‘The Crown’ wins 7 awards, including Best Drama, while ‘Ted Lasso’ wins 4, including Best Comedy – Daily Bulletin



“The Crown” took home the 73rd Primetime Emmy Awards on Sunday with seven wins, including Outstanding Drama and all four acting categories, while “Ted Lasso” finished second with four Emmy Awards, including Outstanding Comedy.

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“Thank you, Television Academy; thanks, Netflix; thank you, Sony, ”said creator Peter Morgan, who has appeared with most of the cast and creator of“ The Crown ”in England where he was on Monday shortly after 4 a.m. when the award for Best Drama was announced.

“Thank you… very much,” said Morgan, who had won the award for best screenplay for a drama, smiling broadly at the team cheering him around the room. “We’re going to have a party now. I’m at a loss for words and very, very grateful.

Olivia Colman won the Best Actress award for “The Crown” for her role as Queen Elizabeth, while Josh O’Connor won the Best Actor award for his work as Prince Charles. Earlier, Tobias Menzies and Gillian Anderson won the Acting and Supporting Actress Awards for performances of Prince Phillip and Margaret Thatcher.

In this video capture posted Sunday, September 19, 2021 by Television Academy, the “Ted Lasso” crew accept the Outstanding Comedy Series award at the Primetime Emmy Awards. (TV Academy via AP)

In comedy, Jason Sudeikis won the Best Actor award for “Ted Lasso,” which ended with four Emmy Awards, including Best Supporting Actor and Actress for Brett Goldstein and Hannah Waddingham, while Jean Smart won won the award for best actress for a comedy series for her work. in “Hacks”.

“Mare of Easttown” and “The Queen’s Gambit” share the top categories for limited series, anthologies or movies. Kate Winslet took home the award for Best Actress in the Title Role of “Mare of Easttown”, which took home three in total, while “The Queen’s Gambit” won two awards, including an Outstanding Limited Series.

“Anya Taylor-Joy, what can I say, you brought the sexy back to chess,” said William Horberg, producer of “The Queen’s Gambit”. “And you have inspired a generation of young women and girls to realize that patriarchy has no defense against our queens.”

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