The 75th Primetime Emmy Awards have been officially postponed due to the strike. This is the new date.
The rumor came true and the 75th award ceremony of the Emmy Awards It was officially postponed until January 15, as reported by the Television Academy and the Fox transmission chain, this given the strike of actors and writers in Hollywood and that has exceeded 100 days of labor dispute with the studios.
The ceremony of the Emmy of this year, which rewards the best of television, was scheduled for September 18. Just a few weeks ago the nominees had been announced.
However, during July, Hollywood actors joined film and television writers who have been on strike since May to negotiate better working conditions with the studios, a situation that is currently at an impasse with none of the sides advancing negotiations in a move not seen since the 1960s, when writers and actors last came together in a labor movement.
This situation has stopped the productions and scripts of films and television series.
The rumor of the possible delay of the Emmy Awards had emerged a few weeks ago. HBO drama “Succession,” the story of one family’s ruthless fight for control of a media empire, leads TV Emmy nominations alongside HBO’s “The Last of Us,” an adaptation of dystopian video game
Others vying for the best drama award include HBO’s “Game of Thrones” prequel “House of the Dragon,” the vacation-gone-wrong story “The White Lotus” and the Star Wars series “Andor.” Previous nominees “Better Call Saul,” “Yellowjackets,” and “The Crown” are also in the mix.
The Emmy Awards will be broadcast live on Fox from the Peacock Theater at LA Live on January 15. The Creative Arts Emmys, a class of awards that recognize technical and other achievements, will take place on January 6 and 7.