Emmys 2024 live: Succession and The Bear sweep awards as night ends with huge on-stage snog

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The 75th Primetime Emmy Awards aired on Monday (15 January) following a four-month delay, with the best talent in television gathering in Los Angeles for a shimmering ceremony.

The annual celebration of the year’s most brilliant TV shows took place half a year after nominations were announced back in July.

The ceremony was originally scheduled for September but was pushed back due to the Hollywood writer and actor strikes that brought the industry to a standstill last year. As such, these awards honoured shows that aired between 1 June 2022 and 31 May 2023, meaning it felt a bit like deja vu.

The show with the most nominations was Succession, the fourth and final season of which aired on HBO last year. The drama took home six awards. Fellow HBO dramas The Last of Us and The White Lotus were also heavily nominated, but failed to compete in terms of wins on the night.

Netflix’s limited series Beef and Hulu’s comedy The Bear also saw a raft of big wins at the ceremony.

You can find a full list of all the winners here.

Key Points

  • 2024 Emmy nominations in full

  • Who will win and who should win

  • Why were the Emmys delayed four months?

  • Anthony Anderson, the controversial Emmys host whose casting has sparked a backlash

Video: Pedro Pascal’s joke about Kieran Culkin censored by Emmys broadcast

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Emmys 2024 sees Succession, Beef and The Bear share the vast majority of spoils

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“It might be remembered as a three-way battle, but there was no real battle about it,” writes Louis Chilton. “HBO’s universally acclaimed drama Succession ended the night as the most prolific victor, winning a total of six awards in the drama categories, including Best Series, Best Actor (for Kieran Culkin), Best Actress (for Sarah Snook) and Best Supporting Actor (for Matthew Macfadyen).

“The comedy strand, meanwhile, was dominated by FX’s knife-edge culinary comedy The Bear, with Jeremy Allen White, Ayo Edebiri and Ebon Moss-Bachrach taking home three of the four acting prizes. And in the limited series field, it was Netflix’s tit-for-tat thriller Beef that won the night, garnering five wins.”

Find The Independent’s full wrap story from this year’s Emmys here:

Kieran Culkin asks wife for more kids

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The Succession star, who won the award for Best Actor in a Drama Series for his performance as the mischievous, foul-mouthed Roman Roy, used his speech to tell his wife Jazz Charton: “Thank you for sharing your life with me and giving me two amazing kids... I want more. You said ‘maybe’, if I win! I love you so much.”

In response, Charton could be seen covering her face with her hands in a mixture of joy and shock.

Culkin, 41, and Charton, 35, share two children together: Kinsey Sioux and Wilder Wolf.

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Kieran Culkin asks wife for more kids as he accepts Best Actor prize at 2024 Emmys

Stephen Colbert reveals that his wife saved his life after his appendix burst

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The Late Show with Stephen Colbert host, 59, opened up about the ordeal, which happened in November, while speaking to ET’s Nischelle Turner on the red carpet.

Colbert, who cancelled multiple shows in November after the health scare, credited Evelyn McGee-Colbert, his wife of more than 30 years, while telling Turner: “Where’s my wife? She’s somewhere around here. She saved my life.”

The late-night host then elaborated on his ruptured appendix, and how McGee-Colbert stepped in to help. “First, appendix. And I was in a lot of pain. It was the last show before we took a break. And I went: ‘I’ll just go do the show anyway. I’m sure we’ll be fine.’ By the time the show’s over I had a 102.5 fever. I was in shock. I had blood poisoning,” he recalled.

Colbert then joked about the situation, offering a warning to viewers: “Don’t do it, kids. Don’t broadcast with blood poisoning!”

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Stephen Colbert credits his wife with saving his life

Winners list in full

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That brings an end to the 2024 Emmy Awards (which were actually the 2023 Emmy Awards). I think it’s safe to say that Golden Globes host Jo Koy will be looking enviously at how smoothly that ceremony went. It was classy and ended with a clip of Martin Luther King Jr on his day of celebration, bravo.

Thanks for joining us here at The Independent where we’ll continue to bring you reactions from the show as my poor colleagues in the UK get some sleep.

You can find a full list of tonight’s winners below:

2024 Emmy Awards: Winners list in full

Ebon Moss-Bachrach snogs Matty Matheson’s face off

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While accepting the award for Outstanding Comedy Series, TV chef-turned-actor Matty Matheson was gripped by his co-star Ebon Moss-Bachrach who planted a huge snog on his lips.

The pair held in embrace for a good few seconds as the crowd cheered before finally parting. “I love you Ebon,” a dazed Matheson said after. He continued to thank restaurants in general and the hospitality industry.

Succession wins the big prize

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In an unsurprising finish, Succession wins Best Drama Series.

In his speech, showrunner Jesse Armstrong thanks Brian Cox “whom this show has revolved around since day one”.

The last win of the night takes the HBO show’s total to six wins.

Kieran Culkin and Sarah Snook win for Succession

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Kieran Culkin and Sarah Snook rounded out a trio of acting wins for Succession following Matthew Macfadyen’s earlier in the night.

Beating out his cast mates Brian Cox and Jeremy Strong, Culkin gave the former a kiss on the mouth before making his way on stage. The funnyman was emotional and serious right until the end of his speech where he begged his wife for more children – “You said you’d think about it if I won!”

Daniel Radcliffe sparks marriage rumours

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Daniel Radcliffe has sparked rumours that he and his longtime girlfriend Erin Darke have gotten married.

The 34-year-old actor spoke candidly about his family during an interview with Laverne Cox for E! News, while walking the red carpet. Radcliffe was nominated for his first-ever Emmy award for his role in Weird: The Al Yankovic Story.

Speaking to Cox, Radcliffe seemingly hinted that he and Darke – who he shares his nearly one-year-old son with – had tied the knot when he described his partner’s parents.

“Honestly, the people whose opinions I cared most about the movie were my in-laws,” he said, when discussing some of the feedback he received about Weird: The Al Yankovic Story. “They are huge Weird Al fans and they kind of got me into it. But they were very happy, thank God.”

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Daniel Radcliffe sparks rumours he married longtime partner Erin Darke

Elton John completes EGOT

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Sir Elton John has become the 19th person in history to achieve an “EGOT”.

The honour, an acronym which stands for “Emmy, Grammy, Oscar, [and] Tony”, is unofficially bestowed upon entertainers who have managed to win the biggest awards in the four fields.

