Emmy Awards: Game of Thrones, Chernobyl and Mrs. Maisel big winners

The already cult HBO series based on the novels of George RR Martin wins 10 prizes, while the mini-series of the same network leaves it with 7 wins, equalizing the beautiful score of The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel produced by Amazon Studios.

Every year, Emmy Awards are an opportunity to reward television series already popular with the public, this time by specialists working behind the camera. It's also an opportunity to discover some pearls that we had missed, rewarded for their technical prowess and their originality, enough to add a few seasons to your binge watching. Without real surprise at the sight of the mobilized means, as much financial as human, it is Game of Thrones who is the big winner of the competition, especially for his editing, his sound mixing, his casting, his musical composition (which we owe again to Ramin Djawadi), his title designbut also his stunts and make-up, his costumes (in the Sci-fi / Fantasy category) and his special effects. So many laurel wreaths on the iron throne that make you want to revive the eight seasons of television adaptation of the saga of George RR Martin.

Chernobyl and The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel tied

With both seven awards, the creators of Chernobyl et The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel can also be proud. The first, mini-series of HBO accurately replaying the events of the 26 April 1986 and its consequences in the short and medium term, was rewarded for its photographic direction, sound editing, soundtrack (in the mini-series category) , its realization, its special effects and its design. The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel received in particular two trophies for the presence of Jane Lynch (Sophie Lennon) and Luke Kirby (Lenny Bruce) supporting actors, another for the hairstyles as well as one for the period costumes, particularly neat.

Fleabag and State of the Union noticed

But this second night of Creative Arts Emmys has also allowed more subdued series to shine. So the awesome Fleabag of Phoebe Waller-Bridge based on her play of the same name won a trophy for editing and casting her second season, which saw Andrew Scott appear (Sherlock) with Olivia Colman and Bill Patterson. Similarly, State of the Union was able to win three awards: the first as the best comic / tragic mini-series, the second for the best actress in a mini-series (Rosamund Pike) and the third for the best actor in a mini-series (Chris O'Dowd) .

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