Making A Murderer wins four Emmy Awards
The Netflix series is Making A Murderer has Sunday night the Emmy for best documentary series award. The series also won the awards for editing, directing and script in that genre, reports The Wrap.
Netflix fell further in the prices with documentary film about Nina Simone, What Happened, Miss Simone? Seth MacFarlane won the Emmy for his voice in the animated series Family Guy, in which he four reels of them.
Sunday night was the second day of the Creative Arts Emmy Awards, which annually form the start of the Primetime Emmy Awards next Sunday to be issued.
Saturday night won the Game of Thrones all nine awards for casting, stunts, make-up, costumes and visual effects. The series, in which Dutch actress Carice van Houten and Michiel Huisman fixed roles, this year a total of 23 times nominated.
Also Tina Fey and Amy Poehler fell Saturday in the prices. The two got together the Emmy in the category Best Gastactrice in a Comedy, for their skit in Saturday Night Live in which she is Hillary Clinton and Sarah Palin imitating.