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Silicon Valley won the Emmy Awards like Netflix on Sunday The crown And Apple TV + Ted Lasso Programming created for streaming services reinforces the respect and dominance of the top series in the United States.
Netflix’s fourth season The crown Amy won for Best Drama, first for Streaming Pioneer. The show has dominated the acting category, with Olivia Coleman as Queen Elizabeth and Josh O’Connor as Prince Charles.
Gillian Anderson has won the Best Supporting Actress award in a drama series for her role as British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, and Tobias Menzies has won the Best Supporting Actor award in a drama series, replacing Prince Philip.
The crown Netflix has won a total of seven awards Queen’s Gambit Won two awards, including the best limited series.
Ted Lasso, A good program about an American who was hired as the coach of a British football team, won the Best Comedy Series, a big achievement for Apple’s streaming service, which was launched just two years ago. The show’s star Jason Sudekis won the top award for his comedy performance.
An epidemic hit with the slogan “Please come back”, Ted Lasso Apple’s first real success. The company allocated more than 6 6 billion in 2019 for its streaming efforts, a battle book that allowed it to attract top talent.
Competition could intensify with the recent launch of Disney, Paramount +, HBO Max, and others entering the streaming industry that analysts have dubbed the “land grab” stage.
This was the second Emmy event to be interrupted by Kovid-1. Concerns over the delta form of the coronavirus forced organizers to move the event to an outdoor tent in downtown Los Angeles.
Although most of the usual glittering parties were canceled, the stars still posed outside on the red carpet. The Associated Press estimates that about 500 people attended.