John earned the title with a win at the 2024 Emmys in the early hours of Tuesday (16 January), for his Disney+ concert programme Elton John Live: Farewell From Dodger Stadium.

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Elton John completes EGOT with Emmys 2024 win

Charlie Puth plays See You Again mash-up with Friends theme tune during In Memoriam segment

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Charlie Puth has appeared on stage for the In Memoriam segment of the show.

The singer begins by playing “See You Again” as stars lost in the last year including Angus Cloud, Leslie Jordan, Len Goodman and more appear on screen. The music then transitions into the Friends theme tune – “I'll Be There for You” by The Rembrandts – in a nod to Matthew Perry, who died on 28 October. The late Friends star is the last figure to appear on-screen.

Beef wins its fifth award of the night

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Beef continues its Emmy dominance as it wins Outstanding Limited or Anthology Series.

The Netflix series creator Lee Sung Jin starts on a serious note, talking about those who’ve struggled with suicidal ideation and ends somewhat more lightly saying he does everything for his three dogs. The man has range.

By the way, if you haven’t seen Beef yet, this is your formal notice to do so immediately.

Bella Ramsey and Ariana DeBose appear to have made up

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Bella Ramsey and Ariana DeBose were pictured hugging it out at the Emmy Awards.

DeBose was not happy about a joke made about her by Ramsey and Anthony Ramos at the Critics Choice Awards on Sunday.

The 20-year-old star of The Last of Us was presenting the award for Best Song, for which DeBose was nominated, when she joked that the tracks nominated in the category were performed “by some of the most famous voices in the music industry”.

Following this, Ramos namechecked Billie Eilish, Lenny Kravitz and Dua Lipa – but Ramsey then referred to the remaining nominees, including DeBose, Jack Black and Ryan Gosling, as “actors who also think that they are singers”.

DeBose, who has starred in several Broadway musicals and has previously been nominated for a Tony Award, appeared to react to the quip on Instagram, with a post that simply said: “No I didn’t find it funny. Lol.”

Lee Sung Jin wins second as Succession wins third

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Beef creator wins his second award of the night as he picks up Outstanding Writing for a Limited or Anthology Series or Movie.

Meanwhile, Mark Mylod wins Outstanding Directing for a Drama Series for Succession – the wins are starting to come thick and fast after a shaky start.

Succession gets its second award of the night

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Jesse Armstrong wins Outstanding Writing for a Drama Series for Succession.

Armstrong won the Emmy for writing the episode “Connor’s Wedding” – and we all know what happens in that episode, right?

While thanking people in his acceptance speech, Armstrong says: “And for some reason, the name of a certain Australia-born media mogul, Rupert Murdoch springs to mind.”

Paul Walter Hauser chews and raps his way through winner’s speech

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Paul Walter Hauser arrives on stage chewing *something*. Tobacco? He then tells the cast of Grey’s Anatomy: “My wife loves your show.”

If that wasn’t good enough, he then raps his acceptance speech after winning in the Supporting Actor in a Limited Series or TV Movie category for his role in Black Bird.

Watch it for yourself:

Christina Applegate jokes her body is ‘not by Ozempic’

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The 52-year-old Dead to Me actor surprised audiences when she took the stage to present the award for Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series to The Bear’s Ayo Edebiri.

She was met with a massive standing ovation from the crowd, which left Applegate overwhelmed and teary-eyed.

After Applegate announced in August 2021 that she was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis (MS), she stayed away from the spotlight, solely making public appearances to support the final season of the popular Netflix comedy series Dead to Me, for which she has been nominated for an Emmy this year for Outstanding Actress in a Comedy Series.

“Thank you so much,” Applegate told the audience, roaring with applause. “Oh my god, you’re totally shaming me with disability by standing up. It’s fine…Body not by Ozempic. Okay, let’s go.” Ozempic is a prescription medication prescribed for the treatment of diabetes, however, it has increased in popularity as a weight-loss method.

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Christina Applegate jokes her body is ‘not by Ozempic’ at 2024 Emmys

Watch: Niecy Nash-Betts pays tribute to every ‘unheard’ Black woman as she wins Emmy

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What was Pedro Pascal’s joke about Kieran Culkin?

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Succession star Culkin had previously told The Last of Us actor to “suck it” while accepting the Golden Globe for Best Actor in a Drama earlier this month.

On Monday, Pascal issued a sweary retort to the jibe. The actor was seen wearing a sling around his arm, having sustained an injury to his shoulder.

He told the crowd: “A lot of people have been asking about my arm, it’s actually my shoulder... Kieran Culkin beat the s*** out of me.”

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Pedro Pascal hits back at Kieran Culkin in censored onstage Emmys joke

Niecy Nash-Betts wins Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Limited or Anthology Series or Movie

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In an emotional speech, Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story star Niecy Nash-Betts dedicated her win to Breonna Taylor and Sandra Bland.

“I wanna thank me for believing in me and doing what I was told I could not do,” Nash said through tears.

She went on to say she accepts the award “on behalf of every Black and brown woman who has gone unheard yet overpoliced – like Glenda Cleveland, like Sandra Bland, like Breonna Taylor. As an artist, my job is to speak truth to power and baby, I’m gonna do it ‘til the day I die.”

Niecy Nash-Betts (Getty Images)
Niecy Nash-Betts (Getty Images)

Rob McElhenney is watching football on his phone

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Wrexham AFC owner Rob McElhenney was a football fan before he was a *football* fan. He shared a photo on X of himself watching the Philadelphia Eagles’ NFL game on his phone while attending the ceremony.

“Who schedules the Emmys the same night as the @eagles #gobirds #FlyEaglesFly,” he wrote.

Jeremy Allen White wins The Bear's third award of the night

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It’s looking like The Bear is *mauling* the competition again tonight. Lead star Allen White accepts the award for Best Actor in a Comedy Series.

Yes, chef!

Ayo Edebiri helps Rhea Seehorn fix her makeup

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The 28-year-old Bottoms star was spotted by eagle-eyed viewers helping her Emmys fellow nominee with her lashes and touched up her smokey eye look. Seehorn, 51, can be seen telling Edebiri in the video, “Thank you so much,” before the actor gave her a nod of approval that signaled that her work was done.

Both of them have been nominated at the Emmys for the same category, Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series. Edebiri was nominated for her role as Sidney in The Bear, and Seehorn for her performance in the sixth and final season of Better Call Saul.

