The 2023 Emmy Awards have officially been postponed due to the ongoing writer and actor strikes.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, the original air date of September 18 is “no longer in consideration,” per an Emmy source. However, a new broadcast date has yet to be determined. The Television Academy and Fox, who is airing the ceremony, are currently in talks about a new date.
The Hollywood Reporter notes the last time the Emmy Awards were postponed was shortly after the 9/11 terrorist attacks. At that time, the ceremony was rescheduled for November 2001.
Despite the postponement of the Emmy Awards this year, voting for the awards will continue. The voting window for Television Academy voters opens on August 17.
'Succession,' 'Last Of Us' Lead Emmy Awards Nominations
The 75th Emmy Awards will be held on Monday, September 18 from the Peacock Theater at L.A. LIVE at 8pm ET on FOX. The Emmys recognize the best in American primetime programming airing between June 1, 2021 and May 31, 2022.
Succession holds this year’s top spot with 27 Emmy nominations, followed by The Last of Us with 24, The White Lotus with 23, and Ted Lasso with 21. There were 38 first-time performer nominees across all performer categories this season. This includes Jessica Chastain (George & Tammy), Elizabeth Debicki (The Crown), Taron Egerton (Black Bird), Riley Keough (Daisy Jones & The Six), James Marsden (Jury Duty), Jenna Ortega (Wednesday), Pedro Pascal (The Last of Us, Saturday Night Live, and Patagonia: Life on the Edge of the World), Aubrey Plaza (The White Lotus), Daniel Radcliffe (Weird: The Al Yankovic Story), Bella Ramsey (The Last of Us), Alan Ruck (Succession), Jason Segel (Shrinking), Jeremy Allen White (The Bear) and Steven Yeun (BEEF).
Pedro Pascal isn’t the only one with multiple nominations this year. There’s also Murray Bartlett (The Last Of Us and Welcome To Chippendales), Alex Borstein (The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel and Family Guy), Quinta Brunson (Abbott Elementary and SNL), Bill Hader (performance, directing and writing for Barry), Sharon Horgan (performance and writing for Bad Sisters), Melanie Lynskey (Yellowjackets and The Last of Us), Jason Sudeikis (performance and writing for Ted Lasso), and Ali Wong (BEEF and Tuca & Bertie).
With this impressive roster, the Emmys will be one you will not want to miss! See below the nominations for this year’s Emmy’s: