The Bear and Succession took home the most Primetime Emmy Awards in 2023.
The Jeremy Allen-starring show was recognized as the greatest comedy show at the 75th annual event, while the HBO series upheld its reputation as the finest drama series.
The drama Succession, which centers on a dysfunctional family vying for control of a worldwide media empire, took home the prize for its fourth and final season.
Additionally, Kieran Culkin and Sarah Snook, the film’s principal stars, took home the prizes for best actor and best actress in a drama, respectively.
All told, Succession took home six Emmys, including two for show creator Jesse Armstrong: best writing in a drama and best supporting actor in a drama for Matthew Macfadyen.
It was unsuccessful in winning the best supporting actress award, which went to Jennifer Coolidge for The White Lotus.
The Bear, on the other hand, won best comedy series for its first season. It tells the story of a big shot chef who is determined to salvage his little family restaurant after a catastrophe.
In the comedic acting division, Ebon Moss-Bachrach took home the best supporting actor trophy, Ayo Edebiri won best supporting actress, and Jeremy took home best actor.