Winners, losers and successes

The amy He returned tonight (September 12) with a three-hour concert at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles. while the List of winners It was generally impressive, and there were also a few critiques along the way, as well as some history-making successes. Here is our pick of the party’s highlights.

The winners

white lotus Created by Mike White

White’s quirky and gritty exploration of the white franchise has won five awards in the major categories – more than any other show. In addition to the Outstanding Limited Series Award, White himself has received awards for writing and directing six Wild Parts. Cast members Murray Bartlett and Jennifer Coolidge also won, and Coolidge’s acceptance speech was as baffling/charming as you’d expect. Who else is going to talk about taking a ‘lavender bath’ while picking up the hottest awards from TV

The amazing Zendaya

Zendaya made history twice when she won the lead actress in a drama for her portrayal tranceTroubled but attractive street. She is not only the first black woman to win this award twice, but also, at 26, the youngest actress ever to receive two Emmy Awards. And her acceptance speech, which she dedicated to “anyone who loves a street or feels like a street,” was just as perfect as her performance.

Ted Lasso

The much-loved football sitcom has added four Emmy Awards to Seven He won last year, including his second consecutive win for Outstanding Comedy Series. There were also repeat wins for cast members Jason Sudeikis and Brett Goldstein, who made sure to deliver his acceptance speech with the F-Bomb for the second year in a row. Never change, Roy Kent.


yellow jackets

The gorgeous female-led drama series about survival, camaraderie, and cannibalism couldn’t turn any of its seven nominations into victories. Melanie Lynskey lost to Zendaya, while Christina Ricci was defeated by the Queen of the ’90s again to the Outstanding Supporting Actress by OzarkJulia Garner.

And in the outstanding drama series, she always lost to famous people Succession, which also celebrated the victory of prominent cast member Matthew Macfadyen. Tom Wambsgans fans will celebrate tonight.

The best of Saul on demand

Before this wonderful evening’s party Too bad prequel has never won an Emmy in Which main category. And after tonight’s party… that hasn’t happened yet. Cast members Bob Odenkirk and Rhea Seehorn lost again, which means the series now has 0 to 25 records in the major Emmys categories. at least the offer He has another chance for glory next year.


Sydney Sweeney

The Internet loves Sidney Sweeney because she is, well, Sidney Sweeney. I got two awards tonight – Supporting Actress in a Drama Series for trance and supporting actress in a limited series for white lotus – But he left empty-handed. OzarkJulia Garner beat her in the previous category, while star Jennifer Coolidge beat her in the second category.

Oh, and did we mention it was Sweeney’s 25th birthday tonight? Too harsh.


squid game Lee Jong Jae

Netflix Most watched series Ever won six awards overall, including a prestigious win in the Dramatic Direction category for creator Hwang Dong-hyuk. The most exciting thing was seeing Lee Jung-Jae who is the first Asian actor to win an Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series Award.

“Thank you to the director for making our real-life problems so creatively come to life on screen with a great script,” he said sweetly before repeating his speech in Korean. It was a very uplifting moment that helped end the show on great style.

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