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Tech industry sets official standard for 8K TVs – Engadget

September 22nd, 2019

Tech industry sets official standard for 8K TVs  Engadget

The tech industry just took another step to nail down the specs for 8K TV. The Consumer Technology Association has unveiled the official display definition for…

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Huawei Mate 30 permanently locked bootloader dashes Google Play hopes – SlashGear

September 22nd, 2019

Emmys TV Review: Big Wins & Farewells To ‘Game Of Thrones’ & ‘Veep,’ But Host-Free Fox Ceremony Fails – Deadline

September 22nd, 2019

When the best part of your Emmy Awards broadcast tonight is the short sendoffs to series that have finished including Games of Thrones and Veep, you might want to get your gaze out of the rearview mirror before you lose control.

Sadly, that’s not what the host-free 71st Primetime Emmy Awards chose to do Sunday. Which is why the just over three-hour result skidded all over the small screen equivalent of the street on Sunday.

Yes, there were big wins for HBO’s GoT and Chernobyl in the Drama and Limited Series categories Amazon’s Fleabag in the Comedy category and Netflix’s Bandersnatch from the Black Mirror team in the Outstanding Television Movie slate. There was a censorship beep for Succession creator Jesse Armstrong quoting Donald Trump.

There was also history made by Pose star Billy Porter’s lead Actor Drama win and there were surprises like Fleabag’s Phoebe Waller-Bridge taking a historic Emmy record away from Veep’s Julia Louis-Dreyfus in the Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series category.

When They See Us’ Jharrel Jerome scoring Outstanding Lead Actor in a Limited Series over the heavily favored multiple Oscar winner Mahershala Ali for his True Detective Season 3 role beat the odds on a lot of office pools. Killing Eve‘s Jodie Comer snagging Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series emptied a wallet or two when so many had bet on her co-star Sandra Oh.

Yes, there were touches of a maestro’s greatness from the legendary Bob Newhart in skit near the top of the show and a fine turn on a lost opportunity of making everyone watch HBO’s winning Chernobyl by a deadpan Jon Hamm.

However, a few sparks do not a fire make and the pandering Kardashian featuring Emmys tonight was a burn out with a Meryl Streep mask wearing musical number that brought back fond memories of Rob Lowe and Snow White.

It’s a double disappointment because after a cringe-inducing purple carpet arrivals show stumbled through by The Masked Singer’s Jenny McCarthy, Kelly Osbourne and Fox Sports’ Shannon Sharpe, the actual show had nowhere to go but up.

Yet, preceded by a glimpse of the performers for the upcoming second season of The Masked Singer, the Fox broadcast Emmys went instead for a fast face plant opening with a quickly flattened Homer Simpson cameo and then Black-ish and 2019 nominee Anthony Anderson mock scrambling to take control in a skit in desperate search of a rewrite. Emerging as the adult in the Microsoft Theater in DTLA, Bryan Cranston came on to tell us “television has never been this damn good” – which is true of the medium but not the endgame of tonight’s Emmys.

A short save by the legendary Newhart in a waxworks skit with Ben Stiller was genius. Yet that was soon soiled by a Family Guy segment invoking the imprisoned Bill Cosby and the toxic Roseanne Barr and the Emmys always being “great for rewarding great people for great work” in the past.

It was made clear in a matter of seconds earlier tonight who should have been hosting the Emmys – James Corden. He showed it almost without effort and the right amount of swagger when the CBS Late Night host presented the Bandersnatch winning Outstanding Television Movie category. Corden also unveiled he had what Emmy might need off-stage too.

“Every time you’re nominated, rightly so, you win everything,” the CBS late-night frontman, multiple Emmy winner and 2019 nominee told Green Book vet and most recently Oscar Best Actor winner Ali on the arrivals carpets as a clearly out-of-her-league McCarthy looked on. “I think you’ve had the best three years of any performer on planet Earth,” Corden added as Fox cut to commercial then in the likely hopes not to make it too evident how mistake prone and hapless its own team was proving to be.

“It’s the Emmys — but it’s also Fox, so ehhh,” self-described “sherpa” and voiceover presenter Thomas Lennon declared in a moment of honesty that made the Los Angeles Rams’ grinding 20-13 Sunday Night Football win over the Cleveland Browns on NBC seem like old school appointment viewing – which the ratings will probably reflect tomorrow morning.

