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Ted Lasso series surpasses Glee record and garners 20 Emmy Award nominations


Once again, Apple’s bet on the comedy Ted Lasso has received a large number of nominations. On this occasion, it is the Emmy Awards, the most important awards in the television industry. For this year’s edition, Ted Lasso has achieved 20 nominations, surpassing the previous record for the musical Glee.

But, Ted Lasso has not been the only series available exclusively on Apple TV + to compete for the Emmy Awards. The rest of the content available on this platform has achieved 15 additional nominations, without counting the Emmy awards to the content that is broadcast during the daytime and of which we already informed you a few days ago.

Ted Lasso Emmy Award Nominations

  • Featured Comedy Series
  • Featured Lead Actor in a Comedy Series – Jason Sudeikis
  • Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series – Brett Goldstein
  • Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series – Brendan Hunt
  • Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series – Nick Mohammed
  • Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series – Jeremy Swift
  • Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series – Juno Temple
  • Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series – Hannah Waddingham
  • Best Director of a Comedy Series – Zach Braff
  • Best Directing in a Comedy Series – MJ Delaney
  • Best Director of a Comedy Series – Declan Lowney
  • Outstanding Script of a Comedy Series – Pilot
  • Best Writer in a Comedy Series – Make Rebecca Great Again
  • Best Cast in a Comedy Series
  • Best Original Music for the Main Theme
  • Best Production Design for a Narrative Program (Half Hour)
  • Best Sound Editing for a Comedy or Drama Series (Half Hour) and Animation
  • Best Single Camera Image Editing for a Comedy Series – AJ Catoline
  • Best Single Camera Picture Montage for a Comedy Series – Melissa McCoy
  • Best Sound Mix for a Comedy or Drama Series (Half Hour) and Animation

Rest of Apple TV + Emmy Award nominations

  • Best Cinematography for a Single Camera Series (Half Hour): “Servant.”
  • Best Image Editing for a Nonfiction Program – “Billie Eilish: The World’s A Little Blurry.”
  • Best Musical Direction – “Billie Eilish: The World’s A Little Blurry”.
  • Best Sound Editing for a Nonfiction or Reality Program (with one or more cameras) – “Billie Eilish: The World’s A Little Blurry”.
  • Best Sound Mix for a Nonfiction or Reality Program (Single or Multi-Camera) – “Billie Eilish: The World’s A Little Blurry.”
  • Best Performance of a Character – “Central Park,” Stanley Tucci
  • Best Performance of a Character – “Central Park,” Tituss Burgess
  • Best Narrator – “Mythic Quest,” Anthony Hopkins
  • Best Sound Editing for a Comedy or Drama Series (Half Hour) and Animation – “Mythic Quest”
  • Best Documentary or Nonfiction Special: “Boys State.”
  • Best Direction of a Documentary or Nonfiction Program: “Boys State.”
  • Best Narrator – “The Year Earth Changed,” David Attenborough
  • Featured Contemporary Make-up for a Variety Show, Nonfiction or Reality (Nonprosthetic) – “Mariah Carey’s Magical Christmas Special”
  • Best Sound Mix for a Series or Variety Special: “Bruce Springsteen’s Letter to You.”
  • Best Comedy, Drama or Series Short Program – “Carpool Karaoke: The Series.”

The 73rd Emmy Awards, presented by Cedric the Entertainer, will take place at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles on September 19th.

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