VonLisa Respers France,Chloé Melas,mariana garveyYyo wagner, CNN
Updated at 23:36 EDT, Monday, September 12, 2022
What we have covered
- TV's Biggest Night:"White Lotus", "Succession" and "Ted Lasso" removed Die 74. Primetime Emmy Awards.
- The winners:You can seeYou can find a full list of today's winners here.
- The red folder:Revieweverything is seen from here.
Our live report has ended. You can scroll through the posts below to see how the night went.
This Is What Happened At The 74th Emmy AwardsPor Brian Lowry de CNN
"Succession" and "Ted Lasso" emerge as returning champions74th Annual Emmy Awards, in a night that catered to repeat winners while also spreading the riches in a way that seemed to celebrate the diversity of talent, platforms, and content.
Following Netflix's record-breaking performance in 2021, HBO reasserted its dominance in what is now its annual battle with Netflix for prestige TV dominance. The pay network was led by the limited series The White Lotus, whose five Monday night awards, along with a handful of technical awards at previous Creative Arts ceremonies, scored 10 overall wins this season, more than any other show. . .
HBO picked up 12 of the 25 statuettes presented at Monday's ceremony. That included a second win for "Succession," which missed out last year due to the eligibility window, leaving the door open."The Crowns"to sweep away the drama by voting.
"Ted Lasso" became the comedy show's back-to-back winner, as did stars Jason Sudeikis and Brett Goldstein, an increasingly rare feat, if only because shows are now more likely to take longer breaks between performances. .
He was denied the chance to make history as a non-English language drama winner, as he"Parasite" made it to the Oscars, Netflix social media sensation "Squid Game" received awards for star Lee Jung-hae and directing. The show had previously racked up a foursome of victories at the Creative Arts ceremony.
Read more about what happened on TV's biggest night here.
"Succession" wins Emmy for Outstanding Drama SeriesBy Chloe Melas of CNN
Jesse Armstrong, center, accepts the Emmy for Outstanding Drama Series with the cast and crew of "Succession."
drum roll please...
The final award of the night for Best Drama Series went to HBO's hit series Succession.
The show led the pack with 25 nominations, the most of any show.
Selma Blair presented the award to a standing ovation. In 2018 she was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis.
Cast members took the stage with show creator Jesse David Armstrong speaking.
"Succession" returns for a fourth season, but a premiere date has yet to be announced.
'Ted Lasso' wins Emmy for Outstanding Comedy SeriesBy Lisa Respers CNN France
Jason Sudeikis accepts the Emmy for Outstanding Comedy Series along with the cast and crew of "Ted Lasso."
"Coach, I have a feeling we're not in Kansas anymore."
"Ted Lasso" gave us even more feel-good moments with its Monday Night win for Outstanding Comedy Series.
Almost since its debut a few years ago, the Apple TV+ series has been loved by viewers and critics alike.
Star Jason Sudeikis even took the time to thank the show's "Covid Squad," who he said kept production from shutting down during season two filming.
Then he said the words we'd been waiting for: "See you sometime in season three."
'The White Lotus' Wins an Emmy for Limited Series or AnthologyBy Chloe Melas of CNN
David Bernad, left, accepts the Emmy for Outstanding Limited or Anthology Series along with the cast and crew of White Lotus.
It was a big night for The White Lotus, which won numerous awards, including the Emmy for Outstanding Limited Series or Anthology Series.
The HBO series is directed by Mike White, who created the fan-favorite dark comedy.
Both Jennifer Coolidge and Murray Bartlett won for their roles that same night.
The series returns next month for a second season.
The winner for Actor in a Drama Series is Lee Jung-jae for "Squid Game"By Lisa Respers CNN France
South Korean actor Lee Jung-jae (left) accepts the Emmy for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series from Ariana DeBose (second from right) and Angela Bassett.
The Squid Game love continues.
One of its stars, Lee Jung-jae, won the Emmy for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series, becoming the first South Korean actor to win an Emmy in that category.
He thanked God, Netflix and his "Squid Game" colleagues.
The horror series about a group of heavily indebted people who compete for big cash prizes, but risk death in the process, was a huge hit for the streaming giant and sparked interest in Korean content.
