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Emmy Award 2022 was held at Microsoft Theatre in Los Angeles. Last year due to covid there was no red carpet show but this year the show was in full swing and many beautiful gowns were seen during the red carpet event.
The 74th Emmy was hosted by black comedian Kenan Thompson, who save his cheek from the slap of any actor like we saw last time in oscar when host Chris Rock got slapped by Will Smith.
Most remarkable moment is for Asians as Squid Game made history by winning Emmy in the best director and best actor award in a drama series category.
A White Lotus won big while grabbing 5 Emmys in a Limited Series category.
Another big win are Succession and Ted Lasso swept the best drama Emmy award in a drama series and comedy series categories respectively.
Outstanding Drama Series –
Succession – Drama aired on HBO, it is a drama about a powerful family controlling media and their family troubles.
Outstanding Comedy Series –
Ted Lasso –
Airing on Apple TV+, A college football coach who was hired to coach English Premier League team AFC Richmond. The coach has zero experience in coaching any big football team.
Outstanding Limited Series or TV Movie –
The White Lotus –
A comedy-drama tells the story of people who are staying at the resort and their secrets are unveiled back to back which creates a problem
Lead Actor in a Drama Series – Lee Jung Jae for Squid Game
Lead Actor in Comedy Series – Jason Sudeikis for Ted Lasso
Lead Actor in a Limited Series or TV Movie – Michael Keaton for Dopesick
Lead Actress in a Drama Series – Zendaya for Euphoria
Lead Actress in a Comedy Series – Jean Smart for Hack
Lead Actress in a Limited Series or TV movie – Amanda Seyfried for The Dropout
Supporting Actor in a Drama Series – Mathew Macfayden for Succession
Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series – Brett Goldstein for Ted Lasso
Supporting Actor in a Limited Series or TV movie – Murray Bartlett for The White Lotus
Supporting Actress in a Drama Series – Julia Graner for Ozark
Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series – Sheryl Lee Ralph for Abbott Elementary
Supporting Actress in a Limited Series or TV Movie – Jeniffer Coolidge for The White Lotus
Directing for a Drama Series –
Hwang Dong-Hyuk for Squid Game Episode "Red Light, Green Light"
Directing for a Comedy Series –
MJ Delaney for Ted Lasso episode "No Weddings and A Funeral"
Directing for a Limited Series or TV Movie –
Mike White for The White Lotus
Writing for a Drama Series –
Jesse Armstrong for Succession episode "All The Bells Say"
Writing for a Comedy Series –
Quinta Brunson for Abbott Elementary Pilot Episode
Writing for a Limited Series or TV Movie –
Mike White for The White Lotus
Writing for a Variety Special –
Jerrod Carmichael for Rothaniel
Writing for a Variety Series –
Last Week Tonight with John Oliver
Variety Talk Series –
Last Week Tonight With John Oliver
Variety Sketch Series-
Saturday Night Live
Outstanding Documentary or Nonfiction series –
The Beatles: Get Back
Outstanding Documentary or Nonfiction Special –
George Carlin's American Dream
Variety Special (Live) –
Pepsi Super Bowl LVI Halftime Show Starring – Dr.Dre, Snoop Dog, Marry J.Blige, Eminem, Kendrick Lamar, and 50 Cent
Variety Special (Pre-recorded) –
Adele: One Night Only
Competition Programme –
Lizzo's Watch Out for the Big Grrrls
Governor Award –
Geena Davis – Geena Davis Institute on Gender in Media
A Cambridgeshire-born Himesh Patel shines all in black at the red carpet event of Emmy Award 2022. He was nominated for HBO's miniseries Station Eleven, he played the role of Jeevan Chaudhary.
Himesh Patel was born on 13 October 1990, to Gujarati parents who migrated from Africa, His mother was born in Zambia, and his father in Kenya.
He is best known for playing Mahir in the Christopher Nolan movie Tenet, starring in Don't Look Up alongside Leonardo DiCaprio, and in the musical romantic comedy film Yesterday.