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Live Emmy Insights: Scene-by-scene coverage of TV's big night

After a season of “for your consideration” that seems to be longer than the reign of Queen Elizabeth II (too soon!), 2022 The Emmys are finally here.

Nominees, Hollywood power brokers, and frightened publicists will once again gather at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles since 2019 for the first time since , but we ordinary people swear to watch all the action and the inevitabledon’t worry dear jokes unfold in the media – use we absolutely pay for ourselves instead of the login information we stole from our parents.

The last time the TV world took an evening to congratulate itself, Ted Lasso , The Crown and The Queen’s Gambit are big winners. But a lot has changed in a year. Quinta Brunson presents Abbott Elementary to ABC, the first broadcast series in nearly a decade to have a chance at major recognition. The Crown enters its royal hiatus, while the former Emmy favorite successor is in between seasons Return after a long break. And 2022 one of the biggest players in limited play, White Lotus , ignoring its Emmy category is Renewed for a second season. (Your move, Pam and Tommy ).

There is a lot to unpack. So…if you’re watching alone and need some company, if you’d rather trade the precious three hours of your life for CliffsNotes at the crux of the night, or if you’re just here because of some weird SEO mishap, read below Regular Emmy Updates. And please feel free to tweet on me, especially if you can guess when I was emotionally drinking a cocktail. Just don’t call it a live blog .

4pm PT Well, I admit I was terrified of this until I heard Laverne Cox in E! Red carpet coverage. Let’s go.

5: PM host Kenan Thomposon brings a huge amount of Dion Cole energy to this non-monologue, and now I wonder if Jason-Sudeikis in a tracksuit isn’t inevitable . But what’s even more exciting is that in this awkward music number, the producer gets the Friends theme just for the sitcom [clear throat ] Inspired by Single Life .

5: 16 PM Michael Keaton took his first win of the night with his work in Dopesick, which left the Hulu miniseries a bit lost in the main draw, but he The talk at TED Talky was a bit bland as an opening remark.

5: 19 Shave that in the afternoon . Murray Bartlett in the category where he faced two his White Lotus co-stars Winning Supporting Actor in , which bodes much better in limited competition than Dopesick to win.

5: PM This was the first commercial and I just realized I didn’t even mention Oprah Winfrey’s appearance. Obviously, I’m broken.

5: 16 PM The laughter of Thompson’s Netflix joke isn’t as loud as you might think, because all the agents, executives, and producers in the audience apparently aren’t sitting close enough to the microphone.

5: PM. I’m going to not read too much about these individual awards , but

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Matthew Macfadyen in Succession Winning a star with a supporting actor in a crowded field of collaborations seems prophetic. Absence does make hearts more lovely.

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