The Emmys are back and can be watched online Sunday night in the US or Monday morning in India. Technically, they returned last week as the Creative Arts Emmys – where all technical categories and some acting awards were handed out – but the main event takes place on Sunday. The winners of the remaining 27 main categories, from Emmy for Best Drama Series to Best Leading Actors, will be announced in Los Angeles. Apple’s heartwarming comedy Ted lasso has the most nominations on the night at 13, with dramatic heavyweights The Crown and The Handmaid’s Tale following close at 11. Among networks, it’s a close fight, with Netflix (29) just ahead of HBO (28) so it will be interesting to see who wins the 2021 Emmys.
Here’s how you can watch the 73rd Primetime Emmy Awards – as they’re officially called – online. Here’s the full list of 2021 Emmy nominations for your reading.
Date and time of the 2021 Emmy Awards
In India, the 2021 Emmys will take place live on Monday, September 20 starting at 5:30 a.m. IST.
That translates to their Sunday, Sept. 19 airing in the US, starting at 5 p.m. ET / 8 p.m. ET, on TBEN.
How to watch the 2021 Emmy Awards in India
The 2021 Emmys will air exclusively on Lionsgate Play in India. Disney + Hotstar was broadcasting the Emmys, but it dropped the license last year.
Lionsgate Play is not free, so you will need to register to watch the rewards. A subscription to Lionsgate Play costs Rs. 99 per month or Rs. 699 per year, after a two week free trial.
The streaming service offers apps for all major platforms including Android, iOS, Android TV, Apple TV, and Fire TV. You can also subscribe through JioTV + or Apple TV channels.
Lionsgate Play also supports Chromecast. It is also available at lionsgateplay.com.
Host of the 2021 Emmy Awards
Cedric the Entertainer – yes, that’s really his stage name – is the host of the 2021 Emmy Awards. He will be presenting the Emmys in an outdoor setting, given that the venue this year is the Event Deck at LA Live in Los Angeles. Angeles. This is all due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, which is also affecting red carpet arrivals. Unlike past years, the red carpet will be very small.