The Emmy nominations this year cover a period when the coronavirus pandemic threw the television industry into disarray. As a result, it’s understandable that some of the acts and performances announced on Tuesday might be a little… out of the ordinary.
The Emmy nominations this year cover a period when the coronavirus pandemic threw the television industry into disarray. Emily in Paris, which was widely mocked for receiving a Golden Globe nomination, has been nominated for an Emmy for outstanding comedy series. HBO effectively terminated Lovecraft Country when it chose not to make a second season.
- In the world of television, streaming services are more popular than ever.
- Netflix received the second-most nominations, with 71.
- With 71 nominations, Disney+ came in third.
- The Handmaid’s Tale (23) on HBO and The Tale (The Hand) on Hulu were two of the most nominated shows.
- According to a breakdown of the networks’ nominations, The Crown and The Mandalorian tied for the most with 24, followed by Disney+’s The Mandalorians (21) and Wanda’s Wanda Wanda (23).
- According to the list of networks’ candidates, “Silicon Valley” took home the top honor for best comedy series and “The Walking Dead” took home the top prize for drama series at the Golden Globes.
- The Emmy Awards will telecast on Sunday, according to Seth Meyers.
Cobra Kai, Netflix’s continuation of The Karate Kid franchise, is up for best comedy series. Lovecraft Country, a show that was effectively terminated by HBO when it opted not to produce a second season, received 18 nominations, including best drama series? Is Netflix’s mediocre comedy Emily in Paris, which was widely mocked for receiving a Golden Globe nomination this year, also up for an Emmy for best comedy series?