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The 71st Primetime Emmy Awards are almost here, and already there are gobs of winners in the creative arts and technical categories. Based on the nominations list for next week's telecast, the big show is bound to be an entertaining and talked-about event indeed.
Sure, Game of Thrones is probably set to lay one last claim to the proverbial Iron Throne and walk away with a lot of trophies from its record-setting deluge of nominations — yes, probably even for the categories fans had the most issues with in Season 8 — but there are also plenty of deserving shows to watch out for after they landed their first Emmy nominations, like Fleabag, Pose, and Schitt's Creek.
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Meanwhile, Television Academy favorites like Barry, Better Call Saul (even if Rhea Seehorn got robbed), This Is Us, and Veep will also be well represented in multiple categories, and a few strong freshman series made the cut, like Russian Doll and Dead to Me. Overall, this year's crop of nominees delivered some mostly pleasant surprises, capping off a stellar year in TV.
While we'll have to wait until airtime to find out which of these series, stars, and behind-the-scenes talents will be honored during the 2019 Emmys, there are a few things we can already expect from the telecast. Here's what we know so far about the 71st Primetime Emmy Awards.
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You can watch on TV and online. This year's Emmys will air live from the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles on Fox on Sunday, Sept. 22 starting at 8/7c. The broadcast is scheduled to run for three hours. Those with cable subscriptions can also tune in via Fox.com or the FOX NOW app. The Emmys website will also host a backstage live stream of the behind-the-scenes events during the broadcast.
The pre-shows are already set. Fox's Live...
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