No Surprises at the 75th Emmy Awards

15 January 2024
No Surprises at the 75th Emmy Awards

The 75th Primetime Emmy Awards Ceremony took place at the Peacock Theater in Los Angeles, USA. It was no surprise that “Succession”, “The Bear” and “Beef” collected awards in many categories.

The Primetime Emmy Awards Ceremony, whose candidate list was announced in July last year, was published last night due to the Hollywood strike. The strike, initiated by screenwriters and including actors in Hollywood, where the heart of the film and TV series industry beats, lasted for about five months and ended in September.


“Succession”, which made the audience jump with its twists and turns in the last final season and received 27 nominations in various categories at the Emmy Awards; It collected awards in the Best Drama Series, Best Screenplay, Best Director, Best Actor, Actress and Best Supporting Actor categories.

Like the Golden Globes and Critics Choices, Kieran Culkin, who starred in the last season with the character of Roman Roy, the younger brother whose chin is even lower than all the characters, took the Best Actor award under his arm. Matthew Macfedyen also won the first Emmy of his career in the Best Supporting Actor category for his role as the family’s son-in-law, Tom Wambsgans.

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The main rival of “The Last of Us”, Pedro Pascal, said to Culkin, “Do you know what happened to my shoulder? “Kieran beat me to death,” he said, introducing the candidates. So, while accepting Culkin’s award at the Golden Globes last week, he said to Pascal, “Suck it, Pedro!” He took revenge for the moment he said.

Sarah Snook, who played the only daughter of the family, Shiv Roy, in “Succession” was the undisputed candidate in the Best Actress (Drama) category. (Bella Ramsay from “The Last of Us” was not given much of a chance in this category anyway.) It was no surprise that she received the award. This year is his year… While Mark Mylod received the award in the Best Director category for “Succession”, the series’ creator Jesse Armstrong received the Best Screenplay award.


“The Bear”, which we could never understand being in the Best Comedy Series category, also made a splash at the Emmys. “The Bear”, which tells the story of a talented chef’s new and challenging life, which begins when he leaves his career in a luxury restaurant and takes over his family’s run-down restaurant, where fights and noise are full, was nominated for the Emmy Awards with its first season. The production, which won the Golden Globes with its second season, also won the Emmy Awards with its first season eight days later.

“Yes Chef!” Jeremy Allen White, we exclaimed, won the Best Comedy Actor category.

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Ayo Edebiri won Best Supporting Actress and Ebon Moss-Bachrach won Best Supporting Actor, making “The Bear” the star of the category. Ebon Moss-Bachrach’s lips pressed against famous chef and actor Matthey Matheson’s speech caused screams in the hall. Allen-White, Edebiri and Moss-Bachrach were nominated for Emmys for the first time.

We can say that we were pleased that “Ted Lasso”, which collected awards for two years and failed to deliver as expected with its final season, did not receive any more awards. However, we are wondering why HBO’s sweet and light series “Somebody Somewhere” did not receive any nominations in this category and why it was so ignored.


“Beef,” “White Lotus” and “Abbott Elementary.”

The mini series “Beef”, which also shined at the Golden Globes, also made a show of its strength at the Emmys. Steven Yeun and Ali Wong became the first Asian-American actors to win Emmys in their respective categories. Yeun won Best Actor and Wong won Best Actress in the miniseries. The series’ creator, Lee Sung, won Emmy awards for Best Screenplay and Best Director. Thus, “Beef” won a total of 8 Emmy awards. (It would be a real surprise if “Fleishman Is In Trouble”, one of the best of 2023, received an award in this category.)

The winner of the award for Best Comedy Actress was Quinta Brunson for “Abbott Elementary.” Brunson became the first black woman to win this award in 40 years. Previously, the first black actress to receive an award in this category was Isabel Sanford from “The Jeffersons” in 1981.

Another black actress who received an award at the night was Niecy Nash-Betts, who won the Best Supporting Actress award in a miniseries for “Dahmer – Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story.” In the series, Nash-Betts played Glenda Cleveland, Dahmer’s neighbor who was ignored by the police. While accepting her award, the actress said, “I accept it on behalf of all black women whose names are unheard but have been subjected to excessive police surveillance. My job as an artist is to tell the truth, and baby, I’ll do it until I die!” she said.

It was disappointing that Jennifer Coolidge received the Emmy award in the Best Supporting Actress (Drama) category for “The White Lotus”, which we could not understand why it was considered a drama. The favorite in this category was Elizabeth Debicki for her role as Princess Diana in “The Crown.” Rhea Seehorn from “Better Call Saul” could also be given a chance in this category.

Let’s see the productions that received the most awards in all categories: “The Bear” (10), “Beef” (8), “The Last of Us” (8), “Succession” (6), “Welcome to Wrexham” (5). , “The White Lotus” (5), “Still: A Michael J.Fox Movie” (4), “Wednesday” (4).

