The 75th annual Primetime Emmys are nearly here, with Succession, The Last of Us, The White Lotus and Ted Lasso all up for some of the biggest awards of the night.
Here’s everything you need to know about the 2024 Emmys, including when it’s happening, who’s been nominated, and how to watch it live from anywhere in the world.
When will the 2024 Emmys air?
The 2024 Emmys will take place tonight, Monday 15 January 2024. The ceremony will be held at the Peacock Theater in Los Angeles, and will kick off at the following times in America:
8pm ET – East Coast US
5pm PT – West Coast US
Usually the ceremony lasts for around three hours in total, and there will be red carpet coverage leading up to the event.
UK viewers will have to wait until the day after to watch the ceremony in full, which will take place on Tuesday 16 January 2024 at 9pm GMT.
How to watch the Emmys in the US
If you’re in the US and have cable TV, watching along live is pretty easy: just tune into Fox when the show is on. American viewers who don’t have cable can stream via Hulu Plus Live TV, Sling TV, Fubo TV and YouTube TV.
How to watch the Emmys in the UK
UK viewers can catch the action on Tuesday on either Sky Max or Sky Showcase. Typically you can stream Sky content without a subscription via Now’s Entertainment Membership, but there is no confirmation on whether this streaming service will air the ceremony.
How to watch the Emmys red carpet in the US and UK
The easiest way to catch all the show-stopping arrivals to the Emmys is to watch EW’s red carpet stream, which is free to stream on YouTube. We’ve embedded this down below – coverage starts from 6pm ET/3pm PT/11pm GMT.
This stream should be accessible to anyone around the world, but if for some reason it is geo-blocked, you should be able to watch it via a VPN. This re-routes your IP address so you can browse as if you’re from another part of the world – in the case, you’ll probably need a US server.
For the best plans and pricing, we recommend NordVPN, but you can check out further options in our list of the best VPNs.
If you’re in the US and have cable, then you can also catch all the action over on E! from 6pm ET.