Stephen Colbert will serve as host.
This year, the Emmys will see a power-packed and star-studded list of presenters filled with Hollywood who's who - Reese Witherspoon (Big Little Lies), Nicole Kidman (Big Little Lies), Priyanka Chopra (Quantico) and Adam Scott (Ghosted).
While the Red Carpet will be broadcast live on CBS prior to the Awards ceremony's start at 8 p.m. EDT, those who aren't catching the show on TV will be able to watch via a livestream on CBS's website. We are predicting the winners of all the races.
"Veep" is competing with "Atlanta"; "black-ish,"; "Master of None"; "Silicon Valley"; "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt" and "Modern Family", which, with five previous wins in the category, is tied with "Frasier" for most top-series awards ever.
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Members of the Emmy Awards voting panel could be poised to pick another original creation from the premium channel to take over from the HBO hit. You don't even need to own a television to tune into the ceremony anymore... and in a few years, we might all be watching the Outstanding Drama Series trophy being handed out via our permanently-implanted VR headsets.
If you'd rather watch the awards on your phone or tablet, you can download the CBS app on iTunes or Google Play, but you also must sign in with your TV provider. If $9.99 doesn't seem so bad, or you've already used your trial, it might totally be worth it to just subscribe, as CBS All-Access is where the new Star Trek: Discovery will be premiering.
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The excitement over the Red Carpet comes as several nominees during this year's awards are known for their Red Carpet savvy, often wowing with impressive looks at almost every event they attend. Netflix, Amazon, and Hulu have picked up a collective 125 nominations.