Geek Culture Emmy Award Winners!

Geek culture gets bigger and bigger each year, and as Marvel and Star Wars and Star Trek continue to innovate, they continue to win big at awards ceremonies! Here are all the winners from the 2021 Creatives Arts Emmys that have been announced before the official show on September 19.

The Mandalorian

Star WarsThe Mandalorian™ season 2 brought us deeper into the world of Din Djarin™ and Grogu, AKA The Child. It was thrilling, and even featured the unexpected return of one of the greatest Jedi of all time. The show has now been recognized by the Television Academy for its outstanding achievements and contribution to modern media.

We are thrilled to celebrate alongside the fans. Here is a list of every Emmy award that The Mandalorian received this year.

Outstanding Music Composition For A Series (Original Dramatic Score)

The Mandalorian, “Chapter 16: The Rescue”
Ludwig Göransson, Composer

Outstanding Prosthetic Makeup

The Mandalorian, “Chapter 13: The Jedi”
Brian Sipe, Department Head Makeup Artist
Alexei Dmitriew, Key Makeup Artist
Samantha Ward, Makeup Artist
Scott Stoddard, Makeup Artist
Pepe Mora, Makeup Artist
Cale Thomas, Makeup Artist
Carlton Coleman, Makeup Artist
Scott Patton, Prosthetic Designer

Outstanding Cinematography For A Single-Camera Series (Half-Hour)

The Mandalorian, “Chapter 15: The Believer”
Matthew Jensen, ASC, Director of Photography

Outstanding Stunt Performance

The Mandalorian, “Chapter 16: The Rescue”
Lateef Crowder, Stunt Performer

Outstanding Stunt Coordination

The Mandalorian
Ryan Watson, Stunt Coordinator

Outstanding Special Visual Effects In A Season Or A Movie

The Mandalorian
Joe Bauer, Visual Effects Supervisor
Richard Bluff, Visual Effects Supervisor
Abbigail Keller, Visual Effects Producer
Hal Hickel, Animation Supervisor
Roy K. Cancino, Special Effects Supervisor
John Knoll, ILM Visual Effects Supervisor
Enrico Damm, Environments Visual Effects Supervisor
John Rosengrant, Legacy Effects Supervisor
Joseph Kasparian, Hybride Visual Effects Supervisor


WandaVision continued one of the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s greatest romances, all while introducing the heartbreaking and breathtaking intrigue of the Scarlet Witch. There was no telling what would happen in a series that shifted decades every single week! But what we knew all along was how catchy and how engaging the world was. Here’s how WandaVision won big at the Emmys!

Outstanding Production Design For A Narrative Program (Half-Hour)

Mark Worthington, Production Designer
Sharon Davis, Art Director
Kathy Orlando, Set Decorator

Outstanding Fantasy/Sci-Fi Costumes

“Filmed Before A Live Studio Audience”
Mayes C. Rubeo, Costume Designer
Joseph Feltus, Assistant Costume Designer
Daniel Selon, Assistant Costume Designer
Virginia Burton, Costume Supervisor

Outstanding Original Music And Lyrics

“Breaking The Fourth Wall / Song Title: Agatha All Along”
Kristen Anderson-Lopez, Music & Lyrics
Robert Lopez, Music & Lyrics

Star Trek: Discovery

Deep in the Verubin Nebula, the crew of the USS Discovery unearth long-hidden secrets regarding the origin of The Burn. They face great dangers and must make even greater decisions if they hope to survive their adventure. Along the way, they encounter a world that’s so intricate and beautiful that it could have only been made with special visual effects. It didn’t go unnoticed!

Outstanding Special Visual Effects In A Single Episode

Star Trek: Discovery Episode “Su’kal”
CBS Studios in association with Secret Hideout and Roddenberry Entertainment
Jason Michael Zimmerman, Supervising Producer/Lead VFX Supervisor
Ante Dekovic, VFX Supervisor
Aleksandra Kochoska, VFX Producer
Charles Collyer, Lead VFX Artist
Alexander Wood, On Set VFX Supervisor
Ivan Kondrup Jensen, VFX Supervisor Ghost VFX
Kristen Prahl, VFX Producer Ghost VFX
Toni Pykalaniemi, VFX Supervisor DNEG
Leslie Chung, VFX Supervisor Crafty Apes

Which of these Emmy award winning shows is your personal favorite? Let us know in the comments, and don’t forget to Let Your Geek Sideshow!