And may I add, don’t give premium cablers GoT and Veep a big stage farewell, have Fox’s own soon to be departing Empire get its moment in the spotlight and barely utter an au revoir to Big 4 ratings juggernaut The Big Bang Theory – that’s a jackmove

On the flip side, as terrible as what the teleprompter had those on stage saying on the Don Mischer and Ian Stewart produced show, the winning speeches often sparkled in a format that was designed to allow more time for the heartfelt thank yous.

Unsurprisingly, Fleabag’s Waller-Bridge soared in her acceptance of Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series, as did the double threat of The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel’s Tony Shalhoub and Alex Borstein, both Emmy winner vets. That trio, GoT’s once again Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series Peter Dinklage and others offered evidence that it is the canned nature of these awards shows that are killing the fun and mystery and turning viewers off, host or no host.

If the solution is to hire a Waller-Bridge or a seasoned host (AKA Corden) or stand-up comedian like Sarah Silverman and let them off the scripted leash, I don’t know – but at this point and in this century, crisis management intervention is required. “Applebee’s has a host,” past Oscar host Jimmy Kimmel said alongside past Emmy host Stephen Colbert onstage tonight in a poignant moment of self deprecation that rebounded into a true lost opportunity on live TV. “I’m sorry but this show sucks,” the ABC late nighter threw in there, getting the biggest laugh of the night up to that point with a contrived aside about listening to Jason Bateman’s vacation stories.

“You let this slide, the next thing you know they’ll start using Alexa to present the nominees,” the CBS Late Night frontman Colbert added, as the voice of the Amazon helper came on the speaker system to announce the Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series category and that shocker of a win over multiple past winner and clear favorite Louis-Dreyfus for a queenslayer Waller-Bridge.

Sorry, Stephen, between the Oscars and the Emmys, the avalanche has begun.

In an age of tired and ratings declining awards shows, the Emmys needed to slay on Fox tonight. Instead, like the Wall that protected the icy northern border of what was once the Seven Kingdoms on Game Of Thrones, the whole thing came tumbling down.

It’s ABC’s turn for the 72nd Primetime Emmy Awards next year – what ya thinkin’?


Emmys 2019 red carpet: Twitter reacts to Gwendoline Christie, our lord and savior – CNET

September 22nd, 2019
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You can’t spell Christ without Christie.

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Red carpets, be they for the Oscars or for any awards including the Emmys, are usually pretty banal affairs, unless you’re super into fashion. But there’s always one. One person who arrives and is just WHOA. At the Emmys this year, that person was Gwendoline Christie, our lord and savior.

She came dressed in what can only be described as an incredibly striking and insane Jesus Christ cosplay. Usually, you might be like, too far? But it’s Christie so everyone was basically swept away in the purest sense of awe. “Gwendoline Christie had come to bless all of us with her grace, since she’s god,” one person tweeted. Tweeted another, “Everybody say amen to Gwendoline Christie.”  

This was probably my favorite reaction.

Others went hard on the Roman angle. “Gwendoline Christie better be careful tonight, I hear Brutus has a plan to stab her in the senate,” someone wrote. 

Yes, Gwendoline Christie could probably start a successful cult. 

But for the most part, yes, Gwendoline Christie is currently living proof that God is a woman.

Also worth noting: Christie just got easily the biggest cheer at the Emmys when the cast went on stage to present an award. Makes total sense.

Christie arrives at the Emmys this year as a nominee for best supporting actress after literally submitting herself for an award for her turn as Brienne of Tarth in the last season of Game of Thrones. That’s a fantastic, bold move I’m fully in support of. She is well known for her ability to slay awards shows, but she didn’t win this one. Peter Dinklage, however, did take home the award for best supporting actor in a drama series, and the show won best outstanding drama series

Head here for everything you need to know about the Emmys. You can follow along with our live updates post here.

Originally published Sept. 22, 6:05 p.m. PT. 
Update, 8:40 p.m. PT: Adds Game of Thrones wins for the night.


