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The Complete List Of 75th Emmy Awards Winners

The 75th Emmy Awards ceremony was finally held tonight, Monday, January 15, 2024, after it was postponed last year due to the Hollywood labor disputes, including the writers and actors strike, which lasted more than six months, until September 27. The nominees who have worked in TV shows that were released between June 1, 2022 and May 31, 2023, attended the Peacock Theater in Downtown Los Angeles.

The acclaimed HBO series Succession (which won four Golden Globes) was the most nominated show with 14 nods — 27 in total, counting their nominations for the Creative Arts Emmy Awards, which are handed out days before the main event. The White Lotus was the second most nominated show, followed by Beef, produced by Netflix. Here’s the complete list of winners.

Outstanding Drama Series

  • Winner: Succession (HBO)
  • Andor (Disney+)
  • Better Call Saul (AMC)
  • The Crown (Netflix)
  • House of the Dragon (HBO)
  • The Last of Us (HBO)
  • The White Lotus (HBO)
  • Yellowjackets (Showtime)

Outstanding Comedy Series

  • Winner: The Bear (FX)
  • Abbott Elementary (ABC)
  • Barry (HBO)
  • Jury Duty (Amazon Freevee)
  • The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel (Prime Video)
  • Only Murders in the Building (Hulu)
  • Ted Lasso (Apple TV+)
  • Wednesday (Netflix)

Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series

  • Winner: Kieran Culkin – Succession as Roman Roy (HBO)
  • Jeff Bridges – The Old Man as Dan Chase (FX)
  • Brian Cox – Succession as Logan Roy (HBO)
  • Bob Odenkirk – Better Call Saul as Jimmy McGill / Saul Goodman / Gene Takavic (AMC)
  • Pedro Pascal – The Last of Us as Joel (HBO)
  • Jeremy Strong – Succession as Kendall Roy (HBO)

Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series

  • Winner: Sarah Snook – Succession as Shiv Roy (HBO)
  • Sharon Horgan – Bad Sisters as Eva Garvey (Apple TV+)
  • Melanie Lynskey – Yellowjackets as Shauna (Showtime)
  • Elisabeth Moss – The Handmaid’s Tale as June / Offred (Hulu)
  • Bella Ramsey – The Last of Us as Ellie (HBO)
  • Keri Russell – The Diplomat as Kate Wyler (Netflix)

Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series

  • Winner: Jeremy Allen White – The Bear as Carmen “Carmy” Berzatto (FX)
  • Bill Hader – Barry as Barry Berkman / Barry Block (HBO)
  • Jason Segel – Shrinking as Jimmy Laird (Apple TV+)
  • Martin Short – Only Murders in the Building as Oliver Putnam (Hulu)
  • Jason Sudeikis – Ted Lasso as Ted Lasso (Apple TV+)

Outstanding Actress in a Comedy Series

  • Winner: Quinta Brunson (Abbott Elementary)
  • Christina Applegate (Dead to Me)
  • Rachel Brosnahan (The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel)
  • Natasha Lyonne (Poker Face)
  • Jenna Ortega (Wednesday)

Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series

  • Winner: Matthew Macfadyen – Succession as Tom Wambsgans (HBO)
  • F. Murray Abraham – The White Lotus as Bert Di Grasso (HBO)
  • Nicholas Braun – Succession as Greg Hirsch (HBO)
  • Michael Imperioli – The White Lotus as Dominic Di Grasso (HBO)
  • Theo James – The White Lotus as Cameron Sullivan (HBO)
  • Alan Ruck – Succession as Connor Roy (HBO)
  • Will Sharpe – The White Lotus as Ethan Spiller (HBO)
  • Alexander Skarsgård – Succession as Lukas Matsson (HBO)

Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series

  • Winner: Jennifer Coolidge – The White Lotus as Tanya McQuoid-Hunt (HBO)
  • Elizabeth Debicki – The Crown as Diana, Princess of Wales (Netflix)
  • Meghann Fahy – The White Lotus as Daphne Sullivan (HBO)
  • Sabrina Impacciatore – The White Lotus as Valentina (HBO)
  • Aubrey Plaza – The White Lotus as Harper Spiller (HBO)
  • Rhea Seehorn – Better Call Saul as Kim Wexler (AMC)
  • J. Smith-Cameron – Succession as Gerri Kellman (HBO)
  • Simona Tabasco – The White Lotus as Lucia Greco (HBO)

Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series

  • Winner: Ebon Moss-Bachrach – The Bear as Richard “Richie” Jerimovich (FX)
  • Anthony Carrigan – Barry as NoHo Hank (HBO)
  • Phil Dunster – Ted Lasso as Jamie Tartt (Apple TV+)
  • Brett Goldstein – Ted Lasso as Roy Kent (Apple TV+)
  • James Marsden – Jury Duty as himself (Amazon Freevee)
  • Tyler James Williams – Abbott Elementary as Gregory Eddie (ABC)
  • Henry Winkler – Barry as Gene Cousineau (HBO)

Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series

  • Winner: Ayo Edebiri – The Bear as Sydney Adamu (FX)
  • Alex Borstein – The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel as Susie Myerson (Prime Video)
  • Janelle James – Abbott Elementary as Ava Coleman (ABC)
  • Sheryl Lee Ralph – Abbott Elementary as Barbara Howard (ABC)
  • Juno Temple – Ted Lasso as Keeley Jones (Apple TV+)
  • Hannah Waddingham – Ted Lasso as Rebecca Welton (Apple TV+)
  • Jessica Williams – Shrinking as Gaby (Apple TV+)

Outstanding Scripted Variety Series

  • Winner: Last Week Tonight with John Oliver (HBO)
  • A Black Lady Sketch Show (HBO)
  • Saturday Night Live (NBC)

Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Limited or Anthology Series or Movie

  • Winner: Niecy Nash-Betts – Dahmer – Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story as Glenda Cleveland (Netflix)
  • Annaleigh Ashford – Welcome to Chippendales as Irene (Hulu)
  • Maria Bello – Beef as Jordan (Netflix)
  • Claire Danes – Fleishman Is in Trouble as Rachel (FX)
  • Juliette Lewis – Welcome to Chippendales as Denise (Hulu)
  • Camila Morrone – Daisy Jones & the Six as Camila Alvarez (Prime Video)
  • Merritt Wever – Tiny Beautiful Things as Frankie Pierce (Hulu)

Outstanding Directing for a Comedy Series

  • Winner: The Bear: “Review” – Christopher Storer (FX)
  • Barry: “wow” – Bill Hader (HBO)
  • The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel: “Four Minutes” – Amy Sherman-Palladino (Prime Video)
  • The Ms. Pat Show: “Don’t Touch My Hair” – Mary Lou Belli (BET+)
  • Ted Lasso: “So Long, Farewell” – Declan Lowney (Apple TV+)
  • Wednesday: “Wednesday’s Child Is Full of Woe” – Tim Burton (Netflix)

Outstanding Reality Competition Program

  • Winner: RuPaul’s Drag Race (MTV)
  • The Amazing Race (CBS)
  • Survivor (CBS)
  • Top Chef (Bravo)
  • The Voice (NBC)

Outstanding Writing for a Variety Series

  • Winner: Last Week Tonight with John Oliver (HBO)
  • The Daily Show with Trevor Noah (Comedy Central)
  • Late Night with Seth Meyers (NBC)
  • The Late Show with Stephen Colbert (CBS)
  • Saturday Night Live (NBC)

Outstanding Talk Series

  • Winner: The Daily Show with Trevor Noah (Comedy Central)
  • Jimmy Kimmel Live! (ABC)
  • Late Night with Seth Meyers (NBC)
  • The Late Show with Stephen Colbert (CBS)
  • The Problem with Jon Stewart (Apple TV+)

