The HBO drama took most of the evening's prizes for tech categories while Gwyneth Paltrow, Jeff Probst and others took the non-tech trophies.
2011 Creative Arts Emmys Awards gave most of its awards to HBO's "Boardwalk Empire" on Saturday, September 10. The drama won in total seven awards including Outstanding Casting, Outstanding Non-prosthetic make-up, and Outstanding Special Visual Effects for a Series.
On the tail of "Boardwalk Empire" are Discovery Channel's "Deadliest Catch" and History's "Gettysburg" with four wins each. The former won the Outstanding Reality Program, Editing, Cinematography and Sound Mixing while the latter was honored with Outstanding Nonfiction, Costume, Visual Effects and Sound Editing.
Creative Arts Awards are annually given to tech categories, guest actors and reality hosts which would not be read out at the Primetime Emmys telecast. Jeff Probst won the Outstanding Reality-Competition host category although "Survivor" is not named among the Reality Competition nominees. Loretta Devine won Guest Actress in Drama Series for "Grey's Anatomy" while Gwyneth Paltrow won the comedy side for her stint on "Glee".
Creative Emmys aired on September 17 on Reelz Channel. Meanwhile, the Primetime Emmy Awards will be aired live on September 18 on FOX.
Winners of 63rd Creative Emmys Awards.