HBO, Pop TV Win Top Awards At First-Ever Virtually Produced Emmys

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Posted: September 20 2020 @ 22:54 PM | From: www.adweek.com | Author: Kelsey Sutton

Key Insight: While Netflix dominated this year's Emmys nominations, HBO ended up with the most wins, receiving 30 Emmys to Netflix's 21. Despite the show's executive producers all but promising that things would go wrong during the night, the broadcast went remarkably smoothly. The 72nd Annual Primetime Emmy Awards promised to make a little bit...

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