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Where and How to Watch I May Destroy You?

The miniseries I May Destroy You have become the most popular show leading to many awards and nominations. It was a greatly appreciated and critically acclaimed show of 2020, according to Metacritic. And for an afraid nation, it was described as the perfect show by the New York Times. It...
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Michaela Coel Is A 'Misfit.' She Wants To Help Other Misfits, Too

Michaela Coel says she first realized she was a misfit as a child living in government housing in a wealthy area of East London. "A misfit is someone who either feels ostracized by society because they don't fit into whatever ideals the society has established as 'normal' ... " she says. "But also a misfit is someone who simply looks around the world and sees it in a way that's different."
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The Gripping True Story That Inspired Michaela Coel's ‘I May Destroy You'

"I May Destroy You" is one of the most-nominated comedies heading into the 2021 Emmys Awards, but there's definitely real-life pain behind it. The HBO series from creator and star Michaela Coel is nominated for nine trophies and won two at the Emmys ceremony taking place Sunday, Sept. 19: outstanding writing for a limited series and outstanding music supervision. "I May Destroy You" centers on a TV writer named Arabella Essiedu (Michaela) who struggles with moving forward in her life after she is drugged and raped.

‘Pose’, ‘Hacks’ & ‘I May Destroy You’ Lead LGBTQ Critics’ Dorian TV Awards

FX’s groundbreaking Pose — about an LGBTQ clique navigating AIDS, bigotry and drag-ball culture in ‘80s and then ‘90s New York — earned its third consecutive Best TV Drama win at GALECA: The Society of LGBTQ Entertainment Critics’ Dorians TV Awards for its third and final season. The show’s Mj Rodriguez, who last month became the first trans woman to be nominated for an Emmy in a lead acting category, received the GALECA LGBTQIA+ Trailblazer Award for creating art that inspires empathy, truth and equity. HBO Max’s Hacks and HBO’s I May Destroy You also received multiple awards during the pre-recorded ceremony, hosted...

I May Destroy You's Michaela Coel reacts to Doctor Who casting rumours

I May Destroy You creator/breakout star Michaela Coel has addressed the idea of stepping into Doctor Who's shoes. With current incumbent Jodie Whittaker confirmed to be vacating the iconic role next year, the question of her replacement is one of the most fervent right now amongst TV lovers. In a...

What Will Win and What Should Win at the 2021 Emmy Awards

Last year’s Emmy Awards were preceded by a great deal of uncertainty, not about who would win but about how the largely virtual COVID-era ceremony would unfurl on television. But there was no reason to worry because it was all totally fine and very normal. By contrast, the 2021 Emmy...

Emmy Awards 2021: The Complete Winners List

Outstanding Drama Series The Crown
 The Boys
 The Handmaid’s Tale
 Lovecraft Country 
The Mandalorian
 Pose This Is Us Outstanding Comedy Series Ted Lasso Black-ish
 Cobra Kai
 Emily in Paris
 The Flight Attendant
 The Kominsky Method
 Outstanding Limited or Anthology Series
 The Queen’s Gambit
 I May Destroy You 
Mare of Easttown
 The Underground Railroad
 WandaVision Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama
 Josh O’Connor – The Crown
 Sterling K. Brown – This Is Us Jonathan Majors – Lovecraft Country Regé-Jean Page – Bridgerton Billy Porter – Pose
 Matthew Rhys – Perry Mason Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama 
Olivia Colman – The Crown
 Uzo Aduba – In Treatment
 Emma Corrin – The Crown Elisabeth Moss – The Handmaid’s Tale Mj Rodriguez – Pose
 Jurnee Smollett – Lovecraft Country Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Jason Sudeikis – Ted...

‘I May Destroy You’ Earns Nine Emmy Nominations After Golden Globes Snub

Michaela Coel’s “I May Destroy You” is on quite a roll: after picking up two BAFTA Awards and a Peabody, the HBO limited series is now officially in the running for Emmys, winning nine nominations Tuesday. The series was nominated in the limited or anthology race, and Coel scored in the lead limited series/TV movie actress race.  These mark creator and star Coel’s first-ever Emmy nominations. Meanwhile, Paapa Essiedu was nominated in the supporting actor, limited category. Other nominations included outstanding casting, limited series; outstanding directing, limited series and outstanding writing, limited series. The 12-episode series launched on the premium cabler in June...

‘I May Destroy You’s Michaela Coel On Telling The Story Of Her Personal Trauma On Screen: “It Wasn’t A Very Conscious And Marked Decision”

When I May Destroy You‘s Creator, EP, director and star Michaela Coel first began taking notes about her own experience of sexual assault, she didn’t realize she was creating the series in which she would ultimately star as a version of herself. She plays Arabella, a young London-based writer trying to find a way through the trauma of sexual assault with the help of her close friends.