Jesse Armstrong Wins Emmy for Writing a Drama Series for HBO's "Succession"By Marianne Garvey of CNN
From left to right: Jeremy Strong, Kieran Culkin and Brian Cox in "Succession"
Succession creator Jesse Armstrong takes home the Emmy for writing about the hit HBO drama series, which recently wrapped its third season.
"This goes out to all my fellow writers in the 'Succession' newsroom who I love so much," he said.
Armstrong also thanked HBO for airing the series.
Emmy for directing a comedy series goes to MJ Delaney for 'Ted Lasso'By Lisa Respers CNN France
MJ Delaney accepts the award for Outstanding Directing for a Comedy Series.
Ted Lasso director MJ Delaney took home the Emmy for her work on the comedy series.
He thanked star Jason Sudeikis and others, but it was brief.
"There are so many people I should be thankful for, but it's really boring unless famous people do it," he said, drawing a big laugh from Sudeikis. "So all I can say is I can't think of a more fun group to go to work every day. I love you."
Jean Smart Wins Lead Actress in a Comedy Series for 'Hacks'By Lisa Respers CNN France
Jean Smart accepts the Emmy for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series.
"Thank you for honoring our show for the second time," Jean Smart began her acceptance speech for winning the Leading Actress category for her role in Hacks.
It was his second victory after winning in the same category last year.
He made the crowd laugh when he asked for his botox because he said he lost a bet.
Zendaya Wins Lead Actress in a Drama Series for 'Euphoria'By Chloe Melas of CNN
Zendaya accepts the Emmy for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series.
It's one of the most coveted categories on the entire show: Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series.
Kelly Clarkson presented the award to Zendaya for her role as Ruby "Rue" Bennett on HBO's hit series Euphoria.
"Euphoria" is one of the hottest and most talked about shows on television.
"My biggest wish for Euphoria is that it can help heal people and I want to thank everyone for sharing their story with me," Zendaya said onstage. "I want you to know that anyone who has loved a Rue feels that she is a Rue. I want them to know that I am so grateful for her stories and I carry them with me and carry them with her."
The series picked up for a third season in February.
Hwang Dong-hyuk wins for directing drama series for "Squid Game"By Marianne Garvey of CNN
Hwang Dong-hyuk Accepts Emmy For Outstanding Directing In A Drama Series
Squid Game director Hwang Dong-hyuk, who accepted his Emmy for Outstanding Directing in a Drama Series, said he hopes it won't be the last.
"Let's move on to the second season," he told the audience.
Comedy series writing goes to Quinta Brunson for Abbott ElementaryBy Marianne Garvey of CNN
Quinta Brunson accepts the Emmy for Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series while Jimmy Kimmel is onstage.
Will Arnett dragged Jimmy Kimmel, who was pretending to be dead, onto the stage and continued to play dead as Quinta Brunson came onstage to accept her Emmy for Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series.
Brunson, the creator and star of "Abbott Elementary," thanked her cast and crew on the show along with Larry Wilmore, whom she credits for teaching her how to write for television.
She thanked her husband...and Kimmel, who continued to lean back on the stage.
Jason Sudeikis Wins Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series for 'Ted Lasso'By Marianne Garvey of CNN
Jason Sudeikis in "Ted Lasso"
Jason Sudeikis took the stage to thank his parents, his amazing cast of Ted Lasso, and the people who are watching and "appreciating" him the same way he does.
Before taking the stage, she hugged her former "Saturday Night Live" cast member, Bill Hader, also a "Barry" nominee.
Kenan Thompson and Kel Mitchell reunite on stage at the EmmysBy Lisa Respers CNN France
Hosts Kenan Thompson (left) and Kel Mitchell greet each other at the 74th Primetime Emmy Awards.
Yes, it started out a bit with a volunteer bartender, but then we started craving a "good burger."
That's because we were invited to a little "Kenan & Kel" reunion when Kel Mitchell appeared in a sketch at the Emmy Awards alongside host Kenan Thompson.
We loved his Nickelodeon sitcom which ran from 1996 to 2000. His comedy film Good Burger was released in 1997.
Can we get a sequel to this movie, or at least a revival of All That?
Writing for various specials goes to Jerrod CarmichaelBy Marianne Garvey of CNN
Jerrod Carmichael accepts the Emmy for Outstanding Writing for a Variety Special.
