‘The Crown’ Wins Outstanding Drama Series At The Emmys

‘The Crown’ Wins Emmys

The Crown” won the Emmy for outstanding drama series, while “Ted Lasso” from Apple TV+ won for best comedy series. Olivia Colman and Josh O’Connor of “The Crown” took home the top drama acting awards on Sunday, while Jason Sudeikis of “Ted Lasso” and Jean Smart of “Hacks,” a generation-gap comedy, took home the top comic acting awards.

‘The Crown’ Wins Emmys

Colman and O’Connor were a successful fictional mother-son combo in the British royal family storey that mixes gravity and soap opera: she portrays Queen Elizabeth II and O’Connor plays Prince Charles in the British royal family saga that combines gravitas and soap opera.

‘The Crown’ Wins Emmys

Colman described the win as “a wonderful finish to the most incredible trip” with the show’s actors and writers, saying, “I’d have placed money on that not occurring.” She cut her comments short to explain why she was crying. “I lost my daddy during COVID, and he would have loved all of this.” she said.

Emma Corwin, who portrayed Princess Diana beside him and was also a candidate Sunday, was described by O’Connor as a “force of nature.” Sudeikis made a statement that echoed the cheerful, optimistic character he portrays in the sitcom about a U.K. soccer club and its unusual American coach, which many fans considered a salve during terrible epidemic times.

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“This show is about families, mentors, and teammates, and without those things in my life, I wouldn’t be here,” Sudeikis said. “I’m only as good as you guys make me look,” he said of his other castmates. Smart’s acceptance speech, which garnered a standing ovation, began on a melancholy note: her husband, actor Richard Gilliland, died six months ago.

The British royal drama “The Crown” and the Star Wars-inspired “The Mandalorian” each garnered 24 nominations, putting them in first place.

On the comedy front, “Ted Lasso” is up against “black-ish,” “Cobra Kai,” “Emily in Paris,” “Hacks,” “The Flight Attendant,” “The Kominsky Method,” and “PEN15.” Other drama series possibilities include “The Handmaid’s Tale,” a previous winner, and “Lovecraft Country,” which was cancelled after a single season but earned nominations for cast members Jonathan Majors, Jurnee Smollett, Aunjanue Ellis, and Williams.


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