The Emmy Awards are making a vibrant comeback for their 74th year, honoring outstanding performers and storytellers in the television industry. As usual, the ceremony will be available to watch online, with their shared US audience on Monday night, while Indians watched on Tuesday, early morning. The technical awards began last week, celebrating excellence in the Creative Arts division, with prizes awarded for technical elements and a small number of activities. For example, Colman Domingo won his first Emmy for guest starring on HBO’s Euphoria, while Stranger Things won one for best sound editing.
For Emmy Award main event, HBO’s Heir topped the list with 25 nominations, including one for Best Drama, this year. Created by Jesse Armstrong, the black satirical comedy won last year and has been a top Emmy nominee since its debut in 2018. Close behind is the sports comedy directed by Jason Sudeikis. lead, Ted Lassoearned 20 nominations, affiliated with White Lotus.
With that, here’s how you can watch the 74th Primetime Emmy Awards online. Check it out Full list of candidates also.
Emmy Awards 2022 Date and Time
In India, the Emmys are live on Tuesday, September 13, at 5:30 a.m. IST.
For US audiences, this means Monday, September 12, at 8 p.m. ET / 5 p.m. Pacific time. The event will be streamed live from Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles, exclusive on NBC network and for the first time on Peacock streaming service.
How to watch the 2022 Emmy Awards in India
A subscription to Lionsgate Play costs Rs. 99 per month or Rs. 699 annually, after a two-week trial period. The service, as the name suggests, hosts all the movies from the production company, in addition to some Indian movies. The service has apps for all major platforms, including Android, iOS, Android TV, Apple TVand Fire TV.
Emmy Awards Host 2022
Kenan Thompson – famous for Saturday night live – will take over as host at this year’s Emmys. The ceremony will take place in a traditionally enclosed venue, as opposed to last year’s Event Deck. Although there is no information on whether the number of visitors to the red carpet will be limited, but according to The Hollywood Reporterthe show’s producers will bring back the starry dinner party scene – like Golden Globe.