It is revealed at the annual award event that Jason Sudeikis is the winner for Best Television Actor – Musical/Comedy Series for his role as the titular character on ‘Ted Lasso’.
AceShowbiz -The 2022 Golden Globes Awards has announced the TV winners on Sunday night, January 10. The annual award-giving event, which featured no audience this year, saw Sarah Snook among the honorees in the TV department.
The star nabbed the Best Supporting Actress in a Series, Limited Series or Motion Picture Made for TV, thanks to her amazing portrayal of Shiobhan “Shiv” Roy on “Succession“. The Australian star edged out the likes of Jennifer Coolidge (“The White Lotus“), Kaitlyn Dever (“Dopesick“), Andie MacDowell (“Maid“) and Hannah Waddingham (“Ted Lasso“) for the award.
This marked Sarah’s first Golden Globe award. The Adelaide-born star joined fellow “Succession” cast member Jeremy Strong, who was named as the best actor in drama series earlier in the event.
The winner of Best Actress in a Television Motion Picture or TV Series was Kate Winslet for her stunning performance on “Mare of Easttown“. Meanwhile, this year’s Best Actor – Television Motion Picture at the 2022 Golden Globes Awards was Michael Keaton from “Dopesick”.
Later, it was revealed that Jason Sudeikis was the winner for Best Television Actor – Musical/Comedy Series for his role as the titular character on “Ted Lasso”. As for Best Television Actress – Musical/Comedy Series, the award went to “Hacks” star Jean Smart who won over co-star Hannah Einbinder among others.
That wasn’t the only trophy that “Hacks” took home that night. The HBO Max series was announced as the winner of Best Musical/Comedy Series, beating out “The Great“, “Only Murders in the Building“, “Reservation Dogs” and “Ted Lasso”.
Also among the winners at the 79th Golden Globe Awards was “Pose” actress Michaela Jae Rodriguez. The actress snagged Best Television Actress – Drama Series! Performing after besting out Uzo Aduba (“In Treatment)”, Jennifer Aniston (“The Morning Show“), Christine Baranski (“The Good Fight“) and Elizabeth Moss (“The Handmaid’s Tale“).
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