Having Won 4 Emmys Again Succession Reproves that Nothing Works As Well As Vicious Family Sagas worldwide.
It was Bong Joon Ho’s Parasite which put K-Films on the world map. In 2021, it was Squid Game, which propelled K-Dramas to international fame and recognition. The show is likely to cause a massive shake-up in the world of entertainment, yet again, with its historic win at the Emmys.
From K-pop sensations BTS and BLACKPINK to the movie “Parasite” that won four Oscars, South Korean pop culture is now a global phenomenon. While it was big news that “Squid Game” became the first South Korean drama to win an Emmy.
Sheryl Lee Ralph had already broken into tears before the show, when she’d been handed a tablet on the carpet with a recorded message of support from a beloved aunt.
Lizzo’s show Watch Out For The Big Grrrls won the Competition Series Emmy and the singer, while accepting the award, turned teary-eyes
Here are some takeaways about who wore what at the Emmys: strapless dresses were big, as were metallics.
Jason Sudeikis and Jean Smart collected back-to-back acting trophies, while Zendaya picked up her second drama actress prize for “Euphoria.”
The 74th Emmy Awards ceremony will be held on Sept. 12. It will also stream live on Peacock.
Succession will compete for best drama with Squid Game, a violent South Korean satire in which society's marginalized compete for cash in fatal versions of children's games and Netflix's most-watched series ever.
“I’m not a doctor, but I’m pretty sure that if you die, then the cancer also dies at the same time,” Norm Macdonald once said. “That to me is not a loss. That’s a draw.”
While performers of colour comprised 44 percent of the nominations this year, all the 12 major acting awards went to white actors
From 2013 to 2020, Netflix earned a whopping 30 nominations in best drama, comedy, and limited series, but had never pulled off a win in those categories, often losing out to HBO, the perennial Emmys heavyweight.
There was little in the scripted portions of the Emmy Awards 2021 ceremony to draw us in. The good moments were more off the cuff.
Netflix's The Crown and Disney+ series The Mandalorian lead with 24 nods each at this year’s Emmys.
From pandemic shutdown making way for newcomers, to streaming giants taking over traditional networks, here are five things to look out for as the nominations are unveiled.
Last year’s Emmys were a combined in-person and virtual event, but nothing has been confirmed on the format for this year yet
The Emmys faced competition from both NFL football and the NBA Western Conference finals
Zendaya overcame a strong group of nominees such as Jennifer Aniston, Olivia Colman, Laura Linney, Sandra Oh and Jodie Comer.
Heading into an Emmys season eclipsed by both Black Lives Matters protests and the COVID-19 pandemic, the question was whether we would see new trends.
Viola Davis spoke about the inequality in wages during an interaction with journalist Tina Brown at the 2018 Women in the World summit.