Apple may not have gotten Apple TV+ up and running just yet, but it’s already becoming accustomed to winning awards. The popular Carpool Karaoke won a Creative Arts Emmy last year, and darn gosh it’s gone and done it again.

The award, for being the best short form variety series, comes for a show that initially aired as part of another. It was a segment on James Cordan’s The Late Show on CBS, as noted by Variety.

Carpool Karaoke had a good night, winning short form variety series for the Apple incarnation of the franchise that began on CBS’ The Late Late Show with James Corden. Last year, Corden delivered a special extra-long edition with Paul McCartney that became an hourlong CBS primetime special, Carpool Karaoke: When Corden Met McCartney Live From Liverpool, which took home the win for variety special (recorded).

Corden was effusive backstage about the privilege of working in American television in a big way, as he has since landing on Late Late Show in 2015. ”We just want to be a place people go to have a really nice time before or, let’s be honest, while they fall asleep,” Corden said of the show.

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