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Ayo Edebiri helps Rhea Seehorn fix her makeup in sweet Emmys 2024 red carpet moment

Video: Pedro Pascal's joke about Kieran Culkin censored by Emmys broadcast

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Fans defend Hannah Waddingham after Laverne Cox mispronounces her name

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Social media users have leapt to Hannah Waddingham’s defence after Laverne Cox repeatedly mispronounced the Ted Lasso star’s name on the Emmys red carpet.

Cox was in the midst of hosting a string of red carpet interviews at the television awards show when she introduced her next guest as “Hannah Waddington”.

Waddingham, 49, smoothly corrected her, clapping her hands together and adding with a smile: “Let’s get that right.”

Cox asked her to repeat her name, but then managed to mispronounce the name again in a new way: “Hannah Wattingham.”

Fans on social media were quick to react to the awkward interaction, with one X/Twitter user writing: “Very uncomfortable watching Laverne Cox butcher Hannah Waddingham’s name. First it was ‘Waddington’ and then it was ‘Wattingham’”.

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Jennifer Coolidge thanks ‘all the evil gays'

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In her acceptance speech, Coolidge said: “I want to thank all the evil gays,” alluding to her viral line from the show: “These gays, they’re trying to kill me.”

She eventually becomes the first winner to get hurried by Anderson’s mother, who stands up with a big cutout of a clock and shouts: “Baby! Baby! Baby!”

Jennifer Coolidge (Getty Images)
Jennifer Coolidge (Getty Images)

25 years of Sopranos

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To celebrate 25 years since the debut of The Sopranos, Anderson brought out cast members Michael Imperioli and Lorraine Bracco.

They present the award for Best Supporting Actress in a Drama Series, which goes to Jennifer Coolidge for her role in The White Lotus.

Watch: Christina Applegate gets standing ovation presenting at Emmys 2024

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Quinta Brunson wins Best Lead Actress in a Comedy Series

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Abbott Elementary star Brunson is the second winner to take to the stage.

Brunson burst into tears, being overwhelmed by “the Carol Burnett of it all” (who had just handed her the award).

Ayo Edibiri picks up the first award of the night

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The Bear star wins Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series, straight off the back of her Golden Globe victory last weekend.

“It’s probably not a dream to come to this country and have your child say ‘I want to do improv,’” she quipped.

Ayo Edebiri (Getty Images)
Ayo Edebiri (Getty Images)

Anthony Anderson’s ‘momma’ will be the play-off music

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Tonight’s show will have a bit of a twist: Anyone taking too long with their speeches will have host Anthony Anderson’s mum to deal with. “And she’s from the west side of Chicago,” Anderson warns the room.

Who is the green goblin at the Emmys?

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A green goblin-like attendee has stolen the show on the red carpet.

While the majority of the celebrity attendees arrived in gowns and jewels, one individual stood out due to her goblin-inspired look of green skin and matching green gown.

The person beneath the make-up has been revealed to be RuPaul’s Drag Race star Princess Poppy.

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RuPaul’s Drag Race star Princess Poppy walks Emmys red carpet dressed as goblin

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Red is the go-to colour on the Emmys red carpet

Suki Waterhouse showed off her take on the awards season trend of red gowns on the 2024 Emmys red carpet.

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(Getty Images)

For the occasion, the actress chose a floor-length gown with a bow and cut-outs, which she paired with a subtle red lip.

You can find all of our live coverage from this year’s Emmys red carpet below.

Emmy Awards 2024: The best-dressed celebrities on this year’s red carpet

Why isn’t The Morning Show nominated for any Emmys?

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Many fans of The Morning Show may be wondering why the Reese Witherspoon and Jennifer Aniston-fronted series received a grand total of zero nominations at the 75th Primetime Emmy Awards.

Fear not, Apple TV’s duo have not been snubbed by voters – the show is simply ineligible this time around.

As you may know, this evening’s Emmys are a postponed version of the 2023 ceremony, which was delayed due to the Hollywood strikes. As such, tonight’s awards honour shows that aired between 1 June 2022 and 31 May 2023. The Morning Show’s recent third season, which aired from 13 September to 8 November 2023, won't be eligible until next time around.

Jennifer Aniston in ‘The Morning Show’ (Apple TV+)
Jennifer Aniston in ‘The Morning Show’ (Apple TV+)

Sam Claflin is ‘all in’ for a Hunger Games return

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Sam Claflin tells Variety at the Emmys that he loved The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds & Snakes and is open to returning to the franchise in an older role: “I would be all in for Finnick’s dad.”

Kieran Culkin still hasn’t seen the last episode of Succession... somehow

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Succession’s Kieran Culkin reveals he STILL hasn’t watched the show’s earth-shattering finale.

He explains to Variety’s Marc Mulkin that he was shooting in Poland when it was released and couldn’t get into his HBO Max account. Since then, time has just gotten away from him.

“I was there. I shot it, so I vaguely recall – although I saw a clip of a scene yesterday and I was laughing and I was like, ‘That’s funny. I forgot about that scene’ and it’s a huge scene,” he said on the Emmys red carpet.

Ayo Edibiri shouts out ‘my people’ in Ireland

Monday 15 January 2024 23:48 , Tom Murray

In recent months, Edibiri has been adopted by the people of Ireland... despite having no connection to the country.

It all started last year when the actor joked that she played Jenny the Donkey in the 2023 awards show darling, The Banshees of Inisherin.

“Preparing for that? I lived in Ireland – ‘Ireland’ – for about four months,” she told an interviewer on the red carpet last year, imitating an Irish accent.

“And I got really into character and I was on all fours for four months and it was really painful but beautiful as well and it was probably the most fulfilling part of my career.”

The joke has gone so far that Irish fans have even renamed the actor, “Ay O’Edibiri”.

Addressing the long-running joke on the Emmys red carpet, Edibiri told ET: “Shout out Ireland; shout out Derry; shout out Cork; shout out to Killarney; shout out to Dublin.”

Despite not having Twitter/X, Edibiri said she is “aware of my connection to Ireland”.

Ayo Edibiri ‘just dreamed of dental insurance'

Monday 15 January 2024 23:26 , Tom Murray

The Bear breakout Ayo Edibiri is on “cloud 8.5” after winning her Golden Globe Award last week, she tells Laverne Cox, having come down a little.

