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Emmy Awards: Overall Wins by Show and Network

The trophies have all been handed out, and once again, HBO can claim bragging rights. The cabler triumphed with 22 Emmy Awards overall, thanks to the continued reign of “Game of Thrones” and its record-breaking run. HBO edged out FX, which wound up with 18 trophies fueled by the success of “The People v. O.J. Simpson,” which nabbed 9 awards.

Here’s a complete list of how the networks and series scored across the Creative Arts and the Primetime Emmy Awards.

Wins By Network:

(2 or more)

HBO 22

FX Networks 18

Netflix 9

PBS 8

Amazon 6

FOX 6

NBC 6

A&E 4

ABC 4

Adult Swim 4

Cartoon Network 4

Comedy Central 4

CBS 3

AMC 2

CNN 2

CW 2

National Geographic Channel 2

Showtime 2

USA 2

Wins by Program

(2 or more)

Game Of Thrones 12

The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story 9

Grease: Live 5

Making A Murderer 4

Cartel Land 3

Downton Abbey 3

Last Week Tonight With John Oliver 3

Saturday Night Live 3

Transparent 3

Veep 3

Adventure Time 2

American Horror Story: Hotel 2

Childrens Hospital 2

Crazy Ex-Girlfriend 2

Danny Elfman’s Music From The Films Of Tim Burton (Live From Lincoln Center) 2

Fargo 2

Key & Peele 2

The Man In The High Castle 2

Mr. Robot 2

The Night Manager 2

Sherlock: The Abominable Bride (Masterpiece) 2

The Voice 2

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