Emmys Recap: 'Watchmen', 'Schitt's Creek', And 'Succession' Win : Pop Culture Happy Hour It was not your usual Emmy Awards ceremony. Because of the pandemic, there was no crowd, and host Jimmy Kimmel worked mostly alone. People accepted their awards from home. But surprisingly enough, it turned out pretty well. Schitt's Creek, Watchmen, and Succession all had big nights. And it was kind of fun to watch people dressed up in their own living rooms.
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Our 2020 Emmys Recap

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Daniel Levy, pictured here, picked up four Emmys for his work on the series Schitt's Creek. ABC hide caption

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Daniel Levy, pictured here, picked up four Emmys for his work on the series Schitt's Creek.

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It was not your usual Emmy Awards ceremony. Because of the pandemic, there was no crowd, and host Jimmy Kimmel worked mostly alone. People accepted their awards from home. But surprisingly enough, it turned out pretty well. Schitt's Creek, Watchmen, and Succession all had big nights. And it was kind of fun to watch people dressed up in their own living rooms.

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