Robert Downey Jr.'s Car Show Wins Big at 2024 Daytime Emmy Creative Arts Awards

The 2024 Daytime Emmy Awards have officially concluded with another ceremony on the second night, celebrating excellence across various categories including lifestyle and educational programming.

AceShowbiz - "Downey's Dream Cars," "Leveling Lincoln," and "Judy Justice" were among the notable winners at the 51st annual Daytime Emmy Creative Arts & Lifestyle Awards. The ceremony, held on Saturday evening, June 8 in Los Angeles, showcased an impressive range of programs and personalities, celebrating achievements in various television genres.

Robert Downey Jr.'s show took home the award for Lifestyle Program while "Leveling Lincoln" earned accolades for Educational/Informational Program and "Judy Justice" triumphed in the Legal/Courtroom Program category. The event witnessed the crowning of "Oprah and The Color Purple Journey" as the best Arts and Popular Culture Program and "Animals Up Close With Bertie Gregory" as the Travel, Adventure and Nature Program winner.

Other significant honors included "Hack My Home" winning the Instructional/How-To Program category and "Culture Quest: Ukraine" securing the title for Daytime Special. The Netflix series "African Queens: Njinga" emerged victorious in multiple areas, including casting, art direction, hairstyling, and makeup, further solidifying its standout status in this year's awards.

The host and personality awards were equally competitive and captivating. Buddy Valastro was named the Culinary Host for "Legends of the Fork," and Christian Cooper took the title of the best non-daily daytime personality for "Extraordinary Birder with Christian Cooper." These awards highlighted individuals who bring unique charisma and expertise to their specialized genres.

The Daytime Emmy Creative Arts & Lifestyle Awards event was held at the Westin Bonaventure Hotel in downtown Los Angeles, marking the concluding night after the main Daytime Emmy Awards ceremony, which aired on CBS. "The Kelly Clarkson Show" enjoyed an excellent run, adding wins for lighting direction and live sound mixing to its honor for best daytime talk series.

Netflix's "Live to 100: Secrets of the Blue Zones" was another big winner, taking home awards for its directing team, music direction, and sound editing. The landmark recognition of talents and productions in various categories underscored the breadth and diversity of content celebrated by the Daytime Emmy Awards.

In addition to the main event, the complete list of winners for Saturday's Creative Arts & Lifestyle Awards was streamed on the Emmys website and app, making the prestigious event accessible to a broader audience.

The winners announced on the second night are as follows:

Program Winners:

  • Lifestyle Program: "Downey's Dream Cars" (Max)
  • Educational/Informational Program: "Leveling Lincoln" (PBS)
  • Legal/Courtroom Program: "Judy Justice" (Amazon Freevee)
  • Arts and Popular Culture Program: "Oprah and The Color Purple Journey" (Max)
  • Travel, Adventure and Nature Program: "Animals Up Close With Bertie Gregory" (National Geographic)
  • Instructional/How-To Program: "Hack My Home" (Netflix)
  • Daytime Special: "Culture Quest: Ukraine" (PBS)

Host and TV Personality Awards:

  • Culinary Host: Buddy Valastro - "Legends of the Fork" (A&E)
  • Daytime Personality - Non-Daily: Christian Cooper - "Extraordinary Birder with Christian Cooper" (National Geographic)

Other Awards:

  • Casting: "African Queens: Njinga" (Netflix)
  • Art Direction: "African Queens: Njinga" (Netflix)
  • Hairstyling and Makeup: "African Queens: Njinga" (Netflix)
  • Directing Team (Single Camera Non-Fiction): "Live to 100: Secrets of the Blue Zones" (Netflix)
  • Music Direction and Composition: "Live to 100: Secrets of the Blue Zones" (Netflix)
  • Sound Mixing and Sound Editing: "Live to 100: Secrets of the Blue Zones" (Netflix)
  • Main Title and Graphic Design: "Searching for Soul Food" (Hulu)

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