Previous Emmy winners Allison Janney, Debra Messing, and Andy Samberg are among the latest presenters announced for the upcoming Emmy Awards. The Aug. 25 ceremony, hosted by comedian and talk show host Seth Meyers, airs live on NBC.
Messing is a six-time past nominee with a victory in 2003 for “Will and Grace.” She stars on the upcoming NBC program “The Mysteries of Laura.”
Samberg currently stars and produces the Fox comedy “Brooklyn Nine-Nine.” He won an Emmy for penning the tune “Dick in a Box,” which he crooned with Justin Timberlake on “Saturday Night Live” in 2007.
Don Mischer, executive producer of this year’s Emmy Awards, also announced seven other presenters on Thursday. Others will be unveiled over the next few days leading up to the ceremony.
Two-time Oscar nominee Viola Davis stars in the upcoming ABC series “How to Get Away with Murder.”
Octavia Spencer is an Oscar champ from the 2011 film “The Help” who headlines the upcoming Fox series “Red Band Society.”
Previously announced as presenters for the Emmys are Halle Berry, Bryan Cranston, Zooey Deschanel, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Woody Harrelson, Adam Levine, Matthew McConaughey, Julianna Margulies, Jim Parsons, Amy Poehler, Julia Roberts, Gwen Stefani, and Kerry Washington.