Combo photo shows a scene from "The crown" and "The Mandalorian."
Gulf Today Report
The nominations for Emmy’s have been announced and two Netflix series, that are loved by millions, race to the top.
A drama based around the life story of the British Royal, which also features Princess Diana, "The Crown," is one among them.
The series is much loved for its unedited details and the subtle peep into the personal lives of the British Royals, which always is an area of interest among people.
The Awards ceremony will be telecasted Live for the audience on September 19th.
The Emmys on Sunday basically turned into the world's most glamorous Zoom call, with Hollywood A-listers beaming into an empty Staples Center in Los Angeles from their apartments, guest houses and various other locations in 10 countries.
The Sept.19 ceremony in Los Angeles was initially due to take place indoors before a limited celebrity audience. The statement said the changes followed discussions with Los Angeles County health and safety experts.
Zendaya on Sunday won the Emmy for lead actress for her role in bleak teen drama "Euphoria," which follows a group of high school students as they navigate drugs, love, identity and trauma.
Anne Heche, who's been hospitalised at the Grossman Burn Center at West Hills hospital north of Los Angeles, suffered a "severe anoxic brain injury,” the statement said. Such an injury is caused by a sustained lack of oxygen to the brain.
The fiery crash left Heche, 53, comatose with a "severe anoxic brain injury," according to a statement from a representative quoted by several outlets on Thursday.
The 'Kung Fu Panda' star went on to explain that it was all "magic" done in post-production and claimed that editors don't get the credit they deserve.