The 74th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards were held on September 12, 2022. They recognized the best American primetime television programming from June 1, 2021 to May 31, 2022. The winners were selected by the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. Zendaya, Quinta Brunson, Amanda Seyfried, Julia Garner, Sheryl Lee Ralph, Jennifer Coolidge, Lee Jung-jae, and Michael Keaton are only a few out of the 2022 winners. ‘Succession,’ ‘Ted Lasso’, and ‘The White Lotus’ won the top series awards.
“The Emmy awards have no relevance anymore, and especially to the kids at Findlay High School,” sophomore Raiann Sherbrook said.

While the Emmy awards may not be interesting to some, they are still very prestigious and respected by many.

“The Emmys are the most important event of the year,” freshman Hazard Eckleberry said.
Initially, the Emmy awards honored programs produced and broadcast locally in the Los Angeles area, but in 1952 it was expanded to honor nationally broadcast programs. Over the years they have expanded their categories, nominees have diversified, and they have expanded their members.

To watch the Emmy Awards replay go to Peacock TV or Youtube.

“I didn’t even know the Emmy awards were on September 12th, they should have advertised it better,” senior Kaitlyn Bailey said.
The Emmys awards do not matter to most at Findlay High School, most students brushing it off as disappointing or having no relevance to their lives. It seems to be that mainly adults care more about the Emmys than the children of this generation.

“The Emmys were disappointing this year, but I will still watch them next year and hope for the best,” freshman Blake Wannemacher said.