The Emmys on TheArchive

The 74th Emmy Awards are finally here and Kenan Thompson is hosting live from the Microsoft Theater. A number of notable Emmy contests will be sure to delight and surprise while no one will be all that surprised, perhaps delighted, if HBO's Succession and Netfix's Squid Game take home the most awards,

While the current Emmy race is always exciting, each year at TheArchive we like to go back in time and feature a few of our favorite Emmy nominees and winners from our own library.

As Marilyn Monroe is on everyone's mind with the forthcoming Ana De Armas Netflix movie, our Marilyn and Me from 1991 was a Primetime Emmy nominee for, no surprise, Outstanding Individual Achievement in Hairstyling for a Miniseries or a Special.

Paul Wendkos' Cross of Fire was 1990's Primetime Emmy winner for Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Drama Miniseries or a Special.

But our most nominated series of all time is Peter Gunn with a total of eight nominations including Best Drama, Blake Edwards for Best Director, Henry Mancini for Best Musical Contribution, and Peter Gunn himself, Craig Stevens for Best Actor in a Drama.

Stream all our Emmy nominees and winners for free on TheArchive now....



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