The Primetime awards are the biggest awards of American television. Emmys honor the excellence of the Best TV series. HBO has broken records of nominations and has been on top of the Emmys. Netflix, on the other hand, has been the runner up network since the beginning of Primetime awards. The channels’ popularity shows the fondness of fans. Read below to find out more!
HBO’s total nominations were almost 137 in 2019. The channel won 34 awards including the ‘Best Supporting Actor’ in a drama for ‘Peter Dinklage’. ‘Game of Thrones’, a fantasy series, was unsurprisingly a big winner for HBO.
The mega-hit show won 12 awards out of 32 nominations. ‘Chernobyl’, a historical drama, ultimately earned 10 Emmys. The famous comedy series, ‘Barry’ also got four awards. Fans are so lucky that they are living in a world with so many innovations. They can watch their favorite shows from all over the world.
Last year, Netflix won 27 awards out of 117 nominations. ‘Jharrel Jerome’, the star of ‘When They See Us’ took home the ‘Best Actor’ award. The sci-fi film 'Black Mirrors: Bandersnatch' got the 'Best TV Movie' award.
Julia Garner, the actress of 'Ozark' nabbed the 'Best Supporting Actress' award. The Director of the drama, Jason Bateman picked up the 'Best Director' award in 2019. His work was superb and fans loved it.
According to admirers, which network will own the 72nd Primetime Emmys?