Did Emily “buy” a Golden Globe nomination in Paris? Netflix’s show producer fought back against the “unfair” remarks, saying that it was nominated for an award after a luxurious rally with judges
- The source said these claims were “unfair” and the Netflix show was “very successful”
- The show is the best series, star Lily Collins (Lily Collins) was nominated for Best Actress
- The voting agency behind the Golden Globes came under fire after nominating key darlings such as Netflix Play instead of HBO’s “I May Ruin You”
The manufacturer of Paris-based Emily fought back against the “unfair” claim, saying it was nominated for the Golden Globe Award after a luxurious rally with judges.
The comedy drama won the best drama award, and Lily Collins (Lily Collins) was nominated for best actress.
Allegedly, this week inviting 30 members of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA) (voted for the Golden Globe Award) to visit the show in Paris is a “moral conflict.”
Chic: According to reports, the creator/studio behind Emily In Paris gave a luxurious visit to more than 30 members of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, and the show filmed “City Of Lights” (City Of Lights)
According to the Los Angeles Times, they stayed in a five-star hotel on behalf of the original production company Paramount.
According to reports, during the trip, the group accepted two nights’ accommodation at the five-star Paris Peninsula Hotel at $1,400 per night, and held meetings and lunches in the historic private art museum, all by Paramount Networks. (Paramount Network) provided.
Although it is not the source of the New York Times, and it is not only HFPA members participating, the rules of the organization explicitly prohibit members from accepting gifts from producers or studios worth more than $125.
But a source close to the producer told insiders: “It is unfair to say that this meeting was the reason the nomination was passed.” They added that the Netflix show was “very successful.”
In the hot water: The voting agency behind the Golden Globes received a cold reception after nominating the easy Netflix series for the honor, while also suppressing important treasures such as HBO’s “I May Ruin You”
Black actress Michaela Coel’s widely acclaimed BBC TV series “My May Destroy You” (My May Destroy You) has caused controversy. HFPA admits that there are no black voters in its nomination group.
Critics and leisure culture connoisseurs alike were surprised to see the series created by Emily’s stars Lily Collins and Darren Star, and Michaela Cole (Michaela) Coel’s “I May Ruin You” and black ensemble actors (such as Da 5 Bloods, Marrene’s “Black Bottom”, “Judah and the Black”) in the main categories, “Messiah” and “Missiah “Night” was ignored.