The Television Academy has announced its last batch of presenters for the Primetime Emmy Awards and the list includes Emmy nominees and upcoming television stars.

Those who will be doing double duty as nominees and presenters are Adrien Brody, who is nominated for lead actor in a limited series or movie for History’s “Houdini”; Viola Davis, who is nominated for lead actress in a drama for “How To Get Away With Murder”; and Keegan-Michael Key, who is nominated for lead actor in a comedy for Comedy Central’s “Key & Peele.”

Key’s co-star Jordan Peele, as well as other past nominees, will also be presenting this year. They include Eric Stonestreet, Mel Brooks and Colin Hanks.

Hanks is starring in the upcoming CBS series “Life in Pieces.” Other presenters with new television shows are two-time Emmy nominee Fred Savage, who will be starring in Fox’s “The Grinder,” “and Zachary Levi from NBC’s “Heroes Reborn.” Ben McKenzie, who stars in Fox’s “Gotham,” will also present an award.

Winners of last week’s Creative Arts Emmys will also take the stage to present, including Bradley Whitford, Margo Martindale, Joan Cusack and Reg E. Cathey.

The group joins previously announced presenters Amy Schumer, “Empire” duo Taraji P. Henson and Terrence Howard, Anthony Anderson, James Corden, Jamie Lee Curtis, Tina Fey, Will Forte, Lady Gaga, Ricky Gervais, Maggie Gyllenhaal, Marcia Gay Harden, Lena Headey, LL COOL J, Mindy Kaling, Jimmy Kimmel, Rob Lowe, Jane Lynch, Seth Meyers, John Oliver, Amy Poehler, Emma Roberts, Gina Rodriguez, Tracee Ellis Ross, Liev Schreiber, John Stamos and Kerry Washington.

The ceremony is produced by Don Mischer Productions.

Andy Samberg will host the 67th Emmy Awards, which airs Sept. 20 live on Fox from Los Angeles’ Microsoft Theater.