Awards ceremonies have been going through it this year, with fluid scheduling changes caused by the Primetime Emmys is sticking to its guns. Going in the opposite direction from the next Oscars and Cannes (pushed back and canceled), TV’s big night has committed to its September ceremony date.. But the
Will it need to tweak things closer to the show? Here’s everything we know about the upcoming ceremony.
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Jimmy Kimmel will host the show for a third time. Despite the good news, he acknowledged the tricky logistics.
“I don’t know where or how or even why we are doing this, but we are and I am hosting it!” Kimmel tweeted June 16.
The nominations will be announced Tuesday, July 28 at 11:30 a.m. ET or 8:30 a.m. PT, via the Emmys site.
Shows that aired between June 1, 2019 and May 31, 2020 are eligible for submission. Despite production suspensions and other disruptions that saw the Television Academy push back the entries deadline from May to June, Emmys submissions went up so much this year that there will be extra nominations slots to accomodate them.
What shows could nab nominations? Better Call Saul, The Handmaid’s Tale, , and go up against wild cards , Ramy, Mrs America and . New streaming services will also be on the hunt for prestigious awards as the likes of Apple TV Plus, and Quibi try to steal some shine from established televisual giants Netflix and HBO. But will or be crowned king of the documentaries? Check out .is surely a shoo-in, while heavyweights