‘Bandersnatch,’ ‘Fleabag,’ and ‘Ozark’ lead streaming Emmy winners – Engadget

September 22nd, 2019

Phoebe Waller-Bridge (speaking) and fellow cast and crew members of 'Fleabag' accept the Outstanding Comedy Series award onstage during the 71st Emmy Awards at Microsoft Theater

Fleabag creator Phoebe Waller-Bridge ran the night between her streaming show and an Outstanding Lead Actress Emmy for Killing Eve’s Jodie Comer. However Fleabag was the star, notching four wins across Comedy Series, Lead Actress In A Comedy Series, Directing For A Comedy Series, and Writing For A Comedy Series. Its fellow Amazon Prime comedy Marvelous Ms. Maisel won twice, in the supporting actor and actress categories, while A Very British Scandal’s Ben Whishaw received his award for supporting actor in a limited series,.

Bandersnatch was just one of four victories for Netflix, as the streamer also saw When They See Us actor Jharrel Jerome score a victory, plus wins for Julia Garner and Jason Bateman for their roles in Ozark.

While Amazon had more wins during the TV broadcast, the overall count including Creative Arts Emmy awards (PDF) gave Netflix 27 wins, Amazon 15, Hulu four, and YouTube four. Apple Music, the Oculus Store and Twitch each received one trophy. HBO held off the Albanian Army this year, with the most wins during the broadcast (9) and overall (34).


Emmy Awards 2019: the complete list of winners – The Verge

September 22nd, 2019

The television Academy paid its final adieu to Game of Thrones tonight, honoring the cast with a standing ovation — but not necessarily in awards.

Game of Thrones’ final season was practically shut out at the main Emmy’s telecast. The show did take home the award for Best Drama Series, and Peter Dinklage won the award for Best Supporting Actor in a Drama for his role as Tyrion Lannister. Those two wins at tonight’s telecast, combined with the 10 awards the show won at the Creative Arts Emmys last week, means Game of Thrones ties its previous record for most wins for a single season of television. The show previously won 12 awards for its fifth season in 2015, setting a new record.

The lack of awards may not be too surprising for fans considering the response to the show’s eighth and final season received. Many critics were largely underwhelmed, and a portion of fans were disappointed. Still, welcoming the cast on stage and standing for the actors involved in HBO’s popular series was a heartwarming display of support and celebration for the series.

Still, it was a great night overall for HBO. The network saw awards for some of its most popular shows on top of Game of Thrones; Barry and Succession took home some top category prizes, including Bill Hader’s win for Best Actor in a Comedy Series for his work in Barry. Jesse Armstrong took home Emmy gold for his writing on Succession, one of HBO’s most recent popular series.

Amazon also touted a super night, leading the number of wins for a streaming service. The company won a number of awards for darling shows like The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, and newcomer series for Amazon Prime Video (through a partnership with BBC), Fleabag. Fleabag won a number of awards, including for Best Comedy and Best Actress in a Comedy for Phoebe Waller-Bridge. The actress also received an award for her writing on the show’s pilot. Netflix didn’t have an amazing night compared to previous years, but it still managed to bring home some trophies for shows When They See Us and Ozark.

The full list of Emmy winners can be read below. The winners of each category are bolded.

