Absolutely zero genre shows or specials managed to snag a win at the 73rd Primetime Emmy Awards last night. Neither WandaVision nor The Mandalorian , which had over 20 nominations each in 2021, managed to win any of the big, important Emmys for episodes, directors, actors, etc. and were instead relegated to their more technical wins at the Creative Arts Emmys that took place last week. Advertisement Instead, Netflix's The Crown, Apple TV+'s Ted Lasso , and HBO's Mare of Easttown and Hacks dominated the awards. These are all great shows—and I'm not saying there haven't been plenty of great, non-genre TV series this past year or so—I'm just saying WandaVision 's Kathryn Hahn was definitely robbed. Also, it's worth pointing out that The Handmaid's Tale , which had 21 nominations especially in the best acting categories, won not a single one of them, making it the biggest single-ceremony loser in Emmy history. You can check out the full list of "winners" below. What won outstanding comedy series? Black-ish (ABC) Cobra Kai (Netflix) Emily In Paris (Netflix) Hacks (HBO Max) PEN15 (Hulu) WINNER: Ted Lasso (Apple TV+) The Flight Attendant (HBO Max) The Kominsky Method (Netflix) Who won outstanding lead… Read full this story
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