How and where to watch the award show online

Posted September 18, 2017

Birnbaum said that with such an open field this year nearly no award would surprise her.

The 69th Primetime Emmy Award ceremony will be aired live at 8 pm ET/ 5 pm ET (September 17) on CBS.

In the Best Actor and Actress categories for drama, the experts at Time are going with Sterling K. Brown to take home the top prize for his performance in This Is Us. Stephen Colbert will be hosting the event tonight, and Westworld and SNL lead the pack with the most nominations of the night, with 22 each.

But since we also deeply sympathize with being broke AF in addition to needing to watch every award show ever, we've also got some tips for you if you don't have a TV, or a TV that plugs into anything other than a hand-me-down VHS player. The recurring series in the list is Better Call Saul and House of Cards. With 18 nominations, this new Netflix series also won four awards at the Creative Arts Emmy Awards at the weekend, a separate ceremony for secondary and technical categories.

Who will win an Emmy this year? Meanwhile, Donald Glover from Atlanta is favored to win for his much-acclaimed role.

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This year's Emmy Awards will be broadcast live from the Microsoft Theater here.

If you'd rather watch the awards on your phone or tablet, you can download the CBS app on iTunes or Google Play, but you also must sign in with your TV provider.

The most-watched nominee, according to the survey, is "Modern Family", which had been seen by 56 per cent of respondents.

PEOPLE Now's Jeremy Parsons and Andrea Boehlke will host the PEOPLE and Entertainment Weekly Red Carpet Live pre-show from our NY studios while PEOPLE deputy editor JD Heyman and the host of Entertainment Weekly: The Show, Lola Ogunnaike, will report directly from the Emmys red carpet in Los Angeles.

Netflix, HBO, FX and Hulu each have at least one nominated show that half of - or more than half of - Americans have never heard of. If you're already a Sling user, you'll of course be able to watch the Emmys on CBS through that service; and if not, just like CBS All Access, you can sign up for a seven-day free trial.