HBO topped the Creative Arts Emmys on Saturday with 17 awards, followed by ABC with 15 trophies, reports B&C.
"The Pacific," HBO’s miniseries about World War II, took six awards, while its movie "Temple Grandin" received two, the story says.
ABC’s Christmas special "Prep and Landing" won four awards, with three of them for Outstanding Individual Achievement in Animation, the article adds. ABC’s hit freshman comedy "Modern Family" won three trophies.
Neil Patrick Harris won an award for his appearance in "Glee" with the statue for Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series, as well as an unexpected win for host of the Outstanding Special Class Program, the Tony Awards. Because of an oversight by Tony producers, Harris wasn’t at first listed as a nominee, the article says.
For reality programs, Jeff Probst of "Survivor" won for Outstanding Host for a Reality Competition Program, marking his third win in a row.
Meanwhile, Betty White helped NBC win an award with her trophy for Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series, earned for her role as host on "Saturday Night Live." It marked one of NBC’s seven awards.