LOS ANGELES, Sept. 11 (UPI) -- HBO's "Boardwalk Empire" took home the most awards at this year's Creative Arts Emmys in Los Angeles with seven wins, followed by "Deadliest Catch."
The HBO period drama's awards included casting for a drama and cinematography for a drama at the Saturday ceremony held at the Nokia Theater in Los Angeles, the Emmys said in a release.
HBO received a total of 15 trophies at the Creative Arts Emmys, including three for the miniseries "Mildred Pierce."
Discovery Channel's reality series "Deadliest Catch" won in four categories; outstanding reality program, editing, cinematography and sound mixing.
"Gettysburg," a re-enactment documentary aired on History, took home outstanding non-fiction special honors, costumes, visual effects and sound editing.
This year's Governors Award, an award given to individuals or organizations committed to important social causes, went to "America's Most Wanted" host John Walsh. The reality show has helped law enforcement capture more than 1,150 criminals and find 50 missing children since its debut in 1988.
The ceremony will be broadcasted on ReelzChannel on Sept. 17. The Primetime Emmys is set to air Sept. 18 on Fox.