Marvel Studios is officially an Emmy winner.

It's all thanks to 'Wandavision', which was the first series produced by Marvel to premiere on Disney Plus.

The series involved a mystery that travelled through TV styles of the 1950s to the 2000s. It focussed on Wanda Maximoff (Elizabeth Olsen) and Vision (Paul Bettany).

At the Creative Arts Emmys ceremony, 'Wandavision' took home the awards for narrative (half-hour) production design and for fantasy/sci-fi costumes.

On the ceremony the following day, it won for the original music and lyrics category for "Agatha All Along". (Which really is such a bop)

'WandaVision' was nominated for 23 Emmys overall this year. It the most nominations for any limited series and the second-most for any series overall.

It's Marvel Studios' first series. After it, the likes of 'The Falcon and the Winter Soldier' (which got five Emmy nods), 'Loki' and 'What If...?' premiered on Disney+.

Marvel Television previously won at the Emmys for 'Jessica Jones'. The Netflix series picked up a main title theme music trophy in 2016.

Other big winners at this weekend's Emmys include Netflix's 'The Queen's Gambit', which came away with nine awards.

Disney+’s 'The Mandalorian' and NBC’s 'Saturday Night Live' tied for second with seven wins each.