Outstanding Directing for a Limited or Anthology Series or Movie

  • Winner: Beef: “Figures of Light” – Lee Sung Jin (Netflix)
  • Beef: “The Great Fabricator” – Jake Schreier (Netflix)
  • Dahmer – Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story: “Bad Meat” – Carl Franklin (Netflix)
  • Dahmer – Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story: “Silenced” – Paris Barclay (Netflix)
  • Fleishman Is in Trouble: “Me-Time” – Jonathan Dayton and Valerie Faris (FX)
  • Prey – Dan Trachtenberg (Hulu)

Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Limited or Anthology Series or Movie

  • Winner: Paul Walter Hauser – Black Bird as Larry Hall (Apple TV+)
  • Murray Bartlett – Welcome to Chippendales as Nick De Noia (Hulu)
  • Richard Jenkins – Dahmer – Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story as Lionel Dahmer (Netflix)
  • Joseph Lee – Beef as George Nakai (Netflix)
  • Ray Liotta – Black Bird as James “Big Jim” Keene (Apple TV+)
  • Young Mazino – Beef as Paul Cho (Netflix)
  • Jesse Plemons – Love & Death as Allan Gore (Max)

Outstanding Writing for a Drama Series

  • Winner: Succession: “Connor’s Wedding” – Jesse Armstrong (HBO)
  • Andor: “One Way Out” – Beau Willimon (Disney+)
  • Bad Sisters: “The Prick” – Sharon Horgan, Dave Finkel, and Brett Baer (Apple TV+)
  • Better Call Saul: “Point and Shoot” – Gordon Smith (AMC)
  • Better Call Saul: “Saul Gone” – Peter Gould (AMC)
  • The Last of Us: “Long, Long Time” – Craig Mazin (HBO)
  • The White Lotus: “Arrivederci” – Mike White (HBO)

Outstanding Writing for a Limited or Anthology Series or Movie

  • Winner: Beef: “The Birds Don’t Sing, They Screech in Pain” – Lee Sung Jin (Netflix)
  • Fire Island – Joel Kim Booster (Hulu)
  • Fleishman Is in Trouble: “Me-Time” – Taffy Brodesser-Akner (FX)
  • Prey – Patrick Aison and Dan Trachtenberg (Hulu)
  • Swarm: “Stung” – Janine Nabers and Donald Glover (Prime Video)
  • Weird: The Al Yankovic Story – Al Yankovic and Eric Appel (The Roku Channel)

Outstanding Directing for a Drama Series

  • Winner: Succession: “Connor’s Wedding” – Mark Mylod (HBO)
  • Andor: “Rix Road” – Benjamin Caron (Disney+)
  • Bad Sisters: “The Prick” – Dearbhla Walsh (Apple TV+)
  • The Last of Us: “Long, Long Time” – Peter Hoar (HBO)
  • Succession: “America Decides” – Andrij Parekh (HBO)
  • Succession: “Living+” – Lorene Scafaria (HBO)
  • The White Lotus: “Arrivederci” – Mike White (HBO)

Outstanding Variety Special (Live)

  • Winner: Elton John Live: Farewell from Dodger Stadium (Disney+)
  • The Apple Music Super Bowl LVII Halftime Show Starring Rihanna (Fox)
  • Chris Rock: Selective Outrage (Netflix)
  • The Oscars (ABC)
  • 75th Annual Tony Awards (CBS)

Outstanding Lead Actor in a Limited or Anthology Series or Movie

  • Winner: Steven Yeun – Beef as Danny Cho (Netflix)
  • Taron Egerton – Black Bird as Jimmy Keene (Apple TV+)
  • Kumail Nanjiani – Welcome to Chippendales as Somen Banerjee (Hulu)
  • Evan Peters – Dahmer – Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story as Jeffrey Dahmer (Netflix)
  • Daniel Radcliffe – Weird: The Al Yankovic Story as “Weird Al” Yankovic (The Roku Channel)
  • Michael Shannon – George & Tammy as George Jones (Showtime)

