‘The Last of Us’ Wins Eight on Night 1 of 2023 Creative Arts Emmys

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“The Last of Us,” “The White Lotus,” “The Bear,” and “Beef” all gained traction Saturday night with significant victories at the Creative Arts Emmy Awards.

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With eight wins, HBO’s “The Last of Us” was by far the favorite. Four awards were given to FX’s “The Bear,” Netflix’s “Wednesday,” and HBO’s “The White Lotus.” On the first night of the two-night Creative Arts Awards, Netflix’s “Beef” brought home three medals at the Peacock Theater in downtown Los Angeles.

Guest actor and actress in a drama series for Nick Offerman and Storm Reid were among the “Last of Us” winners. Visual effects, picture editing, sound editing, and other key craft categories were also awarded to the series.

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“Poker Face” star Judith Light won the award for guest actress in a comedy, while “Ted Lasso” fave Sam Richardson won the award for guest actor in a comedy.

Roku Channel defeated more known competitors to win the TV movie award with “Weird: The Al Yankovic Story.” Yankovic was on hand to accept the trophy, echoing other winners’ views about the significance of accepting one’s genuine self.

The Last of Us' Grabs 8 Wins on Night 1 of 2023 Creative Arts Emmys

“Live the life you desire.” Be as eccentric as you wish. “Believe me, you will never find true happiness until you truly accept who you are,” Yankovic stated as the “Weird” team won the night’s final award.

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“Daisy Jones & the Six” and “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” from Amazon Prime Video both took home two awards. For period attire, “Daisy Jones” reigned supreme. Backstage, costume designer Denise Wingate called the series “a gift” and mentioned that she grew up in Los Angeles in the 1970s, so she was extremely familiar with the show’s setting. “At a young age, I was sneaking into clubs with a fake ID.” So I felt like this was the first project where I knew I could be real,” she explained.

‘The Last of Us’ Wins Eight on Night 1 of 2023 Creative Arts Emmys

Casting for a limited or anthology series was one of the “Beef” victories. “Beef” casting director Charlene Lee specifically mentioned episode eight, which forced them to audition multiple actors playing the same roles at different ages. “It was a puzzle to put that together, and that was a fun search.” Lee went on to say. “It was rewarding to find each piece because it was a hard episode.”

The Creative Arts Emmys winners were emotional as usual, considering the importance of an Emmy victory for the careers of craft and technical professionals.

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“Oh my god, this is crazy,” John Koyama exclaimed as he won the award for stunt coordination for Prime Video’s “The Boys.” Much later in the three-hour presentation, cinematographer Natalie Kingston, who won for the limited series Apple TV+’s “Black Bird,” told the audience, “My 12-year-old self would be freaking out running around with a camcorder.”

The jury winners included HBO and Max’s “We’re Here,” Disney Plus’ “Ms. Marvel,” and ABC’s “Beauty and the Beast: A 30th Celebration,” as previously revealed.

The following is a continuous list of winners from the first night of the 2023 Creative Arts Emmy Awards.

 

(Top image: Al Yankovic, center right, with other winners from “Weird: The Al Yankovic Story.”)

Comedy Series Guest Actor

“The Bear,” Jon Bernthal

(“The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel”) Luke Kirby

(“Only Murders In The Building”) Nathan Lane

“Saturday Night Live” star Pedro Pascal

Platt, Oliver (“The Bear”)

“Ted Lasso” Sam Richardson

Excellent Choreography for Scripted Programming

• STARZ • STARZ Original Presents, Lionsgate Television, Snoot, Choreographer Jon Boogz • Blindspotting • Routines: The History / San Quentin Blues

The Rise of the Pink Ladies from Grease, Paramount+, Paramount Television Studios, Choreographer Jamal Sims, Routines: New Cool, Hand Jive / The Boom

The Rise of the Pink Ladies from Grease, Paramount+, Paramount Television Studios, Choreographer Jeffrey Mortensen, Louise Hradsky, Routines: Pulling Strings, Hit Me Again / High Rollin’
The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel • Routines: Trash Man / Dream Kitchen • Amazon Studios, Marguerite Derricks, Choreographer

• Routines: Bells And Whistles, Good Enough To Eat, and Bustin’ Out • Apple TV+ / Universal Television in cooperation with Apple, Choreographer Christopher Gattelli

A Drama Series is Casting

Bad Sisters • Apple TV+ • Merman / ABC Signature in collaboration with Apple, Nina Gold and Lucy Amos cast

Robert Sterne cast The Crown, a Netflix original film that Left Bank Pictures and Sony Pictures Television produced.

The Last of Us • HBO Max HBO, in collaboration with Sony Pictures Television Studios, PlayStation Productions, Word Games, The Mighty Mint, and Naughty Dog, presents The Last of Us. Victoria Thomas (CSA) did the casting, and Corrine Clark and Jennifer Page did the location casting.

• HBO Max • HBO in collaboration with Project Zeus, Hyberobject Industries, Gary Sanchez Productions, and Hot Seat Productions, with casting by Avy Kaufman (CSA).

Meredith Tucker, Casting by Francesco Vedovati (CSA), Location Casting Barbara Giordani (CSA), The White Lotus, HBO Max • HBO in partnership with Rip Cord and The District

Showtime: SHOWTIME Presents, Entertainment One, Yellowjackets Junie Lowry Johnson (CSA) cast, Libby Goldstein, LocationCorinne Clark (CSA) and Jennifer Page (CSA).


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