Last night’s Writers Guild Awards ceremony was the talk of the town, with big winners including “Everything Everywhere All At Once” and “Women Talking” in the film category, and “Severance” and “Everything Everywhere All at Once” in the TV category. Hosted by the Writers Guild of America, the ceremony honored the best in film and television writing with a star-studded event at the Beverly Hilton hotel in Los Angeles.
The big winners of the night were “Everything Everywhere All At Once” and “Women Talking,” which took home the top prizes in the film category. “Severance” and “Everything Everywhere All at Once” were the winners in the TV category. The awards show is known for honoring the writers, who are often the unsung heroes in the entertainment industry. It’s no surprise that the big winners this year were some of the most talked-about and critically acclaimed films and TV shows of the year.
Other winners of the night included “Don’t Look Up,” which won Best Original Screenplay, and “Ted Lasso,” which won Best Episodic Comedy. The ceremony also included a moving tribute to the late John Ridley, a prolific writer and producer who passed away last year.
Overall, the 2023 Writers Guild Awards was a night to remember, with some of the biggest names in entertainment coming together to celebrate the art of writing. Congratulations to all the winners!