Los Angeles: `True Detective` and `Orange Is The New Black` walked away with key trophies at the Creative Arts Emmy Awards here.
The maximum wins, however, were registered by `Saturday Night Live`. The show won five awards, including guest comedy actor for `Tonight Show`s` Jimmy Fallon for hosting last December.
That episode also won the variety series directing trophy during the awards held on Saturday night, a week before the Primetime Emmy Awards.
HBO`s `True Detective` won four trophies in craft and technical categories, including casting and cinematography for a drama series. `Game of Thrones`, `Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey` and `Sherlock: His Last Vow` also won four awards.
`Orange Is The New Black` clinched guest actress in a comedy for the much-praised Uzo Aduba besides winning two other trophies-- casting in a comedy series and single-camera picture editing for a comedy.
Joe Morton of `Scandal` got an award for guest actor in a drama series while Allison Janney won guest actress in a drama for `Masters of Sex`.
`The Colbert Report` won for writing for a variety series, reported Variety. Jane Lynch won the reality host trophy for `Hollywood Game Night` while `Bob`s Burgers` won for animation programme. `Fargo scored the award for casting for a miniseries.
`How I Met Your Mother`, `The Beatles: The Night That Changed America`, `Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey`, `Sherlock: His Last Vow`, `So You Think You Can Dance` and `Dancing With the Stars` were also among the winners.