Warner may be in crisis, but the Emmys corroborate its stranglehold on industry awards

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Warner is not having his best moment, in general terms. In general terms, in fact, 2022 is being quite a year horrible for a company that has earned, after a series of terrible decisions such as erasing ‘Batgirl’ from the map, a certain reputation for walking around like a headless chicken on the audiovisual scene. But HBO and HBO Max, their armed forces in the streaming war, They fly over this crisis and, as is their tradition, they have swept this year’s Emmys.

No less than 38 Emmys have won between HBO and HBO Max (in the United States they continue to operate independently), doubling the 19 they achieved in 2021. The two big winners have been a couple of iconic Warner productions: ‘The White Lotus’ ( Best Limited Series, Best Direction and Screenplay, Best Supporting Actress, Best Actor) and ‘Succession’ (Best Series, Best Screenplay, Best Supporting Actor).

and there is more HBO products that have succeeded, some even reaching memorable milestones. ‘Euphoria’ takes six statuettes, including one for Zendaya for Best Actress, making her, as her second award in that category, the first black woman to win the award twice and the youngest winner in Emmy history for the second year consecutive. Finally, the second season of ‘Hacks’ took three Emmys.

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There was a time when HBO was synonymous with “quality television”: it competed with linear television productions, and series such as ‘The Sopranos’, ‘The Wire’, ‘Carnivale’ and, more recently, ‘Game of Thrones’, they made a difference with more adult productions and very pampered by the awards. This year’s Emmys confirm that, despite the turbulent days Warner is going through, HBO keeps the touch.

In the meantime, Netflix wins 26 awards, a significant drop from last year’s triumphant 44 (due, for the most part, to two sweets for critics such as ‘The Crown’ and ‘Lady’s Gambit’), but this year’s winners are not far behind in quality: ‘The Squid Game’, ‘Stranger Things’, ‘Arcane’ and ‘Love on the Spectrum’. Disney+, after the mirage that was ‘Scarlet Witch and Vision’, leaves practically empty, and takes somewhat the same position as with its films: adored by the public, ignored by critics and awards.

Finally, ‘Ted Lasso’, with its three central awards for Best Comedy and the actors Jason Sudeikis and Brett Goldstein reminds us that Apple TV + may not have the commercial or economic drive of the greats of the streaming, but it is capable of betting on products of indisputable quality. And it helps us remember a few great series that have not been awarded: the most important, perhaps the best series of the year, ‘Separation’, from Apple TV + itself.

Along with it, other proposals that have undeservedly gone without awards have been the monumental ‘Yellowjackets’, the auction of ‘ ‘Killing Eve’ (although this was already recognized in other seasons), ‘Midnight Mass’, ‘Pacifier’ or ‘Only murders in the building’. And above all, of course, ‘Better Call Saul’, which continues to add zero awards with a total of 46 nominations throughout its history.

Full list of awardees

Comedy

Best Supporting Actress

  • Alex Borstein (‘The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel’)
  • Hannah Eibinder (“Hacks”)
  • Janelle James (“Abbott College”)
  • Kate McKinnon (Saturday Night Live)
  • Sarah Niles (“Ted Lasso”)
  • Sheryl Lee Ralph (“Abbott College”) [GANADORA]
  • Juno Temple (‘Ted Lasso’)
  • Hannah Waddingham (“Ted Lasso”)

Best Supporting Actor

  • Anthony Carrigan (“Barry”)
  • Brett Goldstein (“Ted Lasso”) [GANADOR]
  • Toheeb Jimoh (“Ted Lasso”)
  • Nick Mohammed (“Ted Lasso”)
  • Tony Shalhoub (‘The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel’)
  • Tyler James Williams (“Abbott College”)
  • Henry Winkler (“Barry”)
  • Bowen Yang (Saturday Night Live)

Best leading actress

  • Rachel Brosnahan (‘The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel’)
  • Fifth Brunson (‘Abbott College’)
  • Kaley Cuoco (“The Flight Attendant”)
  • Elle Fanning (“The Great”)
  • Issa Rae (“Insecure”)
  • Jean Smart (“Hacks”)

