Night #5 of 2020 Creative Arts Emmy Awards Winners Announced

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RuPaul accepts the Emmy for Outstanding Host For A Reality Or Competition Program for ‘RuPaul’s Drag Race’ during the 2020 Creative Arts Emmy Awards telecast

Los Angeles, CA — The Television Academy tonight hosted the finale for its 2020 Creative Arts Emmy® Awards ceremonies honoring outstanding artistic and technical achievement in television on FXX. The ceremony awarded many talented artists and craftspeople in an eclectic mix of categories across all genres.

Leslie Odom Jr. presents the Emmy for Outstanding Guest Actress In A Comedy Series to Maya Rudolph for “Saturday Night Live” for “Host: Eddie Murphy” during the 2020 Creative Arts Emmy Awards telecast

The ceremony was hosted by Emmy-nominated host Nicole Byer, and featured presenters from some of the season’s most popular shows including Kareem Abdul-Jabbar (Black Patriots: Heroes of the Revolution), Jeff Bridges (The Old Man), Rose Byrne (Mrs. America), Bobby Cannavale (Homecoming), Gina Carano (The Mandalorian), RuPaul Charles (RuPaul’s Drag Race), Laverne Cox (Orange Is the New Black; Disclosure), Giancarlo Esposito (The Mandalorian; Better Call Saul), Brandee Evans (P-Valley), Josh Flagg (Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles), Jeannie Gaffigan (Dinner with the Gaffigans), Jim Gaffigan (Dinner with the Gaffigans), Chris Hardwick (The Wall; The Talking Dead), Jerry Harris (Cheer), John Hodgman (Dicktown from Cake), Sofia Hublitz (Ozark), Gabriel Iglesias (Mr. Iglesias), Thomas Lennon (Reno 911), Dylan McDermott (Hollywood), Justin H. Min (The Umbrella Academy), Desus Nice & The Kid Mero (Desus & Mero), Daryl Mitchell (NCIS: New Orleans), Hilarie Burton Morgan (Friday Night In With The Morgans), Jeffrey Dean Morgan (Friday Night In With The Morgans; The Walking Dead), Erin Moriarty (The Boys), Lamorne Morris (Woke), Leslie Odom Jr. (Central Park), Jeremy Pope (Hollywood), Jeff Probst (Survivor), Issa Rae (A Black Lady Sketch Show; Insecure), Monica Raymund (Hightown), Rob Riggle (Holey Moley), Drew Scott (Property Brothers: Forever Home; Brother vs. Brother), J.B. Smoove (Curb Your Enthusiasm), Wanda Sykes (Crank Yankers; The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel) and Tracy Tutor (Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles).

Laverne Cox presents the Emmy for Outstanding Guest Actor In A Comedy Series to Eddie Murphy for “Saturday Night Live” for “Host: Eddie Murphy” during the 2020 Creative Arts Emmy Awards telecast

The 2020 Creative Arts Emmy Awards streamed on Emmys.com for four consecutive nights, Monday, Sept. 14, through Thursday, Sept. 17, all of which are now available to watch on Emmys.com. Tonight was the final Creative Arts ceremony, broadcast nationwide on FXX. Winners’ names are known only by Ernst & Young LLP until they are revealed to the director of the Emmys ceremony as the show is airing. All five shows were produced by Bob Bain Productions.

Emmy history was made when Ron Cephas Jones won the Emmy for Outstanding Guest Actor in a Drama Series, joining his daughter Jasmine Cephas Jones, who was named Outstanding Actress in a Short Form Comedy or Drama Series earlier this week, to become the first father-daughter duo to win Emmys in the same year at the 2020 Creative Arts Emmy Awards.
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