Sep. 23, 2019
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Check out award-night fashions from the stars of “Pose,” “Barry” and more.
Billy Porter (“Pose”), Jharrel Jerome (“When They See Us”) and RuPaul (“Drag Race”) all had big Emmy wins, making it a historic night for black men.
The first 45 minutes of the Primetime Emmy Awards were solid, then the show got tedious. (Yes, the voice-over.) In the end, surprise winners and stirring speeches saved the night.
Random dance numbers, so many British winners, and who was that green fuzzy guy with the accountants?
“Fleabag.” “Succession.” “Ozark.” “Pose.” In 2019, the Emmys finally learned how to harness the power of “peak TV.”
And no, multiple Emmy winner Phoebe Waller-Bridge did not sleep with a hot priest as inspiration for the series’ acclaimed second season.
It was a strong night for HBO, bringing in numerous awards for its long-running hit ‘Game of Thrones’ and limited series ‘Chernobyl.’
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