The countdown has begun to the celebration of the 73rd edition of the Emmy Awards 2021 next September 19. The American Television Academy made the list of nominees official, including some of the top drama and comedy categories series with which we can start a marathon this weekend.
‘The Crown’, the historical drama written and directed by Peter Morgan that has brought us closer to the history of the English royal family features 24 nominations total; but they also stand out ‘Emily in Paris’ Y ‘Pose’ among the selected proposals of the giant of streaming. These are some of the Emmy nominated series 2021 Unmissable that you can see before the arrival of the awards.
The series that captivated everyone with the character of Beth Harmon (Anya Taylor-Joy) It has four Emmy nominations, one of them goes to the actress with Argentine roots in the category of Best Actress in a Miniseries. At this point, we all know the premise: A young prodigy of the Chess she develops a whole career in this intellectual sport, without knowing that her worst opponent is, probably, herself.
Season 4 of ‘The Crown’.
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The serie with the most nominations in the Emmy Awards 2021 It is the one that has brought us in the most intimate way to the life of the Queen isabel II and his family, from his 1947 wedding to Philippe of Edinburgh, to the marriage of the Princess Diana and the Prince carlos. We have accompanied the characters throughout four seasons (with a cast change in the middle) in endless adventures, misunderstandings, disappointments and joys. Still without a defined date, we are waiting for the fifth installment that will arrive sometime in 2022.
Emily in Paris
Lily Collins protagoniza Emily in Paris.
‘Emily in Paris’ It may have had totally different reviews after its first season, but that did not stop the series that premiered in October 2020 on the platform and was created and produced by Darren Star, has earned its place among the list of nominees. The plot follows Emily (Lily Collins), a twenty-something American who moves to the French capital to start a position in a marketing company. Cultural clashes are part of this comedy plot, with romantic and drama overtones. The second season is currently being recorded in Paris and the south of France.
The Kominsky method
Michael Douglas stars in ‘The Kominsky Method’.
A total of three seasons of between eight and six chapters make up the series starring Michael Douglas, in which he plays Sandy Kominsky, an actor who had old Hollywood glories and now works as a trainer of new performers. Released in 2018 on the platform, it also had the participation of Alan Arkin, Nancy Travis y Sarah Baker. The growing success since its premiere made the third installment placed in May of this year among the top 5 of the Most viewed series on the platform globally.
William Zabka y Ralph Macchio protagonizan ‘Cobra Kai’.
‘Cobra Kai’ It is the sequel that was released in 2018 that tastes like nostalgia for the eighties. It is in the series created by Jon Hurwitz, Hayden Schlossberg and Josh Heald, where we meet again with the two biggest rivals of this iconic franchise: Johnny Lawrence (William Zabka) y Daniel LaRusso (Ralph Macchio), in the adult versions of the characters they played more than thirty years ago. There are currently three seasons on the platform, waiting for a fourth installment that will arrive towards the last quarter of 2021.
‘Pose’ is nominated for ‘Best Drama Series’ at the Emmy Awards.
The series that concentrates the african american cultural scene Y latina LGBTQ+ in New York City in 1980 and 1990 it had already received critical acclaim with other award nominations, such as the Golden Globe for ‘Best Television Series’, and now, in the Emmy as the ‘Best Drama Series’. An ideal series to have an approach to the dancers and models that competed on the scene underground, as well as their struggles and the brotherhood that results from it.
Bridgerton is nominated for ‘Best Drama Series’.
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‘Bridgerton‘is the period drama series created by Chris Van Dusen and produced by Shonda Rhimes who has managed to keep us on the edge of the seat and also make us laugh between complicities to create a much more inclusive and feminist image than those that corresponded to the customs of the 19th century, where history is located. Pending season two and a new approach, she is also nominated for ‘Best Drama Series‘ with ‘Pose’ Y ‘The Crown’.