The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel wins five Emmy Awards

The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel made a stock and won a total of five Emmy Awards this year. American scriptwriter Amy Sherman-Palladino (52) received two awards for the TV comedy. She was awarded for the best manus and best comedy director.

The series that deals with a 50-year-old housewife who decides to be a stand-up winner also won the award for best comedy.

The award for best drama series went to the HBO Series Game of Thrones, which had a total of 22 Emmy nominations. Peter Dinklage won the award for best male role in drama series. In addition, the series won seven prizes in Creative Arts Emmys ten days ago. 

The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel

The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel received a total of five awards. Actor Rachel Brosnahan won the best female starring role in the comedy, and Alex Borstein was famed for the best female role in the comedy.

Tony Shalhoub, who is also affiliated with the series, was nominated for Best Male Comedy in Comedy, but there was Henry Winkler in Barry who suffered from the award. From Barry, Bill Hader also won the best male lead role.

Matthew Rhys won the award for best male lead role in drama series for his role in The Americans, while best female drama actor became Claire Foy in The Crown.

Director Glenn Weiss, who won the Oscar Award, chose to celebrate kneeling in front of his girlfriend.

On the stage, he proposed to Jan Svendsen and got yes.

 Wondering why I will not call you my girlfriend? That’s because I want to call you my wife, Wess said.

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