“She didn’t dream of nights like this,” Edebiri said of her younger self. “She dreamed of dental insurance.”

Monday 15 January 2024 23:20 , Inga Parkel

We’re only a couple of hours away from the start of the ceremony – here is the full list of nominees:

Succession, The Last of Us and The White Lotus are all nominated at the 2024 Emmys (HBO)
Succession, The Last of Us and The White Lotus are all nominated at the 2024 Emmys (HBO)

2024 Emmy nominations in full

HBO’s ‘Succession’ and ‘White Lotus’ lead the way

The red carpet is officially underway

Monday 15 January 2024 23:18 , Tom Murray

Thanks for joining us as we tune into E! News’ coverage from the Emmys red carpet.

Early arrivals include Jesse Eisenberg, The White Lotus star Adam DiMarco and The Bear’s Ayo Edibiri.

Stay tuned!

Emmys 2024 predictions: Who will win and who should win

Monday 15 January 2024 23:00 , Inga Parkel

The Independent’s Louis Chilton looks at the runners and riders for this year’s long-delayed ceremony.

Full story here:

75th Primetime Emmy Awards - Press Preview (2024 Invision)
75th Primetime Emmy Awards - Press Preview (2024 Invision)

Emmys 2024 predictions: Who will win and who should win

Louis Chilton looks at the runners and riders for this year’s long-delayed ceremony

This year’s nominees in full

Monday 15 January 2024 22:52 , Tom Murray

Hello everyone! We’re just a few minutes away from the red carpet opening with coverage from Laverne Cox on Live From E! Countdown to the Emmys.

Now seems as good a time as any to remind everyone who the nominees are for this year’s ceremony; so, here we are!

2024 Emmy Awards: Nominations list in full

Emmy Awards 2024: The best-dressed celebrities on this year’s red carpet

Monday 15 January 2024 22:30 , Inga Parkel

The Independent’s lifestyle reporter Amber Raiken identifies the best-dressed celebrities at this year’s ceremony.

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(Getty Images)

Emmy Awards 2024: The best-dressed celebrities on this year’s red carpet

The star-studded event is taking place at the Peacock Theater in Los Angeles

Grey’s Anatomy star Ellen Pompeo teases sneak peak of Emmys glam

Monday 15 January 2024 22:25 , Inga Parkel

Grey’s Anatomy star Ellen Pompeo posted a photo of her getting glammed up for the Emmys. The actor is one of the many celebrities presenting one of tonight’s awards.

How to watch the 2024 Emmy Awards

Monday 15 January 2024 22:20 , Inga Parkel

The nominations for the annual television awards ceremony were announced on 12 July last year; however, due to the Hollywood writers and actors strikes, the Emmys were pushed back from their original 18 September slot.

Read more about how to watch, below:

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(AP)

How to watch the 2024 Emmy Awards

75th Primetime Emmy Awards were delayed by six months due to the Hollywood writers’ and actors’ strikes

Quick bts at the Emmys

Monday 15 January 2024 22:12 , Inga Parkel

Here’s a speedy behind-the-scenes shot from the Emmys, courtesy of Variety’s Marc Malkin.

Friends cast ‘in talks’ to reunite for Matthew Perry tribute at 2023 Emmys

Monday 15 January 2024 22:00 , Inga Parkel

The five core Friends cast members are reportedly in talks to reunite at the 75th Primetime Emmy Awards to honour their late co-star Matthew Perry.

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 (HBO)
(HBO)

Friends cast ‘in talks’ to reunite for Matthew Perry tribute at 2023 Emmys

Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox, Matt LeBlanc, David Schwimmer and Lisa Kudrow remembered their late co-star on social media this week

Emmys host Anthony Anderson gives verdict on Jo Koy at Golden Globes

Monday 15 January 2024 21:30 , Inga Parkel

Anthony Anderson, who is set to host tonight’s Emmy Awards, has weighed in on Jo Koy’s performance at last week’s Golden Globes.

In the days since Koy’s widely-panned hosting job, the 52-year-old stand-up comedian has apologised for throwing his writers under the bus during his monologue.

Reacting to the outcry, Anderson told Fox News: “Everyone’s entitled to their opinion. There’s going to be criticism.”

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Anthony Anderson (left) and Jo Koy (Getty)
Anthony Anderson (left) and Jo Koy (Getty)

Emmys host Anthony Anderson gives verdict on Jo Koy at Golden Globes: ‘You can’t please everyone’

‘Black-ish’ star commented: ‘Everyone’s entitled to their opinion’

Ariana DeBose and Bella Ramsey squash beef

04:30 , Tom Murray

Ariana DeBose and Bella Ramsey were pictured embracing each other warmly at the Emmys.

Just one day previously, Ramsey had delivered a joke at DeBose’s expense while presenting the trophy for Best Song at the Critics Choice Awards.

Announcing the award next to In the Heights star Anthony Ramos, Ramsey, 20, namechecked DeBose, 32, alongside Jack Black and Ryan Gosling as “actors who also think that they are singers”.

The quip drew the ire of DeBose herself, who was in attendance and could be seen scowling. She subsequently wrote on Instagram that she “didn’t find it funny”.

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Ariana DeBose and Bella Ramsey embrace at Emmys after savage awards show joke

Monday 15 January 2024 21:00 , Inga Parkel

Fun little tidbits about the nominees, courtesy of Parade Magazine

What time does the Emmys red carpet start?

Monday 15 January 2024 20:20 , Inga Parkel

Ahead of the ceremony, which begins at 5pm PT/8pm ET, all the stars will walk the red carpet to mingle with interviewers and pose for photos. In a way, I like to equate the red carpet with the NFL halftime show.

Tonight’s official red carpet will begin on Fox two hours before the ceremony at 3pm PT/6pm ET, and will be hosted by Laverne Cox for E!. Entertainment Weekly and People will also be holding their own red carpet show hosted by Jeremy Parsons and Janine Rubenstein. You can tune in to the latter via their YouTube channels, social media accounts or websites.

Trevor Noah honours those who were recognised at the Creative Arts Emmys

Monday 15 January 2024 20:00 , Inga Parkel

While those in front of the camera typically take precedence over those behind the scenes, the latter are no less important. In the lead-up to the Emmys ceremony tonight, the Creative Arts Emmys were awarded at the weekend, and comedian Trevor Noah made sure to give a shoutout to the winners. Those honoured at the Creative Arts Emmys include video editors, set decorators, production designers, costume designers, casting directors, cinematographers and sound editors.

Jenna Ortega could make history tonight

Monday 15 January 2024 19:20 , Inga Parkel

The 21-year-old Wednesday star already made history as the youngest Latina to earn an acting Emmy nomination. So should she go on to win Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series, Ortega will become the youngest Latina acting Emmy winner ever.

She’s up against Rachel Brosnahan (The Marvelous Mrs Maisel), Quinta Brunson (Abbott Elementary), Natasha Lyonne (Poker Face) and Christina Applegate (Dead to Me).

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 (Netflix)
(Netflix)

Jenna Ortega fans celebrate Wednesday star’s record-breaking first Emmy nomination

Former child star is the youngest Latina actor to be nominated for an acting Emmy

Will the Emmys still have a second awards show in September?

Monday 15 January 2024 18:20 , Inga Parkel

This year, there will technically be two 2024 Emmy Awards shows, the postponed 75th Emmys happening on Monday (15 January) and the 76th Emmy Awards in September. The former will be awarding shows that were released between 1 June 2022 and 31 May 2023, while the latter will recognise series and shows released between 1 May 2023 and 31 May 2024.

Who will present the Emmys?

Monday 15 January 2024 17:20 , Inga Parkel

Joining host Anthony Anderson on stage to present the awards, is a long list of stars, which include: Jason Bateman, Quinta Brunson, Stephen Colbert, Dame Joan Collins, Jon Cryer, Charlie Day, Jodie Foster, Marla Gibbs, Brett Goldstein, Jon Hamm, Taraji P Henson, Glenn Howerton and Ken Jeong.

Rob McElhenney, Joel McHale, Jenna Ortega, Pedro Pascal, Sheryl Lee Ralph, Holland Taylor, Juno Temple, Taylor Tomlinson and Hannah Waddingham will also present.

Did the Golden Globes and Critics Choice Awards give a little insight into what will win tonight?

Monday 15 January 2024 17:00 , Inga Parkel

So far, Succession and The Bear have completely dominated the TV competition at the Golden Globes and Critics Choice Awards. Beef also led several of the categories for limited series.

Oftentimes, the Emmys arrive ahead of the Golden Globes, however, this year, with the delayed Emmy Awards, the order has flipped. Similarly to how the Golden Globes act as a predictor for the Oscars, I think it’ll do the same for the Emmys.

Monday 15 January 2024 16:20 , Inga Parkel

Here’s a peak at the seating arrangement for Monday night’s ceremony, courtesy of The Hollywood Reporter.

I spy previously announced presenters – Ke Huy Quan, Carol Burnett, Tina Fey, Amy Poehler and several Grey’s Anatomy stars – along with nominees: Wednesday’s Jenna Ortega, the cast of Abbott Elementary, Only Murders in the Building leads Selena Gomez, Steve Martin and Martin Short, and Ted Lasso stars Jason Sudeikis and Hannah Waddingham.

Succession’s brutal finale cements Shakespearean tragedy as one of this century’s greatest works of art

Monday 15 January 2024 15:20 , Nicole Vassell

Whether you’re a paid-up member of the Waystar Royco fan club or you’ve never seen an episode of Succession in your life, you’ll surely be aware that it’s the show to beat at this year’s Emmys.

With its fourth and final season coming to a suitably dramatic finish last summer, the Jesse Armstrong-created drama is nominated for 27 Emmy awards, with some actors going head-to-head for the same award.

Here’s Louis Chilton’s take on Succession’s stunning conclusion, and why all the high praise is warranted:

Succession’s finale cemented Shakespearean tragedy as one of greatest works of art

Who won big at the 2022 Emmys?

Monday 15 January 2024 14:20 , Nicole Vassell

The last Emmy Awards were held in September 2022, honouring the best of primetime TV released between 1 June 2021 and 31 May 2022.

Here’s a reminder of the winners from the 74th Emmys, from Succession to Ted Lasso.

Emmys 2022: Full list of winners

What will – and what should – win at the Emmys?

Monday 15 January 2024 13:20 , Nicole Vassell

If you’ve yet to make your guesses for what will score the top prizes at tonight’s Emmy Awards, have no fear – we have your guide to the runners and riders here.

Louis Chilton has made predictions across the major categories for what will, and what should emerge victorious. Spoiler alert: it looks like the people of The Bear will be very happy...

Check it out below:

Emmys 2024 predictions: Who will win and who should win

ICYMI...

Monday 15 January 2024 12:20 , Annabel Nugent

Here are the full list of Emmy nominees up for an award tonight:

2024 Emmy Awards: Nominations list in full

Monday 15 January 2024 11:20 , Annabel Nugent

As the biggest night in television approaches, not everyone has a sunny outlook on the current landscape of TV.

The Sopranos creator David Chase had harsh words to say when it came to the so-called golden era of television, which his acclaimed HBO series ushered in – and which he believes is “dying”.

Read more about what Chase had to say on the 25th anniversary of The Sopranos here...

Sopranos creator David Chase says the golden era of TV is over: ‘Something is dying’

Why is this year’s Emmy host controversial?

Monday 15 January 2024 10:20 , Kevin E G Perry

The decision to let Anderson preside over television’s biggest night is a controversial one. His chequered past, which includes multiple sexual assault allegations, has sparked a growing backlash to his casting.

Read more here...

Anthony Anderson, the controversial Emmys host whose casting has sparked a backlash

When is the last time that the Emmy awards show was postponed?

Monday 15 January 2024 09:20 , Annabel Nugent

This event’s delay is the first time the Emmys have been postponed since 2001, when the 9/11 attacks came just five days before the planned ceremony. That ceremony would end up being held in November.

What is weird about this year’s Emmy award-winners?

Monday 15 January 2024 07:20 , Tom Murray

In another anomaly, by the time of the ceremony, all the winners will have been established, the metaphorical envelopes sitting unopened for more than four months. That’s because the Television Academy wanted at least the voting to be the same as always, so its approximately 20,000 members had to cast their ballots by 28 August.

 (Getty Images)
(Getty Images)

How to watch the 2024 Emmy Awards in the US and the UK?

Monday 15 January 2024 05:20 , Annabel Nugent

The 75th Primetime Emmy Awards will be held on the Martin Luther King Jr holiday, Monday night, 15 January, at the Peacock Theater in Los Angeles. It will be telecast live for US viewers on the Fox network starting at 8pm ET/5pm PT, and available to stream the following day on Hulu.

Ahead of the ceremony, E! will host Live From E! Countdown to the Emmys starting at 5pm ET/2pm PT, followed by red carpet coverage at 6pm ET/3pm PT.

In the UK, the ceremony will be broadcast the following evening (16 January) on Sky Max and Sky Showcase at 9pm GMT.

‘Fear Street’ is back!

Monday 15 January 2024 03:20 , Annabel Nugent

This isn’t exactly Emmy-related but many film and TV fans will be glad to hear that another film adaptation of RL Stein’s horror book series is in the works, following on from the huge success of the Netflix trilogy in 2021.

Find out more here...

New Fear Street movie is finally in the works at Netflix, reveals author RL Stein

What has controversial choice Anthony Anderson said about hosting the Emmy’s?

Monday 15 January 2024 01:20 , Annabel Nugent

“It’s something that I’ve always wanted to do…” the 53-year-old Black-ish star told Entertainment Tonight recently. “I wanted it to happen years ago, but everything happens when it’s supposed to happen.”

EMMY-GUIA (AP)
EMMY-GUIA (AP)

Who’s hosting the Emmys?

Sunday 14 January 2024 23:20 , Annabel Nugent

Hosted for the first time by Black-ish star Anthony Anderson, the 2024 Emmy Awards will celebrate the best television shows that aired between 1 June 2022, and 31 May 2023.

Anderson, who was nominated for lead actor in a comedy seven times for his work on ABC’s Black-ish, is a first-time Emmys host, although he’s hosted the NAACP Image Awards eight times.

He’ll also have a fresh connection to Fox by the time he takes the Emmys stage – his new show We Are Family is set to debut in early January.

However, his chequered past, which includes multiple sexual assault allegations that Anderson has vigorously denied, has sparked a growing backlash to his casting as host.

Did the delay affect the voting process?

Sunday 14 January 2024 21:39 , Nicole Vassell

In many ways, no. The Television Academy, which runs the Emmys, wanted to maintain the same voting processes, even if there was no concrete idea of when the ceremony could go ahead.

As a result, the 20,000-strong membership of the Academy had to cast their ballots by 28 August as usual – meaning that the winners were decided months ago, regardless of how conversations around projects may have fluctuated.

Since the nominations were announced back in July, this also means an additional delay to what seasons and projects are in contention. The Bear, for example, which has now run for two seasons, has 13 nominations, but all for its first season, which was released on Hulu in June 2022.

By the time of the ceremony, season two of the hectic drama-comedy will have been out for nearly seven months.

Why are the 2023 Emmy Awards delayed to 2024?

Sunday 14 January 2024 20:39 , Maanya Sachdeva

Awards season is well and truly underway, with the Primetime Emmy Awards set to honour the best of TV from 2022 to 2023 just a week after Hollywood gathered for the Golden Globes.

In an unusual move, the Emmys will take place on Monday 15 January – four months later than its typical date.

Find out why here:

Why are the 2023 Emmy Awards delayed to 2024?

The White Lotus creator Mike White teases ‘supersized’ season 3

Sunday 14 January 2024 19:39 , Maanya Sachdeva

The White Lotus has received 24 Emmy nominations this year, including Best Drama Series as well as a slew of acting categories.

The show’s creator Mike White gave fans a taste of what to expect from the show’s highly-anticipated third season in an interview last November.

“It’s going to be a supersized White Lotus,” White promised. “It’s going to be longer, bigger, crazier. I don’t know what people will think, but I am super excited, so at least for my own barometer, that’s a good thing ... I’m super excited about the content of the season.”

The cast for season three was announced earlier this month, with The White Lotus travelling to Thailand for its latest instalment.

Find out more here:

The White Lotus rounds out season 3 cast with five new additions

The Last of Us: New cast for season two unveiled

Sunday 14 January 2024 18:39 , Maanya Sachdeva

The multiple Emmy-nominated series The Last of Us, starring Pedro Pascal and Bella Ramsey, will see several new faces join the cast in season two.

The show was a smash hit for the network, garnering widespread acclaim including 24 nominations at the 75th Primetime Emmy Awards.

Find out more here:

The Last of Us: New cast for season two unveiled

‘Yellowstone’, Prince Harry and Helen Mirren among snubs

Sunday 14 January 2024 17:39 , Tom Murray

Yellowstone, Prince Harry, and Helen Mirren were among the biggest snubs when the Emmy nominees were announced back in July last year.

Taylor Sheridan’s wildly popular cowboy drama Yellowstone was once again put out to pasture. He’ll be hoping that the arrival of Matthew McConaughey, who is set to take over from Kevin Costner as the series regenerates, will earn him more favour with the TV Academy.

Many expected awards show darling Helen Mirren to earn a nomination for her part in the Yellowstone sequel, 1923, in which she co-starred with Harrison Ford. Alas, no dice; though, Mirren holds four primetime Emmys already, so she’s unlikely to lose any sleep over the snub.

Netflix’s bombshell Harry & Meghan docuseries was also a notable abdication from the nominees. The Academy clearly did not agree with The Independent’s Jessie Thompson, who called the six-parter “intimate, self-aggrandising, and wildly entertaining” in her four-star review.

Harry and Meghan criticised photographers (Yui Mok/PA) (PA Wire)
Harry and Meghan criticised photographers (Yui Mok/PA) (PA Wire)

Emmys 2024 predictions: Who will win and who should win

Sunday 14 January 2024 16:39 , Louis Chilton

Here’s a breakdown of predictions for this year’s Emmy Awards, including who is expected to win in all the major categories (and who deserves to win instead).

Outstanding Drama Series

Will win: Succession

Should win: Succession

Outstanding Comedy Series

Will win: The Bear

Should win: Jury Duty

Lead Actor in a Drama

Will win: Kieran Culkin (Succession)

Should win: Bob Odenkirk (Better Call Saul)

Full list here:

Emmys 2024 predictions: Who will win and who should win

Full list of Emmy nominations...

Sunday 14 January 2024 15:39 , Annabel Nugent

The nominations for the annual television awards ceremony were announced on 12 July last year; however, due to the Hollywood writers and actors strikes, the Emmys were pushed back from their original 18 September slot.