Jerrod Carmichael stayed honest in his Emmy acceptance speech for writing for a variety special, saying, "I wanted to win, I'm happy I won it."
He called his special a "big personal consequence", saying a simple thank you, adding that he was going home because he couldn't win.
Mike White wins back-to-back Emmy Awards for "The White Lotus"By Chloe Melas of CNN
Mike White won back-to-back awards for his hit series The White Lotus. Not only did he win for best director, he also took the stage soon after to accept another Emmy for writing for a limited or anthology series or movie.
He joked: "Don't come after me!" after double prizes.
Earlier in the evening, Jennifer Coolidge, who stars in the HBO series as Tanya McQuoid, won the Emmy for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Limited Series.
The show's second season is expected to premiere next month.
Mike White wins for directing a limited or anthology series or movie for The White Lotus.By Marianne Garvey of CNN
Mike White accepts the award for Outstanding Achievement as a Director in a Limited or Anthology Series or Movie.
Accepting the Emmy for directing an anthology or limited series or movie, "The White Lotus" Mike White thanked his parents for letting him be "the weird kid" he wanted to be.
Thanking the cast, he said: "To Jennifer Coolidge and Molly Shannon, who are my friends."
"I want to celebrate with you tonight. Let's celebrate," White concluded after getting emotional after sharing that her father is struggling right now.
Geena Davis accepts the Governors AwardBy Lisa Respers CNN France
Geena Davis, left, accepts the Governors Award with Madeline Di Nonno,
"Real representation is our right."
So said TV mogul Shonda Rhimes as she helped present Geena Davis with the Governor's Award presented by the Geena Davis Institute on Gender in Media "in recognition of her efforts to promote gender balance and inclusivity across the industry." of entertainment".
Davis accepted the award with Madeline Di Nonno, the Institute's president and CEO.
With all they've accomplished, Davis said there's still work to be done.
"Lizzo's Watch Out for the Big Grrrls" Wins Outstanding Competitive Program at the EmmysBy Chloe Melas of CNN
Lizzo, right, accepts the award for Outstanding Competitive Program.
It was a tough category as far as the competitive category goes at the Emmy Awards. "Lizzo's Watch Out for the Big Grrrls" took home the award, and the singer was in tears.
"The stories they shared are not that unique, they just don't understand the platform," he said. "Let's tell more stories. When I was a kid, all I wanted to see in the media was me, someone as fat as me, black as me, beautiful as me."
He continued, "If I could go back and say something to little Lizzo, I'd say, 'You'll see that person, but bitch, it's got to be you.'"
The other shows in the category were The Amazing Race, Nailed It, RuPaul's Drag Race, Top Chef, and The Voice.
Amanda Seyfried Wins Lead Role in Limited or Anthology SeriesBy Lisa Respers CNN France
Amanda Seyfried accepts the Emmy for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Limited Series or a Movie.
Playing Elizabeth Holmes in the new Hulu series The Dropout turned out to be a good thing for Amanda Seyfried.
On Monday, he won an Emmy for the role.
The actress managed to thank everyone in her speech, including her dog.
The Emmy for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Limited Series or a Movie Goes to Jennifer CoolidgeBy Lisa Respers CNN France
Jennifer Coolidge (links) and Murray Bartlett in „White Lotus“
There was a good chance that this trophy would go to an actress from The White Lotus.
Due to the seven nominees, five were nominated for their work on the limited series.
Jennifer Coolidge ultimately won and began her speech by saying, "What a night!"
She joked that she puffed up in her dress after a lavender bath and offered a heartfelt thank you to everyone involved in "The White Lotus."
He ended his speech with a dance while playing it offstage.
Emmy for Variety Talk Series Goes to Last Week Tonight with John OliverBy Marianne Garvey of CNN
J Oliver took home the Emmy for his HBO talk show, thanking his showrunners and staff. "Thank you to my wife Kate. I love you very much," he said.
He added that he knows how lucky he is to be doing the show he wants for HBO.
Faced with "Stop Now" on the teleprompter, Oliver joked that he didn't know if that meant now or forever, but he said thank you and left the stage with his Emmy.
