Inheritance won an Emmy on Sunday night for a great drama series, giving show creator Jesse Armstrong a chance to thank several politicians he chose, the coronavirus pandemic and nationalist governments.
The popular HBO drama has garnered four awards at the 72nd Annual Primetime Emmys Award, including an outstanding lead actor in a drama series for Jeremy Strong, an excellent drama series for Armstrong, and an extraordinary directing for a drama series for Andrius Parekh.
After receiving an award for an excellent drama series, Armstrong offered unconventional unique thanks in a television speech.
“I’ve been deprived of the opportunity to spend time with peers, participants and the crew, I think I might want to do a couple of ungrateful ones,” he said. “We do not thank the virus for excluding us all this year. No thanks to President Trump for his thorough and uncoordinated response. I do not thank Boris Johnson and his government for doing the same in my country. No thanks to all the nationalists and some almost nationalist governments in the world who are doing the complete opposite of what we need now. And I don’t thank the media tycoons who are working hard to keep them in power. “
At the heart of the media dynasty of the stormy fictional Roy family, “Inheritance” was nominated for a whopping 18 statues with seven nominations in key categories, including individual wishes from Strong and Briano Coxo for Best Actress in the Drama Series, Sarah Snook. for an exclusive supporting actor in a drama series and Matthew Macfadyen, Kieran Culkin and Nichola Brown for an outstanding supporting actor in a drama series.
Last year, the show received a nomination for exclusive drama series, which she lost, and one to Armstrong for the excellent writing of the drama series he won.
The final show of the second season appeared in 2019. October month. It is unclear when the third season will appear as production has been disrupted due to the pandemic.
Inheritance will resume production “when it is safe and healthy to do so for everyone who works on our shows.” In the HBO report to The Wrap earlier this year.
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