Emmys by the Numbers: HBO Obliterates Competition With 43 Total Wins

“Game of Thrones,” “Veep,” “Olive Kitteridge” lift network to uncontested victory at award ceremony

Last Updated: September 21, 2015 @ 11:28 AM

HBO took home more awards than any other network at the 67th annual Emmy Awards on Sunday after winning 43 statuettes.

In addition to the 14 awards won by shows including “Game of Thrones,” “Veep,” and mini-series “Olive Kitteridge”during the award ceremony held at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles, the premium cable network also took home 29 awards at the Creative Arts Emmys on Sept. 12.

“Game of Thrones” made Emmy history by winning 12 total awards, the most Emmys any show has ever won in a single year. The series won Best Writing for a Drama series (David Benioff and DB Weiss), Best Directing for a Drama Series (David Nutter), Best Supporting Actor in a Drama Series (Peter Dinklage), and Best Drama Series. In addition, it won eight Creative Arts Emmys.

“Olive Kitteridge” won six total Emmys, including Outstanding Lead Actor in a Miniseries or a Movie (Richard Jenkins) and Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Miniseries or a Movie (Bill Murray).

“Veep” won five total Emmys, including Outstanding Comedy Series and Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series (Julia Louis-Dreyfus).

NBC came in second with 12 total Emmys. “The Voice” took home Outstanding Reality-Competition Program on Sunday, while the network nabbed 11 awards at the Creative Arts Emmys.

Comedy Central also scored several awards, thanks in large part to the final season of “The Daily Show with Jon Stewart.” Amy Schumer added to the pile by taking home the Emmy for Outstanding Variety Sketch Series, which gave the network eight total wins.

Check out the full breakdown of wins by network below. The figures in parentheses represent the grand total of Emmys awarded, including those announced tonight and those announced Sept. 12.

Programs Individuals Total
HBO 3  (9) 11 (34) 14 (43)
NBC 1  (3) –   (9) 1 (12)
Comedy Central 2  (3) 2   (5) 4   (8)
FX Networks –  (2) –   (6) –   (8)
ABC –  (1) 2   (5) 2   (6)
Amazon Instant Video -  (-) 2   (5) 2   (5)
Cartoon Network –  (2) –   (2) –   (4)
CBS -  (-) 1   (4) 1   (4)
FOX –  (1) –   (3) –   (4)
Netflix -  (-) 1   (4) 1   (4)
PBS –  (1) –   (3) –   (4)
Discovery Channel –  (1) –   (2) –   (3)
Adult Swim -  (-) –   (2) –   (2)
CartoonNetwork.com -  (-) –   (2) –   (2)
AMC -  (-) 1   (1) 1   (1)
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–  (1)   (-) –   (1)
Bravo –  (1)   (-) –   (1)
Cinemax -  (-) –   (1) –   (1)
CNN –  (1)   (-) –   (1)
Disney XD -  (-) –   (1) –   (1)
FunnyOrDie.com –  (1)   (-) –   (1)
HISTORY -  (-) –   (1) –   (1)
IFC -  (-) –   (1) –   (1)
LouisCK.net -  (-) –   (1) –   (1)
Showtime -  (-) –   (1) –   (1)
WGN America -  (-) –   (1) –   (1)
YouTube.com/Pemberley Digital –  (1)   (-) –   (1)

Don’t miss the best moments from the 2015 Emmy Awards — read TheWrap’s complete coverage here.

Also: See TheWrap Magazine’s Fall TV Issue complete coverage:

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