Award ceremonies have taken place this year, with changes in floating scheduling caused by. But the Primetime Emmys stick to their guns. Going in the opposite direction from the next Oscars and Cannes (pushed back and canceled), TV’s Big Night has committed to the date of the ceremony in September.
Will it need to adjust things closer to the show? Here is everything we know about the upcoming ceremony.
The 72nd Primetime Emmy Awards will take place at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles. ABC will broadcast the show live on Sunday 20 September at 20 ET or 17 PT.
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Who is the host?
Jimmy Kimmel is hosting the show for the third time. Despite the good news, he acknowledged the tricky logistics.
“I do not know where or how or even why we do it, but we are and I am worth it!” Kimmel tweeted June 16th.
The nominations will be announced Tuesday, July 28 at 11:30 ET or 8:30 PT, via Emmy’s website.
Programs broadcast between 1 June 2019 and 31 May 2020 are eligible for submission. Despite production closures and other disruptions that saw the Television Academy postpone the submission deadline from May to June, Emmy’s submissions went so far this year that there will be extra nomination places to suit them.
Which shows are closest to nominations? Schitt’s Creek and The Marvelous Mrs Maisel are strong contenders for the best comedy series. Best drama can see Succession, Better Call Saul and Big Little Lies fight for the victory. Watchmen, Normal People and Unbelievable are strong calls for the best limited series.
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