LIVE BLOG: 66th Primetime Emmy Awards

Emmy Awards: Live Red Carpet, Backstage

Follow Variety’s award-winning staff for full coverage, including red carpet photos, winners and behind-the-scenes access, from the 66th Primetime Emmy Awards. Hosted by Seth Meyers, the Emmys kick off at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT on NBC.

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  1. Stop this Anachronism !!! says:

    It is difficult to care about the Emmys at all. With all the things going on in the world today, why is it important to watch self indulgent entertainers toot their own horns and congratulate themselves? My television will not be on this evening, and I wish all the money and effort going into this empty celebration could be donated to charity or veterans or school districts,or college funds,or earthquake victims or hospitals or the homeless or the elderly, who are in need……anything or anybody worthwhile! Make the dress code casual, have boxed lunches and get real. Hollywood is for dreamers and perpetuators of fairytales. The world has NO time for such ridiculousness!

    • m. pavlik says:

      You are completely spot on in yyour remark. These are the same people sho talk about all of the “causes” and that the poor should be given more instea of the motivation to work. But these entertainers pat themselves on the back while ensconced in priceless dresses and jewels instead of using the money to help and start new organizations whcich offer jobs or job training or financial planning…ludicrous display..never watch.

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