The Creative Arts Emmys 2016: Who's Won What

​We've given you a run-down of who won what

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This year's Creative Arts Emmys has this year happened over the course of two nights.

So here's a quick run-down of just some of the main winners.

Margo Martindale has just secured a record-number of Emmys, winning the 'Best Guest Actress in a Drama Series' for her work in The Americans.

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Hank Azaria beat the likes of Michael J. Fox (who appeared in The Good Wife) for 'Best Guest Actor in a Drama Series' for his work on Ray Donovan.

Heidi Klum arriving at last night's awards
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A well-deserved win was for Diane Warren's song 'Til it Happens To You' that she wrote for the documentary about College Campus rapes called The Hunting Ground.

Lady Gaga performed the song and it has had rave reviews.

Diane Warren won the Emmy for 'Original Music and Lyrics' for her amazing work.

Tina Fey and Amy Poehler won 'Best Guest Actress in a Comedy Series' for their hilarious stints on SNL.

It was a tough category with Melissa McCarthy and Amy Schumer also getting nods for their appearances on the same hit US sketch show.

Game of Thrones has already racked up nine wins including 'Casting For A Drama Series' and 'Production Design For A Narrative Contemporary Or Fantasy Program (One Hour Or More)' beating the likes of Downton Abbey to the punch.

But, don't worry, Downton Abbey didn't go home empty handed, winning Production Design For A Narrative Period Program (One Hour Or More)' as well as ' Hairstyling for a Single-Camera Series'.

We've only got a couple of weeks until the Primetime Emmy Awards is scheduled, our eyes are peeled to see who Hiddelstone brings.

During the second night of the awards, Making a Murderer won 'Outstanding Documentary Or Nonfiction Series', along with three other awards.

Some of the other winners included James Corden's Late Late Show and the animated series Archer

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