Saturday, September 16 at 8 p.m. ET on FXX. The 2017 Primetime Emmys air live on Sunday, September 17 at 8 p.m. ET.

2017 Emmys: 33 TV Shows That Already Won
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1. ‘American Horror Story: Roanoke’

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1. ‘American Horror Story: Roanoke’

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The most secretive season of the FX frightfest won for Outstanding Prosthetic Makeup.

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2. ‘Better Call Saul’

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2. ‘Better Call Saul’

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This Breaking Bad spin-off claimed the award for Outstanding Short Form Comedy or Drama Series for Los Pollos Hermanos Employee Training.

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3. ‘The Big Bang Theory’

3. ‘The Big Bang Theory’

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This nerdy CBS sitcom won Outstanding Picture Editing – Comedy (Multi-Camera).

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4. ‘Big Little Lies’

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4. ‘Big Little Lies’

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HBO’s star-studded miniseries won Outstanding Casting – Limited Series, Outstanding Costumes – Contemporary, and Outstanding Music Supervision (thanks to that little girl’s iPod deejaying!).

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5. ‘Born This Way’

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5. ‘Born This Way’

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This docuseries about folks living with Down syndrome won Outstanding Casting - Reality and Outstanding Cinematography for a Reality Program.

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6. ‘The Crown’

6. ‘The Crown’

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We are pleased: Netflix’s royal drama Outstanding Costumes – Period/Fantasy and Outstanding Production Design – Period

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7. ‘The Daily Show’

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7. ‘The Daily Show’

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The Trevor Noah-hosted news show won Outstanding Short Form Variety Series.

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8. ‘Dancing With the Stars’

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8. ‘Dancing With the Stars’

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ABC’s long-running ballroom competition took the prize for Outstanding Lighting Design/Lighting Direction – Variety Series. Also, choreographer Mandy Moore tied for Outstanding Choreography with SYTYCD’s Travis Wall.

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9. ‘Family Guy’

9. ‘Family Guy’

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Seth MacFarlane won Outstanding Character Voice-Over Performance for his FOX claim to fame.

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10. ‘Feud: Bette and Joan’

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10. ‘Feud: Bette and Joan’

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The first season of Ryan Murphy’s latest FX anthology won Outstanding Non-Prosthetic Makeup – Limited Series and Outstanding Hairstyling – Limited Series.

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11. ‘Full Frontal With Samantha Bee’

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11. ‘Full Frontal With Samantha Bee’

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TBS’s current affairs satire won Outstanding Writing – Variety Series for its Not The White House Correspondents' Dinner, making writer Ashley Nicole Black the first black woman to win the category.

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12. ‘Gotham’

12. ‘Gotham’

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FOX’s origin story for Batman and his foes won Outstanding Special Visual Effects, Supporting.

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13. ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’

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13. ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’

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Alexis Bledel took home the award for Outstanding Drama Guest Actress for this dystopian Hulu drama.

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14. ‘Hairspray Live!’

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14. ‘Hairspray Live!’

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NBC’s live production of this beloved musical nabbed awards for Outstanding Production Design – Variety, Nonfiction, Event or Award Special, Outstanding Hairstyling – Multi-Camera Series or Special, and Outstanding Technical Direction, Camerawork, Video Control – Limited Series, Movie or Special.

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15. ‘House of Cards’

15. ‘House of Cards’

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Netflix’s White House saga won Outstanding Music Composition – Series.

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16. ‘Last Week Tonight With John Oliver’

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16. ‘Last Week Tonight With John Oliver’

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2016 wasn’t a total wash for John Oliver. His HBO show won Outstanding Picture Editing – Variety Programming.

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17. ‘Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath’

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17. ‘Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath’

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The King of Queens alum and her team won Outstanding Informational Series or Special for this A&E reality show.

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18. ‘Marvel’s Luke Cage’

18. ‘Marvel’s Luke Cage’

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Such muscles! The Harlem-set superhero drama won Outstanding Stunt Coordination – Drama/Limited.

