Emmys 2021: Stars swapped out their cosy pyjama sets and oversized sweatpants for ensembles that are more glitzy and stunning. Billy Porter, Kate Winslet, Kaley Cuoco, Rita Wilson, Elizabeth Olsen, Mandy Moore, Sarah Paulson and more dazzled in standout looks.
Irish author Cecelia Ahern's book 'Roar', which was a female-driven anthology of 30 short stories, to be screened on Apple TV+ as an 8-episode series starring Emmy and Golden Globe award winners Nicole Kidman, Alison Brie, Cynthia Erivo and Merritt Wever
Quirky feel-good show Schitt's Creek, the alternate reality drama Watchmen, and HBO’s family saga Succession were the big winners at the Emmy awards on Sunday in a live show where the coronavirus pandemic meant most celebrities took part from their homes and backyards. With two Creative Arts Emmys already in the bag last week, Schitt’s Creek established a new record for most wins in a single season for a comedy series, winning seven Emmys in a row. Succession and Watchmen, both from HBO, won four awards each. Schitt's Creek, a sleeper hit on the small Pop TV network about a wealthy family that is forced to live in a rundown motel, won best comedy series, while Canadian stars Catherine O'Hara and Eugene Levy took the lead comedy acting awards.Host Jimmy Kimmel opened the Emmys from an empty Los Angeles theatre filled with cardboard cutouts of the nominees, marking the start of Hollywood's first major Covid-era award show. "Hello and welcome to the pand-Emmys," said Kimmel, as producers cut to archive footage of a star-studded audience, before revealing the venue's empty seats.
Emmy Awards 2019: Game of Thrones is the only show to be nominated in all seven drama categories and has bagged the highest nominations ever held by any show in a single year - 32 nominations in Primetime Emmys and the Creative Arts Emmys.