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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.

Who’s Hosting?

  • Saturday Night Live cast members and Weekend Update co-anchors Colin Jost and Michael Che will co-host.

Important Categories

  • 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 UsThe Americans, The CrownStranger 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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