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Sunday, September 18, 2016

68th Emmy Awards Primetime TV - How To Watch Emmy Awards 2016 : Will Game Of Thrones Will Again?

The Emmy Awards for primetime television is here again and the highly anticipated awards ceremony for television will happen on September 18, 2016 at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles, California USA and is hosted by Jimmy Kimmel. The 68th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards will honor the best in U.S. prime time television programming from June 1, 2015 until May 31, 2016, as chosen by the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. It was preceded by the 68th Primetime Creative Arts Emmy Awards, which took place over two nights, September 10 and 11, at the Microsoft Theater. The nominations were announced by Anthony Anderson and Lauren Graham on July 14, 2016 were the limited series The People v. O. J. Simpson: American Crime Story is the most nominated program at the ceremony with 13, and 22 overall while Game of Thrones received the most overall nominations that year with 23 and is the most nominated drama series. So who will be the winners for tonight's ceremony? Will HBO's Game of Thrones win again? Though the Emmys are usually numbingly predictable, two categories seem very much up for grabs, and they are big ones: best actor and best actress in a drama. Will Viola Davis repeat her victory last year for “How to Get Away With Murder,” when she became the first African-American woman to win in that category — or, with politics in the air, will Ms. Wright’s portrayal of the vice presidential candidate Claire Underwood result in her first prime-time Emmy? Awards pundits say the Golden Globe-winning show, beloved by critics despite an audience of only about one million, could also cause an upset in the drama series race where it is competing against HBO’s medieval fantasy “Game of Thrones,” which dominates with 23 nominations. And tonight their reign may stretch even further. The show only trails "Frasier" and "Saturday Night Live" in overall wins. The Seattle-set sitcom earned 37 Emmys during its run, and "SNL" has racked up 44 wins so far in its 41 seasons and has a couple of chances to add to its collection tonight as well. Will it be O.J Simpson or Mr. Robot or Game of Thrones in the end.

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