WandaVision's Agatha All Along Wins An Emmy
In total, WandaVision has won three Emmys so far.
WandaVision won three Creative Arts Emmys during the weekend of September 11: Outstanding Original Music and Lyrics--Agatha All Along, Outstanding Fantasy/Sci-Fi Costumes--Filmed Before A Live Studio Audience, and Outstanding Production Design for a Narrative Program (Half-hour).
Composed by Robert Lopez and Kristen Anderson-Lopez, Agatha All Along played in Episode 4, "Breaking The Fourth Wall," and introduced Agnes (Kathryn Hahn) as the villain responsible for a bunch of bad deeds in the show--including killing Sparky the dog.
When Agatha All Along was released, it was warmly received and reached the top of the iTunes charts. Speaking to the New York Times, Anderson-Lopez stated, "[Agatha All Along has] an 'Addams Family' twist with an electric harpsichord. It's super-duper cool and feels like something you'd find in a haunted house."
Agatha All Along's competition in the Original Music and Lyrics category included Bo Burnham: Inside's Comedy, The Boys' Never Truly Vanish, The Queen's Gambit's I Can't Remember Love, Soundtrack of Our Lives' The End Titles, Zoey's Extraordinary Playlist's Zoey's Extraordinary Birthday.
The Emmys aren't quite over. The Primetime Emmy Awards--the one most people tune in for--takes place the weekend of September 25. WandaVision was nominated for 23 Emmys in total, including Outstanding Limited Series. Both leads--Elizabeth Olsen and Paul Bettany--got nods as well, and are up for awards in Outstanding Lead Actress and Outstanding Lead Actor in a Limited Series. Kathryn Hahn was also nominated for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Limited Series.