Best Leading Actor

  • Donald Glover (“Atlanta”)
  • Bill Hader (“Barry”)
  • Nicholas Hoult (“The Great”)
  • Steve Martin (‘Only Murders in the Building’)
  • Martin Short (‘Only Murders in the Building’)
  • Jason Sudeikis (“Ted Lasso”) [GANADOR]

Best screenplay

  • Fifth Brunson for “Pilot” (‘Abbott College’) [GANADORA]
  • Duffy Boudreau for “710N” (‘Barry’)
  • Alec Berg and Bill Hader for “starting now” (‘Barry’)
  • Lucia Aniello, Paul W. Downs and Jen Statsky for “The One, The Only” (‘Hacks’)
  • Steve Martin and John Hoffman for “True Crime” (‘Only murders in the building’)
  • Sarah Naftalis for “The Casino” (‘What We Do in the Shadows’)
  • Stefani Robinson for “The Wellness Center” (‘What We Do in the Shadows’)

best address

  • Hiro Murai for “New Jazz” (‘Atlanta’)
  • Bill Hader for “710N” (‘Barry’)
  • Lucia Aniello for “There will be blood” (‘Hacks’)
  • Mary Lou Belli for “Baby Daddy Groundhog Day” (‘The Ms. Pat Show’)
  • Cherien Dabis for “The boy from 6B” (‘Only murders in the building’)
  • Jamie Babbit for “True Crime” (‘Only murders in the building’)
  • MJ Delaney for “No Weddings and a Funeral” (‘Ted Lasso’) [GANADORA]

best comedy series

  • ‘Abbott College’
  • ‘barry’
  • ‘Larry David’
  • ‘Hacks’
  • ‘The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel’
  • ‘Only murders in the building’
  • ‘ted lasso’ [GANADORA]
  • ‘What we do in the shadows’

Limited series, anthologies and TV Movies

Best Supporting Actress

  • Connie Britton (“The White Lotus”)
  • Jennifer Coolidge (“The White Lotus”) [GANADORA]
  • Alexandra Daddario (“The White Lotus”)
  • Kaitlyn Dever (‘Dopesick’)
  • Natasha Rothwell (“The White Lotus”)
  • Sydney Sweeney (“The White Lotus”)
  • Mare Winningham (‘Dopesick’)

Best Supporting Actor

  • Murray Bartlett (“The White Lotus”) [GANADOR]
  • Jake Lacy (“The White Lotus”)
  • Will Poulter (“Dopesick”)
  • Seth Rogen (“Pam & Tommy”)
  • Peter Sarsgaard (“Dopesick”)
  • Michael Stuhlbarg (“Dopesick”)
  • Steve Zahn (“The White Lotus”)

Best leading actress

  • Toni Collette (“The Staircase”)
  • Julia Garner (‘Who is Anna?’)
  • Lily James (“Pam & Tommy”)
  • Sarah Paulson (“The Lewinsky Affair”)
  • Margaret Qualley (‘The Housemaid’)
  • Amanda Seyfried (“The Dropout”) [GANADORA]

Best Leading Actor

  • Colin Firth (“The Staircase”)
  • Andrew Garfield (‘Heaven Commanded’)
  • Oscar Isaac (‘Secrets of a Marriage’)
  • Michael Keaton (“Dopesick”) [GANADOR]
  • Himesh Patel (‘Season Eleven’)
  • Sebastian Stan (“Pam & Tommy”)

Best screenplay

  • Danny Strong for “The People vs. Purdue Pharma” (‘Dopesick’)
  • Elizabeth Meriwether for “I’m in a Hurry” (‘The Dropout’)
  • Sarah Burgess for “Snaps” (‘The Housemaid’)
  • Patrick Somerville for “Unbroken Circle” (‘Station eleven’)
  • Mike White for ‘The White Lotus’ [GANADOR]

best address

  • Danny Strong for “The People vs. Purdue Pharma” (‘Dopesick’)
  • Michael Showalter for “Green Juice” (‘The Dropout’)
  • Francesca Gregorini for “Iron Sisters” (‘The Dropout’)
  • John Wells for “Sky Blue” (‘The Housekeeper’)
  • Hiro Murai for “Wheel of Fire” (‘Season Eleven’)
  • Mike White for ‘The White Lotus’ [GANADOR]