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19. ‘Master of None’

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19. ‘Master of None’

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Aziz Ansari’s Netflix dramedy won Outstanding Picture Editing – Comedy (Single-Camera).

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20. ‘Mozart in the Jungle’

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20. ‘Mozart in the Jungle’

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Music to our ears! Amazon’s show about a symphony orchestra won Outstanding Sound Mixing – Half-Hour.

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21. ‘The Night Of’

21. ‘The Night Of’

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This sobering HBO crime drama won Outstanding Cinematography – Limited Series, Outstanding Picture Editing – Limited Series, Outstanding Sound Editing – Limited Series, and Outstanding Sound Mixing – Limited Series.

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22. ‘O.J.: Made in America’

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22. ‘O.J.: Made in America’

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This documentary about O.J. Simpson’s early years won Outstanding Directing – Nonfiction Program.

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23. ‘Planet Earth II’

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23. ‘Planet Earth II’

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The latest edition of BBC America’s sweeping nature docuseries won Outstanding Documentary Series and Outstanding Cinematography – Nonfiction Program.

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24. ‘The Ranch’

24. ‘The Ranch’

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This Ashton Kutcher sitcom won Outstanding Cinematography – Multi-Camera.

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25. ‘RuPaul’s Drag Race’

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25. ‘RuPaul’s Drag Race’

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RuPaul Charles sashayed away with the prize for Outstanding Host – Reality or Reality Competition Program for emceeing this drag queen competition.

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26. ‘Saturday Night Live’

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26. ‘Saturday Night Live’

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Melissa McCarthy and Dave Chappelle took home awards for their guest roles on this NBC institution, which also won Outstanding Production Design – Variety, Nonfiction, Reality or Reality-Competition Series, Outstanding Makeup – Multi-Camera Series or Special, and Outstanding Technical Direction, Camerawork, Video Control – Series.

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27. ‘Shameless’

27. ‘Shameless’

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This Showtime family comedy won for Outstanding Stunt Coordination – Comedy/Variety.

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28. ‘Shark Tank’

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28. ‘Shark Tank’

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Even more success for this ABC venture capitalist show, which won Outstanding Structured Reality Program.

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29. ‘So You Think You Can Dance’

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29. ‘So You Think You Can Dance’

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Choreographer Travis Wall shared the honor of Outstanding Choreography with DWTS’s Mandy Moore.

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30. ‘Stranger Things’

30. ‘Stranger Things’

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No Upside-Down shenanigans here! Netflix’s ‘80s-set thriller won Outstanding Casting – Drama, Outstanding Main Title Theme Music, Outstanding Main Title Design, Outstanding Picture Editing – Drama, and Outstanding Sound Editing – Series

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31. ‘This Is Us’

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31. ‘This Is Us’

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Gerald McRaney won Outstanding Drama Guest Actor for his role on NBC’s decades-spanning family drama.

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32. ‘Veep’

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32. ‘Veep’

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Julia Louis Dreyfus’s White House comedy won Outstanding Casting – Comedy, Outstanding Production Design – Half-Hour, and Outstanding Cinematography – Single Camera (Half Hour).

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33. ‘Westworld’

33. ‘Westworld’

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HBO’s Western-veneered techno-thriller won Outstanding Special Visual Effects, Outstanding Sound Mixing – One-Hour, Outstanding Hairstyling – Single-Camera, Outstanding Non-Prosthetic Makeup – Single-Camera, and Outstanding Creative Achievement in Interactive Media Within a Scripted Program.

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The 69th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards are still a week away, but there are too many awards to give out in one telecast!

Thus, some of the more technical categories — as well as a couple acting categories — got their moment in the spotlight at the 2017 Creative Arts Emmys on September 9 and 10.

Flip through the gallery above to check out 33 of the shows that got honors this year.

The 2017 Creative Arts Emmys will be televised on Saturday, September 16 at 8 p.m. ET on FXX. The 2017 Primetime Emmys air live on Sunday, September 17 at 8 p.m. ET.