First, Cedric the Entertainer should host the Emmys every year. Oh, I nominate her to host the Oscars right now. He was witty, witty and skit smart. I think it’s safe to say that the opening numbers put us all in a good mood.
Now, although the show took an hour too long – most of us are hooked on television during the Covid-19 pandemic. So it looks like this year in particular, we’ve all seen a lot that is nominated. At least I do!
The two shows that received the most awards over the past two weekends were “Ted Lasso”, which won seven, and “The Crown”, which won 11. If you’re not seeing them, you need to start bingeing. When it comes to Outstanding Limited Series, one of the most coveted categories, this award went to one of my favorite shows, “The Queen’s Gambit.”
It was a big night for Netflix, according to Granthshala’s Brian Lowry, taking home a total of 44 Emmys, setting an all-time record for one year.
Plus, major props for RuPaul Charles, who made history by becoming an Emmy. most respected person of color With 11 wins in the history of the show.
From Bravo to Kate Winslet who took home an Emmy for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Limited Series or TV Movie for her role in “Mare of Easttown.” well deserved.
Much love to Jean Smart who won an Emmy for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series for her role in “Hacks.” I’ve rooted for her since her days on “Designing Women.”
There was an emotional moment when Debbie Allen was honored with the Governors Award at the Emmys.
In the end, the best speech of the night went to the “I’ll Destroy You” star Michaela Coel, who dedicated her Emmy win for Outstanding Writing for a Limited or Anthology Series or Film to Sexual Abuse Survivors.
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