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HBO earned a leading 15 awards Saturday, followed by PBS with 10, Fox with nine, CBS with seven and NBC with five. ABC won three awards, behind the four each for Discovery Channel and History.

The creative arts ceremony will air Sept. 17 on ReelzChannel, which earned three awards for the controversial miniseries “The Kennedys.” The 63rd annual prime-time Emmy ceremony, with “Glee” star Jane Lynch as host, will air live the next night on Fox.

Other winners at the creative arts Emmys included:

Host, reality or reality-competition series: Jeff Probst, “Survivor,” CBS.

Voice-over performance: Maurice LaMarche, “Futurama: Lrrreconcilable Ndndifferences,” Fox.

Reality program: “Deadliest Catch,” Discovery.

Commercial: “Born of Fire: Chrysler 200.”

Animated Program: “Futurama: The Late Philip J. Fry,” Comedy Central.

Nonfiction series: “American Masters,” PBS.

Writing for a variety, music or comedy series: “64th Annual Tony Awards,” CBS.

Music composition for a series (original dramatic score): “American Masters: John Muir In The New World,” PBS.

Music composition for a miniseries, movie or special: “Mildred Pierce: Part Five,” HBO.

Choreography (juried award: possibility of more than one award): Two awards, “So You Think You Can Dance,” Fox.

Casting for a drama series: “Boardwalk Empire,” HBO.

Casting for a miniseries, movie or a special: “Mildred Pierce,” HBO.

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