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Entertainment The best and worst moments of the 2020 Emmys

11:36  21 september  2020
11:36  21 september  2020 Source:   ew.com

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  What the Emmys Learned From Previous Makeovers (Including Rod Serling's 1965 Disaster) A version of this story on Emmys show makeovers first appeared in the Emmy Hot List issue of TheWrap's Emmy magazine. We don't yet know exactly what this year's Primetime Emmy Awards ceremony will look like, but we know it will be a dramatic change from every previous Emmy show. With no live audience, the Jimmy Kimmel-hosted show will put a new, COVID-mandated spin on the awards-show template. Already, the show's producers have reached out to high-profile nominees and offered help with wardrobe, lighting and other ways to make everybody look fabulous from wherever they'll be during the show.

The 2020 Emmy Awards were destined to be an entity unto themselves, with Jimmy Kimmel hosting from inside the empty Staples Center in Los Angeles and nominees streaming in 12 of 13 Worst : Running down the categories in order by genre. 13 of 13 Best : Succession's winning un-thank yous.

The Best and Worst Moments of the 2020 Emmys . The pandemic forced the Emmy Awards to stage a largely virtual event. Here are the highs and lows of The Emmys lined up dozens of live feeds from nominees in locations all over the world, but in the first part of the show, the only one it needed was in

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Eagled-eyed Gilmore Girls fans got a surprise during the 2020 Emmy Awards.

While creator Amy Sherman-Palladino was waiting to see if she won the Emmy for directing an episode for The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, the camera showed her in front of the sign for the Dragonfly Inn. The inn was lead character's Lorelai Gilmore's dream project, which she ran by the end of the beloved show.

It's unclear if Sherman-Palladino was actually in a room set up like the set or if she used a virtual background during the telecast. She appeared alongside her husband Daniel Palladino. The outstanding directing in a comedy series category was Sherman-Palladino's only nomination for the night, while her Amazon show Mrs. Maisel was up for 6 in total.

Here's How to Watch and Stream the 2020 Emmy Awards

  Here's How to Watch and Stream the 2020 Emmy Awards The 72nd Emmy Awards are finally upon us, and the 2020 ceremony will be unlike any other. Seeing as the pandemic has necessitated a virtual ceremony, everyone will be tuning in from home as the awards take place live from the Staples Center in Los Angeles, but with no audience. The ceremony will air live on Sunday, Sept. 20 at 8 p.m. ET / 5 p.m. PT on ABC. They'll also be available to stream with subscriptions on Hulu + Live TV, Fubo TV, and YouTube TV. Also read: 2020 Creative Arts Emmys Winners List: Night 5 (Updating Live) There are not, unfortunately, any totally free options for streaming the 2020 Emmys.

The 2020 Emmy Awards looked like no other Emmys in history due to the COVID pandemic. Here are the highs But amid the nominees' video chatting in their award speeches and Kimmel and friends trying to make lemonade out of the horrifyingly sour lemons of 2020 , there were some great moments .

Emmys 2020 : The Best and Worst Moments From ABC's Virtual Ceremony. By Rebecca Iannucci and Ryan Schwartz / September 20 2020 , 8:12 PM PDT. But even though the Emmys ’ 72nd annual ceremony was often surreal and a bit uncomfortable, the three-hour telecast still managed to create

a person wearing a hat: The 72nd Emmy Awards, hosted by Jimmy Kimmel, are airing live on ABC from 8-11 p.m. ET © ABC The 72nd Emmy Awards, hosted by Jimmy Kimmel, are airing live on ABC from 8-11 p.m. ET

Gilmore Girls ran for seven seasons from 2000 to 2007 before Netflix revived the series with a four-part episode special Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life 2016. It allowed Sherman-Palladino and her husband to end the story the way they originally planned after not being involved with the show's seventh season.

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The category ended up going to Schitt's Creek, which did a full sweep of the comedy categories. The beloved show won their first Emmy Awards after airing its series finale earlier this year.

First, the show took home two statuettes at Saturday's Creative Arts Emmys ceremony (outstanding casting for a comedy series and outstanding contemporary costumes).

Dan Levy Channels His Schitt's Creek Character David Rose in Kilt at 2020 Emmys

  Dan Levy Channels His Schitt's Creek Character David Rose in Kilt at 2020 Emmys The beloved character memorably wore a Thom Browne kilt suit to tie the knot with his love Patrick Brewer in the series’ finale Dan Levy just gave Schitt's Creek fans something to celebrate. The best supporting actor winner 37, channeled David Rose (his beloved character in the CBC Television show) at a cast watch party for the 72nd Emmy Awards in Toronto on Sunday night (during which Schitt's Creek swept in seven categories), wearing a light grey kilt Thom Browne suit teamed with tall black socks, black combat boots and his signature black-rim glasses.

The 2020 Emmys are proof that we're all just trying our best this year, even Hollywood. Due to COVID-19 safety precautions, the 72nd Emmys took on a Some moments still managed to be heartwarming (looking at you, Dan Levy), but several other moments didn't exactly work. Take a look at our list of

14 Awkward Moments From The 2020 Emmy Awrds. Are you surprised? 12. The skit about COVID testing was not received well — as it portrays it as uncomfortable and could deter people from getting testing.

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But that was just the beginning for the Roses and their crew. At the primetime awards on Sunday night, star Catherine O'Hara won outstanding lead actress in a comedy, Eugene Levy won outstanding lead actor in a comedy, Daniel Levy won outstanding supporting actor in a comedy and writing for a comedy and Annie Murphy won outstanding supporting actress in a comedy.

Alongside Andrew Cividino, Dan also won outstanding director for a comedy for the series finale, "Happy Ending." Topping it all off, the show won outstanding comedy series.

The beloved hit — which premiered in 2015 on the Canadian network CBC and wrapped up its six-season run in April — stars father-son duo Dan and Eugene alongside O'Hara and Murphy as the Roses, a formerly affluent and out-of-touch family who lost all their money and are forced to live in a small town, the last property they own. Along the way they meet quirky townspeople played by Emily Hampshire, Chris Elliot, Noah Reid, Dustin Milligan and more.

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Our writers weighed in on the best and worst moments of the Emmys . Catherine O’Hara won her first acting Emmy for her role as Moira Rose on “Schitt’s Creek.” Tyler Perry accepted the Governors Award, which recognizes “extraordinary” or “cumulative” accomplishment, and gave a heartfelt speech that

Emmys 2020 : The 16 Best , Worst , and Most WTF Moments . The night was full of tiresome comedy bits that dragged even worse than usual. (Turning the Schitt’s Creek sweep into a hockey gag felt like the first lame idea someone might yell out in a writers’ room, if writers’ rooms were still a thing.)

The 72nd Emmy Awards, hosted by Jimmy Kimmel, are airing live on ABC from 8-11 p.m. ET.


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Sarah Snook was nominated for outstanding supporting actress in a drama series for Succession, which won the Emmy for outstanding drama series The star — who plays Siobhan "Shiv" Roy on the HBO series — was nominated for outstanding supporting actress in a drama, a category win that ultimately went to Ozark star Julia Garner for the second year in the row. It was Snook's first Emmy nomination. "Okay, well, I guess I'll 'leave meeting,'" Snook said in a clip shared on her Instagram Story, exiting out of the Zoom call after her category was announced. "Thanks, Emmys.

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