Outstanding Lead Actress in a Limited or Anthology Series or Movie

  • Winner: Ali Wong – Beef as Amy Lau (Netflix)
  • Lizzy Caplan – Fleishman Is in Trouble as Libby (FX)
  • Jessica Chastain – George & Tammy as Tammy Wynette (Showtime)
  • Dominique Fishback – Swarm as Dre (Prime Video)
  • Kathryn Hahn – Tiny Beautiful Things as Clare Pierce (Hulu)
  • Riley Keough – Daisy Jones & the Six as Daisy Jones (Prime Video)

Outstanding Limited or Anthology Series

  • Winner: Beef (Netflix)
  • Dahmer – Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story (Netflix)
  • Daisy Jones & the Six (Prime Video)
  • Fleishman Is in Trouble (FX)
  • Obi-Wan Kenobi (Disney+)

Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series

  • Winner: The Bear: “System” – Christopher Storer (FX)
  • Barry: “wow” – Bill Hader (HBO)
  • Jury Duty: “Ineffective Assistance” – Mekki Leeper (Amazon Freevee)
  • Only Murders in the Building: “I Know Who Did It” – John Hoffman, Matteo Borghese, and Rob Turbovsky (Hulu)
  • The Other Two: “Cary & Brooke Go to an AIDS Play” – Chris Kelly and Sarah Schneider (Max)
  • Ted Lasso: “So Long, Farewell” – Brendan Hunt, Joe Kelly, and Jason Sudeikis (Apple TV+)

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Assessing Property Size: What Square Footage Can You Get With The Average UK House Price In Your Area?

Assessing Property Size In The UK

In the United Kingdom, there is a prevailing tendency to gauge the size of residences based on the number of bedrooms rather than square footage. In fact, research indicates that three out of five individuals are unaware of the square footage of their property.

However, a comprehensive analysis conducted by Savills reveals significant variations in property sizes throughout the country. For instance, with the average property price standing at £340,837, this amount would typically afford a studio flat spanning 551 square feet in London, according to the prominent estate agency.

Conversely, in the North East region, the same sum would secure a spacious five-bedroom house measuring 1,955 square feet, nearly four times the size of a comparable property in London.

Best value: Heading to the North East of England is where buyers will get the most from their money

In Scotland, the median house price equates to a sizable investment capable of procuring a generous four-bedroom residence spanning 1,743 square feet. Conversely, in Wales, Yorkshire & The Humber, and the North West, this sum affords a slightly smaller four-bedroom dwelling of approximately 1,500 square feet, while in the East and West Midlands, it accommodates a 1,300 square foot home. In stark contrast, within the South West, £340,837 secures a modest 1,000 square foot property, and in the East, an even more confined 928 square feet.

London presents the most challenging market, where this budget offers the least purchasing power. Following closely, the South East allows for 825 square feet of space or a medium-sized two-bedroom dwelling. Lucian Cook, head of residential research at Savills, emphasizes the profound disparity in purchasing potential across Britain, ranging from compact studio flats in London to spacious four or five-bedroom residences in parts of North East England.

While square footage serves as a critical metric, with a significant portion of Britons unfamiliar with their property’s dimensions, the number of bedrooms remains a traditional indicator of size. Personal preferences, such as a preference for larger kitchens, may influence property selection. For those prioritizing ample space, Easington, County Durham, offers a substantial 2,858 square foot, five-bedroom home, while Rhondda, Wales, and Na h-Eileanan an Iar, Scotland, provide 2,625 and 2,551 square feet, respectively. Conversely, in St Albans, Hertfordshire, £340,837 secures a mere 547 square feet, equivalent to a one-bedroom flat.

The disparity continues in central London, where purchasing power diminishes considerably. In Kensington, the budget accommodates a mere 220 square feet, contrasting with the slightly more spacious 236 square feet in Westminster. Conversely, in Dagenham, the same investment translates to 770 square feet. Three properties currently listed on Rightmove exemplify the diversity within this price range across the UK market.

South of the river: This semi-detached house is located near to three different train stations

South of the river: This semi-detached house is located near to three different train stations

2. Lewisham: One-bed house, £345,000

This one-bedroom property in Lewisham, South London, is on the market for £345,000.

