The 69th Primetime Emmys will recognize the actors, actresses and creators that help put on the top American TV shows from June 1, 2016 through May 31 of this year.
CBS will live-stream the Emmys on Sunday night via CBS All Access. To see the full list of nominations ahead of the show, look here. But streaming rivals Amazon and Hulu are also strong competitors in some important Emmy categories. Stephen Colbert is set to host.
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Jeffrey Tambor was named Oustanding Lead Actor in a Comedy for "Transparent", and Remi Malek won the same award in the drama category for "Mr. Robot". Last year's big victor, HBO's Game of Thrones, was not eligible for Emmy Awards consideration because its latest season aired outside the eligibility window. Will Westworld, Stranger Things, The Crown, House of Cards, Better Call Saul, This is Us or The Handmaid's Tale be the series that takes over from Game of Thrones, which isn't in the running this year? After last year's memorable hosting by Zimmy Kimmel, this year the event will be hosted by none other than Stephen Colbert, the ace talk show host from the television world.
Colbert and his team have garnered an impressive six nominations this year. "Remember when that won Best Picture a couple years ago and we had a lot of innovative and exciting films or films that we were more passionate about, but they just went the tried-and-true Best Picture way?"
Julia Louis-Dreyfus is expected to win her sixth consecutive Emmy for playing an egotistical, losing presidential candidate on Time Warner's HBO comedy "Veep". Should Riz win for his critically acclaimed performance in HBO's The Night Of? Just a year ago, the cast and crew won 12 different Emmys alone. Alexis Bledel already snagged the win for Outstanding Guest Actress in a Drama Series for her appearance on the show.