by Bethany Whiteman
The 68th Primetime Emmy Awards is just around the corner.
On Sunday night, audiences across America will be tuning in to ABC to see which front runners such as The People v. O. J. Simpson: American Crime Story, The Night Manager, and Game of Thrones are going to tally up the most wins at this year’s Emmy Awards. While we’re anxious to see who’s going to have their big moment, we were even more excited for this first round of trophies given at the 2016 Creative Arts Emmy Awards.
On September 10 and 11, creative teams were recognized for their astonishing talents in a wide-array of categories, including our personal favorite, Main Title Design. This year seemed like it would be more difficult than most to choose a winner, as all of the nominees for Outstanding Main Title Design put forth incredible work. In the end, the golden trophy was award to Studio Elastic’s opening of Amazon’s The Man in the High Castle. In past years, Elastic won the Main Title Design Emmy in 2014 for True Detective and in 2011 for Game of Thrones.
Check out all of the nominees for Outstanding Main Title Design, below, and tweet us which one was your favorite!
Winner: The Man in the High Castle
Nominee: Marvel’s Jessica Jones
Nominee: The Night Manager