Saturday Night Live takes home another EmmyBy Lisa Respers CNN France
Lorne Michaels accepts the Emmy for Outstanding Variety Sketch Series.
Lorne Michaels accepted the Emmy for Outstanding Variety Sketch Series.
Surrounded by some of his cast members, he thanked everyone for showing up, including Emmy host Kenan Thompson, who is the oldest member on the show and has been on SNL since 2003.
'Ted Lasso' Star Brett Goldstein Wins Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series AwardBy Chloe Melas of CNN
Brett Goldstein a 'Ted Lasso'
Lizzo took the stage in all her finery to present the award for Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series on Monday night.
The award went to Brett Goldstein for his role in Ted Lasso. Goldstein plays Roy Kent, a veteran player and later an assistant coach at AFC Richmond.
The Apple TV+ show also stars Jason Sudeikis, Hannah Waddingham, Jeremy Smith, Phil Dunster, Brendan Hunt, Nick Mohammed, Juno Temple, and Sarah Niles.
"Ted Lasso" was nominated for a total of 20 Emmy Awards at this year's awards ceremony.
Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy goes to the tearful Sheryl Lee Ralph, who sang part of his speech.By Lisa Respers CNN France
Sheryl Lee Ralph accepts the Emmy for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series.
Some of us cried before Sheryl Lee Ralph got up from her seat.
The Abbott Elementary star began her acceptance speech by singing a song from the Dianne Reeves song Endangered Species.
"I'm an endangered species/But I don't sing a sacrifice song/I'm a woman, I'm an artist and I know where my voice belongs," she sang.
"For anyone who has ever had a dream and thought their dream wouldn't come true, I'm here to tell you that this is what faith looks like," she said, clutching her Emmy.
With this victory. Ralph became the second black woman to win that category (Jackée Harry was the first on "227" in 1987).
It was a powerful moment.
How the Abbott Elementary team helps real teachersBy Lisa Respers CNN France
Janelle James, front left, and Quinta Brunson, front right, at Abbott Elementary
The Abbott Elementary cast apparently put their money where their hearts beat.
During the Emmys, host Kenan Thompson mentioned that the hit comedy series donated its marketing and advertising dollars to real-life teachers so they could get school supplies.
"We chose to use the marketing money for teacher supplies."The show's creator and star, Quinta Brunson, told NPR's "Fresh Air with Terry Gross.""It's about being able to make the kinds of decisions that really excite me, things that can really help people materially."
Julia Garner, Best Supporting Actress in a Drama Series for 'Ozark'By Chloe Melas of CNN
Julia Garner an 'Ozark'
Julia Garner took home the Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series for her role as Ruth Langmore in the hit Netflix series.
"Thank you for writing Ruth, she changed my life. I want to thank Jason Bateman, thank you for giving me a chance," Garner said in part as she took the stage.
Garner previously won Emmy Awards for her role on the show. In addition to starring in the show, Bateman also directs and is one of the executive producers.
Matthew Macfadyen, Award for Best Supporting Actor in a Drama SeriesBy Lisa Respers CNN France
Matthew Macfadyen in Succession
Succession actor Matthew Macfadyen took home the Best Supporting Actor trophy.
He said he was "deeply flattered and thrilled to the core" by the win.
"I have to say that it's really a pleasure and a privilege for me to have this crazy gift of a role in this wonderful show," he said.
"Succession" is this year's most nominated series with 25.
'The White Lotus' Star Murray Bartlett Wins Supporting Actor in a Limited or Anthology Series or MovieBy Chloe Melas of CNN
Murray Bartlett accepts the Emmy for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Limited Series or Anthology Movie.
The second award of the night, Supporting Actor in a Limited or Anthology Series or Movie, went to The White Lotus star Murray Bartlett.
The category was hosted by “Hacks” stars Jean Smart and Hannah Einbinder.
Bartlett took the stage and said, "I'm truly honored...thank you to our phenomenal cast and crew." Bartlett thanked her mother for her "unconditional love."
This is Bartlett's first Emmy win.
A beautiful Oprah Winfrey gives Michael Keaton the lead in a limited or anthology series or movieBy Marianne Garvey of CNN
Michael Keaton accepts the Emmy for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Limited or Anthology Series. On the left is presenter Oprah Winfrey.
