Adapting To The Pandemic: The 72nd Primetime Emmy Awards | Celebrity Page

Like everything else in our world, the 72nd Primetime Emmy Awards will be adapting to the ongoing Covid-19 crisis. Handing out this year's awards virtually.


72nd Emmy Awards - September 20th on ABC

This year's nominations were shared virtually just like the winners will be on September 20th.

Adding More Diversity to the Emmys

The TV Academy also responding to calls for more diversity, tapping Hollywood veteran Reginald Hudlin to be the first black producer of an Emmy ceremony.

Governor's Award to Tyler Perry

This year, the Academy is bestowing its prestigious 'Governor's Award' on the legendary producer/writer/director Tyler Perry.

Jimmy Kimmel Hosting

Jimmy Kimmel is returning to once again host this year's Emmy ceremony. In a letter sent to nominees, Jimmy wrote:

"...It's still television's highest honor, and we never want to lose the significance of being nominated for, and maybe winning, an Emmy, but we're going to do in a way that is appropriate to the moment…"

Top Nominees

Most Nominated Studios/Platforms

We'll find out who wins, Sunday September 20th on ABC.

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