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"It made three months of very hard work and many, many discussions to get it absolutely right feel a little bit wasted, really.”
The comic actor voiced his concerns about the night's set-up while presenting an award.
The Sex Education star bagged The Crown one of its seven wins on Sunday night.
The British actor won a gong for her portrayal of the Queen in Netflix’s The Crown.
The legendary entertainer broke the record with 11 wins for his work on RuPaul's Drag Race.
The I May Destroy You creator, actor, writer and director won an Emmy for writing the universally acclaimed series.
Netflix's royal drama The Crown and the Apple TV+ comedy Ted Lasso won big at the ceremony.
TV's biggest stars from hit shows like The Crown, The Queen's Gambit and I May Destroy You brought drama and class to the carpet.
Previously, the actor said she was "definitely hurt" at being the only main cast member not to receive an Emmy nomination.
It may have taken more than 25 years, but Courteney's luck has finally changed.
Michaela Coel, Regé-Jean Page, Olivia Colman, Emma Corrin and Josh O’Connor are all up for gongs.
She was nominated for Best Leading Actress in a Drama Series for her role as Blanca Evangelista in Pose.
The Monica Geller actor was the only member of the main cast to miss out on a major accolade.
From the Brits and the Baftas to the Grammys and the Globes, there have been major changes across the board.
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There’s good reason why Netflix's sleeper hit cleaned up at this year’s Emmys.
The Emmys wrestled with providing joy and hope as the pandemic and social injustice rages on all around it. With many of the acceptance speeches pointing towards the November presidential election as a chance for change, Schitt’s Creek unrelenting joy and positivity shone through, with a history-making sweep of the comedy awards, while Succession took home the prize for best drama series.
The likes of Olivia Colman, Jodie Comer, Paul Mescal and Thandie Newton had all been nominated.