75th Emmy Awards: Unveiling the Winners of the Glittering Gala (2024).

You may experience a bit of time travel while watching the 2024 Emmy Awards. Honoring television shows released between June 2022 and May 2023, and voted on last August, the ceremony was delayed from its regular September date due to the SAG-AFTRA strike, and now arrives right in the thick of the film awards season. But, as we learned at the Golden Globes last week, there’s never really a wrong time to honor something like Succession or The Bear—so on we go!

While the winners of the biggest awards ceremony in television were meant to be announced way back in September, due to the Hollywood writers and actors strikes, the Emmys were pushed back from their original slot to January.

This meant that it felt a bit like we were going back in time… Hulu’s high-octane kitchen drama The Bear, for example, which has now run for two seasons, has 13 nominations. But all the nods were for its first season, which was released in June 2022, rather than for its sublime second run, which has now been out for nearly seven months. The 75th Emmy Awards was a great success.

The 75th Primetime Emmy Awards bore significant importance for Hollywood, occurring nearly four months later than originally planned due to strikes involving both actors and writers.

The ceremony was broadcast from the Peacock Theatre in Los Angeles. In India, the award ceremony was live-streamed on Lionsgate Play, starting at 6.30 am on January 16.

Anthony Anderson hosted the ceremony and frequently incorporated his mother into comedy routines. She stood up whenever an acceptance speech threatened to run too long.

Jesse Armstrong’s satirical comedy-drama series Succession was named the Best Drama Series at the 75th Emmy Awards, 2024. The show’s Kieran Culkin and Sarah Snook bagged the awards for Outstanding Lead Actor and Actress, respectively, in a Drama Series. Succession won six awards at the ceremony after it entered the show with 27 nominations for its final season.

75th Emmy Awards Winner List :-

  • Drama series: “Succession” 
  • Comedy series: “The Bear
  • Drama lead actress: Sarah Snook (“Succession”)
  • Drama lead actor: Kieran Culkin (“Succession”)
  • Limited or anthology series: “Beef”
  • Limited/movie lead actress: Ali Wong (“Beef”) 
  • Limited/movie lead actor: Steven Yeun (“Beef”)
  • Variety special (live): “Elton John Live: Farewell From Dodger Stadium”
  • Directing for a drama series: Mark Mylod: “Connor’s Wedding” (“Succession”) 
  • Writing for a limited or anthology series or movie: Lee Sung Jin for “The Birds Don’t Sing, They Screech in Pain” (“Beef”)
  • Writing for a drama series: Jesse Armstrong for “Connor’s Wedding” (“Succession”)
  • Limited/movie supporting actor: Paul Walter Hauser (“Black Bird”)
  • Directing for a limited or anthology series or movie: Lee Sung Jin: “Figures of Light” (“Beef”)
  • Variety talk series: “The Daily Show with Trevor Noah”
  • Competition series: “RuPaul’s Drag Race” 
  • Writing for a variety series: “Last Week Tonight with John Oliver”
  • Writing for a comedy series: Christopher Storer for “System” (“The Bear”) 
  • Directing for a comedy series: Christopher Storer for “Review” (“The Bear”)
  • Limited/movie supporting actress: Niecy Nash-Betts for “Dahmer — Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story”
  • Scripted variety series: “Last Week Tonight with John Oliver”
  • Comedy lead actor: Jeremy Allen White (“The Bear”)
  • Comedy supporting actor: Ebon Moss-Bachrach (“The Bear”) 
  • Drama supporting actor: Matthew Macfadyen (“Succession”)
  • Drama supporting actress: Jennifer Coolidge (“The White Lotus”)
  • Comedy lead actress: Quinta Brunson (“Abbott Elementary”)
  • Comedy supporting actress: Ayo Edebiri (“The Bear”)

Quinta Brunson won her first-ever acting Emmy. Brunson took home the trophy for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series for her performance in “Abbott Elementary.” The 34-year-old grew teary-eyed as she accepted the award.

Ayo Edebiri won her first Emmy for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series for “The Bear”

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