Globoplay has earned two series in contention for the International Emmy.

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The Brazilian series All Women of the World and Diario de Um Confinado, both by Globoplay, were nominated for the 49th edition of the International Emmy. This announcement was made on Thursday (23). The ceremony for handing over the statues to the winners will take place on November 22 in New York City (USA).

all the women of the world Awarded in the Best Miniseries or Telefilm category. She is in contention with three other attractions: the South Korean series Tudo Bem no Ser Normal (available in Brazil on Netflix), the drama Deus (from British network ITV) and the period attraction Atlantic Crossing (from Norwegian broadcaster NRK).

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already a prisoner’s diary Battle for a statue between series with short episodes. In this category are: Beirut 6:07 (from Lebanon), Gente Habalando (from Spain) and Inside (from New Zealand).

Produced by Jorge Furtado and Jenna Fischer, All the Women of the World stars Emilio Dantas and Sophie Charlotte. The humorist Bruno Mazeo is co-producer and lead actor of Diario de Um Confinado.

Bruno Mazeo in the Comedy Diario de Um Confinado

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El Presidente (Prime Video), the Chilean series about the corruption scandal in FIFA and world football, was nominated in the Best Drama category along with Arya (India), Theran (Israel) and There She Goes (UK).

Among the comedy attractions, the French Call My Agent (available on Netflix), the British Motherland: Christmas Special, the Colombian Promesa de Campana and the Indian Vir Das: For India (stand-up available on Netflix) compete for the statue.

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Will covers public and private tech markets from New York. He was previously a Knight-Bagehot Fellow in Economics and Business Journalism at Columbia University, and prior to that was a reporter at the Los Angeles Business Journal. He has received a Journalist of the Year award from the L.A. Press Club and an investigative reporting award from the Society of American Business Editors and Writers.

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