Outstanding Drama Series

Better Call Saul


Game of Thrones

Killing Eve




This Is Us

Outstanding Comedy Series



The Good Place

The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel

Russian Doll

Schitt’s Creek


Lead Actor in a Drama Series

Jason Bateman — Ozark

Sterling K. Brown — This Is Us

Kit Harington — Game of Thrones

Bob Odenkirk — Better Call Saul

Billy Porter — Pose

Milo Ventimiglia —This Is Us

Lead Actress in a Drama Series

Emilia Clarke — Game of Thrones

Jodie Comer — Killing Eve

Viola Davis — How to Get Away with Murder

Laura Linney — Ozark

Mandy Moore — This Is Us

Sandra Oh — Killing Eve

Robin Wright — House of Cards

Supporting Actor in a Drama Series

Jonathan Banks — Better Call Saul

Giancarlo Esposito — Better Call Saul

Alfie Allen — Game of Thrones

Nikolaj Coster-Waldau — Game of Thrones

Peter Dinklage — Game of Thrones

Michael Kelly — House of Cards

Chris Sullivan — This Is Us

Supporting Actress in a Drama Series

Gwendoline Christie — Game of Thrones

Lena Headey — Game of Thrones

Sophie Turner — Game of Thrones

Maisie Williams — Game of Thrones

Fiona Shaw — Killing Eve

Julia Garner — Ozark

Outstanding Directing For A Drama Series

Game Of Thrones — “The Iron Throne,” David Benioff and D.B. Weiss

Game Of Thrones — “The Last Of The Starks,” David Nutter

Game Of Thrones — “The Long Night” Miguel Sapochnik

The Handmaid’s Tale — “Holly,” Daina Reid

Killing Eve — “Desperate Times,” Lisa Brühlmann

Ozark — “Reparations,” Jason Bateman

Succession — “Celebration,” Adam McKay

Outstanding Writing For A Drama Series

Better Call Saul — “Winner,” Peter Gould and Thomas Schnauz

Bodyguard — “Episode 1,” Jed Mercurio

Game Of Thrones — “The Iron Throne,” David Benioff and D.B. Weiss

The Handmaid’s Tale — “Holly,” Bruce Miller and Kira Snyder

Killing Eve — “Nice And Neat,” Emerald Fennell

Succession — “Nobody Is Ever Missing,” Jesse Armstrong

Lead Actor in a Comedy Series

Anthony Anderson — Black-ish

Don Cheadle — Black Monday

Ted Danson — The Good Place

Michael Douglas — The Kominsky Method

Bill Hader — Barry

Eugene Levy — Schitt’s Creek

Lead Actress in a Comedy Series

Christina Applegate — Dead To Me

Rachel Brosnahan — The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel

Julia Louis-Dreyfus — Veep

Natasha Lyonne — Russian Doll

Catherine O’Hara — Schitt’s Creek

Phoebe Waller-Bridge — Fleabag

Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series

Stephen Root — Barry

Henry Winkler — Barry

Anthony Carrigan — Barry

Alan Arkin — The Kominsky Method

Tony Shalhoub — The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel

Tony Hale — Veep

Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series

Sarah Goldberg — Barry

Sian Clifford — Fleabag

Olivia Colman — Fleabag

Betty Gilpin — GLOW

Kate McKinnon — Saturday Night Live

Alex Borstein — The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel

Marin Hinkle — The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel

Anna Chlumsky — Veep

Outstanding Directing For A Comedy Series

Barry — “The Audition,” Alec Berg

Barry — “ronny/lily,” Bill Hader

The Big Bang Theory — “The Stockholm Syndrome,” Mark Cendrowski

Fleabag — “Episode 1,” Harry Bradbeer

The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel — “All Alone,” Amy Sherman-Palladino

The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel — “We’re Going To The Catskills!” Daniel Palladino

Outstanding Writing For A Comedy Series

Barry — “ronny/lily,” Alec Berg and Bill Hader

Fleabag — “Episode 1,” Phoebe Waller-Bridge

The Good Place — “Janet(s),” Josh Siegal and Dylan Morgan

PEN15 — “Anna Ishii-Peters,” Maya Erskine and Anna Konkle

Russian Doll — “Nothing In This World Is Easy,” Leslye Headland, Natasha Lyonne and Amy Poehler

