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'Succession', 'The Bear' and 'Beef' are big winners at 2024 Emmy Awards |  television

'Succession', 'The Bear' and 'Beef' are big winners at 2024 Emmy Awards | television

showbiz“Succession,” “The Bear” and “Beef” are the big Emmy winners. The televised awards were presented in Los Angeles. The film “Caliphate”, which revolves around the search for a successor to the media and entertainment empire, won six awards. “The Bear” was voted Best Comedy Series and also received six awards. Finally, “Beef” took home five statuettes and scored particularly well in the miniseries category.

“Succession” won the Emmy for Outstanding Drama Series for the first time. In addition, actors Sarah Snook (Siobhan Roy in the series) and Kieran Culkin (Roman Roy) won Best Actor and Best Actress in a Drama Series. Snook gave a speech of thanks to her newborn daughter as she accepted her award. “It's very easy to act when you're pregnant,” agrees the actress. “Not only because of the overwhelming hormones, but especially because of the closeness to her life growing inside me. She gave me the strength to be able to act on set. “I love you so much.”

Earlier in the evening, his co-star Matthew Macfadyen (Tom Wampsgans on Succession) took home the award for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series. With this, he defeated the nominated actors from the series “The White Lotus”: F. Murray Abraham, Michael Imperioli, Theo James and Will Sharp. “Caliphate” also won awards in the writing and directing categories.

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The cast of Succession wins Emmy Awards © Reuters

Jennifer Coolidge won the Emmy for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series for HBO's The White Lotus, and Quinta Bronson won Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series for ABC's Abbott Elementary.

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A kiss and a word of thanks from “The Bear”

The award for best comedy series went to Hulu's The Bear. Lead actors Matty Matheson and Ebon Moss-Bachrach couldn't believe their luck and celebrated the win with a passionate kiss on stage. Matty then confirmed: “It's great that we were able to perform here together.” “With the show, we can make people feel good. That's the ultimate goal.” Other actors from the series also received awards: Jeremy Allen White (Best Actor in a Comedy), Ayo Edebiri (Best Supporting Actress), and Ebon Moss-Bachrach (Best Supporting Actor) all ultimately received an award for their acting performances.

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Mattie Matheson and Ebon Moss-Bachrach share a passionate kiss on stage.
Mattie Matheson and Ebon Moss-Bachrach share a passionate kiss on stage. © Reuters

Newcomer 'Beef' also made an appearance during the awards evening, with no less than five statues. They performed particularly well in the miniseries categories. But despite the success, the future of the series is not yet assured. “There was definitely more to the story. “If Netflix wanted to, we could have continued,” series creator Lee Sung Jin confirmed backstage at the Emmys. “We're all currently waiting with bated breath to see if we can continue.”

Creator Lee Sung Jin poses with his awards.
Creator Lee Sung Jin poses with his awards. © National Police Agency / Environmental Protection Agency

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