‘Euphoria’: Colman Domingo wins Emmy for Outstanding Guest Actor in a Drama Series
‘Euphoria’ is one of the biggest phenomena in contemporary television and, after an explosive second season, is reaping the rewards of his awards season success.
During the first days of Emmy Awards 2022which awards some categories, the star Colman Domingo was awarded the statuette for Outstanding Guest Actor in a Drama Series for his incredible work as Ali, the mentor of Narcotics Anonymous who is responsible for looking after Rue (Zendaya).
It is worth remembering that Zendaya competes in the category of Best Actress in a Drama Series, earning her second nomination at the awards. In 2020, the actress had already made history by taking home the statuette in the same category, becoming the second black woman to achieve such a feat and the youngest artist.
Sydney Sweeney was also remembered for her performance as Cassie Howard, but in the category of Best Supporting Actress in a Drama Series, in addition to competing for the award for Best Supporting Actress in a Miniseries or Anthology for her performance in the acclaimed ‘The White Lotus’. ‘Euphoria’ is nominated for Best Drama Series.
The rest of the winners will be announced on the day September 12th.
Remembering that the two seasons of the series are already available on HBO Max.
Created by Sam Levinsonthe series is based on the eponymous Israeli production released in 2012.
The plot is wrapped in drugs, sex, search for identity, trauma, social networks, love and relationships. All these themes will be reported through the optics of Rue (Zendaya), a 17-year-old girl addicted to drugs and a liar.
The cast also has Maude Apatow, Jacob Elordi, Algee Smith, Alexa Demie, Barbie Ferreira, Hunter Schafer and Storm Reid.
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