Emmy is the most important show for all the people working for the TV industry. It is for the many people that are doing their best on the small screen in a year. Every award is valuing each sector for the drama industry.
This wonderful show is held by prominent American entertainment including countries like Oscar, Germany, and Tony. Moreover, this year Emmy is going to very exciting and unique.
It will also be increasing the craze of the contestants for the show. It is taking the place virtually due to the pandemic attack of COVID-19.
Therefore, at the start, no one can imagine the show in such an exciting way. However, you will find a new experience ultimately in the Emmy 2020.
Now I will tell you all the essential details about the show. Check it below:
Virtual Emmys 2020
The Emmy 2020 Award is happening virtually. And there is no red carpet pre-show happened. Therefore the event occurred almost due to the continued coronavirus pandemic.
The event will be held without the participation of the live audiences. Only a few celebrities and crew members will be there to continue the show live.
The nominees and the other members will attend the Emmy award from their homes. Moreover, to take care of social distancing, they have given the excellent quality of cameras, mics, and lights.
The large event of the TV industry was 90% live. However, Jimmy Kimmel is hosting the Emmy show 2020. He is going to host the Emmy award for the third time frequently.
Some celebrities will get their prizes straight at their home. Whereas, the live event of the Emmys 2020 happened yesterday already. The show broadcasted on ABC.
It had also been available to stream online, but not for free of charge, for the subscribers of Hulu Live TV, AT&T Now, or YouTube TV.
Winners of Emmys 2020
- Mark Ruffalo for “I Know This Much Is True”: Outstanding lead actor in a limited series or TV movie.
- Yahya Abdul-Mateen II for “Watchmen”: Supporting Actor in a Limited Series or Movie.
- Eugene Levy for Schitt’s Creek”: Outstanding lead actor in a comedy series.
- Regina King for “Watchmen”: Outstanding lead actress in a limited series or TV movie.
- Julia Garner for Ozark: Supporting Actress in a Drama Series.
- Zendaya for Euphoria: Outstanding lead actress in a drama series.
- “Watchmen” as an outstanding limited Series.
- “Last Week Tonight with John Oliver” for an outstanding variety talk series.
- RuPaul’s Drag Race: Outstanding reality/competition series.
- Billy Crudup for “The Morning Show”: Supporting Actor in a Drama Series.