2017 Creative Arts Emmy Award held in Los Angeles
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The 2017 Creative Arts Emmy Awards, which honors outstanding artistic and technical achievement in a variety of television programming, was held at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles on Saturday night.
More than 40 awards were announced on the first of the two-night presentation. Netflix documentary "13th" and Cartoon Network's "Samurai Jack" were big winners, each winning four awards.
"13th" won for documentary special as well as writing, motion design and original music and lyrics for "The Letter to the Free". The awards won by "Samurai Jack" were for individual achievement.
Netflix documentary "13th" /Photo via IMDb.com

Netflix documentary "13th" /Photo via IMDb.com

The program "RuPaul's Drag Race" was also a big winner, taking three awards.
The program "Carpool Karaoke Primetime Special 2017" of CBS was the winner of the Variety Special Award. ABC company's "Shark Tank" won the Structured Reality Program award.
James Corden /Getty Images

James Corden /Getty Images

Saturday's ceremony focused on awards for reality, documentary and animated programs. Sunday's presentation will focus on scripted programming. The remaining kudos in high-profile categories will be handed out on Sept. 17 at a ceremony telecast live on CBS, according to Variety.
Most people might be familiar with the Oscars and Emmy Awards, which honor the actresses and actors with excellent performances in Hollywood movies and American TV shows. The Creative Arts Emmy Awards were set to recognize the staff behind the screen and make a great contribution in terms of technique to the creation of TV programs. Often times, these are the video editors, costume designers, sound editors and picture editors. 
(Top image credit to variety.com)
Source(s): Xinhua News Agency