The Creative Arts Emmy Awards — you know, that other Emmy ceremony — handed out dozens of awards Saturday night in Los Angeles before the upcoming primetime ceremony, airing live on Fox Sept. 18.
The night’s biggest recipients were Gwyneth Paltrow, who won an Emmy for her guest starring role on Glee, as well as Justin Timberlake, who took a statue for his most recent hosting gig on Saturday Night Live. Deadliest Catch was the most sentimental winner: The reality show (which submitted Capt. Phil Harris’ final episode) won an award for outstanding non-competition reality show. It also won the gold in categories like best cinematography and picture editing.
Survivor‘s Jeff Probst took home another statue for best reality show host. The night’s other notable recipients included Loretta Devine (outstanding guest star, Grey’s Anatomy), Paul McCrane (oustanding guest star, Harry’s Law) American Masters (outstanding nonfiction series) and Futurama (outstanding animated program). And hey, The Walking Dead earned some gold for its great work with prosthetics.
Overall, HBO won the most awards with 15, followed by PBS (10) and Fox (9). Among shows, Boardwalk Empire took the most, followed by Deadliest Catch (4) and Gettysburg (4). The awards will air on Reelz Channel Saturday, Sept. 17.