Television’s big night is finally here. Last summer, one day after the 75th Emmy Award nominations were announced, the Screen Actors Guild voted to strike, postponing the ceremony to January.
Both the Golden Globes and last night’s Critics Choice Awards mix the worlds of film and television, but the Emmy Awards gives the small screen its due. The host Anthony Anderson has been nominated seven times for his work in the ABC comedy “Black-ish,” and to mark the Emmys 75th anniversary, there are expected to be several cast reunions, including those from “Grey’s Anatomy” and “The Sopranos,” which debuted 25 years ago this month.
Cut to today: Will “Succession” follow its big wins from the Globes tonight? Will “Beef” do the same? But for now, one of the best things about the back-to-back awards shows is seeing what the celebrities are bringing to the red carpet.
Minju Pak, Melissa Guerrero, Louis Lucero II and Katie Van Syckle contributed reporting.