Emmys 2024: The Best And Worst Moments—Deadline
The article highlights significant moments from the 2024 Emmys, emphasizing historical achievements. Quinta Brunson’s win as the Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series marked her as the second Black woman to achieve this since 1981. Ayo Edebiri’s victory as Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series was noteworthy, marking the first time both comedy awards went to Black women. “The Bear” set records by winning 10 awards, surpassing “Schitt’s Creek” for the most Emmy wins in a comedy series season. It also achieved the most wins for a comedy series in its debut season and the most wins for any series in its first season.
Ali Wong made history by becoming the first Asian woman to win Outstanding Lead Actress in a Limited Series for her role in “Beef.” She expressed gratitude to her family, especially her late father, emphasizing the value of failure. Lastly, RuPaul secured his place as the most awarded in the Outstanding Host for a Reality or Competition category, winning eight consecutive years. The article reflects a diverse range of accomplishments, underlining the Emmy Awards’ commitment to recognizing talent across various backgrounds.
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