How Many Emmys did Ted Lasso Win – Apple TV+’s Ted Lasso, which scored 20 selections this year in a record appearing for a first-year show, covered a solid night Sunday at the Primetime Emmys by winning the Outstanding Comedy Series prize.
The triumph gave the series made by Jason Sudeikis, Joe Kelly, Brendan Hunt, and Bill Laurence seven Emmys generally speaking this year, including a threesome of acting gestures around evening time: Sudeikis for Lead Actor, Hannah Waddingham for Supporting Actress and Brett Goldstein for Supporting Actor.
The show’s at the Emmys this year additionally made Apple TV+ the primary web-based feature to land a top program grant in its second year of qualification.
Waddingham and Goldstein won in two of the night’s initial classes, with the Marcus Mumford-sung signature melody repeating in the tent at L.A. Live where his service was held. Sudeikis kept the energy venturing out in front of the marquee Outstanding Comedy Series uncover.
Sudeikis and the show were both viewed as leaders in their classifications, the last mentioned, from Warner Bros TV, Lawrence’s Doozer Productions, and Universal Television, prevailing over a field that incorporated ABC’s Black-ish, Netflix’s Cobra Kai, Emily in Paris, and The Kominsky Method, Hulu’s Pen15 and HBO Max’s The Flight Attendant and Hacks.
Hacks, in the meantime, denied Ted Lasso the parody classification clear that Schitt’s Creek pulled off last year, taking both the composition and coordinating classes around evening time.