Watch Emmys 2018 LIVE: How to watch the Emmy Awards 2018 live, and what time does it air
The 70th Primetime Emmy Awards hosted by 'Saturday Night Live' staples Michael Che and Colin Jost is one to watch out for, thanks to some big milestones.
The biggest celebration of television, the 2018 Primetime Emmy Awards, is fast approaching and the everyone is looking for answers to some simple questions: What time are the Emmys? How and where can I watch it live? Well, search no more because we have the answers to all these questions.
The 70th Primetime Emmy Awards hosted by 'Saturday Night Live' staples Michael Che and Colin Jost will be held at the Microsoft Theater in Downtown Los Angeles, California on Monday, September 17.
The event will be broadcast by NBC in the US starting with the red-carpet coverage at 3pm (PT), followed by the actual event at 5pm (PT). You can also live-stream the awards on the NBC App if you have a TV provider login.
If you do not have cable, fret not, because you have many streaming options as well. Hulu, DirecTV Now, Philo TV, and SlingTV will offer Emmys for streaming via NBC.
Meanwhile, E! News’s customary red carpet coverage will begin at 3pm (PT) and can also be streamed live via the People TV app, People.com, and Entertainment Weekly’s website (EW.com).
This year’s Primetime Emmys is one to watch out for, thanks to some big milestones, including Netflix’s record-breaking 112 Emmy nominations this year -- more than any other network -- just five years after its very first nomination.
Sandra Oh could make history as the first Asian winner in the lead actress category. for her role as MI5 officer Eve Polastri in BBC America’s Killing Eve. Henry Winkler may finally get his first Emmy for his work in HBO's Barry, nearly four decades after losing three times in a row, after being nominated for his role as The Fonz in Happy Days in the 1970s.
All in all, it is going to be one eventful Emmy and you should definitely not miss any part of it.