What Channel Is the 2017 Emmys On?

Posted September 18, 2017

There will be fierce competition among a host of acclaimed first-timers, including HBO sci-fi Western show "Westworld", Hulu's dystopian "The Handmaid's Tale" and Netflix's 1980s-set horror series "Stranger Things". The FX network's Feud: Bette and Joan going supremely having 18 nominations, after this HBO's Big Little Lies, Fargo, The Night Of.

And if you're simply looking to follow along on social media, PopCulture.com will be following the show's most weird moments and biggest winners of the night. The 69th Primetime Emmy Awards will be held at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles on Sunday, 17 September. Will Westworld, Stranger Things, The Crown, House of Cards, Better Call Saul, This is Us or The Handmaid's Tale be the series that takes over from Game of Thrones, which isn't in the running this year?

"Veep" is competing with "Atlanta"; "black-ish,"; "Master of None"; "Silicon Valley"; "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt" and "Modern Family", which, with five previous wins in the category, is tied with "Frasier" for most top-series awards ever.

The 2017 Emmy Awards are finally here and an A-list lineup of celebs is expected to take the stage to present tonight. Access to these platforms will require a cable provider subscription.

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Tune in to see how you can watch the hottest television awards show in existence. Facebook Live stream. Plus, there will be plenty of photos and videos on the Emmys/Television Academy and CBS Facebook pages.

If you want to catch up with the live updates of Emmys red carpet, it will be available with E!. If $9.99 doesn't seem so bad, or you've already used your trial, it might totally be worth it to just subscribe, as CBS All-Access is where the new Star Trek: Discovery will be premiering.

HBO leads all networks with 111 nominations followed by Netflix with 91 nods.

The Emmy Awards look to bounce back Sunday night after two straight years of the worst ratings in its history.