Emmy Awards 2020
Emmy Awards 2020

Emmy Awards 2020

The 72nd Emmy Awards 2020 will be the biggest award show of the year. The Television Academy has made this year more interesting and filled a lot of events and shows. Nicole Byer hosted Creative Arts Emmys which continued for nights and leads the Sunday’s prime time ceremony which will be hosted be Jimmy Kimmel. The show will be broadcasted live from L.A’s Staples Centre.

The Creative Arts Emmys will be stream from Monday to Thursday night on Emmys.com. The final live ceremony will be on your screens on Saturday, 19 September, at 8 P.M on FXX channel. The schedule of the show is as Scrfollows:

  • Sept. 14, Monday: Reality and Non-Fiction
  • Sept. 15, Tuesday: Variety
  • Sept. 16, Wednesday: Scripted Night One
  • Sept.17, Thursday: Scripted Night Two
  • Sept. 18, Saturday: An eclectic mix of awards for all genres

How and where to watch The Emmy Awards 2020

On Night 1, HBO’s documentary The Apollo won Non-Fiction special or Outstanding Documentary, but Netflix chooses five winners including the Outstanding Structured Reality Program and others. Emmy Nominee Byer and other hosts will host all the five nights in the Creative Arts Cycle and it will run on the screen on Thursday with other digital ceremonies which were Emmy’s fist show. A 90 minutes ceremony will be held live on Saturday night on FXX.

Nominations

The nominations of the award were announced on 28 July, by Leslie Jones, Josh Gar, Tatiana Maslany, and Laverne Cox.

Night 2 winners outstanding variety special (Live)

NBC’s Saturday Night Live won its fourth consecutive Emmy for Outstanding Variety Sketch Series and SNL‘s Don Roy King won his fourth consecutive Emmy for Directing for a Variety Series. Apple TV+’s Carpool Karaoke: The Series also won its fourth consecutive Emmy for Short Form Variety Series.

Outstanding variety sketch series

Live In Front Of A Studio Audience: “All In The Family” And “Good Times”

ABC – Sony Pictures Television, Act III Productions, Kimmelot, D’Arconville, Gary Sanchez Productions, Simpson Street

Outstanding technical direction, camerawork, video control for a series

Saturday Night Live

NBC – SNL Studios in association with Universal Television and Broadway Video

The Oscars

ABC – The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences
Jason Sherwood, Production Designer
Alana Billingsley, Art Director

Outstanding production design for a variety, reality or competition series

Saturday Night Live

Host: Eddie Murphy – Host: John Mulaney
NBC – SNL Studios in association with Universal Television and Broadway Video

  • Eugene Lee, Production Designer
  • Akira Yoshimura, Production Designer
  • Keith Ian Raywood, Production Designer
  • Joseph DeTullio, Production Designer

Outstanding technical direction, camerawork, video control for a special

Last Week Tonight With John Oliver • Episode 629

HBO – HBO Entertainment in association with Sixteen String Jack Productions and Avalon Television

  • Dave Saretsky, Technical Director
  • Augie Yuson, Video Control
  • Dante Pagano, Camera
  • John Harrison, Camera
  • Rob Bolton, Camera (Jib)
  • Tim Quigley, Camera
  • Phil Salento, Camera
  • Rich Freedman, Camera (Jib)
  • Joe Debonis, Camera (Steadi)
  • Michael Hauer, Steadicam
  • Lucan Owen, B Cam
  • Scotty Buckler, C Cam
  • Russell Swanson, Camera

Live In Front Of A Studio Audience: “All In The Family” And “Good Times”

ABC – Sony Pictures Television, Act III Productions, Kimmelot, D’Arconville, Gary Sanchez Productions, Simpson Street

  • Eric Becker, Technical Director
  • Kevin Faust, Video Control
  • Ron Hirshman, Camera
  • Ed Horton, Camera
  • Helena Jackson, Camera
  • Jon Purdy, Camera
  • Jimmy Velarde, Camera
  • Allen Merriweather, Camera
  • Greg Grouwinkel, Camera
  • Randy Gomez Sr., Camera
  • Andrew Ansnick, Camera

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