[WATCH] Emmys 2016: 19 red carpet interviews from Sunday’s ceremony

Gold Derby was on the red carpet before Sunday’s Emmy Awards ceremony interviewing many of this year’s nominated stars and showrunners. The event took place outside the Microsoft Theater in downtown Los Angeles before the inside show hosted by Jimmy Kimmel on ABC.

Complete list of 2016 Emmy Awards winners and nominees

Watch our 19 video chats by clicking each name below:

Scott Alexander and Larry Karaszewski, executive producers of Best Limited Series winner “The People v. O.J. Simpson”

Mahershala Ali, nominee as Best Drama Guest Actor for “House of Cards.”

Jayne Atkinson and Michel Gill, cast members of Best Drama Series nominee “House of Cards.”

Mark Burnett, winning producer of Best Reality-Competition Program “The Voice” and Best Structured Reality Program “Shark Tank.”

Anna Chlumsky, nominee as Best Comedy Supporting Actress for “Veep.”

Noah Hawley and Warren Littlefield, executive producers of Best Limited Series nominee “Fargo.”

Gaby Hoffmann, nominee as Best Comedy Supporting Actress for “Transparent.”

Sharon Horgan and Rob Delaney, nominees as Best Comedy Writing for “Catastrophe.”

Connor Jessup, cast member of Best Limited Series nominee “American Crime.”

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Thomas Kail, winner as Best Variety Special Directing for “Grease: Live.”

Carol Kane, cast member of Best Comedy Series nominee “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt.”

Ellie Kemper, nominee as Best Comedy Actress for “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt.”

Judith Light, nominee as Best Comedy Supporting Actress for “Transparent.”

Marti Noxon, nominee as Best Drama Writing for “UnReal.”

Sarah Paulson, winner as Best Movie/Mini Actress for “The People v. O.J. Simpson” and nominee for “American Horror Story: Hotel.”

Rhea Seehorn and Michael Mando, cast members of Best Drama Series nominee “Better Call Saul.”

Jean Smart, nominee as Best Movie/Mini Supporting Actress for “Fargo.”

Joe Weisberg and Joel Fields, executive producers of Best Drama Series nominee “The Americans”

Henry Winkler, presenter of the memoriam tribute to “Happy Days” creator Garry Marshall

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