Baby Yoda has helped Disney+ take home its first Emmy during the Creative Arts Emmys virtual presentation.

Star Wars: The Mandalorian took home awards for cinematography, production design, sound editing and sound mixing, as well as a big win in the ‘Outstanding Special Visual Effects’ category.

The Disney+ show beat out Stranger Things, Watchmen and Westworld to take home the gold, no doubt helped by internet sensation Baby Yoda.

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Elsewhere, Watchman took home four wins in cinematography, costume, picture editing and sound mixing, making it the other big winner of the night.

Disney recently launched the Season 2 trailer for Star Wars: The Mandalorian, which teases the future of Mando and Baby Yoda’s adventures. We won’t have to wait too long to continue the story either, as The Mandalorian Season 2 will premiere on October 30 later this year.

If you’re looking for a full breakdown of the Season 2 trailer, you can check out our video here, where we run through all of the gory details. For a refresher on The Mandalorian’s cast, check out our list to see all of the cameos from the first season¬†and find out which¬†characters fans can expect to see in Season 2.

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Source: IGN.com The Mandalorian: Disney Plus Wins Its First Emmys Thanks to Baby Yoda