If Seth Rogen is booked to appear at one of Hollywood’s major award shows, you can count on him to pull off the script.
The Fabelmans and Pam’s star & Tommy, he is in 1235016200 angered the Emmy producers when they took aim at handing out the first award of the night amid the show’s COVID- protocols , appeared at Century City on Sunday to present the Best Critics’ Choice Award Comedy Series.
Rogen immediately questioned the show’s new format, which gave out two awards at once and even announced the winners along with an envelope. “I’ve never been to this. Do they always give out two awards at once? That’s weird. Why would they do that?” he said, as the star-studded audience at Fairmont Century Plaza burst into laughter. “Are we pressed for time? One more hour. It can’t be that expensive. You know how I know? The show airs on The CW at 4 p.m. From my understanding of how this all works, it can’t be that expensive.” time slot.”
Still, Rogen wanted to make it clear that he wasn’t implying that The CW was “bad,” but that Critics’ Choice probably didn’t nominate any of the network’s shows. “You say it’s bad. We’re on your least favorite network. How did that happen? Next time you nominate yourself, you’ll have one. Nobody’s going to think it’s weird, they’re going to think it’s good,” Logan explained.
Before introducing the nominees for Best Comedy Series – the trophy eventually went from Abbott Elementary School – he opened One last joke. “If you’re a regular viewer of The CW, it’s astounding what you see on your TV right now. I might be the first Jew in history to be on The CW. Get immersed.”
While Rogen thought it was “odd” for telecast to combine the two categories, some of the winners didn’t mind. “It’s great because it means I’m not alone,” Giancarlo Esposito, Best Supporting Actor in a Series for Better Call Saul said backstage at the sharing session. Joining the stage for White Lotus winner Jennifer Coolidge. “A lot of times, we think we’re alone and all the tension goes to you before it’s announced. I’m really shocked and surprised that they’re announcing two at a time, but I think it takes some pressure off… ….I’m glad I remembered being a gentleman and leading her up the steps.
Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series, Barry Henry Winkler, to hear his name along with Sheryl Lee Ralph of Abbott Elementary School. to what she had to say. She’s one of the greatest speakers of all time,” Winkler said. “I said [to her], ‘The only thing really missing tonight is you’re not singing. ‘ She’s a great spirit. “
A full list of winners can be found at here.