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‘Ellen,’ ‘Sesame Street,’ CBS & PBS Lead 40th Daytime Creative Arts Emmy Awards

The Ellen DeGeneres Show and PBS‘s Sesame Street led the 40th Daytime Creative Arts Emmys with six wins apiece at the annual awards presented Friday night by the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences and the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. CBS tied PBS as the most-awarded network as honors were doled out in over 55 categories, while Leeza Gibbons won in her first Emmy nomination in 15 years. Embattled Sesame Street fixture Kevin Clash won three Emmys for his work on the children’s show as co-exec producer, performer, and director. Here’s the full list of winners: Outstanding Children’S Animated Program Kung Fu Panda: Legends of Awesomeness – Nickelodeon Peter Hastings, Executive Producer Bret Haaland, Co-Executive Producer, Supervising Producer Randy Dormans, Gabe Swarr, Supervising Producers Andrew Huebner, Producer Outstanding Children’S Series R.L. Stine’s The Haunting Hour The Series – Hub Network Dan Angel, Billy Brown, Harvey Kahn,

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