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    I thought I would create a thread to post news about the upcoming ceremonies as it’s still a little early for decidated Primetime and Creative Arts threads (with things like who will be presenting).

    1. Because of COVID-19 concerns, no more than four persons per nomination will be allowed to attend. However, it does not say that the attending actors / writers / directors for the show that wins, say, Comedy Series won’t be allowed onstage along with the four producers. Also, the ceremonies will be held at “the Event Deck at L.A. LIVE” located next to the Microsoft Theater rather than in the theater itself.

    2. The Governors Award, to be given to Debbie Allen, will be part of the main CBS broadcast.

    3. There will (apparently) be no live streaming of the Creative Arts ceremony this year, which will be on September 11 & 12, although in three parts (Saturday evening, Sunday afternoon, and Sunday evening). There will be the usual two-hour “highlights” show on FX on September 18.
    Click Here for the list of categories in each part. Note that the categories are in alphabetical order, and not in order of presentation.

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    3. There will (apparently) be no live streaming of the Creative Arts ceremony this year, which will be on September 11 & 12, although in three parts (Saturday evening, Sunday afternoon, and Sunday evening). There will be the usual two-hour “highlights” show on FX on September 18.
    Click Here for the list of categories in each part. Note that the categories are in alphabetical order, and not in order of presentation.

    Hun what is this, this is not it
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    Emmy winner Matthew Macfadyen!!

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    Not live-streaming the Creative Arts ones is not the move

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    From HR:

    Amid rising concerns over the Delta variant and a surge in COVID-19 cases in Los Angeles County, Creative Arts and Primetime Emmy attendees will be required to test negative for COVID-19 in addition to showing proof of vaccination for this year’s award shows.

    “An added requirement for attendees has been issued: In addition to proof of full vaccination with either an FDA- or WHO-authorized vaccine, attendees at all four shows will be required to provide proof of a negative RT-PCR COVID test prior to admission to all Emmy ceremonies,” the TV academy shared in a statement.

    Still to be determined are whether attendees will be required to wear masks. L.A. county currently requires the use of masks inside commercial venues.

    The TV Academy also announced that two more categories have been added to the primetime telecast on CBS: Variety sketch series and variety special (live).

    The Creative Arts and Primetime Emmy ceremonies will be held on the Event Deck at L.A. Live, directly behind the Microsoft Theater. Though the event is outside, the show will take place within a fully air-conditioned tent.

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