This won't be Harry and Meghan's last shot at an Emmy win.
But they lost to the most worthy opponents: Stanley Tucci and an enormous amount of pasta.
Oprah Winfrey'sbombshell interview with Prince Harry and Meghan Marklewas one of the most anticipated and feverishly discussed TV events of the year. Filmed in California, the interview saw the couple open up about the painful circumstances behind their decision to leave the royal family, the parallels between their experience with the media and Princess Diana's, and their fraught dynamics with several key royals.
So it's no surprise that the CBS documentary in which the interview was released,Oprah with Meghan and Harry,in the Outstanding Hosted Nonfiction Series or Special category. That prize was handed out at last weekend's Creative Arts Emmys ceremony, and sadly, the documentary lost out. The winner was CNN's
Stanley Tucci: Searching for Italy, a delightful show in which the beloved actor travels across Italy to uncover the history of various regional cuisines. (Since Meghan and Harry areknown pasta fans, we suspect they're just fine with this outcome.) headtopics.com
In any case, this won't be Harry and Meghan's last shot at an Emmy win. The couple have, which will pay them to produce documentaries, docu-series, feature films, scripted shows, and children’s programs through their company Archewell Productions.
It was announced in April that their first project for Netflix will bea documentary series about the Invictus Games, which Harry launched in 2014. He will serve as executive producer and appear on camera in the series, which will follow competitors as they prepare for the 2022 Games in the Netherlands. Ted Sarandos, co-CEO and chief content officer of Netflix, said in a statement that Harry and Meghan "are building an ambitious slate that reflects the values and causes they hold dear."Read more: Yahoo Singapore »
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