Best Limited Series or Anthology

  • ‘Dopesick: Story of an Addiction’
  • ‘The Dropout: The Rise and Fall of Elizabeth Holmes’
  • ‘Who is Anna?’
  • ‘Pam and Tommy’
  • ‘The White Lotus’ [GANADOR]

Drama

Best Supporting Actress

  • Patricia Arquette (‘Separation’)
  • Julia Garner (“Ozarks”) [GANADORA]
  • Jung Ho-yeon (‘The Squid Game’)
  • Christina Ricci (“Yellowjackets”)
  • Rhea Seehorn (“Better Call Saul”)
  • J. Smith-Cameron (‘Succession’)
  • Sara Snook (“Succession”)
  • Sydney Sweeney (“Euphoria”)

Best Supporting Actor

  • Nicholas Braun (“Succession”)
  • Billy Cudrup (“The Morning Show”)
  • Kieran Culkin (“Succession”)
  • Park Hae-soo (‘The Squid Game’)
  • Matthew Macfadyen (“Succession”) [GANADOR]
  • John Turturro (“Severance”)
  • Christopher Walken (“Separation”)
  • Oh Yeong-su (‘The Squid Game’)

Best leading actress

  • Jodie Eat (‘Killing Eve’)
  • Laura Linney (“Ozarks”)
  • Melanie Lynskey (“Yellowjackets”)
  • Sandra Oh (“Killing Eve”)
  • Reese Witherspoon (“The Morning Show”)
  • Zendaya (“Euphoria”) [GANADORA]

Best Leading Actor

  • Jason Bateman (“Ozarks”)
  • Brian Cox (“Succession”)
  • Lee Jung-jae (‘The Squid Game’) [GANADOR]
  • Bob Odenkirk (“Better Call Saul”)
  • Adam Scott (“Severance”)
  • Jeremy Strong (“Succession”)

Best screenplay

  • Thomas Schnauz for “Plan and Execution” (‘Better Call Saul’)
  • Chris Mundy for “A Hard Way to Go” (‘Ozark’)
  • Dan Erickson for “The We We Are” (‘Separation’)
  • Hwang Dong-hyuk for “One Lucky Day” (‘The Squid Game’)
  • Jesse Armstrong for “All the Bells Say” (‘Succession’) [GANADOR]
  • Jonathan Lisco, Ashley Lyle and Bart Nickerson for “F Sharp” (‘Yellowjackets’)
  • Ashley Lyle and Bart Nickerson for “Pilot” (‘Yellowjackets’)

best address

  • Jason Bateman for “A Hard Way To Go” (‘Ozark’)
  • Ben Stiller for “The We We Are” (‘Separation’)
  • Hwang Dong-hyuk for “Red Light, Green Light” (‘The Squid Game’) [GANADOR]
  • Mark Mylod for “Al the Bells Say” (‘Succession’)
  • Cathy Yan for “The Disruptions” (‘Succession’)
  • Lorene Scafaria for “Too Much Birthday” (‘Succession’)

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Best Drama Series

  • ‘Better Call Saul’
  • ‘euphoria’
  • ‘Ozarks’
  • ‘Separation’
  • ‘The squid game’
  • ‘Stranger Things’
  • ‘Succession’ [GANADORA]
  • ‘Yellowjackets’

Variety Categories

Best Competition Reality

  • ‘La carrera asombroza’
  • ‘Lizzo’s Watch Out for the Big Grrrls’ [GANADOR]
  • ‘Nickel USA’
  • ‘RuPaul’s Drag Race’
  • ‘Top Chef’
  • ‘The Voice’

best talk show

  • ‘The Daily Show’
  • ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live!’
  • ‘Last Week Tonight with John Oliver’ [GANADOR]
  • Late Night with Seth Meyers
  • The Late Show with Stephen Colbert’

Best Sketch Series

  • ‘A Black Lady Sketch Show’
  • ‘Saturday night Live’ [GANADOR]

Warner is not having his best moment, in general terms. In general terms, in fact, 2022 is being quite a…

Warner is not having his best moment, in general terms. In general terms, in fact, 2022 is being quite a…

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