Snoop Dogg joins the chorus of detractors slamming the Television Academy for the lack of racial diversity among the winners of EMMYs this week.

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Though currently steeped in controversy for boasting its most diverse pool of nominees over its 73-year history (yet not awarding any of them in major categories), the EMMYs does have something to celebrate as its 2021 incarnation has ended a streak of low ratings.

Hop inside to read more about the show’s history-making night.


The 2021 Primetime EMMY Awards provided many-a-notable moment Sunday night (September 19) courtesy of the host of television stars who took to the stage to be honored.

Now, after jaw-dropping fashion ensembles, shocking upsets, and heart-warming accepting speeches, you can look inside to see who walked away with the show’s biggest star – its coveted trophies!

A full winners list awaits below:


It would be most fitting the year the EMMYs boasted its most diverse group of nominees (nearly 50 BIPOC in the acting categories alone), two of television’s most prized figures – RuPaul and Debbie Allen – would make history for becoming the most awarded male and female acts of color in the ceremony’s 73-year history.

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It’s that time of year again.

The 2021 Primetime Emmy Awards air September 19 and will celebrate the titles and talents who’ve made the most marked impact.

As the top honor in television, all eyes are on which shows and stars have nabbed nominations in the show’s 73rd year.

Well, wonder no more. Because the full list of nominations has been unveiled and brings with it major looks for ‘Pose,’ ‘Lovecraft Country,’ ‘I May Destroy You,’ and more.

Ahead of its broadcast on Sept 19 on CBS and Paramount Plus at 5 p.m. PT/8 p.m. ET, find out who is up for what at the Cedric The Entertainer-hosted show below…