The winners! (‘Ted Lasso!’) The speeches! (Debbie Allen!) The travesty of trying to prove how valuable award shows can be post-COVID! The Beast’s Kevin Fallon goes in on the Emmys.
Kevin Fallon is a senior entertainment reporter at The Daily Beast. He covers film, TV, music, and all the other wonderful facets of pop culture. He has written for Newsweek, Glamour, The Week, and The Atlantic, among other publications, and attended New York University. He has appeared on CNN, MSNBC, Access Hollywood, Nightline, and several other TV shows, and is a member of the Television Critics Association and the Gay and Lesbian Entertainment Critics Association. Yes, he is related to Jimmy Fallon, assuming you are referring to the painting contractor from Long Island.
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