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Creative Arts Emmy Winner Predictions 2017

The Creative Arts Emmy Awards are going to be held tonight and tomorrow. Here are my predictions for each category.

Best Guest Actor – Drama Series:
Denis O’Hare, This Is Us

Best Guest Actress – Drama Series:
Ann Dowd, The Leftovers

Best Guest Actor – Comedy Series:
Hugh Laurie, Veep

Best Guest Actress – Comedy Series:
Melissa McCarthy, Saturday Night Live

Best Variety Special:
Carpool Karaoke Primetime Special 2017

Best Writing – Variety Special:
Sarah Silverman: A Speck of Dust

Best Directing – Variety Special:
Tony Bennett Celebrates 90: The Best Is Yet to Come – Jerry Foley

Best Host – Reality or Reality-Competition Program:
Alec Baldwin, Match Game

Best Animated Program:
Bob’s Burgers – “Bob, Actually”

Best Animated Program – Short Form:
Adventure Time – “Islands, Part 4: Imaginary Resources”

Best Art Direction – Narrative Contemporary or Fantasy Program (One Hour or More):
Westworld – “The Original”

Best Art Direction – Narrative Period Program (One Hour or More):
The Crown – “Smoke and Mirrors”

Best Art Direction – Narrative Program (Half-Hour or Less):
Mozart in the Jungle – “Now I Will Sing”

Best Art Direction – Variety, Non-Fiction, Reality or Reality-Competition Series:
Portlandia – “Fred’s Cell Phone Company”

Best Art Direction – Variety, Non-Fiction, Event or Award Special:
Super Bowl LI Halftime Show Starring Lady Gaga

Best Casting – Drama Series:
Stranger Things

Best Casting – Comedy Series:
Atlanta

Best Casting – TV Movie, Limited Series or Special:
Big Little Lies

Best Casting – Reality Program:
Project Runway

Best Children’s Program:
Once Upon a Sesame Street Christmas

Best Choreography:
Dancing with the Stars – “Carol of the Bells”/“On Top of the World” – Mandy Moore

Best Cinematography – Single-Camera Series (One Hour):
The Handmaid’s Tale – “Offred”

Best Cinematography – Single-Camera Series (Half-Hour):
Transparent – “If I Were a Bell”

Best Cinematography – Multi-Camera Series:
Superior Donuts – “Crime Time”

Best Cinematography – TV Movie/Limited Series:
The Night Of – “Ordinary Death”

Best Cinematography – Non-Fiction Program:
Planet Earth II – “Islands”

Best Cinematography – Reality Program:
Life Below Zero – “Loaded”

Best Commercial:
We Are America – Ad Council: Love Has No Labels

Best Costumes – Contemporary Series, Limited Series or TV Movie:
Big Little Lies – “You Get What You Need”

Best Costumes – Fantasy or Period Series, Limited Series or TV Movie:
The Handmaid’s Tale – “Offred”

Best Costumes – Variety, Non-Fiction or Reality Program:
Hairspray Live!

Best Directing – Non-Fiction Program:
O.J.: Made in America – “Part 3” – Ezra Edelman

Best Documentary or Non-Fiction Series:
American Masters

Best Documentary or Non-Fiction Special:
13th

Exceptional Merit in Non-Fiction Filmmaking:
O.J. Made in America

Best Hairstyling – Single-Camera Series:
The Crown – “Hyde Park Corner”

Best Hairstyling – Multi-Camera Series or Special:
Saturday Night Live – “Dwayne Johnson”

Best Hairstyling – TV Movie/Limited Series:
Feud: Bette and Joan

Best Informational Series or Special:
Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath

Best Lighting Direction – Variety Series:
The Voice – “Live Finale, Part 2 (Season 11)”

Best Lighting Direction – Variety Special:
Super Bowl LI Halftime Show Starring Lady Gaga

Best Main Title Design:
Feud: Bette and Joan

Best Main Title Theme Music:
Stranger Things

Best Makeup – Single-Camera Series (Non-Prosthetic):
Penny Dreadful – “Perpetual Night”

Best Makeup – Multi-Camera Series or Special (Non-Prosthetic):
RuPaul’s Drag Race – “Oh. My. Gaga!”

