The biggest night in TV has arrived! All the biggest stars from your favorite shows are flocking to the Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles on Sept. 22 for the Emmys. It obviously all starts with a star-studded red carpet at 6 p.m. ET, and you can watch all the action below!
After a summer full of fun awards shows (gosh, remember the VMAs?), it’s time for the heavy-hitters. The 2013 Emmy Awards take center stage on Sept. 22, honoring all of TV’s best shows and stars. Hosted by the veteran Neil Patrick Harris, this year’s Emmys will be just as entertaining and debate-inspiring as always.
2013 Emmy Awards Live Stream — Watch The Show Online
For all you TV fans, welcome to heaven. The 65th annual Emmy Awards will be putting all the best shows in spotlight — Glee, Breaking Bad, Game of Thrones, and Downton Abbey are all heading into the show with multiple nominations, and it should be interesting to see who comes out on top this year.
There are just so many questions we need answering! Will this be the year that Jon Hamm is finally honored for his work on Mad Men? Will Claire Danes make her crying face if she wins again for Homeland? Will Neil Patrick Harris make fun of Miley Cyrus? We need to know!
Cory Monteith To Be Remembered At 2013 Emmy Awards
The 2013 Emmys will also be a night where we can properly remember and honor some of our favorite fallen stars. A light will definitely be shone on iconic actors like James Gandolfini and Jean Stapleton, but the awards show will also take special care with Cory Monteith’s tragic July death by putting on a special tribute.
Outside of the usual “In Memoriam” segment, a touching homage with music is being planned. “We felt [Cory] needed to be represented, that at 31, he passed away under very tragic circumstances,” Emmys producer Ken Ehrlich told E! News, explaining Cory’s special tribute.
It will definitely be a night to remember. You can catch the show on CBS at 8 p.m. ET, but don’t miss all the action LIVE from the red carpet below starting at 5:55 p.m. ET/2:55 p.m. PT.
— Andrew Gruttadaro