Primetime Emmy Awards 2019 Live

Primetime Emmy Awards 2019 Live : Stream, The 71st Annual Primetime Emmy Awards TV Series – Check out the latest news, scheduling and . Catch the 2019 Emmys on SUN SEP 22nd only on FOX! It’s almost time for the 71st Primetime Emmy Awards! Television’s biggest night kicks off live from the Microsoft Theater at L.A.

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==Awards INFO==
71st Primetime Emmy Awards
Date: Saturday, 22 September
Start Time: Today
Live/Repeat: Live

In the era of Peak TV, there’s never any sense of truly being “caught up” on the massive amounts of TV series out there. That said, there’s an obvious batch of televised programming (both on cable and via a multitude of streaming services) that stand heads above the rest. That’s why we need an Emmys; proper recognition should be given to those exceling in the craft. Now that you should be mostly caught up on 10 of the best from this year’s nominations, it’s time to get your predictions for the 71st Primetime Emmy Awards together before the show begins on Sunday, September 22, 2019.

We’ve assembled our looks at the 15 top categories, honoring brilliant performances and productions of the many actors, actresses, and series that have consumed us for the last year. You’ll definitely see shows like HBO’s Barry, Game of Thrones, and Veep mixed in with some dope Netflix series (When They See Us) and Amazon Prime (The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel), with our look at who should win, who will win, and our dark horse picks. Check out our picks, and be ready to either shower us with praise or, at the very least, stay informed before heading into any Emmys watch parties you have going on this Sunday.

 

Like most Hollywood award shows the Emmys has the tendency to play out more like a line at your local deli rather than an actual night of recognizing the best and brightest. This first come first serve fuckshit is exactly what’s spelled Bob Odenkirk’s doom at the hands of those less deserving since Better Call Saul first premiered back in 2015. Now I know what you’re thinking – “Don’t multiple nominations put him towards the front of said line?” Absolutely, but that’s not why 2019 should be his year. The character of Jimmy McGill has continued to evolve at the hands of one of the greatest writers in the game, Vince Gilligan, and Odenkirk’s performances have always kept pace. This past season, Odenkirk brought something extra though. With the full transformation of McGill into the long-awaited Saul Goodman, every episode was blessed and made better by him raising the bar on a character we already knew and loved. I mean, that breakdown in the parking lot of HHM should be enough to cinch a gold angel… But if it’s not, tally up the fuckshit and give the man his damn W already.

The one thing more powerful than the people who vote for the Emmys is the people who watch them, Aka the fans of the shows and performers up for a statue. Few shows have a bigger fanbase than This is Us, and season three irrefutably belonged to Sterling K. Brown and his ever-evolving performance of Randall Pearson. Plagued by mental health issues, work drama, and a new splash of trouble in his once impossibly perfect marriage, Brown runs the gamut of emotions week to week without missing a step. Even when the material dangles on the edge of cheesy, as all family-sitcoms have the tendency to do, Brown’s ability to find the genuine counterbalance is often enough to bring anyone watching to tears. That’s called empathy. That’s called connection. That’s called viewership. And as award shows continue to struggle to find an audience in the coming years of cut cable cords, you can expect popularity’s vote to carry more weight. Just be thankful this year the popular vote happens to be for someone deserving.