2024 Emmy Awards: Nominations list in full

Bill Hader on Barry, anxiety and body image

Sunday 14 January 2024 13:56 , Maanya Sachdeva

Emmy nominee Bill Hader in conversation with The Independent’s Patrick Smith about stage fright, Star Wars, and the roles he’d no longer play.

Read the interview here:

Bill Hader: ‘My girlfriend and I realised that I haven’t had a vacation in 10 years’

How to watch the Emmy awards

Sunday 14 January 2024 13:42 , Maanya Sachdeva

The 75th Primetime Emmy Awards will be held on the Martin Luther King Jr holiday, Monday night, 15 January, at the Peacock Theater in Los Angeles. It will be telecast live for US viewers on the Fox network starting at 8pm ET/5pm PT, and available to stream the following day on Hulu.

Ahead of the ceremony, E! will host Live From E! Countdown to the Emmys starting at 5pm ET/2pm PT, followed by red carpet coverage at 6pm ET/3pm PT.

In the UK, the ceremony will be broadcast the following evening (16 January) on Sky Max and Sky Showcase at 9pm GMT.

Who’s hosting the Emmys?

Sunday 14 January 2024 12:36 , Maanya Sachdeva

Hosted for the first time by Black-ish star Anthony Anderson, the 2024 Emmy Awards will celebrate the best television shows that aired between 1 June 2022, and 31 May 2023.

Anderson, who was nominated for lead actor in a comedy seven times for his work on ABC’s Black-ish, is a first-time Emmys host, although he’s hosted the NAACP Image Awards eight times.

He’ll also have a fresh connection to Fox by the time he takes the Emmys stage – his new show We Are Family is set to debut in early January.

However, his chequered past, which includes multiple sexual assault allegations that Anderson has vigorously denied, has sparked a growing backlash to his casting as host.

Read more here:

Anthony Anderson, the controversial Emmys host whose casting has sparked a backlash

When have the Emmys been delayed before?

Sunday 14 January 2024 11:37 , Maanya Sachdeva

This year marks the first time in more than 20 years that the Emmys haven’t aired as planned in September. In 2001, the awards were postponed due to the 9/11 attacks which occurred just five days before the planned ceremony.

The 2001 Emmys were eventually held in November.

TV Emmy Awards Guide (2021 Invision)
TV Emmy Awards Guide (2021 Invision)

The Bear renewed for season three with star Jeremy Allen White an awards season favourite

Sunday 14 January 2024 10:20 , Maanya Sachdeva

Jeremy Allen White’s turn as chef Carmy Berzatto on The Bear has earned the 32-year-old actor a slew of nominations this award season – and he’s already off to a winning start.

White recently took home the Golden Globe award for Best Actor in a Musical or Comedy TV Series, and is looking like a strong contender for the Emmy for Lead Actor in a Comedy Series during the ceremony on Monday.

The show, which catapulted White to global stardom, has now been renewed for a third season after a nerve-wracking wait.

Read more here:

Yes chef! The Bear season 3 confirmed after nerve-racking wait for renewal

Did the delay affect the voting process?

Sunday 14 January 2024 09:20 , Maanya Sachdeva

In many ways, no. The Television Academy, which runs the Emmys, wanted to maintain the same voting processes, even if there was no concrete idea of when the ceremony could go ahead.

As a result, the 20,000-strong membership of the Academy had to cast their ballots by 28 August as usual – meaning that the winners were decided months ago, regardless of how conversations around projects may have fluctuated.

Why were the Emmy’s postponed?

Sunday 14 January 2024 08:20 , Annabel Nugent

In an unusual move, the Emmys will take place on Monday 15 January – four months later than its typical date.

Usually, the Emmys are an outlier from the rest of the awards season as the ceremony tends to be held in September. Hollywood, however, was shut down for the better part of four months last year due to strike action by writers and performers, leading the awards show to be postponed.

Read more here...

Why are the 2023 Emmy Awards delayed to 2024?

Why has the Emmys been postponed?

Sunday 14 January 2024 21:31 , Tom Murray

Hollywood’s historic work stoppage among writers and actors, both essential to the Emmys, meant the show had a rare delay for an unprecedented four months.

Leaders of the Television Academy were among those breathing a sigh of relief when actors voted to approve their new strike-ending contract on 5 December and put a period on the entire stoppage.

With an autumn show date based around the traditional broadcast TV season, the Emmys have for years had some quirks based on the far more scattered schedule of cable and streaming. The delay makes those oddities even odder.

To give one example, the 13 nominations for Hulu’s The Bear are for its first season, even though the awards will be handed out six months after its second season dropped.

TV Emmy Awards (2021 Invision)
TV Emmy Awards (2021 Invision)

Where are the Emmy’s hosted?

Sunday 14 January 2024 06:20 , Annabel Nugent

The 75th Primetime Creative Arts Emmys will be held at the Peacock Theater in Downtown Los Angeles, California, and will be hosted by Anthony Anderson.

Emmy Nominations (Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP, File)
Emmy Nominations (Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP, File)

Who are this year’s Emmy nominees?

Sunday 14 January 2024 04:20 , Louis Chilton

Among the TV shows vying for awards glory on Monday evening (15 January) are media dynasty sensation Succession, post-apocalyptic drama The Last of Us and Bill Hader’s hitman dramedy Barry. Better Call Saul may have ended back in 2022, but the acclaimed Breaking Bad spin-off is also getting a final run at awards glory here.

Reality-scripted mashup Jury Duty also joins culinary hit The Bear, cloying football comedy Ted Lasso and school sitcom Abbott Elementary along the frontrunners. You can see the full nominations list here.

Comedy hoax: Ronald Gladden and James Marsden in ‘Jury Duty' (Amazon Freevee)
Comedy hoax: Ronald Gladden and James Marsden in ‘Jury Duty' (Amazon Freevee)

Emmys 2024 predictions

Sunday 14 January 2024 02:20 , Annabel Nugent

Who will win and who should win are two very different things...

Check out Louis Chilton’s predictions for who will take home the golden statuette comm Monday:

Emmys 2024 predictions: Who will win and who should win

Succession season four review

Sunday 14 January 2024 00:20 , Annabel Nugent

With Succession racking up several nominations, let’s take a look back season four – the perfect end to the perfect show, or so says TV critic Nick Hilton.

Succession season 4 guarantees the show’s place in TV history - review

Bella Ramsey, Emmy nominee

Saturday 13 January 2024 22:20 , Annabel Nugent

Bella Ramsey is among the stars up for an acting nominee on Monday (15 January).

