Emmy Awards – Succession and Wednesday stars prepare for strike-delayed ceremony

Television stars are preparing for the Emmy Awards, which will be held four months late due to the Hollywood strikes.

Nominations were announced in July and the ceremony was originally scheduled for September, but strikes by writers and actors meant that very few nominees would have been able to attend.

The event will finally continue on Monday, with Succession, The Last of Us and The White Lotus among the nominees.

The ceremony will be hosted by actor and comedian Anthony Anderson.


And industry rumors suggest that this year’s Emmys could include a tribute to Matthew Perry from his five Friends co-stars, although nothing has been confirmed.

Perry died in October at the age of 54, which a coroner later said was an accident caused by the “acute effects of ketamine.”

There are so many categories in the Emmy Awards that many awards have already been given out at an event called the Creative Arts Emmys, which itself was divided into two nights.

This year’s Creative Arts Emmys event took place earlier this month and included categories for unscripted shows, guest actors, and technical achievements such as sound, hair, costumes, casting, and visual effects.

The Last of Us was the big winner at the Creative Arts Emmys, taking home eight awards, followed by the documentary Welcome To Wrexham, which won five.

Monday’s main event will recognize the highest-profile categories, including the best drama and comedy shows overall and the best actors in them.

The forced delay means that many of the recognized programs will seem a little old to the public: the ceremony covers series that aired between June 1, 2022 and May 31, 2023.

For example, even though the sixth and final series of The Crown premiered late last year, it is the fifth series to be nominated for an Emmy.