After a revolution in the world of television brought about by Netflix through the streaming platform online in 2007, the company won a long-awaited honor at the 73rd Primetime Emmy Awards, held Sunday night in Los Angeles, United States.
The American company won the best award Drama series with the fourth season of The Crown, which won seven awards, having outclassed its main competitor, The Mandalorian, produced by Disney, inspired by the world of the Star Wars films.
Netflix’s The Queen’s Gambit also won an Emmy for Best Miniseries, for the first time since the company’s founding.
As for the comedies, the lion’s share went to Ted Lasso, which is a big milestone for the broadcast service in directed by
Apple TV +, launched just two years ago.
Apple pledged over $ 6 billion in 2019 in its efforts to improve its streaming base, a fund that has allowed it to attract more customers, away from iPhone smartphones.
With the end of the Emmy Awards, the competition between American tech companies has become fiercer to dominate the throne of streaming services, especially after the huge success of Disney +, HBO Max, and other television broadcasting services.
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