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75th Emmy Awards: 'The Bear,' 'Succession,' and Netflix triumph on the big night

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 Niecy Nash-Betts recognized for her role in "Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story. (AFP/GettyImages)

Initially delayed by Hollywood strikes, the 75th Primetime Emmy Awards unfolded with vibrant energy and excitement. 

Notably, “The Bear” and “Succession” emerged as the stars of the night, clinching six Emmy Awards each. According to E News, "The Bear" secured the accolade for Best Comedy, while "Succession" claimed the honor for Best Drama.

Netflix's "Beef" significantly impacted Monday night by earning recognition as the Best Limited Series. Additionally, Ali Wong and Steven Yeun were celebrated as the Best Actress and Best Actor in a Limited Series, respectively.

Distinguished performances were also acknowledged, with Niecy Nash-Betts recognized for her role in "Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story," Jennifer Coolidge for her contribution to "The White Lotus," and Quinta Brunson, who emotionally accepted an award for "Abbott Elementary."

In another highlight, Sir Elton John achieved a milestone by joining the elite EGOT club. The legendary musician's live stream of a farewell tour show won him an Emmy, adding to his previous Grammy, Oscar, and Tony awards.

Guest appearances were not overlooked, with Nick Offerman and Storm Reid earning trophies for their roles in "The Last of Us," while Judith Light was honored for her performance in "Poker Face" and Sam Richardson for his work on "Ted Lasso."

The Daily Show with Trevor Noah won an Emmy for Outstanding Talk Series.

On a different note, Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney's beloved "Welcome to Wrexham '' outshone the competition, defeating the Scandoval-fueled "Vanderpump Rules” to claim the Outstanding Unstructured Reality Program title. 

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