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Outstanding Drama Series

Andor (Disney+)

Better Call Saul (Netflix)

The Crown (Netflix)

House of the Dragon (Blu TV)

The Last of Us (Blu TV)

Succession (Blu TV) WINNER

The White Lotus (Blu TV)

Yellowjackets (Netflix)

Outstanding Comedy Series

Abbott Elementary (Disney+)

Barry (BeIN Connect)

The Bear (Disney Plus) WINNER

Jury Duty

The Marvelous Mrs Maisel (Prime Video)

Only Murders In The Building (Disney+)

Ted Lasso (Apple TV+)

Wednesday (Netflix)

Best Mini Series (Outstanding limited or anthology series)

Beef (Netflix) WINNER

Dahmer – Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story (Netflix)

Daisy Jones & The Six (Prime Video)

Fleishman Is In Trouble (Disney+)

Obi-Wan Kenobi (Disney+)

Best Actor – Drama (Lead actor in a drama series)

Jeff Bridges – The Old Man (Disney+)

Brian Cox – Succession

Kieran Culkin – Succession WINNER

Bob Odenkirk – Better Call Saul

Pedro Pascal – The Last of Us

Jeremy Strong – Succession

Best Actress – Drama (Lead actress in a drama series)

Sharon Horgan – Bad Sisters (Apple TV+)

Melanie Lynskey – Yellowjackets

Elisabeth Moss – The Handmaid’s Tale (Blu TV)

Bella Ramsey – The Last of Us

Keri Russell – The Diplomat (Netflix)

Sarah Snook – Succession WINNER

Best Actor – Comedy (Lead actor in a comedy series)

Bill Hader – Barry

Jason Segel – Shrinking (Apple TV+)

Martin Short – Only Murders In The Building

Jason Sudeikis – Ted Lasso

Jeremy Allen White – The Bear WINNER

Best Actress – Comedy (Lead actress in a comedy series)

Christina Applegate – Dead To Me (Netflix)

Rachel Brosnahan – The Marvelous Mrs Maisel

Quinta Brunson – Abbott Elementary WINNER

Natasha Lyonne – Poker Face (TV+)

Jenna Ortega – Wednesday (Netflix)

Best Actor – Mini Series (Lead actor in a limited series or movie)

Taron Egerton – Black Bird (Apple TV+)

Kumail Nanjiani – Welcome To Chippendales (Disney+)

Evan Peters – Dahmer – Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story

Daniel Radcliffe – Weird: The Al Yankovic Story (TV movie)

Michael Shannon – George & Tammy

Steven Yeun – Beef WINNER

Best Actress – Mini Series (Lead actress in a limited series or movie)

Lizzy Caplan – Fleishman Is In Trouble

Jessica Chastain – George & Tammy

Dominique Fishback – Swarm (Prime Video)

Kathryn Hahn – Tiny Beautiful Things

Riley Keough – Daisy Jones & The Six

Ali Wong – Beef WINNER

Best Supporting Actor – Drama (Supporting actor in a drama series)

F Murray Abraham – The White Lotus

Nicholas Braun – Succession

Michael Imperioli – The White Lotus

Theo James – The White Lotus

Matthew Macfadyen – Succession WINNER

Alan Ruck – Succession

Will Sharp – The White Lotus

Alexander Skarsgård – Succession

Best Supporting Actress – Drama (Supporting actress in a drama series)

Jennifer Coolidge – The White Lotus WINNER

Elizabeth Debicki – The Crown

Meghann Fahy – The White Lotus

Sabrina Impacciatore – The White Lotus

Aubrey Plaza – The White Lotus

Rhea Seehorn – Better Call Saul

J Smith-Cameron – Succession

Simona Tabasco – The White Lotus

Best Supporting Actor – Comedy (Supporting actor in a comedy series)

Anthony Carrigan – Barry

Phil Dunster – Ted Lasso

Brett Goldstein – Ted Lasso

James Marsden – Jury Duty

Ebon Moss-Bachrach – The Bear WINNER

Tyler James Williams – Abbott Elementary

Henry Winkler – Barry

Best Supporting Actress – Comedy (Supporting actress in a comedy series)

Alex Borstein – The Marvelous Mrs Maisel

Ayo Edebiri – The Bear WINNER

Janelle James – Abbott Elementary

Sheryl Lee Ralph – Abbott Elementary

Juno Temple – Ted Lasso

Hannah Waddingham – Ted Lasso

Jessica Williams – Shrinking

Best Supporting Actor – Mini Series (Supporting actor in a limited series or movie)

Murray Bartlett – Welcome to Chippendales

Paul Walter Hauser – Black Bird

Richard Jenkins – Dahmer – Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story

Joseph Lee – Beef

Ray Liotta – Black Bird WINNER

Young Mazino – Beef

Jesse Plemons – Love & Death

Best Supporting Actress – Mini Series (Supporting actress in a limited series or movie)

Annaleigh Ashford – Welcome to Chippendales

Maria Bello – Beef

Claire Danes – Fleishman Is in Trouble

Juliette Lewis – Welcome to Chippendales

Camila Morrone – Daisy Jones & the Six

Niecy Nash-Betts – Dahmer – Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story WINNER

Merritt Wever – Tiny Beautiful Things