2021 Emmys: How to watch, what’s nominated and everything else you need to know


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It’s time to celebrate another year of television.

Every year, the Television Academy brings out the best comedies, dramas, made-for-TV movies, mini-series and more with the Emmy Awards, widely recognized as the industry’s highest honor.


Despite the recognition for massively popular shows like “Game of Thrones” and “Shit’s Creek” and the promise of a star-studded event wearing expensive outfits, award shows like the Emmys have dwindled.

It remains to be seen whether this year will break the low ratings curse despite being the second year that will undoubtedly look at least a little different due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

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EMMYS 2021: A breakdown of the biggest nominated TV series

Ahead of the starry awards ceremony, here’s what you need to know about the 2021 Emmys.

how to see

On Sunday, September 19 at 8 p.m. ET, the Emmys airs on CBS.

Additionally, the program will stream on-demand on Paramount+.

Who is hosting?

Comedian Cedric the Entertainer will host this year’s ceremony. This will be his first time hosting the Emmys.

Which shows are nominated?

The list of nominees is long – so long that several awards are given out in the days before the airing.

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This year’s biggest nominees include some tried-and-true contenders like “The Crown,” “The Handmaid’s Tale,” “Black-ish” and “Saturday Night Live.”

On the other hand, several notable new titles such as “The Flight Attendant,” “Hacks,” “WandaVision” and “Ted Lasso” also took the spot.

As far as miniseries and movies go, “Hamilton” certainly made the list, as did HBO’s popular “Mare of Easttown” and Netflix’s “The Queen’s Gambit.”

Which stars are nominated?

It’s not just the programming that gets the nominations every year, but the stars as well.

This year, stars like Kelly Cuoco, reggae-jean Page, Jason Sudeikis, Kenan Thompson, and Kate Winslet all approved.

Notably, Sudeikis’ “Ted Lasso” co-stars flooded the comedy categories, while Gene Smart received double nominations for his work in “Mayor of Easttown” and “Hacks.”

Marvel saw several of its major stars receive nominations, as Elizabeth Olsen, Paul Bettany and Kathryn Hahn will all vie for the awards. Don Cheadle from “The Falcon and the Winter Soldier” was also nominated for his guest appearance.

“Hamilton” also received most of the nominations for its lead cast – Lin-Manuel Miranda, Leslie Odom Jr., Renée Ellis Goldsberry, Philip Sue, Jonathan Groff, Anthony Ramos and Daveed Diggs were all recognized.

Who’s Presenting?

It’s not just the nominees who appear at the star-studded event, but the trophies they’ll be handed out as well.

Michael Douglas, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Dan Levy, Dolly Parton, Ellen Pompeo and many more are set to present this year.

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