The Emmy Awards They will celebrate their 74th edition on September 23. Given this, fans are excited to discover which television productions will be awarded. Although there are a few months left for this to happen, the organization has already released the list of nominees.
Much to the delight of MCU fans, Marvel Studios a noticeable space has been made in the ceremony. With a total of 19 nominations in different categories, the study shows that her debut on the small screen has been more than successful.
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According to a recent report from Deadline, “Moon knight” led the nominations with 8 of these, followed by “Loki” with 6, “Hawkeye” with 2 and “What If…?” With 3.
Of all those mentioned, one has caught the attention of fans and the industry. This is the posthumous nomination of Chadwick Boseman in the category of outstanding interpretation of the voice in off of a character. Certainly, his work in the animated series did not leave anyone indifferent.
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Next, we share with you who will be competing:
- F. Murray Abraham for “Moon Knight”
- Julie Andrews for “Bridgerton”
- Maya Rudolph for “Big Mouth”
- Stanley Tucci for “Central Park”
- Jessica Walter for “Archer”
A well received acknowledgment
“What an incredible honor! Thanks to Chad’s posthumous Emmy nomination for Outstanding Character Voiceover for his portrayal of T’Challa on the animated series “What if…?” from Disney Plus and Marvel Studios ”, commented the production through Twitter.
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