Marvel Studios has become an Emmy winner with its first TV series “WandaVision”.
The Disney Plus limited series, which centers around Wanda Maximoff (Elizabeth Olsen) and Vision (Paul Bettany), scored its first two Emmys at the first of three Creative Arts ceremony in downtown Los Angeles on Saturday.
The series won out in the categories of narrative (half-hour) production design and fantasy/sci-fi costumes.
“The Queen’s Gambit” and “The Mandalorian” were also among the big winners.
“WandaVision” was nominated for 23 Emmys this year, the most for any limited series and the second-most for any series overall.
Other Creative Arts categories the show was nominated for includes: limited series/TV movie casting, period and/or character (non-prosthetic) makeup, period and/or character hairstyling, main title design, main title theme music, music supervision, original music and lyrics, limited series/TV movie/special music composition, limited series/TV movie single-camera picture editing, limited series/TV movie/special sound editing, limited series/TV movie/special sound mixing, and series or movie special visual effects.
This year’s second and third ceremonies are set for 1 p.m. PT and 5 p.m. PT Sunday, all three will have limited audiences. An edited version of the Creative Arts Emmys will air at 8 p.m. Saturday, September 18.
The Primetime Emmys will air live Sunday, September 19, on CBS and stream on Paramount+.