Emmy Awards 2020: How to Watch, Host, Nominees and More
By ETonline Staff
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It's going to be a little different this year, but the 72nd Primetime Emmy Awards are just around the corner.
Television's biggest night will opt for a virtual ceremony this year, as opposed to its usual star-studded red carpet affair, but TV's best and brightest will still be honored in an event hosted by late-night host and awards show veteran Jimmy Kimmel, who is also executive producing the show, along with Guy Carrington, Reginald Hudlin, David Jammy and Ian Stewart.
When are the Emmys?: The show will air on Sunday, Sept. 20 on ABC, which is available to cable subscribers, or to stream on Hulu with Live TV as well as fuboTV.
How Can I Watch ET's Coverage of the Emmys?: Leading up to the show, you can watch ET's pre-coverage of the Emmys right here on ET Live and ETonline.com, where we'll have exclusive interviews with the stars, behind-the-scenes scoop and up-to-the-minute updates on all of the night's biggest moments.
When are the Creative Arts Emmys and how to watch them: This year, the virtual Creative Arts Emmys will be awarded over 4 nights broken into categories, from Sept. 14-17, streaming on Emmys.com. Additionally, a fifth, live ceremony, will take place on Saturday, Sept. 19, and air on FXX at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT.
The breakdown of nights will be as follows:
Monday, Sept. 14: Reality and Nonfiction Tuesday, Sept. 15: Variety Wednesday, Sept. 16: Scripted (night one) Thursday, Sept. 17: Scripted (night two) Friday, Sept: 19: A multi-genre mix of awards.
Meanwhile, watch the video below for moments you didn't see on TV from last year's Emmys ceremony.