Read The Independent’s interview with the 20-year-old...

Chicken Run 2’s Bella Ramsey: ‘The thing I hated most was being patronised’

How to watch the 2024 Emmy Awards

Saturday 13 January 2024 21:20 , Maanya Sachdeva

The 75th Primetime Emmy Awards will finally take place on 15 January following a six-month delay due to the Hollywood strikes that crippled the entertainment industry last summer.

Here’s our guide to watching the ceremony, no matter where you’re tuning in from:

How to watch the 2024 Emmy Awards

Anthony Anderson, the controversial Emmys host whose casting has sparked a backlash

Saturday 13 January 2024 20:20 , Maanya Sachdeva

For comedian and actor Anthony Anderson, stepping on stage to host the postponed Emmys on Monday night will represent the fulfilment of a lifelong dream.

“It’s something that I’ve always wanted to do…” the 53-year-old Black-ish star told Entertainment Tonight recently. “I wanted it to happen years ago, but everything happens when it’s supposed to happen.”

For many, however, the decision to let Anderson preside over television’s biggest night is a controversial one. His chequered past, which includes multiple sexual assault allegations that he has vigorously denied, has sparked a growing backlash to his casting.

Read more here:

Anthony Anderson, the controversial Emmys host whose casting has sparked a backlash

Jenna Ortega fans celebrate Wednesday star’s record-breaking first Emmy nomination

Saturday 13 January 2024 19:20 , Maanya Sachdeva

Wednesday fans celebrated as Jenna Ortega received her record-breaking first Emmy nomination last year, in the run-up to the live show.

The Scream star, 20, starred as Wednesday Addams in Netflix’s hit series, which became one of the streamer’s most-watched shows of all time.

Ortega’s record-breaking nomination means she is now the youngest Latina actor to be recognised in an acting category.

Isobel Lewis has the full story:

Jenna Ortega fans celebrate Wednesday star’s record-breaking first Emmy nomination

Barack Obama and John Mulaney among the winners at the Creative Arts Emmy Awards

Saturday 13 January 2024 18:20 , Maanya Sachdeva

Barack Obama won his second Emmy, and John Mulaney won his third Sunday on night two of the Creative Arts Emmy Awards.

The Creative Arts Emmys are a precursor to the main ceremony, which will take place at the Peacock Theatre in Los Angeles on Monday 15 January.

The former president, who was not at the ceremony at the Peacock Theater in Los Angeles, beat fellow nominees Morgan Freeman, Angela Bassett, Mahershala Ali and Pedro Pascal in what was by far the most star-studded category at the Creative Arts Emmys.

Find out more here:

Barack Obama and John Mulaney are among the winners at the Creative Arts Emmy Awards

Full list of 2023/2024 nominees...

Saturday 13 January 2024 17:20 , Annabel Nugent

The nominations for the annual television awards ceremony were announced on 12 July last year; however, due to the Hollywood writers and actors strikes, the Emmys were pushed back from their original 18 September slot.

The final series of HBO’s Succession met predictions and led the nominations, earning a whopping 14 acting nominations and becoming a contender for Outstanding Drama Series (an award it has won twice before).

See the full list of nominees, including The Last of Us, The White Lotus, and Ted Lasso, here:

2024 Emmy Awards: Nominations list in full

Ed Sheeran won his first ever Emmy for Ted Lasso

Saturday 13 January 2024 16:20 , Annabel Nugent

The British musician has won his first ever Emmy this year thanks to Ted Lasso – for best original music and lyrics in a TV show.

Sheeran was presented with the award last week at the Creative Arts Emmys (which were also delayed due to the writers and actors strikes last year).

The other nominees were songs from other shows: Ginny & Georgia, The L Word: Generation Q, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, Ted Lasso (nominated twice, only one of the songs being written by Sheeran), and Weird: The Al Yankovic Story.

Singer songwriter Ed Sheeran (Hannah McKay/PA) (PA Wire)
Singer songwriter Ed Sheeran (Hannah McKay/PA) (PA Wire)

Succession has already made Emmy history

Saturday 13 January 2024 15:20 , Annabel Nugent

The final series of HBO’s Succession met predictions and led the nominations, earning a whopping 14 acting nominations and a nod for Outstanding Drama Series (an award it has won twice before).

Brian Cox, Kieran Culkin and Jeremy Strong will compete against each other for the Outstanding Actor in a Drama Series category. This marks the most actors to ever be nominated from the same show in this category.

A similar Succession face-off will take place in the Outstanding Supporting Actor category, where 2022 winner Matthew Macfadyen is nominated alongside his castmates Nicholas Braun, Alan Ruck and Alexander Skarsgård.

 (AP)
(AP)

Sarah Snook is nominated for Outstanding Actress in a Drama Series, while J Smith-Cameron is nominated in the Supporting Actress category.

Including technical categories, Succession picked up 27 nominations in total. Fellow HBO projects The Last of Us and The White Lotus follow close behind with 23 and 24 nominations apiece.

Emmy contender, The Last of Us, casts actor for season two

Saturday 13 January 2024 14:20 , Annabel Nugent

With The Last of Us in the running for multiple Emmys this Monday, fans are hoping the video game adaptation will take home some trophies ahead of its much-anticipated second outing.

Read about the latest news from The Last of Us season two here:

The Last of Us casts major character for season 2

Why is next week’s ceremony being called the 2023 Emmys?

Saturday 13 January 2024 13:20 , Annabel Nugent

In an unusual move, the Emmys will take place on Monday 15 January – four months later than its typical date.

Why are the 2023 Emmy Awards delayed to 2024?

How to watch the 2024 Emmy Awards

Saturday 13 January 2024 12:22 , Maanya Sachdeva

Tom Murray answers all your questions about the 2024 Emmy Awards – including how to watch the ceremony being broadcast live from the Peacock Theater in Los Angeles.

How to watch the 2024 Emmy Awards

Emmys 2022: Full list of winners

Saturday 13 January 2024 11:52 , Maanya Sachdeva

If you need a quick refresher, here’s the full list of winners at the 2022 Emmy Awards – now held over a year ago, after last year’s ceremony was delayed to January 2024.

Last year, HBO shows such as Succession and The White Lotus, as well as Netflix’s Squid Game were the big winners.

Emmys 2022: Full list of winners

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