•   
  •   
  •   

Entertainment ‘Ted Lasso’, ‘The Crown’ & ‘The Queen’s Gambit’ Building Emmy Momentum With Creative Arts Showing

09:05  13 september  2021
09:05  13 september  2021 Source:   deadline.com

Ryan Reynolds & Rob McElhenney Respond To ‘Ted Lasso’ Joke About “Real” Ownership Of Welsh Football Club, Seek Edible Compensation

  Ryan Reynolds & Rob McElhenney Respond To ‘Ted Lasso’ Joke About “Real” Ownership Of Welsh Football Club, Seek Edible Compensation Actors Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney jokingly expressed their disapproval over a joke in the Apple TV+ comedy Ted Lasso, which poked fun at their ownership of the Welsh football club Wrexham AFC. The duo purchased the football club last year, and in Ted Lasso’s newest episode “Rainbow,” Higgins, played by Jeremy Swifts, quipped he “can’t tell if them buying the club is a joke or not.

Jason Sudeikis sitting at a table with a cup of coffee © Apple TV+

The last category that closed out the Creative Arts Emmy Awards — an anchor position typically reserved for Outstanding Series at the main ceremony —  was Casting for a Comedy Series, which went to Apple TV+’s Ted Lasso.

The marquee slot was fitting given that the Casting for a Comedy Series category has been a reliable predictor for the Outstanding Comedy Series Emmy winner. The last six shows to take home Casting For a Comedy Series Emmy have gone on to also triumph in the top comedy series category a week later. That includes last year’s big Emmy winner Schitt’s Creek.

More from Deadline
  • Maya Rudolph Becomes First Same Category Consecutive Emmy Winner In 20 Years & Third Black Woman Ever To Win Back-To-Back Emmys
  • Emmys Scorecard: Wins By Network & Program After The Three Creative Arts Shows
  • Creative Arts Emmys: Complete Winners List For All Three Ceremonies

Casting for Drama Series, won by Netflix’s The Crown tonight, is a little less reliable in predicting the eventual Outstanding Drama Series winner; it has successfully done so in four of the last six years, including last year with Succession. (One of the two times that Casting and Drama Series diverged was in 2018 when The Crown‘s original ensemble won Casting while Game Of Thrones took Best Series.)

The best, worst, and soon-to-be-released live-action Disney films

  The best, worst, and soon-to-be-released live-action Disney films Disney is at the forefront of the entertainment world these days. After all, they are the folks behind the MCU, the Star Wars Universe, the Muppets, and more.

Ted Lasso and The Crown already were considered frontrunners at the nomination stage, and they solidified their positions with solid showing at the Creative Arts Emmys, winning four and three statuettes, respectively. Ted Lass’s main rival for the top comedy series award, HBO Max’s Hacks, is yet to win its first Emmy; it is considered the odds-on favorite in the Lead Actress In a Comedy Series field for its star Jean Smart.

Casting for a Limited or Anthology Series or Movie Emmy went to another top favorite, Netflix’s The Queen’s Gambit, which leads the entire field heading into next weekend with nine trophies at the Creative Emmys and is expected to cap its Emmy run with a win in the Outstanding Limited Series category.

Click here to read the full article.

2021 Creative Arts Emmys: Complete List of Winners (Updating)

  2021 Creative Arts Emmys: Complete List of Winners (Updating) The Queen’s Gambit was the big winner during the first installment of the 2021 Creative Arts Emmy Awards, which were held on Saturday Sept. 11 at L.A. Live in Los Angeles. The Netflix series won seven Emmys, compared to three each for runners-up The Mandolorian, Pose and Saturday Night Live. The Creative Arts Emmys honor outstanding artistic and technical achievements in television. Two more ceremonies are set for Sunday Sept. 12. FXX will broadcast highlights from the three Creative Arts Emmy presentations on Sept. 18, the night before the 73rd annual Primetime Emmy Awards air on CBS and stream on Paramount+.


Gallery: Ed Asner dies at 91: See the 'Mary Tyler Moore,' 'Elf,' 'Up' actor's life in photos (USA TODAY)

Mary Tyler Moore et al. standing next to a person in a suit and tie: Hard-drinking, tough-talking Grant (Asner, left), who originated on CBS'

Mandy Moore Says Her Breast Pump Was Her ‘MVP Accessory’ At The Emmys .
Motherhood wasn’t going to get in the way of Emmys night for Mandy Moore. On Sunday, ahead of the 73rd Primetime Emmy Awards, the “This Is Us” star shared a photo on her Instagram Story of her breast pump. “MVP accessory,” she wrote. RELATED: Mandy Moore Details First Solo Weekend Of Parenting, Admits It Was 'Overwhelming' Gallery: 2021 Primetime Emmy Awards Red Carpet (ET Canada) 1/41 SLIDES © Photo: Rich Fury/Getty Images Leslie Odom Jr. And Nicolette Robinson Leslie Odom Jr. and Nicolette Robinson are a picture perfect pair.

usr: 0
This is interesting!