75th Emmy Awards: Succession, The Bear, and The Last of Us Dominate Nominations

LOS ANGELES – The 75th Emmy Awards are currently being revealed at the Peacock Theater in the L.A. Live complex. Hosted by Anthony Anderson, the ceremony is set to be broadcast on Fox beginning at 5 p.m. Pacific on Monday.

This year’s nominations showcase several fan-favorites, including shows like “Succession,” “The Crown,” “Better Call Saul,” “Abbott Elementary,” “Yellowjackets,” “Barry,” and “Ted Lasso.” These series dominated the nominations, with “Succession” leading the pack with 27 nods. Other notable contenders include “The White Lotus,” which received 23 nominations and “The Last of Us,” which earned 24 nominations.

Pedro Pascal garnered three nominations, making him only the second Latino performer ever to receive a nod as lead actor in a drama series. Additionally, his show “The Last of Us” has already won eight awards at the Creative Arts Emmys. Other winners with multiple awards include “Welcome to Wrexham” with 5 wins, and “The Bear,” “Still: A Michael J. Fox Movie,” “Wednesday,” and “The White Lotus,” each with 4 wins.

The awards ceremony encompasses a wide range of categories, recognizing outstanding performances in various genres. Notable categories include drama lead actress, drama lead actor, limited or anthology series, limited/movie lead actress, limited/movie lead actor, variety special (live), directing for a drama series, writing for a limited or anthology series or movie, writing for a drama series, limited/movie supporting actor, and directing for a limited or anthology series or movie, among others.

Among the winners so far, Sarah Snook took home the award for drama lead actress for her role in “Succession,” while Kieran Culkin won in the drama lead actor category for his performance in the same series. The limited or anthology series award went to “Beef,” and Ali Wong was recognized as the lead actress for her role in that series. Steven Yeun won the award for limited/movie lead actor for his performance in “Beef.” The variety special (live) category was won by “Elton John Live: Farewell From Dodger Stadium.” In the directing for a drama series category, Mark Mylod won for his work on “Connor’s Wedding” from “Succession.” The award for writing in a limited or anthology series or movie went to Lee Sung Jin for “The Birds Don’t Sing, They Screech In Pain” from “Beef.” Jesse Armstrong won the writing award in the drama series category for “Connor’s Wedding” from “Succession.”

The 75th Emmy Awards continue to honor exceptional talent and outstanding contributions in the television industry. Stay tuned for more updates and the announcement of additional winners.