emmy awards 2021

Cedric the Entertainer, star and executive producer of the CBS hit comedy The Neighborhood, marks his first time as master of ceremonies for the 73rd Emmy Awards.

Photo: Cliff Lipson/CBS 2021.

By Nate Millado

Hazmat-suited messengers had to deliver last year's Emmys to winners at home—or at small, socially distant soirees—amid COVID-19 lockdown. Rejoice: This year, the stars (and a live audience) are coming back for the 2021 Emmy Awards! Get ready for TV's biggest night with our ultimate cheat sheet to the three-hour telecast.

The 73rd Emmy Awards airs Sunday, Sept. 19, (8-11 p.m. ET/5-8 p.m. PT live) on CBS and Paramount+.

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Emmy winner Bryan Cranston stars in Your Honor.

Photo credit: Andreas Laszlo Konrath/Trunk Archive

By Nate Millado

If ever there was a time we needed television, it was the last year and a half—and CBS Studios gave us stories that made us laugh, cry, and everything in between. With Primetime Emmy nominations just weeks away (July 13), we want to show some love to a few shows and artists that delivered award-worthy entertainment—and escapism.

READ MORE: Flip Through the Gorgeous Watch For Your Consideration Issue Now!

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