‘The White Lotus’ wins 10 Emmys, including ‘Outstanding Limited Series’

HBO Max’s ‘The White Lotus’ dominated the 74th Primetime Emmy Awards with 10 wins, including ‘Outstanding Limited or Anthology Series or Movie’.

‘The White Lotus’ also dominated the ‘Outstanding Writing for a Limited Anthology Series or Movie’ and ‘Outstanding Directing for a Limited Anthology Series or Movie’ categories with Mike White winning both awards.

In addition, Jennifer Coolidge won the ‘Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Limited or Anthology Series or Movie’ Emmy alongside Murray Bartlett who snagged the ‘Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Limited or Anthology Series or Movie’ award.

This anthology show revolves around guests and employees of the fictional White Lotus resort, who deal with their respective dysfunctionalities during their holiday. The first season is set in Hawaii and the upcoming second season will be based in Sicily.

The series also stars Connie Britton, Alexandra Daddario, Fred Hechinger, Jake Lacy, and Natasha Rothwell, among others.

Here’s the show’s winning moment:


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