The 75th annual Primetime Emmys, raring to go after an almost four-month delay due to the double Hollywood strikes last year, are being handed out Monday, January 15, in a live telecast on Fox. It will be available the next day on Hulu.
The scheduled three-hour ceremony begins at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT from the Peacock Theater at L.A. Live in downtown Los Angeles, hosted by Anthony Anderson.
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Producers are planning on celebrating the award’s 75 years with show tributes including for Cheers, All in the Family and I Love Lucy, with confirmed attendees for additional reunion tributes including Lorraine Bracco and Michael Imperioli from The Sopranos; Martin Lawrence, Tisha Campbell, Carl Anthony Payne and Tichina Arnold from Martin; Calista Flockhart, Greg Germann, Peter MacNicol and Gil Bellows from Ally McBeal; Tina Fey and Amy Poehler from Saturday Night Live‘s Weekend Update; Connie Britton and Dylan McDermott from American Horror Story; and Ellen Pompeo, Katherine Heigl, Justin Chambers, James Pickens Jr and Chandra Wilson from Grey’s Anatomy.
Presenters this year include Christina Applegate, Carol Burnett, Peter Dinklage, Colman Domingo, Tom Hiddleston, Natasha Lyonne, Ke Huy Quan and Tracee Ellis Ross.
In addition, producers revealed last week that host Anderson will be joined by Travis Barker for the show’s opening number, while Charlie Puth and The War and Treaty will team to perform during the show’s annual “In Memoriam” segment.
The 2023 nominees, announced way back in July, are led by HBO’s Succession, which scored 27 noms for its final season. It is followed by a pair of HBO stablemates in The Last of Us with 24 noms and The White Lotus with 23. The final season of Apple TV+’s Ted Lasso is the top comedy coming in with 21 nominations.
Already, The Last of Us has scooped up a leading eight wins via the two-night Creative Arts Emmy ceremonies last week. FX’s The Bear has five.
Last year’s Emmys saw Succession and Ted Lasso win the top drama and comedy series honors, respectively. Leading into Monday’s ceremony, Succession in Drama, The Bear in Comedy and Netflix’s Beef have been racking up wins across the awards landscape, so expect to hear those names called a lot tonight.
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