The Creative Emmy Awards night went well. The Apollo 11 documentary won almost three awards for making the best short movie. However, RuPaul was successful in creating a big star at the show. The event generally took two nights from a different place, which happened before the primetime Emmy telecast.
Due to pandemic, this year, the show was scheduled to be at five separate nights. The host ‘Nicole Byer’ pre-taped he filming due to this current situation of coronavirus.
How Apollo 11 Won Emmy Awards?
The Apollo 11, based on the 1969 mission to the moon and the team of this movie, took three early awards on this Monday night. This film received the award for best picture editing for the nonfiction genre. The documentary defeated The Tiger King and The Factory from Netflix. It also became much favorable than The Last Dance and Beastie Boys Story from Apple TV.
The Apollo 11 won the award to make an outstanding sound and create a nonfiction or reality program on Netflix.
RuPaul’s Drage Race And Apollo 11
On the other hand, RuPaul’s drag race defeated the Foc’s LEGO masters, the queer eye from Netflix, Bravo’s Top Chef, and CBS’ Survivor and won the award for editing. Cheer from Netflix was the only show who won multiple Emmy awards on the show.
Cheer won the awards for creating Picture and editing them for unstructured reality. They also won for excellent directing for the reality show. Cheer show even overpowered the National Geographic’s Life Below Zero and RuPaul’s Drag race for the best edit.
Few other nominees names are Queer Eye from Netflix, which was awarded for their outstanding reality show, Love is Blind, Shark Tank from the ABC, and A Very Brady Renovation.