LOS ANGELES — Netflix’s Making a Murderer and Fox’s Grease Live dominated the second night of the Creative Arts Emmys, each nabbing four wins in their respective categories.

The roughly two-hour-long awards show — which for the first time was divided into two nights — highlights entertainment industry folks who work tirelessly behind-the-scenes.

It’s like “the junior prom” of the TV world, Jane Lynch joked.

After the second night wrapped, HBO remained a clear network frontrunner nabbing 16 Creative Arts Emmys (thanks in large part to Game of Thrones wins on Saturday). FX came in second with 12, with Netflix and PBS tying for third with six awards each. Read more…

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