Jon Stewart returned to television and the Emmy race after a long absence, but was unable to put together a win at the Creative Arts ceremony.
the host of The problem with Jon Stewart lost to Stanley Tucci, whose Looking for Italy The series won its second consecutive Emmy for Outstanding Presented Nonfiction Series or Special.
The CNN series, produced by the British production company Raw, also surpassed My next guest needs no introduction with David Letterman, Vice Y The world according to Jeff Goldblum in the category.
Last year, Stanley Tucci: In Search of Italy won the award, beating series including My next guest needs no introduction with David Letterman, Oprah with Meghan and Harry, United Shades of America with W. Kamau Bell Y Vice.
The travel and food series returned for a four-part season in May 2022, after releasing its first six-part episode in February 2021.
Previously, Stewart had won the Late Night Emmy ten years in a row between 2003 and 2012 and again in 2015 for her final season of the daily program in 2015.
However, his return to television saw him move up a category at the Emmys.
The Apple TV+ series launched in September 2021. It’s also nominated for Best Writing for a Nonfiction Program.
Initially, there was some disappointment in the late-night community that Stewart did not perform in their category, as a reduction in submissions meant they would only have four nominees before the TV Academy changed the rules to give them a fifth nomination.
Other regular winners in this category in recent years include Leah Remini: Scientology and the consequences Y Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown.