Emmys 2022: The list with the winners

Everything you need to know about last night’s ceremony

Last night the 74th Primetime Emmy Awards were held at the Microsoft Theater in downtown Los Angeles. With over 17,000 voting members, the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences divides its nominees into 14 categories, including drama, comedy and limited series.

Hosted by Kenan Thompson, this was an evening event worth remembering. He surprised us with a homage to legendary series, in which we could listen to remixed versions of the iconic openings, appreciate delightful choreographies and even see the very Kenan in costume representing some of the unforgettable characters. Among the most distinguished were Friends, The Brady Bunch, Law & Order, Stranger Things and Game of Thrones.

As for the delightful ceremony, it honored the best TV shows and performances from the last year, which brought along many awaited releases as well as unexpected surprises. It goes without saying that all the nominated shows are worthy of your time, but let’s get down to what we all want to know: the winners.

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Outstanding Comedy Series

Ted Lasso

Outstanding Drama Series

Succession

Outstanding Limited or Anthology Series

The White Lotus

Outstanding Competition Program

Lizzo’s Watch Out for the Big Grrrls

OTHER AWARDS

Outstanding Television Movie

Chip ‘n’ Dale: Rescue Rangers

Outstanding Structured Program

Queer Eye 5

Outstanding Variety Talk Series

Last Week Tonight With John Oliver

Outstanding Lead Actor

in a Comedy Series

Jason Sudeikis
Ted Lasso

Outstanding Lead Actor

in a Drama Series

Lee Jung-jae
Squid Game

Outstanding Lead Actor

in a Limited or Anthology Series/TV Movie

Michael Keaton
Dopesick

Outstanding Lead Actress

in a Comedy Series

Jean Smart
Hacks

Outstanding Lead Actress

in a Drama Series

Zendaya
Euphoria

Outstanding Lead Actress

in a Limited or Anthology Series/TV Movie

Amanda Seyfried
The Dropout

Outstanding Supporting Actor

In a Comedy Series

In a Drama Series

In a Limited or Anthology Series/TV Movie

Brett Goldstein
Ted Lasso
Matthew McFayden
Succession
Murray Barlett
The White Lotus

Outstanding Supporting Actress

In a Comedy Series

In a Drama Series

In a Limited or Anthology Series/TV Movie

Sheryl Lee Ralph
Abbott Elementary
Julia Garner
Ozark
Jennifer Coolidge
The White Lotus

Outstanding Guest Actor

Outstanding Guest Actress

In a Comedy Series

In a Drama Series

Nathan Lane
Only Murders in the Building
Colman Domingo
Euphoria

In a Comedy Series

In a Drama Series

Laurie Metcalf
Hacks
Lee Yoo-mi
El juego del calamar

So, MyFamilier, do you agree with the shows that won the trophies? Did your favorites get awarded or not? Leave us your comments below! And if you like this kind of content, don’t forget to subscribe to our newsletter.

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  1. Anonymous

    Nice

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