Kate Wislet won her second acting Emmy for ‘Mare of Easttown’ at the most anticipated television awards show, having won her first in 2011 for her work on ‘Mildred Pierce’. “Mother! They are standing “exclaimed Winslet, as she received a standing ovation from the crowd as she accepted the award from Sarah Paulson and Beanie Feldstein.”I just want to thank my fellow nominees“She added after noting the importance of women supporting other women.
And it is that the British actress faced a real battalion of competitors of a very high level. It was imposed on Michaela Coel for ‘I could destroy you’, Cynthia Erivo by ‘Genius: Aretha‘, Elizabeth Olsen by ‘Scarlet Witch and Vision’ and Anya Taylor-Joy for ‘Lady’s Gambit’. Did he deserve it more than the rest? It was a complicated year, very close, but it seems that experience weighed more in the decision And, while all the candidates had options, the actress’s work has a background of years of profession very difficult to match.