The semi-detached house is set over two floors, and has a private patio.

The property is located near to bus links and amenities, as well as Catford train station.

Edinburgh fringe: This three-bed property is located on the edge of the city, near to the town of Musselburgh

Edinburgh fringe: This three-bed property is located on the edge of the city, near to the town of Musselburgh

3. Edinburgh: Three-bed house, £350,000

This three-bedroom detached house in Edinburgh could be yours for £350,000.

The house, which has a two-car driveway, boasts a large kitchen diner, and is within easy reach of Newcriaghall train station.


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Top 10 Florida Cities Dominate The Business Startup Landscape In The U.S.

Top 10 Florida Cities And Business Startup Landscape In The U.S.

The Voice Of EU | Florida emerges as a hub for entrepreneurial endeavors, with its vibrant business landscape and conducive environment for startups. Renowned for its low corporate tax rates and a high concentration of investors, the Sunshine State beckons aspiring entrepreneurs seeking fertile grounds to launch and grow their businesses.

In a recent report by WalletHub, Florida cities dominate the list of the top 10 best destinations for business startups, showcasing their resilience and economic vitality amidst challenging times.

From Orlando’s thriving market to Miami’s dynamic ecosystem, each city offers unique advantages and opportunities for entrepreneurial success. Let’s delve into the chronologically listed cities that exemplify Florida’s prominence in the business startup arena.

1. Orlando Leads the Way: Orlando emerges as the most attractive market in the U.S. for business startups, with a remarkable surge in small business establishments. WalletHub’s latest report highlights Orlando’s robust ecosystem, fostering the survival and growth of startups, buoyed by a high concentration of investors per capita.

2. Tampa Takes Second Place: Securing the second spot among large cities for business startups, Tampa boasts a favorable business environment attributed to its low corporate tax rates. The city’s ample investor presence further fortifies startups, providing essential resources for navigating the initial years of business operations.

3. Charlotte’s Diverse Industries: Claiming the third position, Charlotte stands out for its diverse industrial landscape and exceptionally low corporate taxes, enticing companies to reinvest capital. This conducive environment propels entrepreneurial endeavors, contributing to sustained economic growth.

4. Jacksonville’s Rising Profile: Jacksonville emerges as a promising destination for startups, bolstered by its favorable business climate. The city’s strategic positioning fosters entrepreneurial ventures, attracting aspiring business owners seeking growth opportunities.

5. Miami’s Entrepreneurial Hub: Miami solidifies its position as a thriving entrepreneurial hub, attracting businesses with its dynamic ecosystem and strategic location. The city’s vibrant startup culture and supportive infrastructure make it an appealing destination for ventures of all sizes.

6. Atlanta’s Economic Momentum: Atlanta’s ascent in the business startup landscape underscores its economic momentum and favorable business conditions. The city’s strategic advantages and conducive policies provide a fertile ground for entrepreneurial ventures to flourish.

7. Fort Worth’s Business-Friendly Environment: Fort Worth emerges as a prime destination for startups, offering a business-friendly environment characterized by low corporate taxes. The city’s supportive ecosystem and strategic initiatives facilitate the growth and success of new ventures.

8. Austin’s Innovation Hub: Austin cements its status as an innovation hub, attracting startups with its vibrant entrepreneurial community and progressive policies. The city’s robust infrastructure and access to capital foster a conducive environment for business growth and innovation.

9. Durham’s Emerging Entrepreneurship Scene: Durham’s burgeoning entrepreneurship scene positions it as a promising destination for startups, fueled by its supportive ecosystem and strategic initiatives. The city’s collaborative culture and access to resources contribute to the success of new ventures.

10. St. Petersburg’s Thriving Business Community: St. Petersburg rounds off the top 10 with its thriving business community and supportive ecosystem for startups. The city’s strategic advantages and favorable business climate make it an attractive destination for entrepreneurial endeavors.

Despite unprecedented challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic, the Great Resignation, and high inflation, these top Florida cities remain resilient and well-equipped to overcome obstacles, offering promising opportunities for business owners and entrepreneurs alike.