Russian Doll — “A Warm Body,” Allison Silverman

Veep — “Veep,” David Mandel

Outstanding Television Movie




King Lear

My Dinner with Hervé

Outstanding Limited Series


Escape at Dannemora


Sharp Objects

When They See Us

Lead Actor in a Limited Series or Movie

Mahershala Ali — True Detective

Benicio Del Toro — Escape at Dannemora

Hugh Grant — A Very English Scandal

Jared Harris — Chernobyl

Jharrel Jerome — When They See Us

Sam Rockwell — Fosse/Verdon

Lead Actress in a Limited Series or Movie

Amy Adams — Sharp Objects

Patricia Arquette — Escape at Dannemora

Aunjanue Ellis — When They See us

Joey King — The Act

Niecy Nash — When They See Us

Michelle Williams— Fosse/Verdon

Supporting Actor in a Limited Series or Movie

Ben Whishaw — A Very English Scandal

Stellan Skarsgard — Chernobyl

Paul Dano — Escape at Dannemora

John Leguizamo — When They See Us

Michael K. Williams — When They See Us

Asante Blackk — When They See Us

Supporting Actress in a Limited Series or Movie

Emily Watson — Chernobyl

Margaret Qualley — Fosse/Verdon

Patricia Clarkson — Sharp Objects

Patricia Arquette — The Act

Marsha Stephanie Blake — When They See Us

Vera Farmiga — When They See Us

Outstanding Directing For A Limited Series, Movie Or Dramatic Special

Chernobyl — Johan Renck

Escape At Dannemora — Ben Stiller

Fosse/Verdon — “Glory,” Jessica Yu

Fosse/Verdon — “Who’s Got The Pain,” Thomas Kail

A Very English Scandal — Stephen Frears

When They See Us — Ava DuVernay

Outstanding Writing For A Limited Series, Movie Or Dramatic Special

Chernobyl — Craig Mazin

Escape At Dannemora — “Episode 6,” Brett Johnson, Michael Tolkin and Jerry Stahl

Escape At Dannemora — “Episode 7,” Brett Johnson and Michael Tolkin

Fosse/Verdon — “Providence,”Steven Levenson and Joey Fields

A Very English Scandal — Russell T. Davies

When They See Us — “Part Four,” Ava DuVernay and Michael Starrbury

Outstanding Reality Competition Series

Amazing Race

American Ninja Warrior

Nailed It

RuPaul’s Drag Race

Top Chef

The Voice

Outstanding Variety Talk Series

The Daily Show

Full Frontal

Jimmy Kimmel Live!

Last Week Tonight With John Oliver

The Late Late Show With James Corden

The Late Show With Stephen Colbert

Outstanding Variety Sketch Series

At Home With Amy Sedaris

Documentary Now!

Drunk History

I Love You, America With Sarah Silverman

Saturday Night Live

Who Is America?

Outstanding Directing For A Variety Series

Documentary Now! — “Waiting For The Artist,” Alex Buono and Rhys Thomas

Drunk History — “Are You Afraid Of The Drunk?” Derek Waters

Last Week Tonight With John Oliver — “Psychics,” Paul Pennolino

The Late Show With Stephen Colbert — “Live Midterm Election Show,” Jim Hoskinson

Saturday Night Live — “Host : Adam Sandler,” Don Roy King

Who Is America? — “Episode 102,” Sacha Baron Cohen, Nathan Fielder, Daniel Gray Longino and Dan Mazer

Outstanding Writing For A Variety Series

Documentary Now!

Full Frontal With Samantha Bee

Last Week Tonight With John Oliver

Late Night With Seth Meyers

The Late Show With Stephen Colbert

Saturday Night Live


Jagmeet Singh appears on top Quebec talk show, says he shares Quebecers’ values – CBC News

September 22nd, 2019

NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh appeared on Quebec’s flagship talk show, Tout le monde en parle, Sunday night, saying he shares Quebecers’ values on issues such as abortion and same-sex marriage.

Host Guy Lepage asked Singh his take on the province’s new religious symbols law, climate change, People’s Party Leader Maxime Bernier and the recent scandal involving Justin Trudeau in blackface. 

“I share the same values as Quebecers,” Singh said. “I’m for abortion, for same-sex marriage.”

He described himself as “someone who fell in love with the French language in an English city. I want to be an ally and I will be an ally for Quebec.”

Lepage pointed out Singh is the first racialized person to lead a federal party in Canada and asked his perspective on the Trudeau blackface photos. 

“I’ve fought against racism with my hands,” Singh said. “Not everyone is able to fight back.”

He said Trudeau’s decision to wear blackface was bad judgment. 

“For many people it brings up memories of things that happened in their lives,” Singh said. 

When asked about the law formerly known as Bill 21, which would prevent public employees from wearing religious symbols — such as Singh’s turban — at work, the NDP leader assured Lepage he’s aware of Quebec’s “competence” in that file, but that he’s against laws that divide the population.

“I think the job of a politician is to find ways to bring people together,” Singh said.

However, he said an NDP government would not join legal challenges to the law. 

Singh repeated that he doesn’t think Bernier should take part in the televised leaders debates.

He said it was a difficult decision to make, since he believes in free expression. But Bernier goes too far.

“There’s a moment that it jumps from exchange of ideas to promotion of hateful and divisive ideas that increase tensions,” Singh said. “We must not give a platform to a person who divides the population.” 

In regard to the environment, Singh said his party has several proposals ideas to create jobs while reducing emissions, such as ecological renovations for buildings. 

