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Silicon Valley won the Emmy Awards on Sunday, as did Netflix Crown and Apple TV + Ted Lasso took top honors and strengthened US authority for programs designed for promotional activities.
Netflix’s fourth season Crown won an Emmy in the best sport, the first for a promotional pioneer. The film was dominated by the cast, starring Olivia Colman, who plays Queen Elizabeth, and Josh O’Connor, starring Prince Charles.
Gillian Anderson won the cast of British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, while Tobias Menzies won the title of Prince Philip.
Crown won all seven awards while Netflix is Queen of the Queen won two awards, including a very good series.
Ted Lasso, an affiliate program about an American who was hired to coach a British football team, won the best jokes, the biggest success in Apple’s advertising, which was launched two years ago. Jason Sudeikis, the star of the show, won a grand prize for his sense of humor.
The scourge was exacerbated by the words “Kindness returns”, Ted Lasso has been Apple’s first successor. The company has been awarded more than $ 6bn in 2019 because of its travels, a military box that allows for the attraction of high-tech.
Competition can be even more fierce as advertising companies get into what experts have called the “takeover” segment, following the recent launch of Disney, Paramount +, HBO Max and others.
This was the second Emmy event disrupted by Covid-19. Concerns about the Delta variation of coronavirus forced planners to move the event out of downtown Los Angeles.
Although many normal parties were eliminated, the stars are still there laid out on the red carpet. About 500 people attended the event, the Associated Press says.