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The Winners and Surprises of Emmy’s 75th Edition

Following significant delays caused by the historic WGA and SAG strikes the 75th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards have finally arrived. 


Anthony Anderson took the opportunity to host the 75th Emmy Awards, which aired live from the Peacock Theatre in Los Angeles on Monday, January 15, 2024, on Fox.


Emmy Awards

(CHRISTOPHER POLK/GETTY IMAGES)

 

The Ceremony honors the 2022-2023 television season, and the 76th Emmys are back to celebrate the 2023-2024 season in September later this year. Now that the strikes have ended. 


HBO dominated the Emmy nominations scene with Succession leading with an impressive 27 nods, followed closely by ‘The Last of Us’ with 24 and ‘The White Lotus’ with 23. 


Succession secured a new record with 3 nominations in the Best Actor in a Drama Series category. The Supporting Actor in a Drama Series category is made up entirely of names from Succession and The White Lotus which also has 5 names from supporting Actress in a Drama Series category. 


Succession

(Credits: HBO)


Better Call Saul earned nods for Bob Odenkirk, who suffered a heart attack during the filming of the final season, recovered and continued to play 3 different characters, and has been nominated for Best Lead Actor in a Drama Series.        

Rhea Seehorn and co-creator and showrunner Peter Gould as the show came to its conclusion in the Breaking Bad universe. The show has previously been nominated 46 times but never won.


The Last of Us impressively secured acting nominations for the majority of its cast, including Pedro Pascal, Bella Ramsey, Lamar Johnson, Melanie Lynskey, Storm Reid, Murray Bartlett, Nick Offerman,  Keivonn Montreal Woodard and Anna Torv.


The Last of Us

(Credits: Variety)


Apple TV’s Ted Lasso came to an end and achieved 21 nominations and is followed by the final season of Prime Video’s The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel with 14.

 

Netflix’s Beef and Dahmer-Monster: The Jeffery Dahmer Story then tied with Hulu’s The Bear all received 13 nods each.


Plenty of other surprises sprinkled throughout the nominations for the 75th Emmys, including some love for Barry, Obi-Wan-Kenobi, Wednesday, and Andor. 


HBO/Max earned 127 nominations at the 75th Emmys. Meanwhile, Netflix followed behind in second place with 103 nods. Apple TV+ is in third with 46, and Hulu and Prime Video are both tied in fourth with 42 each. Disney+ then lands in fifth place with 40 nominations. 



/Kieron Loughran


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