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In all, Netflix productions won 44 statuettes, including awards for acting, writing, directing, and technical categories, setting a new record for a streaming platform.
The series “The Crown” was one of the most responsible for the success of the streaming chain in this year’s edition, winning for the first time the most coveted Emmy of all, Best Drama Series and totaling 11 statuettes.
Another multi-nominated chain series, “The Queen’s Gambit,” also garnered major awards, including Best Miniseries, Anthology Series, or Film.
Historically the winner of the Emmys night, this was the first time HBO had been defeated, having tied with Netflix in 2018. The accounts show that, this time, the chain could not even come close to the competitor’s number of victories.
HBO even led the way with 130 nominations to Netflix’s 129, but took home only 19 figurines. This year, “Mare of Easttown” and “Hacks” were HBO’s big standouts in terms of awards.
The third chain with the most wins was Disney+, which had 71 nominations and won 14 statuettes. “The Mandalorian” and “WandaVision” were at the forefront of victories for the platform.
Already Apple TV+, which is trying to assert itself in this market, achieved a prominent position due to the importance of the awards won by the series “Ted Lasso“, which dominated the comedy category.