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    Emmy Awards 2022: The Complete List Of Winners

    The 74th Emmy Awards was held on Monday night at the Microsoft Theatre in Los Angeles. The show was hosted by Kenan Thompson. The ceremony was largely in-person and reminiscent of pre-pandemic award shows. ‘Succession’, had the most nominations, at 25. It took home awards for best drama and writing for a drama series and best supporting actor in a drama.

    Sheryl Lee Ralph won her first Emmy for best-supporting actress for ‘Abbott Elementary‘, making her only the second black woman to win the award. Lee Jung-jae became the first person from a foreign language show, ‘Squid Game,’ to win the best actor in a drama. To know more about who won Emmy in different categories, see below.

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    Emmy Winners

    1) Best Comedy‘Ted Lasso’ (Apple TV+)

    2) Best Drama‘Succession’ (HBO)


    3) Best Limited Series‘The White Lotus’ (HBO)

    4) Best Actress, Comedy – Jean Smart, ‘Hacks’

    Jean Smart

    5) Best Actress, DramaZendaya, ‘Euphoria’.


    6) Best Actor, Comedy – Jason Sudeikis, ‘Ted Lasso’

    Jason Sudeikis

    7) Best Actor, Drama Lee Jung-jae, ‘Squid Game’.

    Lee Jung-jae

    8) Best Actress, Limited Series or TV Movie – Amanda Seyfried, ‘The Dropout’.

    9) Best Actor, Limited Series or TV Movie – Michael Keaton, ‘Dopesick’.

    10) Supporting Actress, Comedy – Shery Lee Ralph, ‘Abbott Elementary’.

    Sheryl Lee Ralph

    11) Supporting Actor, Comedy – Brett Goldstein, ‘Ted Lasso’.

    12) Supporting Actress, Drama – Julia Garner, ‘Ozark’.

    Julia Garner

    13) Supporting Actor, Drama – Matthew Macfadyen, ‘Succession’.

    14) Supporting Actress, Limited Series or a Movie – Jennifer Coolidge, ‘The White Lotus’.

    15) Supporting Actor, Limited Series or Movie – Murray Bartlett, ‘The White Lotus’.

    Murray Bartlet

    16) Variety Talk Series ‘Last Week Tonight With John Oliver’.

    17) Variety Sketch Series‘Saturday Night Live’ (NBC).

    18) Reality Competition Program‘Lizzo’s Watch Out for the Big Grrrls’.


    19) Writing for a Comedy Series – Quinta Brunson, ‘Abbott Elementary’.

    20) Writing for a Drama Series – Jesse Armstrong, ‘Succession’.

    21) Writing for a Limited Series, Movie or Drama Special – Mike White, ‘The White Lotus’.

    22) Directing for a Comedy Series – MJ Delaney, ‘Ted Lasso’.

    23) Directing for a Drama Series – Hwang Dong-hyuk, ‘Squid Game’.

    Hwang Dong-hyuk

    24) Directing for a Limited Series or Movie – Mike White, ‘The White Lotus’.

    25) Documentary Or Nonfiction Series‘The Beatles: Get Back’ (Disney+).

    26) Documentary Or Nonfiction Special‘George Carlin’s American Dream‘ (HBO).

    27) Outstanding Writing for a Variety Series‘Last Week Tonight With John Oliver’ (HBO).

    John Oliver

    28) Outstanding Writing for a Variety Special‘Jerrod Carmichael: Rothaniel’.

    29) Outstanding Variety Special, Pre-Recorded‘Adele One Night Only’ (CBS)

    30) Outstanding Variety Special (Live)‘The Super Bowl LVI Halftime Show’ (NBC).

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