75th Emmy Awards postponed due to protests in Hollywood

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The 75th Emmy Awards, known as the Oscars of the television world, have been postponed. The 2023 Emmy Awards will be held on January 15, 2024, due to the ongoing protests in Hollywood.

75th Emmy Awards postponed due to  protests in Hollywood

It has been announced that the 75th Emmy Awards, which will be held by the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, have been postponed.

The 2023 Emmy Awards have been postponed to four months later, January 15, 2024, due to the ongoing writer and actress protests in Hollywood.

FIRST POSTPONEMENT SINCE SEPTEMBER 11

The award ceremony is postponed for the first time since the September 11 terrorist attacks in 2001.

2023 Emmy nominations were announced last month, and HBO's Succession series marked the Emmy with 27 nominations.

Fourteen actors from the series were nominated for awards, including Brian Cox, Jeremy Strong, Kieran Culkin and Sarah Snook.

HBO's video game Last of Us earned 24 nominations, followed by The White Lotus with 23 nominations and Ted Lasso with 21 nominations.

The Emmy is an award for American television productions. Although it is thought to be similar to the Peabody Awards, the Emmys are more entertainment-oriented. In addition to comedy performances on stage, artists also prepare humor-oriented speeches. Other similarities to the Emmys are the Academy Awards in film, the Tony Awards in theater, and the Grammy Awards in music.

Source: Euronews 

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