An Emmy six-peat looms for ‘Saturday Night Live’ in Best Variety Sketch Series

An Emmy six-peat looms for ‘Saturday Night Live’ in Best Variety Sketch Series
Is eight enough for “Saturday Night Live”? The long-running show is gunning for its eighth series win at the Emmys and its sixth consecutive one in Best Variety Sketch Series. And for the second year in a row, it would only have to defeat one other show to do it.

With just eight submissions on the ballot, down one from last year, there will once again be two nominees in Best Variety Sketch Series. Last year, “SNL” topped “A Black Lady Sketch Show,” and the odds point to that exact scenario playing out again. Both were also nominated in 2020 in a field of three alongside “Drunk History.”

Despite having been on the air since 1975, “SNL” does not own as many series statuettes as you might think. It was named Best Variety Series in 1976 for its first season and in 1993 for its 18th installment, but was overlooked for two decades as
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