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European Startup Ecosystems Awash With Gulf Investment – Here Are Some Of The Top Investors

European Startup Ecosystem Getting Flooded With Gulf Investments

The Voice Of EU | In recent years, European entrepreneurs seeking capital infusion have widened their horizons beyond the traditional American investors, increasingly turning their gaze towards the lucrative investment landscape of the Gulf region. With substantial capital reservoirs nestled within sovereign wealth funds and corporate venture capital entities, Gulf nations have emerged as compelling investors for European startups and scaleups.

According to comprehensive data from Dealroom, the influx of investment from Gulf countries into European startups soared to a staggering $3 billion in 2023, marking a remarkable 5x surge from the $627 million recorded in 2018.

This substantial injection of capital, accounting for approximately 5% of the total funding raised in the region, underscores the growing prominence of Gulf investors in European markets.

Particularly noteworthy is the significant support extended to growth-stage companies, with over two-thirds of Gulf investments in 2023 being directed towards funding rounds exceeding $100 million. This influx of capital provides a welcome boost to European companies grappling with the challenge of securing well-capitalized investors locally.

Delving deeper into the landscape, Sifted has identified the most active Gulf investors in European startups over the past two years.

Leading the pack is Aramco Ventures, headquartered in Dhahran, Saudi Arabia. Bolstered by a substantial commitment, Aramco Ventures boasts a $1.5 billion sustainability fund, alongside an additional $4 billion allocated to its venture capital arm, positioning it as a formidable player with a total investment capacity of $7 billion by 2027. With a notable presence in 17 funding rounds, Aramco Ventures has strategically invested in ventures such as Carbon Clean Solutions and ANYbotics, aligning with its focus on businesses that offer strategic value.

Following closely is Mubadala Capital, headquartered in Abu Dhabi, UAE, with an impressive tally of 13 investments in European startups over the past two years. Backed by the sovereign wealth fund Mubadala Investment Company, Mubadala Capital’s diverse investment portfolio spans private equity, venture capital, and alternative solutions. Notable investments include Klarna, TIER, and Juni, reflecting its global investment strategy across various sectors.

Ventura Capital, based in Dubai, UAE, secured its position as a key player with nine investments in European startups. With a presence in Dubai, London, and Tokyo, Ventura Capital boasts an international network of limited partners and a sector-agnostic investment approach, contributing to its noteworthy investments in companies such as Coursera and Spotify.

Qatar Investment Authority, headquartered in Doha, Qatar, has made significant inroads into the European startup ecosystem with six notable investments. As the sovereign wealth fund of Qatar, QIA’s diversified portfolio spans private and public equity, infrastructure, and real estate, with strategic investments in tech startups across healthcare, consumer, and industrial sectors.

MetaVision Dubai, a newcomer to the scene, has swiftly garnered attention with six investments in European startups. Focusing on seed to Series A startups in the metaverse and Web3 space, MetaVision raised an undisclosed fund in 2022, affirming its commitment to emerging technologies and innovative ventures.

Investcorp, headquartered in Manama, Bahrain, has solidified its presence with six investments in European startups. With a focus on mid-sized B2B businesses, Investcorp’s diverse investment strategies encompass private equity, real estate, infrastructure, and credit management, contributing to its notable investments in companies such as Terra Quantum and TruKKer.

Chimera Capital, based in Abu Dhabi, UAE, rounds off the list with four strategic investments in European startups. As part of a prominent business conglomerate, Chimera Capital leverages its global reach and sector-agnostic approach to drive investments in ventures such as CMR Surgical and Neat Burger.

In conclusion, the burgeoning influx of capital from Gulf investors into European startups underscores the region’s growing appeal as a vibrant hub for innovation and entrepreneurship. With key players such as Aramco Ventures, Mubadala Capital, and Ventura Capital leading the charge, European startups are poised to benefit from the strategic investments and partnerships forged with Gulf investors, propelling them towards sustained growth and success in the global market landscape.


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