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With some of our favorite series getting special mention at the awards ceremony



What do awards shows look like in the time of coronavirus? The 72nd Primetime Emmy Awards held on Monday, September 21, can clue you in.


Third-time host Jimmy Kimmel kicked off the ceremony in a deserted Staples Center in Los Angeles this time, while this year’s nominees joined him virtually via video call. Here, on a night of many other firsts, Euphoria actress Zendaya made history as the youngest winner of the award for best lead actress in a drama series. This was a momentous evening for the black community, too, as black actors made history by bagging the most wins in a single year.


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Looking at the lineup of nominees, it was a big night for viewer favorites like The Crown and The Handmaid’s Tale. Ozark and The Good Place were both strong contenders in the running as well. But if we’re talking about the big five that had a really good year in television, we’ve got you covered. Here are the five biggest winners at the 2020 Emmys:


Schitt’s Creek

Wins: Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series, Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series, Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series, Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series, Outstanding Comedy Series



Bagging awards in most of the major categories, Schitt’s Creek emerged as the biggest winner at the Emmy Awards. While the CBC series isn’t available for streaming in the Philippines just yet, we know we have plenty of reasons to stay tuned. We’re already stoked to catch up on all six seasons.


Watchmen

Wins: Outstanding lead actress in a limited series or TV movie, Supporting Actor in a Limited Series or Movie, Outstanding limited Series



Watchmen is just one of the award-winning HBO series to dominate at this year’s awards show—and it’s a win you can celebrate by streaming. Find out how you can get HBO Go with Globe Postpaid here.


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Succession

Wins: Outstanding lead actor in a drama series, Outstanding drama series, Outstanding Guest Actress in a Drama Series



Here is yet another HBO Original to make waves at the Emmys. Want in on the Succession frenzy? Stream all three seasons on HBO with Globe Postpaid. Learn how to subscribe here.


RuPaul’s Drag Race

Wins: Outstanding Reality-Competition Program, Outstanding Host for a Reality or Reality-Competition Program



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Mama Ru and company are now mainstays at the Emmys, and we couldn’t be happier to see the reality show get recognition again. If you want to play catch-up before the next season airs, stream all 12 seasons on Netflix here. To find out how you can get Netflix with Globe at Home or Globe Postpaid, tap here.


Saturday Night Live

Wins: Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series, Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series



The sketch comedy and variety show’s still got it. The 45th season of SNL meant wins for guest star Eddie Murphy and comedy veteran Maya Rudolph on Emmys night.


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The great thing about these titles is that most of them are available for streaming in the Philippines. Do this and more with Globe, and keep the fun 24/7 with your favorite shows, music, games and exclusive Globe apps.



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