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Entertainment Watchmen wins Outstanding Limited Series Emmy

22:16  21 september  2020
22:16  21 september  2020 Source:   msn.com

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Damon Lindelof dedicates Watchmen Emmy win for Best Limited Series to victims of Tulsa massacre. Watchmen added to its impressive Emmy haul when it took home the award for Outstanding Limited Series on Sunday night.

20, presenter Anthony Anderson revealed that Watchmen won for Outstanding Limited Series . When the HBO Max show was announced, the cast The cast and crew of the TV series dedicated the award to the victims and survivors of the Tulsa massacre of 1921. "The only way to put the fires out is

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'Watchmen' became the first comic book adaptation to win a top prize at the Emmy Awards when it was named Outstanding Limited Series on Sunday (20.09.20).

The HBO series - which is based on a 1986 graphic novel - scooped the accolade ahead of 'Little Fires Everywhere', 'Mrs. America', 'Unbelievable', and 'Unorthodox', much to the delight of creator Damon Lindelof.

Wearing a t-shirt honouring the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre - which was depicted in the show - he said: "Thank you to every single person who invested nine hours of their life to watch 'Watchmen'."

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Watchmen was the big winner in the limited series and TV movie categories at the 2020 Emmy Awards! The HBO show took home the award for Watchmen won for Outstanding Casting for a Limited Series , Movie or Special, Outstanding Cinematography for a Limited Series or Movie

The Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Limited Series represents excellence in the category of limited series that are two or more episodes with a total running time of at least 150 minutes.

He went on to reflect on how "history is mystery", a recurrent theme throughout the series.

He said: "History is mystery, it's broken into a million puzzle pieces and many are missing.

"We know where those pieces are but we don't seek them out because we know finding them will hurt. Sometimes we cause that hurt. Maybe we even benefited from it. But we have to name it before we can repair it.

"Be careful, be clumsy, run hot, stay cool, Be the bull in the China shop. Pick up what you broke and glue it back together. Don't stop until it's great. Affirm it's never great enough. Dissent. Be consistent, embrace paradox. Never contradict yourself.

"And finally, stop worrying about getting cancelled and ask yourself what you're doing to get renewed."

He ended his speech by dedicating the win to the victims and survivors of the 1921 tragedy.

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Damon and Cord Jefferson also scooped Outstanding Writing for a Limited Series, Movie or Dramatic Special for the show, while Yahya Abdul-Mateen II was "surprised" to take the Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Limited Series or Movie award for his role on the programme.

The 34-year-old actor beat off competition from his co-stars Jovan Adepo and Louis Gossett Jr, as well as 'Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt: Kimmy vs. The Reverend' actor Tituss Burgess, and 'Hollywood's Jim Parsons and Dylan McDermott to take the honour.

Thanking his family for their support, he suddenly paused midsentence and exclaimed: "Man, I'm surprised."

He then opened up about what the show meant to him.

He said: "Watchmen was a story about trauma... it was a story about police corruption and brutality.

"But it was also the story about a man who came down to earth to reciprocate to a black woman all the love that she deserved.

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The nominees for Outstanding Limited Series are Little Fires Everywhere, Mrs. America, Unbelievable, Unorthodox, and Watchmen . The team from Apollo 11 wins the Emmy for Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Non-Fiction or Reality Program (Single or Multi-Camera).

"I dedicate this award to all the black women in my life, all the people that believed in me first - that I call my early investors. I love you, I appreciate you, and this one's for you."

Uzo Aduba paid tribute to her fellow nominees in the Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Limited Series or Movie category as she won for her role in 'Mrs' America'.

Uzobeat out competition from her co-stars Margo Martindale and Tracey Ulman, as well as 'Watchmen's Jean Smart', Toni Collette from 'Unbelievable' and 'Hollywood' actress Holland Taylor, and was stunned by her win.

She said: "Wow OK. Mom I won! Thank you very, very much to the Academy. I want to say a huge thank you to the women I worked with on 'Mrs. America across the board, and the women in this category - I love you ladies, you are all exceptional.

"I am beyond grateful. Thank you so much, and let's go change the world. God bless you all. Thank you very, very, very, very much. Wow.

"Oh my god. Mommy? Mommy!"

Earlier in the evening, Outstanding Lead Actor and Actress in a Limited Series or Movie went to Mark Ruffalo for 'I Know This Much Is True' and 'Watchmen's Regina King.

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Watchmen takes the limited series Emmy after wins for Regina King and Yahya Abdul-Mateen II .
Who watches the Watchmen? Emmy voters, clearly. HBO's Watchmen on Sunday took home the award for Outstanding Limited Series at the Emmys, beating out shows including Mrs. America and Little Fires Everywhere. The superhero series, which is adapted from the graphic novel, was one of the most critically acclaimed shows of 2019, and it received the most nominations of any series at this year's Emmys with 26. In an acceptance speech for Outstanding Limited Series, Watchmen creator Damon Lindelof dedicated the award to the victims of the Tulsa race massacre, which was depicted in the series.

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