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MTV Movie & TV Awards 2023: ‘The Last of Us’ and ‘Scream VI’ Reign Supreme in Full Winners List

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The 2023 edition of the MTV Movie & TV Awards faced a multitude of hurdles, thanks to the ongoing Writers Guild of America strike. The highly-anticipated awards show was initially scheduled to air live on Sunday, but due to the strike, the network was compelled to broadcast a pre-taped special. As a result, several of the expected attendees decided to withdraw from the ceremony, adding to the challenges faced by the organizers.

Despite the challenges, the pre-taped special managed to deliver an unforgettable night filled with sneak peeks, unconventional categories, and countless surprises. Bruce Gillmer, president of music, music talent, programming, and events at Paramount Global, and one of the executive producers of the MTV Movie & TV Awards, remarked, “As we meticulously navigate how to present the fan-first awards show we envisioned, we are shifting away from a live event while still ensuring that we produce a night that will be memorable, honoring the best in film and TV from the past year.”

One of the top winners of the evening was ‘The Last of Us,’ a post-apocalyptic series that won in multiple categories, including Best Drama and Best Performance in a Drama. Meanwhile, ‘Scream VI,’ the latest installment in the horror franchise, took home the award for Best Movie. Other notable winners of the night included ‘WandaVision’ for Best Limited Series and ‘Outer Banks’ for Best Action Series.

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The MTV Movie & TV Awards has long been recognized as one of the most exciting awards shows in the entertainment industry, thanks to its unique blend of unconventional categories, high-profile presenters, and unforgettable moments. Despite the challenges posed by the Writers Guild of America strike, the 2023 edition managed to deliver a night that was both surprising and entertaining, proving that the show must go on, no matter the obstacles.

The following is a list of winners.

