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India Misses Out On International Emmy; Here’s The Full Winners’ List!

By Binged Binged Bureau - November 23, 2021 @ 11:30 am

India Misses Out On International Emmy; Here's The Full Winners' List!

The International Emmy Awards were announced at a glittering in-person ceremony in New York, last evening (early morning India time). India had several hopeful contenders in the running to grab an Emmy. Sushmita Sen’s Aarya was nominated for the International Emmy Award for Best Drama, Nawazuddin Siddiqui, for Best Actor for Serious Men, and Vir Das for Best Comedy Program. Alas, Indian Originals/artists did not win in any of the three categories that they were nominated in.

However, the ones that did win the International Emmy Awards are well-deserved, no doubt. David Tennant has been winning rave reviews for his chilling turn as the serial killer Dennis Nielsen in Des. Likewise, Hayley Squires’ performance as British porn star Jolene Dollar in Adult Material is a masterclass in acting. Both stars unequivocally deserve their Best Performance wins.

Here are all the winners of the International Emmy Awards 2021 –

Best Performance By An Actor
David Tennant in Des, UK (ITV)

Best Performance By An Actress
Hayley Squires in Adult Material, UK

Best Drama Series
Tehran, Israel (Apple TV Plus)

Best Comedy Series
Call My Agent! – Season 4, France (Netflix)

Best Documentary
Hope Frozen: A Quest to Live Twice, Thailand (Netflix)

TV Movie/Mini-Series
Atlantic Crossing, Norway

Best Short-Form Series
INSiDE, New Zealand

Best Non-Scripted Entertainment
The Masked Singer, UK (ITV)

Non-English Language U.S. Primetime Program
21st Annual Latin Grammy Awards®

Telenovela
The Song of Glory, China

Arts Programming
Kubrick By Kubrick, France

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