Jameela Jamil tweets after losing Emmy Award

Jameela Jamil tweets after losing Emmy Award
Jameela Jamil tweets after losing Emmy Award

English actress, radio presenter, writer and activist Jameela Jamil tweeted after losing the Emmy Award for NBC fantasy comedy series “The Good Place”. In the American fantasy comedy television series created by Michael Schur, Jameela played the role of Tahani Al-Jamil. The Good Place series was nominated for fourteen Primetime Emmy Awards including the outstanding comedy series for its third and fourth seasons.

We didn’t win tonight, but who cares? – Jameela Jamil

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Jameela Jamil wrote on Twitter after the announcement of the Emmy Award for Best Comedy Series, which “Schitt’s Creek” won the award. She posted a video of the “The Good Place” cast dancing and she wrote “We didn’t win tonight, but who cares? We hit the jackpot just being involved in this show. Tonight feels like the right time for my annual posting of my Favourite video in my phone.”

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Many fans are not “OK” with conditions. Many commented on Jameela’s tweet, saying the series ‘The Good Place’ deserves the award and all. Some of them commented “ The Good Place is an incredible show. I’m a 25-year-old palliative care patient who’s been under hospice care since I was 10, I’ve done a lot of reading etc about death. Your show was one of the best stories about death, humanity, and the inherent goodness in people I’ve seen”

“This is not the politically correct thing to say, but all of you on The Good Place NEED to be pissed off at just how much your show was disrespected tonight.  Four years – NO EMMYS?  While Dan forking Levy wins 4 in one night?”

“You should have won. It’s an amazing show. Fresh and exciting. Brilliant writing, acting and casting.  One of the most innovative and original shows I have ever seen. It’s also a great reference for RE and philosophy teachers to refer students to so as to help their learning.”