Now that the Fourth of July is in our rearview, we’re all gearing up for fall TV — but before the new shows kick off and our old favorites come back, we’ve got to celebrate the last year of small-screen offerings. The nominees for the 68th Emmy Awards will be announced this week, and we’ve got all the details on where you can watch them and how the announcement will go down below.
What time are the Emmy nominations?
This year’s Emmy nominees will be presented Thursday, July 14, at 11:30 am ET/8:30 a.m. PT. You can stream the nomination ceremony live on Emmys.com.
Who will be announcing them?
black-ish star Anthony Anderson and Gilmore Girls and Parenthood star Lauren Graham will make the announcement live from the Wolf Theater at the Television Academy’s Saban Media Center in North Hollywood. Joining them for the presentation will be Television Academy Chairman and CEO Bruce Rosenblum.
When are the actual Emmys?
The 68th annual Emmy Awards will take place in just over two months, on Sunday, Sept. 18. Five-time nominee Jimmy Kimmel will take on hosting duties for the second time, and the ceremony will air live from Los Angeles’ Microsoft Theater on ABC.
Ugh! My favorites NEVER get nominated.
This isn’t a question, but lucky for you, we’ve got an answer! There’s so much good TV out there and not nearly enough Emmy nomination slots to give all of the deserving shows and actors their due. Check back here at EW.com following the nominations for all of our coverage of the snubs and surprises.