Best Makeup – TV Movie/Limited Series (Non-Prosthetic):
Feud: Bette and Joan

Best Prosthetic Makeup – Series, TV Movie, Limited Series or Special:
The Walking Dead – “The Day Will Come When You Won’t Be”

Best Music Composition – Series:
Planet Earth II – “Islands”

Best Music Composition – TV Movie/Limited Series:
Fargo – “Aporia”

Best Music Direction:
American Epic – “The American Epic Sessions”

Best Music and Lyrics:
Crazy Ex-Girlfriend – “We Tapped That Ass”

Best Music Supervision:
Girls – “Goodbye Tour”

Best Single-Camera Picture Editing – Drama Series:
Better Call Saul – “Witness”

Best Single-Camera Picture Editing – Comedy Series:
Silicon Valley – “Server Error”

Best Multi-Camera Picture Editing – Comedy Series:
The Big Bang Theory – “The Holiday Summation”

Best Single-Camera Picture Editing – TV Movie/Limited Series:
The Night Of – “The Beach”

Best Picture Editing – Variety Program:
Last Week Tonight with John Oliver – Segment: Stoplight

Best Picture Editing – Non-Fiction Program:
O.J.: Made in America – “Part 4”

Best Picture Editing – Structured Reality Program:
Shark Tank – “Episode 801”

Best Picture Editing – Unstructured Reality Program:
Deadliest Catch – “Uncharted Territory”

Best Reality Program – Structured:
Shark Tank

Best Reality Program – Unstructured:
Born This Way

Best Short Form Comedy or Drama Series:
Brown Girls

Best Short Form Variety Series:
Epic Rap Battles of History

Best Short Form Non-Fiction or Reality Series:
Feud: Bette and Joan: Inside Looks

Best Actor – Short Form Comedy or Drama Series:
Alan Tudyk, Con Man

Best Actress – Short Form Comedy or Drama Series:
Jane Lynch, Dropping the Soap

Best Sound Editing – Series:
Black Sails – “XXXVII”

Best Sound Editing – TV Movie, Limited Series or Special:
Fargo – “Who Rules the Land of Denial?”

Best Sound Editing – Non-Fiction Program:
Planet Earth II – “Cities”

Best Sound Mixing – One-Hour Drama or Comedy Series:
Stranger Things – “Chapter Eight: The Upside Down”

Best Sound Mixing – Half-Hour Drama or Comedy Series or Animation:
Mozart in the Jungle – “Now I Will Sing”

Best Sound Mixing – TV Movie/Limited Series:
Big Little Lies – “You Get What You Need”

Best Sound Mixing – Variety Program:
The 59th Annual Grammy Awards

Best Sound Mixing – Non-Fiction Program:
The Beatles: Eight Days a Week – The Touring Years

Best Special Class Program:
The 70th Annual Tony Awards

Best Special Visual Effects:
Westworld – “The Bicameral Mind”

Best Special Visual Effects in a Supporting Role:
The Crown – “Windsor”

Best Stunt Coordination – Drama Series, TV Movie or Limited Series:
Marvel’s Luke Cage

Best Stunt Coordination – Comedy Series or Variety Program:
Shameless

Best Technical Direction – Series:
The Voice – “Live Finale, Part 2 (Season 11)”

Best Technical Direction – TV Movie, Limited Series or Special:
The 70th Annual Tony Awards

Best Voice-Over Performance – Character:
Kristen Schaal, BoJack Horseman

Best Voice-Over Performance – Narrator:
Meryl Streep, Five Came Back

Best Writing – Non-Fiction Program:
13th – Spencer Averick & Ava DuVernay

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