Michael Keaton and Julia Garner win their first Emmys
The coveted TV awards were presented in Los Angeles in the evening for the 74th time. These stars could look forward to an award.
At the Emmys ceremony, Hollywood star Michael Keaton won one of the first coveted TV awards in Los Angeles. The 71-year-old won the award for best actor in a miniseries for his role in the pharmaceutical drama "Dopesick".
Other awards presented at the start of the hour-long gala went to Murray Bartlett for his role as Hotel Manager in the satire "White Lotus," Best Supporting Actor in a Miniseries, and to Julia Garner in "Ozark" and Matthew Macfadyen as the son-in-law in the family drama "Succession" for best supporting role in a drama series.
This year's production "Succession," about the intrigues of a media dynasty, topped the field with 25 nominations. The Emmys are awarded in more than 110 categories by around 20,000 members of the Television Academy. At the gala in the Microsoft Theater, the focus is on the main categories, dozens of awards in sub-categories were already presented last weekend.