Pleno. 09/13/2022 10:13 am | Updated on 9/13/2022 at 11:00 AM
The Emmy 2022, held on Monday night (12), has dedicated the series’ success SuccessionFrom the award-winning HBO for Best Drama Series. In addition to, Ted Lasso, from Apple TV+, Best Comedy Series. Also from HBO, white lotus It won the award for best short series. The top three winners of the night are available on live streaming services.
In addition, other series that also left the party with a figurine can be watched directly from the sofa at home on platforms upon request. Check out our list of headlines and where to watch them.
The series tells the story of a battle between members of a family that owns one of the major media conglomerates in the United States. The patriarch prepares to succeed him and the heirs compete to see who will get the company. Production in season three and four is already guaranteed. Available on HBO Max.
A comedy series based on a character of the same name played by Sudeikis for the first time in commercials for NBC Sports’ coverage of the English Premier League. Ted is the coach of a junior college football team assigned to coach a professional football team in England, although he has no experience. The series has two seasons and has already been renewed for a third season. Available on Apple TV +.
The idyllic beach resort welcomes affluent guests. The staff of this place should treat them well so as not to be disappointed and to avoid confusion. However, things do not go quite as well as they could be when guests go through various experiences within the hotel. The miniseries has been announced for another season, but only actress Jennifer Coolidge has been confirmed in the cast. Available on HBO Max.
The series, which won Best Director and Best Actor for a Drama Series, was the first non-English language to participate in the awards. It was nominated for Best Drama Series but lost Succession. The production shows people in debt in a deadly game in which the winner comes out a millionaire – and alive. Available on Netflix.
The sitcom follows two teachers from a public school in the United States, mostly attended by black people, who participate in a documentary. The series was awarded in the categories of Best Supporting Actress, to Cheryl Lee Ralph, and Best Writing in a Comedy Series to Quinta Brunson, who is also in the cast. Available on Star+.
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