these Netflix series have crushed the competition

The 73rd Annual Emmy Awards was held in Los Angeles on Sunday. This ceremony rewards each year, since 1949, the best shows and the best professionals in American television. This year, the series on the Netflix platform, and two in particular, have crushed the competition, and put the platform in the spotlight better than ever. We come back to this evening which widely commented on social networks.

The 2021 Emmy Awards

Netflix has crushed the competition at 2021 Emmy Awards, since by including all Emmy Awards (that is to say with the technical prices and the so-called “secondary” prices), the Netflix platform has accumulated no less than 44 statuettes, compared to 18 for HBO / HBO Max. On the side of Disney +, it is the stampede, since WandaVision and The Mandalorian left empty-handed from this 73rd ceremony.

However, it should be noted that during Creative Emmy Awards (a more confidential ceremony during which the technical awards are given), the two series are respectively awarded with three and seven prizes. On the side of Apple TV +, only one series stood out, and it is Ted lasso, a series that looks back on the story of American football coach Ted Lasso, who was recruited by AFC Richmond to train his football team, although the latter had no experience in the sport. While Netflix, as a result, has totally crushed the competition this year, it is notably thanks to two series in particular.

two series that crush the competition

At the 2021 Emmy Awards, the Netflix series The Crown was particularly illustrated, since she won seven statuettes, in the seven categories for which she was eligible. In the category “Best Drama Series”, which was long considered the most prestigious, the fourth season of The Crown has therefore won almost everything, and defeated the competition.

Series The Crown is not the only one to have distinguished itself, however, since the series The Lady’s Game has also distinguished itself in several categories, including the best mini-series, and the best achievement. The two Netflix series left no chance for their competitors.

Here is the exact list of the distinctions that have been awarded at the 2021 Emmy Awards :

  • Actor in a Drama Series: Josh o’connor, The Crown
  • Actress in a Drama Series: Olivia colman, The Crown
  • Supporting Actor (Drama Series): Tobias Menzies, The Crown
  • Supporting Actress (Drama Series): Gillian anderson, The Crown
  • Actor in a comedy: Jason Sudeikis, Ted lasso
  • Actress in a comedy: Smart jeans, Hacks
  • Supporting actor (comedy): Brett Goldstein, Ted lasso
  • Supporting Actress (Comedy): Hannah waddingham, Ted lasso
  • Actor in a miniseries or a TV movie: Ewan McGregor, Halston
  • Actress in a miniseries or a TV movie: Kate winslet, Mare of Easttown
  • Supporting Actress (TV Movie / Miniseries): Julianne Nicholson, Mare of Easttown
  • Supporting actor (mini-series or TV movie): Evan peters, Mare of Easttown
  • Drama series: The Crown
  • Comedy: Ted lasso
  • Miniseries: The Lady’s Game
  • Direction (drama series): Jessica hobbs, The Crown
  • Direction (comedy): Lucia Aniello, Hacks
  • Direction (TV movie / mini-series): Scott Frank, The Lady’s Game
  • Screenplay (drama series): Peter Morgan, The Crown
  • Screenplay (comedy): Lucia Aniello, Paul W. Downs and Jen Statsky, Hacks
  • Screenplay (TV movie / mini-series): Michaela coel, I May Destroy You
  • Screenplay (entertainment show): Last Week Tonight with John Oliver
  • Entertainment show: Last Week Tonight with John Oliver
  • Sketch entertainment show: Saturday Night Live
  • Special live broadcast: Stephen Colbert’s Election Night 2020
  • Special program recorded: Hamilton

And you, do you think it is deserved that the series The Crown and The Lady’s Game have crushed the competition 2021 Emmy Awards ? We let you answer this question via our survey, and via our comments area ! And if you followed the news to the mini-series The Lady’s Game, you should know that a season 2 is absolutely not planned, which did not prevent Anya Taylor-Joy (Beth Harmon) from reveal what she would have thought to be a very good synopsis for a second season.

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