Winners of the 74th Annual Emmy Awards will be announced Monday night in downtown Los Angeles. Viewers can catch the ceremony on NBC or streaming service Peacock starting at 8 p.m. ET.
Saturday Night Live veteran Kenan Thompson will host this year and help boost Emmy ratings for the second year in a row. Last year’s awards ceremony attracted 7.4 million viewers, reversing the trend of record-low viewership.
The ceremony should look more or less typical: for the first time since 2019, it’s returning to the traditional home of the Microsoft Theater. was done inside.)
Some elements of last year’s ceremony remain.program producer talks hollywood reporter They would revive the Golden Globe-style dinner table instead of placing candidates in theater-style seating.
In this year’s race, HBO’s “Succession” was the contender for best drama, competing with Netflix’s “Squid Game” and Apple TV+’s rookie series “Severance.” ‘Ted Lasso’ seeks to recreate the best of comedy from ABC’s ‘Abbott Elementary’ and Hulu’s ‘Only Murders in the Building’. HBO’s “The White Lotus” is also a favorite in the best limited series category, along with Hulu’s “Dopesick” and “The Dropout.”
This may be the most competitive year yet at the Emmy Awards. Substantial increase in entries for drama, comedy and limited categories.
Even with all the strong contenders, the top two most decorated networks are almost certainly HBO and Netflix, as always. After dozens of tech awards at the Creative Arts Emmys last weekend, HBO and its streaming app, HBO Max, have won 26 Emmys to date, leading all networks. Netflix is his second with 23 Emmy Awards.
Programs eligible for this year’s awards had to premiere between June 2021 and May 2022.