HBO Rules at Creative Arts Emmys

Sep 12, 2004  •  Post A Comment

HBO racked up a total of 16 awards at the 56th Annual Primetime Creative Arts Emmy Awards Sunday night at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, nine more than any other network.

The HBO drama “Carnivale” contributed to the network’s success, pulling in five awards, including outstanding cinematography for a multi-camera series and outstanding art direction for a single-camera series.

Also adding to HBO’s total was “Angels in America,” which won outstanding makeup for a miniseries or a special (non-prosthetic), and “Deadwood,” which won outstanding sound editing for a series.

NBC’s “Frasier” tied “Angels in America” with four awards, second behind “Carnivale.” “Frasier’s” four Emmys included outstanding art direction for a multicamera series and outstanding multicamera sound mixing for a series or special.

Other winners included Bravo’s “Queer Eye for the Straight Guy,” which won outstanding reality program, and HBO’s “Happy to Be Nappy and Other Stories of Me,” which won outstanding children’s program.

William Shatner and Sharon Stone won awards for outstanding guest actors in a drama series, both for their performances on “The Practice.”

Laura Linney and John Turturro were honored as outstanding guest actors in a comedy series. Ms. Linney won for her character Charlotte on “Frasier” and Mr. Turturro for his role as Ambrose Monk on “Monk.”

A complete list of winners can been found at www.emmys.com.