HBO's Regina Kinda-led limited series 'Watchmen' took home 11 statuettes, the most of any show nominated this year.
HBO dominated the 72nd Annual Primetime Emmy Awards with record 30 Emmy Awards on September 21.
The pay-TV network won 11 awards for Watchmen including outstanding limited series, writing, sound editing, casting, music composition, single-camera picture editing, costumes, cinematography as well as sound mixing.
Succession won seven awards including outstanding drama series, writing, directing, casting and single-camera picture editing while Last Week Tonight with John Oliver won four awards.
Euphoria won three awards while I know This Much Is True, Bad Education, Insecure, The Apollo and We Are The Dream: The Kids Of The Oakland MLK Oratorical Fest each won one Emmy award.
HBO was followed by Netflix with 21 victories, collecting trophies in categories like best directing for a limited series and outstanding unstructured reality series. The streaming platform’s comedy series Schitt’s Creek won all seven comedy awards during the Primetime Emmys.
Disney Plus and NBC tied at number four with eight wins each. They were followed by VH1 with six statuettes, followed by a tie for sixth between ABC and National Geographic, with both channels picking up five wins.