Succession, Ted Lasso and which series were nominated the most for the 2023 Emmys

The nominations for the television Oscars were announced on Wednesday. Then the final round of voting for the 75th Emmy Awards will begin, scheduled for September 18.

HBO’s drama series “Succession,” which follows the conflicts and ambitions of a powerful family at the helm of a media empire, leads the Emmy race with 27 nominations. This puts the acclaimed show at the forefront of the awards race for the second year in a row.

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“The Last of Us,” HBO’s video game adaptation, remains in the running with 24 nominations, including one for Chilean-American Pedro Pascal in the category of best actor in a drama series.

The satire “The White Lotus,” which explores the tirades of the wealthy in paradise locations, stood out with 23 nominations, including best drama series and best supporting actress in a drama series for Jennifer Coolidge, who also starred in the first season.

“Ted Lasso”, the Apple TV+ comedy that follows an American football coach who tries his luck at the head of a soccer team in England, once again stood out in the Emmy nominations with 21 chances to win a statuette.

Will the protests in Hollywood affect the Emmys?

The 75th Emmy Awards ceremony is scheduled for September 18, however the lavish event is threatened by the situation in Hollywood.

While the scriptwriters have been picketing outside the studios for more than two months, the Screen Actors Union (SAG-AFTRA) could go on strike at midnight this Wednesday (0700 GMT) if they do not reach an agreement contractual agreement with the studios.

Screenwriters and actors fight for salary increases and other benefits. A double strike in Hollywood, something not seen since the 1960s, could bring the tinsel town to a near standstill, forcing, among other things, a postponement of the ceremony.

In normal years, industry insiders debate which shows will be nominated, not whether the Emmys will actually take place. But this year, the ceremony is threatened by the writers’ strike that entered its eleventh week.

“If there is a strike, it could really affect the making of the Emmys,” said Pete Hammond, an awards columnist for Deadline. “The Television Academy is going to have to think, ‘How long is this going to go on?’ and ‘What is our deadline to postpone the ceremony?’”