Netflix vs. Disney: The Crown and The Mandalorian lead Emmy nominations

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This noon all the nominations for the Emmy Awards 2021, in which The Crown, original production of Netflix Y The Mandalorian, from Disney+ turned out to be the most prominent. Those in charge of announcing the categories were Jasmine Cephas Jones, actress of Blindspotting, and his father the two-time Emmy winner Ron Cephas Jones for his interpretation in This Is Us.

The event that took place with the actress remotely from New York and the actor in Los Angeles, lasted at least 15 minutes and the nominees for each of the most outstanding series of 2020 were revealed. Last year was a very complex for both television and cinema. The coronavirus pandemic plunged the industry into a deep crisis, which still persists today.

For the most part, the nominated series had their premiere on streaming platforms and although there are great surprises, only The Crown Y The Mandalorian they managed to tie with their number of nominations.

The Crown and The Mandalorian, the most nominated for the Emmy Awards

The Crown is already one of the favorites of the Emmy Awards Y Golden Globes. The production of Netflix about the life of the Queen Elizabeth and the British royalty is one of the most viewed on the entire platform and also stands out for its script and the masterful performances of the actors. The series premiered in November of last year its fourth season and, of course, it did not stop enchanting fans.

In this installment, he presented the dramatic story of Lady Di (Emma Corrin) and his arrival in the life of Carlos (Josh O’Connor), who would become her husband and father to her two sons, William and Harry. Both performers received nominations for their spectacular work as Best Actress and Best Leading Actor in the series. In addition, The Crown is nominated, once again, as Best Dramatic Series.

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On the other hand, it is The Mandalorian. One of the first series that Disney premiered on its brand new streaming platform and that came to fully compete with Netflix. Directed by Jon favreau (Iron Man), the series is based on the Star Wars Universe, created by George Lucas, and is located after the fall of the Empire, before the appearance of the First Order. Follow the adventures of Mando, a shrewd and lonely bounty hunter and gunman.

Like The Crown got nomination as Best Dramatic Series. Also, Best Supporting Actor for Giancarlo Esposito, Best Guest Actor for Timothy Olyphant Y Carl Weathers. The two series add up to a total of no less than 24 nominations each one and the prizes will be disputed next September 19th, the day the ceremony will take place at the Nokia Theater in Los Angeles.

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