Los Angeles, Calif. – The 2022 Creative Arts Emmy Awards will take place at the Microsoft Theater. An edited presentation will air Saturday, Sept. 10, at 8:00 PM EDT/PDT on FXX and is available for streaming on Hulu Sept. 11-27. Bob Bain Productions will produce all three shows.
Skylar Astin, W. Kamau Bell, Colman Domingo, Marcia Gay Harden, Jon Huertas, Jane Levy, Ralph Macchio, Niecy Nash, and William Zabka Slated to Present Awards.
The Television Academy and Executive Producer Bob Bain today announced the first group of presenters for the 2022 Creative Arts Emmy Awards, hosted over two consecutive nights on Saturday, Sept. 3, and Sunday, Sept. 4.
The presenters reflect the diverse talent and storytellers throughout the television industry and represent some of the year’s most popular programs across many genres and platforms.
Monica Aldama and Morgan Simianer (Cheer), Skylar Astin (So Help Me Todd, Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist), W. Kamau Bell (We Need To Talk About Cosby), Christine Chiu and Kevin Kreider (Bling Empire), Cat Deeley (So You Think You Can Dance), Colman Domingo (Euphoria; Fear the Walking Dead), Marcia Gay Harden (The Morning Show), Chris Hardwick (Talking Dead; @midnight), Jon Huertas (This Is Us), Jane Levy (Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist), Ralph Macchio and William Zabka (Cobra Kai), Simone Missick (All Rise; Iron Fist), Niecy Nash (The Rookie: Feds; Reno 911!) and Randy Rainbow (The Randy Rainbow Show).
The 2022 Creative Arts Emmy Awards will take place at the Microsoft Theater. An edited presentation will air Saturday, Sept. 10, at 8:00 PM EDT/PDT on FXX and is available for streaming on Hulu Sept. 11-27. Bob Bain Productions will produce all three shows.
Los Angeles, Calif. – Nominations for the 74th Emmy Awards were announced today, recognizing an abundance of exceptional new programming and talent, returning favorites and veteran performers, and a broad spectrum of innovative storytelling across multiple platforms.
The live virtual ceremony was hosted by JB Smoove (Curb Your Enthusiasm) and Melissa Fumero (Brooklyn Nine-Nine) along with Television Academy Chairman and CEO Frank Scherma.
Succession holds this year’s top spot with 25 Emmy nominations followed by Ted Lasso and The White Lotus (20), Hacks and Only Murders in the Building (17) and Euphoria (16).
“Television continues to keep the world entertained, informed, and connected. With production at a historic high, the Academy has received a record number of Emmy submissions this season,” said Scherma. “As we prepare for the entertainment industry’s biggest night, we are thrilled to honor the innovators, creators, performers and storytellers who are propelling this platinum age of television.”
It was a year of notable achievement for women. Almost half of the directors nominated in the scripted directing categories were women. This season also saw women receive almost 40% of the nominations in the scripted writing categories. Thirty-four percent of this year’s nominees for Outstanding Writing in all writing categories were women.
In total, there were 50 first-time performer nominees across all performer categories this season including Chadwick Boseman (What If…?), Jennifer Coolidge (The White Lotus), Elle Fanning (The Great), Andrew Garfield (Under the Banner of Heaven), Jung Ho-yeon (Squid Game), Oscar Isaac (Scenes From A Marriage), Lily James (Pam & Tommy), Lee Jung-jae (Squid Game), Barack Obama (Our Great National Parks), Sheryl Lee Ralph (Abbott Elementary), Adam Scott (Severance), Sebastian Stan (Pam & Tommy), Peter Sarsgaard (Dopesick), Amanda Seyfried (The Dropout), and Sydney Sweeney (two first-time nominations, Euphoria and The White Lotus).
In addition to Sweeney, individuals with multiple nominations this year include Jason Bateman (performance and directing for Ozark), Quinta Brunson (performance and writing for Abbott Elementary), Nicole Byer (host for Nailed It and writing for Nicole Byer: BBW (Big Beautiful Weirdo)), Jerrod Carmichael (performance Saturday Night Live and writing for Jerrod Carmichael: Rothaniel), Julia Garner (Ozark and Inventing Anna), Bill Hader (performance, writing and directing for Barry and performance for Curb Your Enthusiasm), Steve Martin (performance and writing for Only Murders in the Building), Amy Poehler (host for Making It and directing for Lucy and Desi), Rhea Seehorn (Better Call Saul and Cooper’s Bar), Harriet Walter (Ted Lasso and Succession) and Zendaya (performance and music and lyrics for Euphoria).
The nominations rosters may be revised in cases where names or titles are incorrect or appeals for changes—including the addition or removal of names—are approved by the Television Academy’s Emmy Awards Committee. Producer eligibility is based primarily on title; the producer nominees in certain program categories will be announced by mid-August and may increase the number of multiple nominees. Final-round online voting begins August 12, 2022.
The 74th Emmy Awards will be broadcast live from the Microsoft Theater on Monday, September 12 (8:00-11:00 PM EDT/5:00-8:00 PM PDT) on NBC and will stream live for the first time on Peacock. The 2022 Creative Arts Emmy Awards will take place at the Microsoft Theater over two consecutive nights on Saturday, September 3, and Sunday, September 4. An edited presentation will be aired Saturday, September 10, at 8:00 PM EDT/PDT on FXX.
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(NOHO ARTS DISTRICT, Calif. – June 8, 2021) — The Television Academy today announced 133 nominations in 35 categories for the 73rd Los Angeles Area Emmy® Awards, to be presented Saturday evening, July 24, 2021. The Los Angeles Area Emmy Awards honor locally produced programs in the categories of Crime and Social Issues, Culture and History, the Arts, Human Interest, Sports, the Environment, and Live and Breaking News Coverage. Details for the Los Angeles Area Emmy Awards ceremony will be announced at a later date.
A complete list of today’s nominations, tabulated by the Academy’s accounting firm Ernst & Young LLP, is attached. The nominations are listed alphabetically by program within each category. Mitch Waldow is Los Angeles Area vice chair, serving on the Academy’s Executive Committee. Paul Button and Christie Lyn Lugo Leigh are Los Angeles Area Governors. For more information, visit Emmys.com.
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