This Netflix series—which combines comedy with hard-hitting political and cultural commentary—landed the Emmy for Outstanding Motion Design.
Elaine Lee won an Outstanding Individual Achievement in Animation award for “The Chasing Paper Caper,” an episode from Netflix’s origin story about the international criminal-turned-do-gooder.
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Kathryn Burns won her second Emmy for her work on the CW musical comedy, landing this year’s Emmy for Outstanding Choreography for Scripted Programming for the numbers “Don’t Be a Lawyer” and “Antidepressants Are So Not a Big Deal.”
Love, Death & Robots
Production designer Alberto Mielgo, background designer Jun-ho Kim, character animator David Pate, and storyboard artist Owen Sullivan landed Individual Achievement in Animation honors for their work on this Netflix sci-fi anthology.
Age of Sail
Production designer Céline Desrumaux, character designer Bruno Mangyoku, and color artist Jasmin Lai won Emmys for Individual Achievement in Animation for this nautical short film, which was published to YouTube as one of the Google Spotlight Stories.
This live-streamed Twitch series—in which viewers can influence the story of AI robot Sophie through live polls—nabbed one of two Outstanding Innovation in Interactive Media awards.
Wolves in the Walls: It’s All Over
The other Outstanding Innovation in Interactive Media award went to this virtual-reality Oculus experience, in which viewers help young Lucy investigate creepy occurrences in her home.
Even with weeks to go before the 71st Primetime Emmy Awards air live on Fox, the Television Academy has already begun handing out trophies.
On August 23, the Academy announced the winners for the juried categories of choreography, motion design, animation, and interactive programming.
Among the honorees are three Netflix titles and, for the first time, a Twitch series. Click through the gallery above to see these early winners.
71st Primetime Emmy Awards, Sunday, September 22, 8/7c, Fox