A washed up actor who once played an iconic superhero must overcome his ego and family trouble as he prepares to mount a Broadway play in a bid to reclaim past glory.
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The fifth night of the Creative Arts Emmys featured more of the same (in a bad way).
From missing and mistaken title cards to a technical glitch that hid the Best Guest Drama Actor winner, the last night of Creative Arts Emmys came to a crashing halt.
Considering the last few wins in this category were zeitgeist-y crime docs many assumed “Tiger King” would walk away with the award.
Ron Cephas Jones won for Outstanding Guest Actor in a Drama Series, although the voiceover erroneously announced a different winner.
HBO’s Hugh Jackman-led comedy-drama won the Emmy for Outstanding Television Movie on Saturday.
Emmy voting closed before Jerry Harris, star of Netflix’s reality sensation, was charged with production of child pornography by the FBI.
His work on “The Mandalorian” earned the popular Disney+ series an Emmy on Saturday night.
The hair, makeup, and costume categories conclude with wins for “Euphoria,” “The Crown,” and “Schitt’s Creek.”
Upsets are the name of the game for this category.
“The Last Dance” and “Rick and Morty” also took home overall series wins as the stage is now set for Sunday’s Emmy finale.
Should you watch a ridiculous and unnecessary Nurse Ratched origin story? Just tell me how you respond to these three little words: puppet torture porn.
Despite the circumstances, acquisitions activity out of the fall’s biggest festivals is off to a productive start.