Michael Keaton wins an Emmy for "Dopesick" and jokes that his face hurts from all the "fake smiles" he had to do all night.
The actor talked about his father bringing home the family's first television, calling it "magical." He said he would recreate the cowboy shows he had seen and thanked his family for being so supportive of his ambitions.
"There is tremendous power and merit in making mistakes," he added.
He thanked his true believers who supported him through uncertain times.
Kenan Thompson opens the EmmysBy Lisa Respers CNN France
Host Kenan Thompson and the dancers perform a "Friends" tribute during the show's opening number.
kenan thompsonpromised to keep power on Monday night,but without drama when presenting the 74th edition of the Primetime Emmy Awards.
He kept that promise, donning a tuxedo and top hat as he dubbed himself the "mayor" of television and poked fun at how the medium wasn't just the livelihood of stars attending the awards show.
"That's what our agents do for a living too," Thompson quipped.
Thompson also gave us a little song and dance with renditions of iconic TV tunes like "Friends" and "The Brady Bunch" (who knew you could jam Law & Order like that?).
The introduction brought the queen of television, Oprah Winfrey, to the stage.
Take a look at some of the best red carpet moments so far.From CNN's Oscar Holland
Elle Fanning arrives at the Emmy Awards on Monday.
The biggest TV stars areArriving on the red carpetfor the 74th Primetime Emmy Awards.
The event returns to the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles for the first timesince 2019, as last year's show was cut amid rising Covid-19 cases and the 2020 ceremonyvirtual instead.
This year's nominations are packed with actors known for their magical red carpet moments, including Zendaya, Jodie Comer and Oscar Isaac (known for his roles in Euphoria, Killing Eve and Scenes from a Marriage), among the highly anticipated arrivals. Monday night. .
Here's a look at some of the best red carpet looks to date:
Steve Martin, enlaces y Martin Short
Lee Jung Jae
Find more red carpet looks here.
These are the shows with the most nominations tonightBy CNN's Sandra Gonzalez
From left to right are Kieran Culkin, Sarah Snook and Matthew Macfadyen in an episode of Succession.
We're counting down to the start of the 74th Primetime Emmy Awards, which begins at 8 p.m. m. Eastern time tonight.
"succession"it has the most nominations of any show, receiving a total of 25 nominations, including one for Best Drama, as well as Best Lead Actor nominations for Brian Cox and Jeremy Strong.
"Ted Lasso"topped the Comedy category and received 20 nominations, including one for Best Comedy Series. Star Jason Sudeikis received a Best Lead Actor nomination, while Juno Temple, Brett Goldstein and Hannah Waddingham were among those receiving individual nominations in their respective Supporting Actor categories. Sarah Niles, Toheeb Jimoh and Nick Mohammed were also nominated for Supporting Actors.
"white lotus"was a frontrunner in the limited series category, garnering a total of 20 nominations and a whopping eight nominations in the supporting actor categories.
"tricks"Y"Only Building Murders"received 17 nominations each, rounding out the list of top five nominated shows.
Boxthe full list of nominees here.
Your host tonight is Kenan Thompson.By Chloe Melas of CNN
Kenan Thompson will be on the show on Monday.
kenan thompsonwill take center stage as host of the 74th Primetime Emmy Awards, which will broadcast live tonight from the Microsoft Theater in downtown Los Angeles.
This is the first time Thompson has hosted the Emmys, but he has been nominated six times.
"To be a part of this incredible night honoring the best of the television community is incredibly exciting, and to do it on NBC, my longtime family of networks, makes it even more special," Thompson said in a statement when his host Gig took place announced. "Like all TV fans, I can't wait to see the stars of my favorite shows."
The Emmys start at 8 p.m. ET. Here's how to watch.By Chloe Melas of CNN
The Emmy statuette will be on display ahead of the 74th Primetime Emmy Awards on September 12 at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles.
The 74th Primetime Emmy Awards, which celebrate the best television shows and performances of the year, will be handed out on Monday.
The Emmy Awards air at 8 p.m. m. by NBC. ET, but also streams on Hulu, YouTube TV, and live on NBC's Peacock streaming service.
You can also follow our live coverage throughout the night here.