Somehow, in a year as unpredictable as 2020, the Emmys are still happening. And on Tuesday morning, starting at 11:30 am ET, nominations will be announced for the top awards in the television industry.
The 2020 Emmy Awards will air on September 20, and ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel will host a virtual edition of the annual award ceremony. The red carpet and pre-show interviews will not be the same, if they occur, but the Television Academy will still award the usual awards. The best television series of last year will be held, in what may be a good reminder of what it once was, in the days leading up to the pandemic.
There are some notable open spaces this year in the main categories. Last year, in its second and final season, the drama by Phoebe Waller-Bridge Flea bag she won three major awards: Outstanding Comedy Series, Lead Actress in a Comedy Series and Writing in a Comedy Series. Those prizes will be available now, and the previous favorite and 2018 winner The wonderful lady Maisel It should be a favorite. Schitt’s Creek, which concluded its final season this year, could also cause quite a stir.
Similary, game of Thrones He won the Best Drama Series in his final season last year, and should open the field a bit with his departure. Better call Saul, Succession and Pose, which were all nominated together game of Thrones last year, he could benefit, based on his acclaimed recent seasons.
Below are the nominations, which we will update live as they are announced. You can see the Television Academy announce the nominees; the live stream is embedded below. The 2020 Emmy Awards will air on ABC at 8 p.m. ET on September 20.