Live, from New York, is another Emmy Saturday night live! NBC’s long-running sketch show won for the series of featured variety drawings for the fourth year in a row on Night Two of the Emmys Creative Arts, presented virtually Tuesday. (The other nominees were HBO A Black Lady drawing program and Comedy Central’s Drunk story.)
Also, ABC Living in front of a studio audience: “Everyone in the family” and “Good times” won by the special outstanding variety (live), of Apple TV + Karaoke for car sharing: the series won for the exceptional short series and HBO series Last week tonight with John Oliver took home the fifth consecutive Emmy for Outstanding Writing for a number of varieties. (The prize in the series of talks on outstanding varieties, with Last week tonight among the nominees, will be handed out this Sunday during the Emmys ’main ceremony.)
This year̵7;s Creative Arts 2020 Emmy Awards are presented for almost five nights (Monday to Thursday and then Saturday). Nicole Byer, Emmy-nominated actress, comedian, author, presenter and podcast (Nailed!) hosts the five nights of creative arts ceremonies, including Monday-Thursday broadcasts (at Emmys.com) and the two-hour FXX broadcast on Saturday.
The main ceremony of the 72nd Primetime Emmy Awards will air on Sunday, September 20 at 8pm ET / 6pm MT / 5pm PT on ABC and will be hosted by Jimmy Kimmel. That night’s presenters will include Anthony Anderson (negre-ish), America Ferrera (Superstore), Now Rae (Insecure), Gabrielle Union (Lots of LAt), JJ Watt (Definitive label), Lena Waithe (creator of El Chi) and Oprah Winfrey, while Grammy-winning artist HER will debut at the Emmys with a special performance “In Memoriam”.
Before Sunday’s big show, you can check out who TVLine readers, through a series of polls, believe will win in 15 major categories.