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Here are all the winners from the Emmys 2022 – rolling list
Primetime Emmy Awards take place this evening (September 12), with a number of big shows vying for the most-coveted awards in TV.Returning to the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles, California, the show kicks off from 8pm ET (1am BST), with the ceremony itself hosted by Kenan Thompson.Succession leads the nominees going into the night with 12 nods, followed by The White Lotus with 11 and Ted Lasso with 10. Other big shows competing for awards include Dopesick, Squid Game, Severance, Barry, Ozark and Only Murders In The Building.Here, we bring you all the winners of the night as they happen – so for those in the UK, check back here from 1am and keep an eye on the rolling list below for updates:Outstanding Drama SeriesBetter Call SaulEuphoriaOzarkSeveranceSquid GameStranger ThingsSuccessionYellowjackets Lead Actor in a Drama SeriesJason Bateman (Ozark)Brian Cox (Succession)Lee Jung-jae (Squid Game)Bob Odenkirk (Better Call Saul)Adam Scott (Severance)Jeremy Strong (Succession)Lead Actress in a Drama SeriesJodie Comer (Killing Eve)Laura Linney (Ozark)Melanie Lynskey (Yellowjackets)Sandra Oh (Killing Eve)Reese Witherspoon (The Morning Show)Zendaya (Euphoria)Supporting Actor in a Drama SeriesNicholas Braun (Succession)Billy Crudup (The Morning Show)Kieran Culkin (Succession)Park Hae-soo (Squid Game)Matthew Macfadyen (Succession)John Turturro (Severance)Christopher Walken (Severance)Oh Yeong-su (Squid Game)Supporting Actress in a Drama SeriesPatricia Arquette (Severance)Julia Garner (Ozark)Jung Ho-yeon (Squid Game) Christina Ricci (Yellowjackets)Rhea Seehorn (Better Call Saul)J.
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‘Succession’ star Nicholas Braun writing series about a struggling 2000s indie band
Succession star Nicholas Braun is working on a series centred on an indie band in the 2000s.The actor, who is best known for playing Cousin Greg in the hit HBO show, is co-writing One For The Road with Chris Buongiorno (Spider-Man: No Way Home) for the same network.The half-hour show will be an intimate and candid story focused on a talented but chaotic band in the changing landscape of indie rock in the early noughties as they struggle to survive.The show is currently in the development stage, according to Variety, with Braun and Buongiorno also acting as executive producers.One For The Road isn’t the only writing work Braun has been involved with lately, the star revealing last year that he was developing the script for a “social horror movie” about reality shows.“I find reality shows to be kind of horrific,” he told GQ, explaining that he had been watching reality shows while in lockdown.During lockdown, the actor was also signed to Atlantic Records on the back of creating song ‘Antibodies (Do You Have The)‘, which was played more than a million times across Spotify and YouTube.Meanwhile, Succession writer Georgia Pritchett revealed last month that Braun’s character Greg was nearly written as gay on the HBO series.“It’s interesting how characters take on a life of their own,” she said on the Homo Sapiens podcast.“I had sort of advocated for Greg to be gay – until last season he hadn’t really done anything with anyone.” Pritchett went on to state her belief that the Roy children also move “in a circle where I think anything goes”.“I don’t think anyone’s closeted or not gonna do what they want to do,” the writer added, suggesting Kieran Culkin’s character Roman “feels a bit fluid and pan”.“I don’t think he’d hold back
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