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Emmys 2021: Awards remain lily white despite the diversity of nominees (Photo Credit: Instagram)
At the 73rd Primetime Emmy Awards in 2021, no colored actor won an award, despite a diverse range of nominations.
Black artists performed strongly at the creative arts ceremony. But on Sunday night, the color’s nominees failed to win most of the categories, including all six acting fields.
During the three-hour 2021 Emmys Ceremony, spearheaded by a black host in Cedric the Entertainer, it took two hours for a colored person to be awarded: ‘RuPaul’s Drag Race’ for Outstanding Reality Competition.
RuPaul broke the record for most Emmy wins by a black woman at these 2021 Emmys.
Michaela Coel, who was nominated for four awards, was shortly thereafter honored for outstanding writing on a limited series for HBO Max’s “I May Destroy You” at the Emmys.
Coel became the first black woman to win at the 2021 Emmys for writing for a limited series, reports Deadline.com.
Hamilton won for the pre-recorded special while Debbie Allen received the Governors Award in 2021.
During her acceptance speech, she highlighted the racism and sexism she faced in the industry as she became an acclaimed producer, director, actress, dancer, and choreographer who helps make others stand out from her community.
Without neglecting the success of shows like Netflix’s “The Crown”, HBO Max’s “Hacks” and Apple TV + ‘s “Ted Lasso”, the victories raise the question, weren’t other nominees equally solemn?
After three seasons, the groundbreaking Pose series has completed and has garnered multiple nominations for executive producer and director Steven Canals, First Leading Actress for a Trans Woman for Mj Rodriguez, and Outstanding Actor in a Drama Series for Billy Porter.
No one was honored for their contributions.
Michael K. Williams, who died earlier this month, was nominated for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series for his work on HBO’s Lovecraft Country. After five nominations in his long career, he was posthumously not hailed for his outstanding performance.
After that, diversity became apparent in the nomination phase, with a record of 49 non-English nominees recognized in the acting and hosting categories.
At the 2021 Creative Emmys, Maya Rudolph became the first consecutive double Emmy winner in the same category in 20 years and the third black woman to win consecutive awards for her repeated trophies for “Saturday Night Live” and “Big Mouth”. .
“I’m really honored to be the third woman of color to be part of a legacy to achieve this,” said Rudolph.
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