He said it was a bad decision for the Liberal government to purchase the Trans Mountain Pipeline and that an NDP government would not go ahead with its expansion.

After the Orange Crush

Singh wants to at least hold his party’s Quebec seats. NDP support has slumped since Jack Layton’s Orange Crush in 2011, when the party took 59 of the province’s 78 seats.

CBC’s poll tracker suggests the party has, on average, only 8.8 per cent of the vote in the province, while the Greens had 8.7 per cent as of Sunday evening. 

Tout le monde en parle, a highly popular weekly talk show, has become a key campaign stop for politicians seeking to sway the province’s francophones. 

The NDP platform for the province promises more powers on portfolios including the environment, language, immigration and justice. 

Singh says he wants his party to be “an ally to Quebec and the French language.”

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The Game of Thrones Cast Ruled Their Final Emmys – msnNOW

September 22nd, 2019

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of People | Slide 1 of 21: Now that's one talented cast! Alfie Allen, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, Lena Headey, Peter Dinklage, Gwendoline Christie, Maisie Williams, Carice van Houten, Emilia Clarke, Kit Harington and Sophie Turner were all nominated for Emmys! (Dinklage won for his supporting role.)

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Now that’s one talented cast! Alfie Allen, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, Lena Headey, Peter Dinklage, Gwendoline Christie, Maisie Williams, Carice van Houten, Emilia Clarke, Kit Harington and Sophie Turner were all nominated for Emmys! (Dinklage won for his supporting role.)

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Emmys: HBO Tops Netflix and Regains Lone Spot at the Top – Hollywood Reporter

September 22nd, 2019

Amazon finished third with 15 as the broadcast networks — save for a pair of ‘Saturday Night Live’ statuettes — were nearly shut out of the Primetime ceremony.

A year after HBO and Netflix tied with 23 wins — with the streamer making history as the first of its kind to at least co-lead the pack — the premium cable network reclaimed its spot alone at the top during Sunday’s 71st Primetime Emmys.

Factoring in the two nights of the Creative Arts ceremonies, HBO’s total haul came in at 34. That bested second-place Netflix, which finished with 27, and Amazon — easily Sunday’s biggest winner — with 15.

HBO entered the night with a leading 25 wins — besting Netflix by two — after both nights of the Creative Arts ceremonies. The cabler had a diverse showing of wins in multiple categories, including drama winner Game of Thrones (and drama writing for Succession), limited series Chernobyl and variety entry Last Week Tonight. It’s also worth noting that the premium cable network set a single-year record with 137 total nominations and trounced Netflix among total noms by 20.

Netflix collected wins Sunday for lead actor in a limited series (for When They See Us) and trophies for Ozark, including drama directing and supporting actress.

The night’s biggest winner was Amazon, which started its impressive showing with wins for the first four awards of the night before a shocking a comedy series nod for Fleabag. Creator and star Phoebe Waller-Bridge also took home Emmys for actress in a comedy and writing in a comedy.

On the programming side, HBO finished with a one-two punch for the drama Game of Thrones and the limited series Chernobyl. Amazon’s Marvelous Mrs. Maisel finished third, followed by National Geographic’s Free Solo and Amazon’s Fleabag rounded out the top five.

A complete list of wins by network and program follows.

Wins by Network

HBO 34
Netflix 27
Amazon 15
National Geographic 8
FX 5
Fox 4
Hulu 4
VH1 4
YouTube 4
Sundance TV 3
The CW 2
Apple Music 1
BBC America 1
Oculus Store 1
Twitch 1

Wins by Program
Game of Thrones 12
Chernobyl 10
The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel 8
Free Solo 7
Fleabag 6
Love, Death & Robots 5
Saturday Night Live 5
Fosse/Verdon 4
Last Week Tonight With John Oliver 4
Queer Eye 4
RuPaul’s Drag Race 4
Age of Sail 3
Barry 3
Russian Doll 3
State of the Union 3
The Handmaid’s Tale 3
Anthony Bourdain Parts Unknown 2
Black Mirror: Bandersnatch 2
Crazy Ex-Girlfriend 2
Our Planet 2
Ozark 2
Rent 2
Succession  2
United Shades of America With W. Kamau Bell 2
When They See Us 2


Modern Warfare crashes on Twitch streamer at the worst time – Dexerto

September 22nd, 2019