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Entertainment The Emmys moments you may have missed, from The Handmaid's Tale's loss to #EmmysSoWhite

22:55  20 september  2021
22:55  20 september  2021 Source:   abc.net.au

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The Handmaid ' s Tale went into this year' s event with 21 nominations for its fourth season, up there with The Crown and The Mandalorian (24) and WandaVision (23). But unfortunately for the show, which was crowned Best Drama in 2017, it was successful in exactly zero of those categories. That means the popular dystopian drama, now four series in (and with a fifth on the way), has become the biggest loser in Emmys history. Who knew a terrifying tale about the end of civilised society just wouldn't vibe this year? There were accusations of # EmmysSoWhite . Is Hollywood getting any better at truly

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Another pandemic-era Emmys are done.

Yes, there were technical glitches, skits that didn't land (all the jokes about Mike Pence's fly were told 11 months ago) and a lot of wholesome celebrations involving your favourite TV people.

But the were also subtler moments: new records achieved (good and bad), more accusations of institutional racism and, because we're in a pandemic, some legitimate health and safety concerns.

The Handmaid's Tale earned an unfortunate claim to fame

The Handmaid's Tale went into this year's event with 21 nominations for its fourth season, up there with The Crown and The Mandalorian (24) and (23).

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However, for major nominees of color, Emmys 2021 was a major disappointment — and # EmmysSoWhite was trending on Twitter by the time the broadcast ended after running 15 minutes overtime. “I May Destroy You ” creator and star Michaela Coel, 33, took home the Emmy for writing for a Limited or Anthology Series or Movie. The category was hers to win, but on a night that hasn’t been rewarding to BIPOC performers, it didn’t feel guaranteed. The British screenwriter/actress dedicated her win to survivors of sexual assault.

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But unfortunately for the show, which was crowned Best Drama in 2017, it was successful in exactly zero of those categories.

That means the popular dystopian drama, now four series in (and with a fifth on the way), has become the biggest loser in Emmys history.

Who knew a terrifying tale about the end of civilised society just wouldn't vibe this year?

There were accusations of #EmmysSoWhite

Is Hollywood getting any better at truly representing its audience?

This year, a record 44 per cent of Emmys acting nominees were people of colour.

Pop quiz: how many of those actors took home awards on Monday?

(It should be noted that Gillian Anderson, who did win, is bisexual. Also, last week's Creative Arts Emmys featured a few wins by black actors.)

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The show missed eligibility last year—when The Handmaid ’ s Tale won—and with competition like the final season of The Americans, and the second seasons of Stranger Things, This Is Us, Westworld, The Crown, and Handmaid ’ s in the mix, it was going to be a tough category no matter what. The legendary actress, who has eight Emmy Awards to her name, was honored at the awards show for her contributions to television. White had the crowd laughing the entire time during her speech, during which she thanked everyone for “still putting up with me.” White really had everyone cracking up when she

# EmmysSoWhite trended on Twitter after not a single actor of color won in the acting categories despite a record number of diverse nominees this year. Strong contenders -- including the late Michael K. Williams who was up for supporting actor in a drama series for "Lovecraft Country" and Michaela Coel who was nominated for outstanding lead actress in a limited series or TV movie for "I May Destroy You " -- were shut out. Here' s what you may have missed during the 2021 Emmy Awards. It' s an old hashtag for an even older complaint.

While there was recognition for dancer and actor Debbie Allen, who won the Governor's Award for her career achievements, and for Michaela Coel, who won a writing award for her series I May Destroy You, the results were received about as well as you would expect.

Awards shows have strived in recent years to diversify their voting blocks, particularly in the wake of similar controversy for years at the Oscars. This is happening across the arts.

But as Variety noted, this was the second major awards show in a row where a black actor who had recently died lost his category to a white Brit who did not turn up.

Gillian Anderson broke an Emmys streak

The Crown had another very good year at The Emmys.

Alongside Best Drama (the big one), Best Writing in a Drama Series and Best Directing in a Drama Series, the Netflix show performed a clean sweep of the four dramatic acting awards.

That included Gillian Anderson winning Best Supporting Actress for her part as British PM Margaret Thatcher in the show's fourth season.

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You might say that Cedric the Entertainer saw it coming. In his opening monologue, the host of the 73rd Emmy Awards called out Black-ish star Anthony Anderson in the crowd and congratulated him on his 11th nomination. Only two performers of color — I May Destroy You ' s Michaela Coel and RuPaul' s Drag Race ' s own RuPaul — accepted statues, neither of which was in an acting category. That trend didn’t go unnoticed on Twitter, where # EmmysSoWhite immediately started trending as soon as the last award of the night was handed out to Netflix’ s blockbuster limited series, The Queen' s

It was an award 24 years in the making for the American actress.

You might remember the role she won for back then: FBI Agent Dana Scully.

The streaming giants are getting bigger

The big streaming platforms have upended Hollywood in the past decade or so, and their Emmys dominance is increasing.

It started with Netflix splashing its considerable cash around and scoring wins with series like House of Cards. By 2018, it had broken the record for the most nominations at one Emmys.

Now it has broken the record for most wins (44) and landed its first two major series Emmys: Best Drama for The Crown and Best Limited Series for The Queen's Gambit.

And what Netflix took eight years to do (it was first nominated in 2013) Apple TV has taken just two.

The tech behemoth's subscription service Apple TV was only launched in 2019 and this year claimed the Best Comedy award (Ted Lasso), Best Actor in a Comedy Series (Jason Sudeikis) and the two comedy supporting actor awards (Brett Goldstein, Hannah Waddingham).

Of course, traditional players like HBO, ViacomCBS and Disney all have their own streaming services now, so it has become a story of the older studios vs the tech upstarts.

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Seth Rogen wondered if this should have happened at all

It wouldn't be an awards show without someone asking whether this is all really worth the trouble.

This time it was comedian and weed entrepreneur Seth Rogen, presenting the night's first award, who seemed amused-but-also-slightly-alarmed by the set-up.

"There is way too many of us in this little room ... They said this was outdoors. It's not. They lied to us. We're in a hermetically sealed tent right now. I would not have come to this … It's more important that we have three chandeliers than that we make sure we don't kill Eugene Levy tonight. That is what has been decided."

Organisers did restrict entry to a small set of nominees only, and they had to be vaccinated and show a recent negative result.

Emmys host Cedric the Entertainer later referenced Rogen's comments:

"We had to get vaxxed to come here. I got vaxxed. I did not have a reaction like Nicki Minaj's cousin's friend."


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