Netflix has it captives Emmys most consistently on one platform with 44 plus 11 of Crown, more than twice its closest counterpart, HBO / HBO Max. The 2021 edition of the award was also an exciting year for Apple TV +, which took 10 Emmy plus seven on its playlist. Ted Lasso.
In fact, the biggest piece of Netflix’s Emmy production came from the 34 Creative Arts Emmys that won last week. However, it took the first 10 years of the Emmy with the awards of Olivia Colman, Gillian Anderson and Josh O’Connor in Crown, along with Ewan McGregor in Halston. Crown he also won for writing and directing, while taking home the most prestigious prize in the sport. The Queen’s Gambit of Netflix, which also includes Anya Taylor-Joy, won on a very small list.
So far, Apple TV + had some of the best 10 Emmy in the world, including seven for the first time. It oversees the comedy and seven-part series Ted Lasso, including three on the team performing Brett Goldstein with Hannah Waddingham (best performers) and Jason Sudeikis (best player). Ted Lasso He also won prizes for his excellent acting.
Thanks so much to the list, Apple TV + did much better than its rivals. Disney + has won 14 awards, starting at eight in 2020, but only one of them was an Emmy for the first time (Hamilton of various pre-existing). Amazon and Hulu were completely shut down in 2021, both winning the Emmys in 2020.
HBO and HBO Max led their opponents with 130 answers and took 19 Emmy, plus 9 for the first time. The winner last night was Jean Smart’s Mahaki (best actress in comedy series) by Kate Winslet’s Mare from Easstown (best artist short list). After that it was contradictory shut up at the Golden Globes nomination, Michaela Cole received the best writing award in the shortlist of I Can Destroy You.
It was in 2018 that Netflix managed to build a network, HBO (pre-HBO Max), for Emmy to win. This year, it beat all its competitors remotely, and the advertising towers took the top four places. Whether this will continue as the epidemic begins to decline – and enrollment growth is declining – remains to be seen.
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