LOS ANGELES, Sept. 19 (US): Emmy Awards host Cedric the Entertainer and the show’s producers promised it would be a celebration for everyone. But it may be more rewarding, even historical, for some.
This includes the Netflix drama “The Crown” and the Apple TV + comedy “Ted Lasso”. They are each considered Sunday’s front-runner for Best Honor Series in their respective categories, and their team has received a large number of nominations, the AP reports.
More offers will benefit. Victories in both the best drama and comedy series categories would be a first sign for the streaming services and cement their growing dominance, much to the chagrin of rivals.
But the TV industry in general will be honored, including broadcast networks that still offer popular programming but have largely been decimated at the Emmys, say those responsible for the event, which airs at 8 p.m. ET on CBS.
“Sometimes programs that can be called ‘niche’ come off with awards, and a lot of people go, ‘What the hell is this? “So we were really aware of that, and we brought in big stars that everyone knows and loves.”
Presenters include Ellen Pompeo of “Grey’s Anatomy,” Tracee Ellis Ross, Anthony Anderson (“black-ish”), and LL Cool J (“NCIS: Los Angeles”).
The producers’ ultimate goal is an upbeat party and acknowledgment of how important television has become during the pandemic and its lockdown.
“When we first sat down with Cedric, we all quickly agreed on the idea of a party,” Hadlin said. “The truth is, TV right now is probably the best ever… and boy, did we ever need it.”
We’ve been through “very difficult times,” Hudlin said.
“We’re going to have a good time,” Cedric said. He plunged into recent and older seasons of nominated shows — retro-watching, as the latter was called — to make sure he was prepared with a level playing field.
Among the top nominees are British royal drama “The Crown” and Star Wars-universe based on The Mandalorian, which each received 24 nominations.
On the comedy side, the comedy “Ted Lasso” competes with “black-ish”. “Cobra Kai”; “Emily in Paris”; “hacks”; “host”; “Kominsky method” and “PEN15”.
Other contenders for the drama include former winner “The Handmaid’s Tale” and “Lovecraft Country,” which were canceled after one season, but earned nods to cast members Jonathan Majors, Journey Smollett, Ongano Ellis, and the late Michael K. Williams, who He died in September. .6.
They are part of a diverse field of candidates. Of the 96 representative nods for dramas, comedies, and miniseries, nearly 44% — a total of 42 nominations — went to people of color. Their rise reflects the change in the population of the United States, as the number of people identifying as white has shrunk for the first time in census history.