How to Watch 2020 Emmys Concert Live Online


The 72nd Emmy Awards are finally upon us, and the 2020 ceremony will be unlike any other.

Given that the epidemic has necessitated a virtual ceremony, everyone will be tuning in from home as the awards go live from the Staples Center in Los Angeles, but not with the audience.

The ceremony will air live on Sunday, September 20 at 8 pm ET / 5 pm PT on ABC. They will also be available to stream on Hulu + Live TV, Fubo TV and YouTube TV with subscriptions.

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Unfortunately, there are no completely free options for streaming the 2020 Emmys. In addition to the options listed above, you will be able to stream the virtual function On And on the ABC app for mobile devices such as Roku and Apple TV, and streaming TV boxes. But you will need a valid TV provider login to access that livestream.

Instead of going hostless, as the show did last year, Jimmy Kimmel would host the virtual Emmys ceremony, a role he had previously held in 2012 and 2016.

ABC News Live will air a 90-minute virtual pre-show “Countdown to the Emmys” beginning at 3:30 pm with celebrity interviews from the PT home.

This year’s Emmys will not have a one-man red carpet, of course, but E! The news is still airing their “Red Carpet Countdown” featuring 1:30 to 3:00 pm PT, E! Style Correspondent Brad Gorski, “Nightly Pop” Kohinoor Nina Parker and actress and Emmy winner Laverne Cox. After E, “Live from the Red Carpet” will run from 3pm to 5pm PT, and will be hosted by Juliana Rancic and actress Viva A Fox.

Read also: How e! When there is no red carpet, Emmys will go from ‘Live to Red Carpet’

I! News general manager Jane Neal told TheWrap earlier this week that the network’s Emmis coverage would include a new, socially distorted set and interviews with celebrities via video chat. Neil says predictions for key categories such as anticipating upcoming pre-show elements and interviews about upcoming projects feel “more comfortable” than a traditional red carpet, with only a laxity.

People & Entertainment Weekly will also feature “Red Carpet Live: At Home”. Organized by Jeremy Parsons and Makho Nadlov and streaming on People TV, and KTLA5 will air “The Countdown to Emmet” from 2 pm-5pm PT hosted by Sam Rubin, Jessica Holmes, Doug Cole and Megan Henderson.

See the list of nominees for the Primetime Emmys here, and the winner of the fifth and final installment of the Creative Arts Emmys from Saturday night.

Tune in to the 72nd Emmy Awards on Sunday, 19 at 5 pm PT / 8 pm ET on ABC.

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