The 74th Emmy Awards were announced last night. Let’s take a look at the surprises and disappointments of the ceremony…
The 74th Primetime Emmy Awards were handed out at a ceremony in Los Angeles last night. The best of the television world were determined with the awards given by the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. Most nominations SuccessionThe White Lotus, Ted Lasso While TV series like collected most of the awards, Better Call Saul The fact that some of the most popular TV series, such as TV series, could not receive an award, drew the reaction of the fans.
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- Ted Lasso
This year’s Emmy Awards didn’t come as a huge surprise, as all the winners were either clear winners or second place on most prediction lists. Still Apple TV+ Ted Lasso The dominance of the series can be considered as a surprise.
- Lee Jung-jae
Lee Jung-jae received the Best Actor Award in the Drama category for his performance as Gi-hun in Squid Game, becoming the first Asian to win an award in this category, and the 4th Asian to win an Emmy overall. Lee Jung-jae stood out among strong names such as Bob Odenkirk, Brian Cox, Adam Scott competing in the same category.
- Only Murders in the Building
Despite getting nominations in 17 categories and winning 3 awards at the Creative Arts Emmy Awards, Hulu’s hit series Only Murders in the Building failed to win in any of the main categories. Martin Short and Steve Martin, who co-starred in the series with Selena Gomez, were the leading names for the Best Actor Award in a comedy. The series also remained empty-handed in the field of script or directing.
- Ted Lasslo
Ted LassoWinning the Best Comedy Series award was undoubtedly a disappointment for the candidates competing in the same category and seen as stronger. Apart from Abbot Elementary and Only Murders in the Building, the hit series Hacks for its second season also missed an Emmy this year.
- Severance and yellowjackets
Apple TV+’s critically acclaimed science fiction series, Best Drama Series, Best Actor (Adam Scott), received 14 nominations, including Best Director (Ben Stiller). The series, which won Best Music and Best Credits Design at the Creative Arts Emmys, left last night’s ceremony empty-handed.
Another creative new series, Yellowjackets, was nominated in 7 categories in total. Among them were the Best Drama Series, Best Direction, Best Actress and Supporting Actress awards, but Showtime’s popular series did not receive an award in the categories it was nominated for.
- Bob Odenkirk
Bob OdenkirkIt was also considered as one of the disappointments of the night that he did not receive the Best Actor award in the Drama category. Better Call Saul Odinkirk, who had a very acclaimed performance with his performance and suffered a heart attack during the shooting, had not been able to embrace the award in his previous nominations.
- Rhea Seehorn Better Call Saul
Rhea Seehorn for six seasons Better Call SaulAlthough the fans were delighted to be nominated for the Best Supporting Actress category for her brilliant performance as Kim Wexler in , Seehorn did not receive the award.
Considered one of the best TV series of all time. Better Call Saulreceived 46 Emmy nominations over its entire season, but did not receive the award even once.