It will be held Sunday, September 17, at the Microsoft Theatre in Los Angeles and will be broadcast live nationwide on CBS.
But for those who don't own a television or want to watch online, there are plenty of options to view television's biggest night. Tonight, Stephen Colbert will take to the Emmys stage to host the 69th Annual Emmy Awards live on CBS which aim to honor the hard work and dedication by the stars, producers, writers and various individuals responsible for making our favorite shows must-see! While there are a few hours to go, we are here to guide you how to watch the Emmys live on television or online. CBS All Access subscribers looking to watch the Emmys online can do so via their computers or mobile devices or via Apple TV, Google Chromecast, Amazon Fire and Roku among many other devices.
With the Emmys airing on CBS, this year's Emmys ceremony will be available for streaming via CBS All Access which is available via several incredible and popular platforms! Another option is to watch for free via fuboTV.
The Television Academy will air Backstage Live! on the big day via their Facebook Page and the livestream will include moments with fans as well as Emmy winners. Politics promise to run through Sunday's ceremony in Los Angeles, starting with host Stephen Colbert, whose relentless attacks on Trump have brought a surge of viewers to "The Late Show". Two-time Emmy champ "Game of Thrones" is out of the running this year because of a later broadcast date for its seventh season.