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September 24 at 8:00 am5:00 pm EDT

News & Documentary Emmy Awards 2020 Live Stream: director Hassan Fazili and his family as they flee a Taliban bounty on his head, won for Outstanding Current Affairs Documentary. Episode “The Silence of Others,” about struggle of victims of Spain’s 40-year dictatorship under General Franco as they continue to seek justice four decades into democracy, took the prize for Politics and Government Documentary.HBO’s True Justice: Bryan Stevenson’s Fight for Equality, about Alabama public interest attorney three decades of advocacy on behalf of the poor, took the Emmy for Outstanding Social Issue Documentary, and premium cable rival Showtime’s 16 Shots won for Investigative Documentary. It examine of the 2014 shooting of 17-year-old Laquan McDonald by Chicago police and the cover-up that ensued.


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Combined with its five wins on Monday, PBS led all networks and platforms with 10 Emmys overall (see chart below).

Perennial News & Doc Emmy favorite POV took two of the top-tier categories for separate episodes. Its “Midnight Traveler,” which follows Afghan

“As we continue to rise to the challenge of presenting a ‘live’ ceremony during Covid-19 with hosts, presenters and recipients all coming from their homes via the ‘virtual technology’ of the day,” NATAS chief Adam Sharp said, “we continue to honor those that provide us with the necessary tools and information we need to make the crucial decisions that these challenging and unprecedented times call for.”

Combined with Monday’s Night 1 results, CNN finished second overall with eight News & Doc Emmys, edging HBO’s seven. POV and fellow PBS series Frontline tied with HBO’s Vice News Tonight for more total wins with four each. Here is a look at all of this year’s winners by network or platform over both ceremonies, followed by a recap of Night 1:TIME Editor in Chief and CEO Edward Felsenthal sent the following note to staff Tuesday:

Dear all,

I’m thrilled to share that TIME and Univision have won the Emmy for Outstanding New Approaches: Current News for a project that our teams did together about the connection between gender-based violence toward women in El Salvador and suicides by young women. This recognition brings attention to a devastating topic.

Huge congratulations to Justine Simons, Naina Bajekal and Ciara Nugent who led TIME’s work on the project, and to Almudena Toral and Patricia Clarembaux, who reported the story from El Salvador and created the interactive page at Univision. Thanks also to the Pulitzer Center, which supported the reporting for the project.

This is TIME’s second Emmy win, and sixth Emmy nomination in four years. It’s a great testament to the extraordinary commitment and talent of the journalists who produced the project, and to the power of our journalism across every platform.

The work can be viewed here on Univision’s site.“Schitt’s Creek” broke a record with seven Primetime awards and nine Emmys in total in the comedy categories, and “Succession” took home five awards, including best drama series. Here are other notable moments from the night.

Our writers weighed in on the best and worst moments of the Emmys.

Catherine O’Hara won her first acting Emmy for her role as Moira Rose on “Schitt’s Creek.”

Tyler Perry accepted the Governors Award, which recognizes “extraordinary” or “cumulative” accomplishment, and gave a heartfelt speech that tied a story about his grandmother to the experiences of Black Americans.

Zendaya made history by becoming the youngest winner for best lead actress in a drama for her role in “Euphoria.”

Several winners implored viewers to vote. Others made statements about racial justice during speeches and through their wardrobe.

Jimmy Kimmel hosted from a nearly empty Staples Center while nominees tuned in from around the world. Read his opening monologue.

An ad featuring Billy Porter, Lin-Manuel Miranda and others called on Hollywood to become more inclusive. “We are more than a splash of color on your white canvas,” Porter said.

TIME’s reporting and video can be viewed here.

Congrats again to all!


September 24
8:00 am – 5:00 pm