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Apple TV+ Triumphs with Four Wins at Creative Arts Emmys

Apple TV+ celebrated a victorious night at the Creative Arts Emmy Awards, clinching four prestigious wins. The acclaimed comedy “Ted Lasso” led the charge, securing two Emmys on the first night. Notably, other Apple TV+ productions, “Black Bird” and “Five Days at Memorial,” also emerged victorious in their respective categories.

The sports comedy sensation, “Ted Lasso,” maintained its award-winning streak, earning top honors in two categories. Deadline reports that Sam Richardson’s portrayal of Edwin Akufo earned him the Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series award. Additionally, the collaborative effort of Ed Sheeran, Foy Vance, and Max Martin resulted in the Outstanding Original Music and Lyrics award for the “Ted Lasso” combo “So Long, Farewell/A Beautiful Game.”

The compelling series “Five Days at Memorial” received well-deserved recognition for its episode titled “Day Two.” This installment secured the Outstanding Special Visual Effects in a Single Episode award, showcasing the show’s excellence in visual storytelling.

The director of photography for “Black Bird,” Natalie Kingston, achieved the Outstanding Cinematography for a Limited or Anthology Series or Movie award. Kingston’s expertise in capturing visually stunning scenes added another accolade to Apple TV+’s impressive list of wins.

While these victories mark a remarkable start for Apple TV+ at the Creative Arts Emmys, more awards are yet to be announced on the second night of the event. Viewers can catch an edited presentation of the ceremony on FXX on January 13, offering a glimpse into the highlights of this prestigious celebration of outstanding achievements in television. Stay tuned for more updates on Apple TV+’s continued success in the world of entertainment.

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