Tonight is The Emmy Awards, and here are the top things you should know!
The Most Nominations
- Game Of Thrones got the most nominations this year with 22, and Westworld was just behind them with 21.
- For the first time EVER, Netflix surpassed HBO in nominations, racking up 112 compared to the cable network’s 108.
How To Watch
- The show will air at 8 pm eastern time on NBC
- You can watch the ceremony live on NBC.com, so long as you sign in with your TV provider. You can also access a live stream from the NBC app. It’s available on iOS and Android, as well as Apple TV, Roku, Amazon Fire, Xbox, and Samsung TV.
- Saturday Night Live cast members and Weekend Update co-anchors Colin Jost and Michael Che will co-host.
- It’s guaranteed that the winner for Outstanding Comedy Series will be a first-time winner in the category as Veep, and Modern Family are not in the category this year
- For outstanding Drama, these are the nominees; The Handmaid’s Tale (last year’s winner), Game of Thrones (won the two years before that), This Is Us, The Americans, The Crown, Stranger Things, and Westworld.
When is the red carpet so I can watch and judge all the fashion?
As usual, E! has the most comprehensive red carpet show — Giuliana Rancic and Jason Kennedy will co-host and interview the celebrities, beginning at 6 p.m. Eastern.
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