Creative Arts Emmy Awards 2020: ‘Saturday Night Live’ and Jimmy Kimmel Cap Second Night

The second night of this year's Creative Arts Emmy Awards was a big one for the funnymen and women, with "Saturday Night Live" and comedians Jimmy Kimmel and John Oliver taking home multiple honours.

Kimmel's "Live In Front Of A Studio Audience All In The Family and Good Times" specials, Oliver's "Last Week Tonight with John Oliver" and SNL dominated the variety genre on Tuesday night (September 15).

"Saturday Night Live" picked up its fourth consecutive Emmy for Outstanding Variety Sketch Series and the sketch show's Don Roy King won his fourth consecutive Emmy for Directing for a Variety Series, while Live in Front of a Studio Audience claimed trophies for Outstanding Variety Special (Live) and Technical Direction, and Oliver's politically-charged Sunday night show landed three awards, including Outstanding Writing.

"RuPaul's Drag Race" was a double winner for Hairstyling and Makeup. The colourful show also picked up two honours on Monday night, making it the awards haul leader so far, with four.

The Creative Arts Emmy Awards night two winners are:

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