'Ted Lasso' wins Emmy award for best comedy series
LOS ANGELES : 'Ted Lasso,' the Apple TV+ show about an upbeat American coach trying to rally a struggling British soccer team, won the Emmy award on Sunday for best comedy series. (Reporting by Lisa Richwine)
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Royals, underdogs, friends and Baby Yoda - it's time for the EmmysLOS ANGELES : Lavish royal series 'The Crown' is expected to reign at television's second pandemic era Emmy Awards on Sunday on what could be a big night for British talent.Comedy 'Ted Lasso,' about a lovable American coach played by Jason Sudeikis navigating the idiosyncrasies of English soccer and socie
Black wings and a lot of colour: Who wore what at the Emmy Awards 2021The pandemic put a damper on the Emmys last year, but fashion was back with a far smaller in-person crowd. Billy Porter's outfit really looks bad. The 'wings' really made him look silly.
Football: Ancelotti salutes Real Madrid fighting spirit after comeback winVALENCIA : Real Madrid coach Carlo Ancelotti praised his side for refusing to give in even when they were playing poorly, with his side snatching a 2-1 LaLiga win at Valencia after scoring two late goals on Sunday.Valencia took the lead in the second half with a strike from Hugo Duro but Vinicius Jr level
SPD's Scholz wins third TV debate as German election draws closeFRANKFURT/BERLIN: Social Democrat Olaf Scholz brushed off a last-gasp attack from his conservative rival in a televised election debate on Sunday, cementing his position as front runner to succeed Chancellor Angela Merkel after Germans go to the polls in a week. The debate, the last of three ahead of Germa
Football: Real Madrid stage late comeback to win at ValenciaVALENCIA: Real Madrid forwards Vinicius Jr and Karim Benzema scored within the space of three minutes deep in the second half to propel their side to a 2-1 win at Valencia in LaLiga on Sunday after being outplayed for most of the game. The hosts went ahead in the 66th minute with a thumping low strike from