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74. Emmy Awards 2022: Who received the award?


The 74th Emmy Awards, called the "Oscars of Television", found their owners with the award ceremony held in Los Angeles. While Succession, who received the most awards in the ceremony, left his mark, Netflix's "Squid Game" made history by receiving multiple awards in the drama category.

Sheryl Lee Ralph won her first Emmy for Best Supporting Actress for "Abbott Elementary," becoming the second black woman to win the award. 

Lee Jung-jae became the first person to win the best actor award for a drama from a foreign-language series with the highly acclaimed Squid Game. Squid Game, Netflix's most-watched series, was also nominated for an award in the drama category, but Succession was awarded this award.

                                                       

Here are the Emmy awards for 2022:

Best Comedy


"Ted Lasso" (Apple TV+)


Best Drama


"Succession" (HBO)


Best Limited Series


"The White Lotus" (HBO)


Best Actress, Comedy


Jean Smart, "Hacks"


Best Actor, Comedy


Jason Sudeikis, "Ted Lasso"


Best Actress, Drama


Zendaya, "Euphoria"


Best Actor, Drama


Lee Jung-jae, "The Squid Game"


Supporting Actress, Comedy


Sheryl Lee Ralph, "Abbott Elementary"


Supporting Actor, Comedy


Brett Goldstein, "Ted Lasso"


Supporting Actress, Drama


Julia Garner, "Ozark"


Supporting Actor, Drama


Matthew Macfadyen, "Succession"

President of the jury Julianne Moore on the red carpet of the Venice Film Festival

Famous Hollywood star Julianne Moore, who is the president of the jury of the 79th Venice Film Festival this year, appeared once again on the festival's red carpet.

The 61-year-old Oscar-winning actor attended the premiere of the film 'Love Life' at the festival in Venice, Italy.

Moore walked the red carpet in her Celine signature dress.

Moore attracted a lot of attention from fans at the festival's opening on August 31.

The 79th one, which runs until September 10. In addition to Julianne Moore, the international jury of the Venice Film Festival includes names from world cinema such as Mariano Cohn (Argentina), Leonardo Di Costanzo (Italy), Audrey Diwan (France), Leila Hatami (Iran), Kazuo Ishiguro (Japan) and Rodrigo Sorogoyen (Spain).

Julianne Moore, who has won two Emmys, two Golden Globes and an Oscar in her career, most recently starred in the A24 film When You Finish Saving the World, directed by Jesse Eisenberg. His upcoming projects include Benjamin Caron's new film Sharper, about a New York cheater, Mothertrucker, which will star an unexpected friendship between an Instagram celebrity and a truck driver, and May December, the new Todd Haynes film starring Natalie Portman.