Emmys 2017: Everything you need to know

Angelo Anderson
September 17, 2017

Politics promise to run through Sunday's ceremony in Los Angeles, starting with host Stephen Colbert, whose relentless attacks on Trump have brought a surge of viewers to "The Late Show".

"Saturday Night Live" found laughter and lampoonery in America's fraught political and social scene and on Sunday the satirical sketch show looks set to reap the benefits at the Emmy awards, the highest honors in television.

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).

Once again this year, there are multiple ways viewers can tune into this year's Emmys broadcast including the age-old tradition of watching the live broadcast.


The 69th Primetime Emmy Award ceremony will be aired live at 8 pm ET/ 5 pm ET (September 17) on CBS. The odds are for him walking away from the Emmys a victor in more ways than one. Paid subscribers can watch it from Hulu with Live TV, and DIRECTV Now. News' Erin Lim. And of course "Emmys: The Show" will collect snaps from inside Los Angeles' Microsoft Theater throughout the event.

The 2017 Emmy Awards are finally here.

Actor John Lithgow (L), victor of the Outstanding Male Actor in a Drama Series for 'The Crown, ' and actor Claire Foy, victor of the Outstanding Female Actor in a Drama Series award for 'The Crown, 'pose in the press room during the 23rd Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards at The Shrine Expo Hall on January 29, 2017 in Los Angeles, California. Which stars would you like to see walk away with an Emmy this year? While there are a few hours to go, we are here to guide you how to watch the Emmys live on television or online.

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