  • Best Movie
    “Nope”
    “Scream VI”
    “Avatar: The Way of Water”
    “Top Gun: Maverick”
    “Elvis”
    “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever”
    “Smile”
  • Best Show
    “Yellowstone”
    “The Last of Us”
    “Wolf Pack”
    “Yellowjackets”
    “Wednesday”
    “Stranger Things”
    “The White Lotus”
  • Best Performance in a Movie
    Tom Cruise, “Top Gun: Maverick”
    Michael B. Jordan, “Creed III”
    Keke Palmer, “Nope”
    Austin Butler, “Elvis”
    Florence Pugh, “Don’t Worry Darling”
  • Best Performance in a Show
    Sadie Sink, “Stranger Things”
    Riley Keough, “Daisy Jones & The Six”
    Aubrey Plaza, “The White Lotus”
    Christina Ricci, “Yellowjackets”
    Jenna Ortega, “Wednesday”
    Selena Gomez, “Only Murders in the Building”
  • Best Comedic Performance
    Adam Sandler, “Murder Mystery 2”
    Jennifer Coolidge, “Shotgun Wedding”
    Quinta Brunson, “Abbott Elementary”
    Keke Palmer, “Nope”
    Dylan O’Brien, “Not Okay”
  • Best Hero
    Jenna Ortega, “Wednesday”
    Paul Rudd, “Ant-Man & The Wasp: Quantumania”
    Pedro Pascal, “The Last Of Us”
    Diego Luna, “Andor”
    Tom Cruise, “Top Gun: Maverick”
  • Best Villain
    Harry Styles, “Don’t Worry Darling”
    M3GAN (portrayed by Jenna Davis and Amie Donald), “M3GAN”
    The Bear, “Cocaine Bear”
    Elizabeth Olsen, “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness”
    Jamie Campbell Bower, “Stranger Things”
  • Best Kiss
    Selena Gomez & Cara Delevingne, “Only Murders in the Building”
    Anna Torv & Philip Prajoux, “The Last Of Us”
    Riley Keough & Sam Claflin, “Daisy Jones & The Six”
    Harry Styles & David Dawson, “My Policeman”
    Madison Bailey & Rudy Pankow, “Outer Banks”
  • Most Frightened Performance
    Rachel Sennott, “Bodies Bodies Bodies”
    Jennifer Coolidge, “The White Lotus”
    Jesse Tyler Ferguson, “Cocaine Bear”
    Sosie Bacon, “Smile”
    Justin Long, “Barbarian”
  • Best Fight
    John Wick vs. Everyone, “John Wick: Chapter 4”
    Ladybug vs. The Wolf, “Bullet Train”
    Gale Weathers vs. Ghostface, “Scream VI”
    Escape from Narkina 5, “Andor”
    Vecna vs. Eleven, “Stranger Things”
  • Best Breakthrough Performance
    Joseph Quinn, “Stranger Things”
    Bella Ramsey, “The Last Of Us”
    Emma D’Arcy, “House of the Dragon”
    Bad Bunny, “Bullet Train”
    Rachel Sennott, “Bodies Bodies Bodies”
  • Best Duo
    Pedro Pascal & Bella Ramsey, “The Last Of Us”
    Simona Tabasco & Beatrice Grannò,”The White Lotus”
    Camila Mendes & Maya Hawke, “Do Revenge”
    Tom Cruise & Miles Teller, “Top Gun: Maverick”
    Jenna Ortega & Victor Dorobantu (as Thing), “Wednesday”
  • Best Kick-Ass Cast
    “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever”
    “Outer Banks”
    “Stranger Things”
    “Ant-Man & The Wasp: Quantumania”
    “Teen Wolf: The Movie”
  • Best Song
    “Carolina,” Taylor Swift
    “Still Alive,” Demi Lovato
    “Lift Me Up,” Rihanna
    “I Ain’t Worried,” OneRepublic
    “Hold My Hand,” Lady Gaga
    “Vegas,” Doja Cat
  • Best Musical Moment
    “Revolting Children” in “Matilda the Musical”
    “Running Up That Hill” in “Stranger Things”
    “Goo Goo Muck” in “Wednesday”
    “Long, Long Time” (Bill & Frank Play Piano) in “The Last of Us”
    “Big Boys” in “Saturday Night Live”
    “This Love (Taylor’s Version)” in “The Summer I Turned Pretty”
    “Trouble” in “Elvis”
    “I Will Survive” (Bachelorette Party) in “Ginny & Georgia”
    “Simon’s Song” in “Young Royals”
    “Naatu Naatu” in “RRR”
    “Look at Us Now (Honeycomb)” in “Daisy Jones & The Six”
    “Come Back Home” in “Purple Hearts”
    “Titanium” in “M3GAN”
    “Jack’s Tap Dance” in “Don’t Worry Darling”
    “You Should See Me in a Crown” in “The School for Good and Evil”
  • Best Music Documentary
    “Halftime”
    “The Day the Music Died: The Story of Don McLean’s American Pie”
    “Love, Lizzo”
    “Sheryl”
    “Selena Gomez: My Mind & Me”
  • Best Docu-Reality Show
    “The Kardashians”
    “Jersey Shore: Family Vacation”
    “Family Reunion: Love & Hip Hop Edition”
    “Vanderpump Rules”
    “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills”
  • Best Competition Series
    “The Challenge: USA”
    “Big Brother”
    “All Star Shore”
    “RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars”
    “The Traitors”
  • Best Host
    RuPaul: RuPaul’s Drag Race
    Nick Cannon, “The Masked Singer”
    Drew Barrymore, “The Drew Barrymore Show”
    Joel Madden, “Ink Master”
    Kelly Clarkson, The Kelly Clarkson Show
  • Best Reality On-Screen Team
    Ariana Madix, Katie Maloney, Scheana Shay, LaLa Kent, “Vanderpump Rules”
    Michael “The Situation” Sorrentino, Vinny Guadagnino, Pauly D (MVP), “Jersey Shore: Family Vacation”
    Garcelle Beauvais and Sutton Stracke, “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills”
    Tori Deal and Devin Walker, “The Challenge: Ride or Dies”
    RuPaul Charles and Michelle Visage, “RuPaul’s Drag Race”
  • Comedic Genius Award: Jennifer Coolidge

    Source of winners taken from;
    https://variety.com/2023/awards/news/mtv-movie-tv-awards-2023-winners-list-1235605621/

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